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The Cathedral Arts Programme

The Cathedral Arts Programme presents a programme of artistic endeavours at St. Paul's Cathedral that will be run alongside, but separate from, the liturgical music programme of the cathedral.

Three projects in particular are currently established under the CAP  banner:

The Schola Sancti Pauli, a mixed voice, semi-professional chamber choir which usually performs in Holy Week, at a mid-Summer concert and a concert to celebrate the Feast of Saint Cecilia (November 22nd) or the Patronal Feast (January 25th) each year. Proceeds of these and other performances will go to the Bishop’s Wellness in Africa project.

The annual Cloister Artists display takes place on the north and west lawns of St. Paul's Cathedral on Sunday afternoons during July and August each year. The cathedral is open for visitors and a tour is offered.

The regular Tuesday noon hour organ recital series, “London’s Tuesday Noon Hour Organ Recital Series”, continues throughout the year at 12:15pm each week. Details of performers may be found here.


Patrons of Cathedral Arts

In order to allow the maximum possible contribution to Wellness in Africa from the various Cathedral Arts Programme events, the Patrons of Cathedral Arts has been established to support the annual artistic programme.

For a contribution, which will be receipted for tax purposes, that will go to offset the expenses of the programme, Patrons will receive two tickets to each Schola concert and an invitation to each of the other events promoted by the Cathedral Arts Programme. Their name will also be listed in concert programme and other publicity material.

For more information about this project, please email AKeeganMackriell@stpaulscathedral.on.ca.

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