Music

at St Anne's

St Anne’s has been a place of worship for over 114 years and still represents the best that Belfast has to offer in terms of worship, arts, music and hope.

Belfast Cathedral is the only cathedral in Northern Ireland to maintain a pattern of daily sung services. The cathedral choir, made up of boy and girl choristers and adult Lay Clerks and Choral Scholars, sings for seven services each week - Evensong Sunday to Friday, and the Eucharist on Sunday morning.

In addition to its liturgical duties, the choir gives concerts, broadcasts, makes recordings and tours in Northern Ireland and abroad.

Introducing

Our Choir

Our boy and girl choristers are drawn from schools all over Belfast, and come to the Cathedral between two and five times a week for rehearsals, services, singing lessons and music theory instruction.

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Cathedral Staff Members

Introducing some of the friendly faces you will see around the cathedral

Master of the Choristers David Stevens
Organist Emeritus Ian Barber
Head of Vocal Tuition Catherine Harper
Acting Assistant Organist Jack Wilson

13:00

Cathedral Prayers

Lunchtime prayers are an opportunity for quiet prayer and reflection at the heart of the day, and usually lasts no more than 10 minutes.

Service Listing

17:30

Choral Evensong

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17:30

Choral Evensong

Choral Evensong is a beautiful tradition during which the ‘song’ of voices sounding together in harmony is heard at the ‘even’ point between the active day and restful night, allowing listeners time for restful contemplation.

Service Listing
Belfast Cathedral - Whats On
Belfast Cathedral - Whats On
Belfast Cathedral - Whats On