Salisbury Cathedral Choir
The renowned Salisbury Cathedral Choir has maintained a tradition of church music in Salisbury Cathedral since its consecration in 1258.
Just over twenty-five years ago, Salisbury was the first British cathedral to admit girls into their traditional men and boys choir. We look forward to welcoming the men, girls and boys of Salisbury Cathedral choir for this concert in Stanford Memorial Church, when their repertoire will include Allegri’s Miserere (a stunning piece, composed for the Sistine chapel) and some of Bach’s most magnificent choral works.
Co-sponsored by the Office for Religious Life, Stanford University Library, Stanford Arts, and Stanford Live.