Symphony of Psalms
Bristol Choral Society sing the ever popular Requiem by Fauré. Not for Fauré the ‘shock and awe’ of a Mozart, Berlioz or Verdi Requiem. Refined over a decade, Fauré’s Mass for the dead sustains an abiding solace, concluding with the hope and reassurance of the beautiful In Paradisum.
Also in this concert, BCS explores profound spirituality of a different order, as glittering woodwind, brass, two pianos and harp feature strikingly in Stravinsky’s triptych ‘symphonizing the singing of Psalms’. His wartime Sonata for Two Pianos concludes the programme – a work shot through with a crystalline neoclassicism.
Presented by Bristol Choral Society
The site has entrances on both Pembroke Rd and Clifton Park Rd. There is level access at the Clifton Park side entrance.
Bicycle & e-scooter
Voi e-scooters are available for hop-on hop-off short-term rental across Bristol. The closest Voi parking is on Worcester Rd opposite the venue.
The church has underground parking located on Worcester Rd.
From the centre, the 8 will stop at Clifton Park which is a short walk from the venue.
Parking & drop off
Level access is available to the Cathedral from the front (Clifton Park). There is an on-site car park located underneath the venue with disabled parking spots off Worcester Rd.
The space directly outside the West Door is available for parking or drop-off.
All assistance dogs are welcome. Our staff are trained to know how to behave around working dogs. Please ask if there’s anything we can do to help.
There are accessible toilets in the venue.