Bach, Franck, Langlais and Howells — St Paul’s Cathedral

Address:
, Ludgate Hill, The City, London 51.513805 -0.098393
Dates & Time:
6.30 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£12. Tickets must be bought on the door on the day. Seats cannot be reserved
See stpauls.co.uk for more information
Tel:
0207 246 8348
Taxis:
Book a minicab near St. Paul’s Cathedral
Buses:
4, 11, 15, 23, 25, 26, 100, 242
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Trains:
Blackfriars CRC DSC, Mansion House CRC DSC, St. Paul’s CNT
The closest station to St. Paul’s Cathedral is St Pauls
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Have you ever considered listening to some classical music inside St. Paul's Cathedral? It makes a nice change from all the usual venues like the Royal Albert Hall and Royal Festival Hall.

Today's performance will feature organist Simon Johnson, playing some works by JS Bach, César Franck, Herbert Howells and Jean Langlais.

Bach -- Prelude and Fugue in A minor
Franck -- Choral No 1 in E major
Howells -- Three Rhapsodies
Langlais -- La cinquieme trompette from Cinq Méditations sur l'Apocalypse, Fete

If listening to some music in the cathedral appeals to you then you might consider attending a choral Evensong service as well. Read Craig's review of the Evensong service to see how special it is.

 

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