Holy Week concert

A concert of sumptuous unaccompanied choral music in the warm acoustic of St Monica’s, Westbury-on-Trym including Herbert Howells' Requiem and Josef Rheinberger's mass for double choir, Cantus Missa Opus 109 alongside music for Passiontide from across the centuries by Antonio Caldara, Thomas Tallis, Anton Bruckner and David Ogden's double choir arrangement of Were you there?


Wednesday 31st March at 7.45pm


St Augustine’s Chapel, St Monica’s Trust, Cote Lane, Westbury-on-Trym BS9 3UN


Herbert Howells (1892-1983) Requiem
Josef Rheinberger (1839-1901) Cantus Missa Opus 109
Anton Bruckner Christus factus est
Thomas Tallis Salvator mundi
Antonio Caldara Crucifixus
David Ogden Were you there?


All seats are unreserved

£12 adults
£10 concessions
£5 students in full time education
£2 under 18s

Friends of Exultate Singers

Friends of Exultate Singers receive a 25% discount.

How to book

• Book by phone with Providence Music shop until midday on 31st March on 0117 927 6536

• Or buy on the door (cash or cheques only)

Forthcoming concerts

Saturday 8th May 2010 - Mozart Mass in C minor go

Mozart's 'Great' Mass in C minor, performed by Exultate Singers with its professional ensemble, the Exultate Chamber Orchestra.

How to find St Monica's

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To find St Monica's from Clifton, head across the Downs on the A4018. Go straight over the White Tree roundabout (Henleaze to the right, Parry's Lane to the left). As the road bends round to the right, look out for the turning on the left into St Monica's and Badminton School. Take the left fork of the driveway, park in the car park and follow signs to the chapel.