The Sixteen - The Call of Rome

The Nave
Saturday 3 July 2021 19:30 - 20:30

Some the UK's finest classical music talent comes together in this unique super-group performing a special choral pilgrimage concert within the magnificent, historic setting of the Cathedral Nave.

Celebrating 20 years of the pilgrimage, The Sixteen's 2021 Tour is inspired by the Eternal City where each of the four composers in this year’s programme created some of their finest work.

Launched in 1979, The Sixteen arose from its Founder and Conductor Harry Christophers’ formative experience as a cathedral chorister and choral scholar. 

The powerful programme of music by Josquin, Felice Anerio and Allegri, culminates in Allegri’s eternal Miserere 

Timing and tickets

Saturday 3rd July 2021, at 3.30pm. Booking link The Choral Pilgrimage 2021: Peterborough Matinee - The Sixteen

Saturday 3rd July 2021, at 7.30pm - sold out

Tickets £13 - £28. 50% off for under-35s, full-time students, jobseekers, those living with a registered disability and their carers.

This concert will take place in a Covid-safe environment in line with Government guidelines at the time of the event. As things stand, it will be socially distanced, with a reduced capacity. Please read the safety measures on The Sixteen's website to find out more details. If restrictions are relaxed by the Government we may increase the number of seats available for relevant concerts.

Watch The Sixteen in performance (pre-Covid):

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