Join Ian Tracey, Cathedral Organist in our festival Evensong and 94th Anniversary Organ Recital
Part of our Organ Recital season.
Organ Recital Programme
|Minuee (Concierto VI Para dos Organos)
|Chaconne in d (BWV 1004)
|Fantaisie en La (Trois Pièces)
|Phantasie on 'Ein feste Burg' (first performance)
|Humoresque (Op.101 no.7)
|Allegro Giocoso (Sept Pièces)
Anniversary Evensong starts at 15:00. The anniversary recital immediately follows Choral Evensong, starting at 15:45 and finish at 17:00.
Book your place through Eventbrite
Important information about booking your tickets for the Anniversary Recital
- If you want to be seated next to other members of your ‘bubble’, you will need to book all your tickets in the same transaction.
- If you need help with accessibility please tell us on your booking form. The seating area in the Presbytery is not accessible-friendly.
- To accommodate appropriate physical distancing between you and other people, the seat you reserve on the booking plan may be different from your actual seat.
- We are not releasing seats in central aisle in either the Main Space or Presbytery block until we can be sure we can maintain appropriate physical distancing.
- You will need to book your ticket by 18:00 on 15 October 2020.
Like many other organisations in the city and beyond, we face an uncertain future. Liverpool Cathedral has lost nearly all of its income over recent months, so your donations are especially needed and welcome. You can donate when you book a ticket, or when you visit us. Please give as generously as you can.
What you need to do when you attend the Anniversary Recital
To keep everyone safe while they're with us, we've put in place a number of health and safety procedures. Please be patient, kind and responsible.
- Doors open at 13:45. You won’t be able to come into the Cathedral before.
- So everyone can enjoy the recital, please be seated by 14:50.
- The additional health and safety measures we’ve put in place means it may take you a little longer than usual to get to your seats. So please make sure you leave enough time.
- You may need to queue outside our building. Please make sure you’re prepared for the British weather!
- Before you are able to come into the Cathedral, we will check your booking and take your temperature. You will have to sanitise your hands on your way in.
- You’ll need to wear a face-covering at all times (unless you are medically exempt).
- Once you’re inside the building a member of our staff will take you to your seat.
- You’ll need to stay in your seat unless you need to use the toilet. Our toilet facilities are limited to make sure we can maintain physical distancing. We’ve had to change each toilet block into a single one person/family group toilet facility to make sure you are physically apart from other visitors. This does mean that you may have to queue.
- We will ask you to sanitise your hands before going into and on your way out of the toilet facilities to reduce the spread of coronavirus.