John Rutter's Requiem at St Paul's Cathedral
John Rutter's Requiem
Thursday 14 November 2019, 7.30pm (doors 6.30pm)
St Paul's Cathedral
Don’t miss John Rutter himself conduct an entire programme of his very own resplendent works – including his poignant Requiem – within the sublime surroundings of one of the world’s most celebrated landmarks: St Paul’s Cathedral.
RUTTER Cantate Domino
RUTTER The Lord is My Light and My Salvation
RUTTER Four Meditations for Orchestra
John Rutter Composer / Conductor
Mary Bevan Soprano
The Bach Choir
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Terms and Conditions
Please note that there are no refunds or exchanges, and that tickets will be sent closer to the time of the concert.
St Paul's Cathedral (St Paul's Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD).
The main West Front Entrance is accessed by twenty-four steps (with a handrail available both sides). The South Churchyard Entrance is step-free, and is the recommended access for entry for wheelchair users and people who cannot negotiate the steps.
Please note that all bags will be checked upon entering the Cathedral. To help keep these checks as swift as possible and to avoid long queues forming, please keep hand luggage to a minimum.
Please note that this concert will not include a full interval, but a short ‘pause’ (approximately 5 minutes) – just enough time for you to stand and stretch your legs. Concert end time: approx. 9pm.
The nearest toilet facilities will be the public toilets, which are located outside the Cathedral in Paternoster Square and which will be open before and after the concert.
Please note that there is no cloakroom facility.
Strictly no photography, filming or recording is permitted inside the Cathedral.