National Heritage Open Days - Choirs at the Crypt Sat 17th September
The Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral presents
A free afternoon of music in the magnificent surroundings of the Lutyens Crypt. Come and enjoy a range of musical performances in the majestic setting of the Lutyen's Crypt. A wide range of music will be performed throughout the day from traditional to contemporary styles
To celebrate National Heritage Open Days, local choirs including the Cantata Choir, Sense of Sound Singers, Hope Street Harmonies, Mersey Harmony and the Liverpool Metropolitan Youth choir will join forces on Saturday 17th September to perform a series of free concerts in the Lutyens Crypt. Cantata Choir will be performing at 3:00 for 30-40 minutes.
Along with musical performances, enjoy free guided tours of the Crypt and Treasury between 10am - 3.30pm.
Entrance to the Lutyens Crypt will be via the Metropolitan Cathedral.
Booking is advised. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 709 9222 for more info.
The Cathedral’s original Crypt was designed by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens in the 1930’s, and formed part of his plans to build one of the biggest cathedrals in the world. Shortly after the Crypt’s completion however, the scheme was forced into abandonment and in its place was constructed the iconic Cathedral we know today. The Crypt is the only remaining part of the original design and following a multi-million pound restoration project it now houses a permanent exhibition, charting the building’s rich history and heritage. Entry on Concert-Diary