Following three previously sold-out performances in support of St Barnabas Hospice, the world-famous Morriston Orpheus Choir is making its return to Lincoln Cathedral in March 2023.

As part of their 40th anniversary celebrations, the Choir will be performing a series of traditional and original songs.

The 80-strong Welsh Male Voice Choir was set up in 1935 when its membership mainly comprised of manual workers, most in the steel or allied industries, living in or near the town of Morriston in the lower Swansea Valley. Throughout the years, the Orpheus has grown to enjoy an international reputation as a leading exponent of male choral singing. It is in constant demand, performing around 25 engagements in the UK annually, as well as undertaking performances on television, and performing at national and promotional events.

Over the years, the Choir has performed for members of the Royal Family, as well as the Pope, and many other high-profile music lovers. In addition, the Choir undertakes performances on television and several of their albums have won prestigious awards, including the Music Retailers’ Award for Best Choral Record of the Year three times.

Tickets

Our nave will provide stage to the world-class Morriston Orpheus Choir on March 4th in this event that must not be missed – a must for music aficionados amongst us.

Tickets are tiered between £22 and £50. The Ruby tier at £50 involves exclusive access to a pre-event soiree in the Cathedral Cafe with an opportunity to meet some of the Choir members with a glass of fizz and canapes. This soiree will be from 6 till 7pm with entrance to the concert via the Cloisters.

Printed programmes are available to pre-purchase for just £5, and refreshments will be available to purchase on the night.

All profits from this event will go towards providing vital funds for hospice care across Lincolnshire.

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PLEASE NOTE: Your confirmation email will act as your ticket for the event. Please ensure you have a copy on hand on the night of 4th March when entering the venue.