Be a Christ Church Singer!
Christ Church Singers make a one time commitment to sing one Sunday service. Rehearsals are limited to the Wednesday evening prior and the one hour before the 10 a.m. service. The next opportunity to sing with the Christ Church Singers will be on Sunday, March 22. If interested, send Stephan Casurella your name, contact information and your voice part. Registrations to sing on March 22 are due by March 15.
Music is an integral part of who we are at Christ Church Cathedral. When we gather for worship, we sing together exuberantly as a congregation; our choirs offer a variety of superb literature from the Anglican cathedral tradition and beyond; and our organ gives voice to emotions ranging from exuberant praise to deep lament.
We also participate in the rich cultural life of Cincinnati, offering a series of organ recitals, weekly Music Live at Lunch performances and other concerts.
Other beloved traditions in our musical life include services of Choral Evensong, an annual performance of Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols, a Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols on the Sunday before Christmas and the popular Boar's Head & Yule Log Festival.
2014-15 Music Brochure Now Available
Our 2014-15 music brochure is now available for download. The brochure lists all our upcoming concerts, the performers, our partnerships and other related information, as well as the music for special worship services. If you would like a printed copy mailed to you, please contact Crystal Jones.
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Become a Friend of Music
Become a part of our great music tradition by becoming a Friend of Music at Christ Church Cathedral. Your donation will be dedicated to special concerts, commissioned works and other musical projects not supported by the cathedral's music operating budget. You may make your contribution on-line or mail a donation to the cathedral, attention Friends of Music. Please make checks payable to Christ Church Cathedral and write "Friends of Music" on the memo line. For more information, contact Stephan Casurella.