St Paul’s Cathedral to admit girls to choir for first time in 900 years

First girls will join in 2025 after boarding school facilities have been expanded

St Paul’s Cathedral is to admit girls to its internationally renowned choir, breaking with a tradition stretching back 900 years.

The move comes 31 years after Salisbury became the first Anglican cathedral in England to offer girls places in its choir. Many others, including York Minster, Durham and Exeter, have followed suit.

Continue reading…

Read More

Anglicanism, London, Choral music, Christianity, Music, UK news, Culture UK news | The Guardian

Share your love

Leave a Reply