Welcome to Cappella Caeciliana's 2021-2022 season - we are delighted to have resumed regular performances following a long interruption due to the covid-19 pandemic.
Cappella Caeciliana makes its full return to concert performance, this being its first indoor appearance in Belfast since 2019.
In this concert the choir will bid farewell to Donal McCrisken, its Musical Director since 1999.
Full covid-19 precautions will apply, including 2 metre social distancing between family groups. Audience members should wear masks throughout their time in the church. You must not attend if you feel ill, have recently tested positive for covid-19, or are required to isolate. In these circumstances your ticket(s) will be fully refunded - please use the CONTACT option on this site.
As part of covid-19 precautions, there will be no interval. The concert will run in one segment for around 75 minutes.
Tickets (£10) are available via this page or in person from Matchetts Music, 50 Wellington Place, Belfast.
Under 25s are entitled to free admission but (to track the number of people attending) their names should be logged in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the name(s) of the person/people for whom tickets are required.
Cappella Caeciliana is delighted to return to perform in the sumptuous Throne Room at Hillsborough Castle.
There are surely few things that create a more festive feeling than choral singing in a castle at Christmas time. With a specially created programme of festive readings, poetry and choral music, you'll be sure to get into the spirit of the season!
During the interval, enjoy a glass of bubbly or non-alcoholic alternative in the castle’s elegant state rooms.
The castle's expert hosts will be on-hand to share the rich, inspiring, and often surprising history and stories of this working royal residence.
Capacity is reduced due to covid-19 restrictions - please book early to avoid disappointment,
Please note that entry is via the front entrance (Hillsborough Square), NOT via the new entrance on the A1.
Tickets (£40, concessions £37.50) can be purchased via this page.