Weekend residency at Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral is one of the country’s finest mediaeval cathedrals, its exquisite exterior matched by a glorious acoustic.

Exultate Singers returns to Salisbury on 2nd and 3rd January to sing services at the cathedral, including the first liturgical performance of the piece the choir commissioned from Roxanna Panufnik All Shall Be Well.


Saturday 2nd January 2010

Evensong at 5.30pm
Reponses: Leighton
Canticles: Collegium Regale Howells
Anthem: Ehre sei Dir Gott J.S. Bach
Voluntary: In dir ist Freude, BWV 615 J.S. Bach

Sunday 3rd January

Eucharist at 10.30am
Mass setting: Westminster Mass Roxanna Panufnik
Communion motet: The little road to Bethlehem Michael Head
Voluntary: Intermezzo from Symphonie no 6 Widor

Evensong at 3pm
Responses: Leighton
Magnificat: Buxtehude
Nunc dimittis: Dyson in D
Anthem: All Shall Be Well Roxanna Panufnik (with cellist Richard May) - first liturgical performance
Voluntary: Allegro from Symphonie no 6 Widor


Salisbury Cathedral

Forthcoming events

Saturday 13th February 2010 at 7.30pm

A Sense of the Divine - a concert of sensational choral music to excite the senses in St George's, Bristol including Tallis's remarkable 40-part motet, Spem in Alium.

How to find Salisbury Cathedral

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Salisbury Cathedral is situated in the centre of Salisbury. There are frequent train services to Salisbury from Bristol and London.

Park and Ride - Salisbury operates a Park and Ride service in 4 different locations. These are Wilton (A36), Beehive (A345, Amesbury), London Road (A30) and Britford (A338, Bournemouth). This offers an affordable and stress-free way of accessing the Cathedral and the city. For full details, please see the Park and Ride Guide.

Car parking: Please use city centre car parks - the closest is Old George Mall or Crane Street.

Click here for Salisbury maps.


Salisbury Cathedral