A rare chance to hear two monumental orchestral and choral works in the same evening. A concert not to be missed!

Tickets £40, £30, £20, £10 (unreserved seats in the aisles), book below.

If you are accompanying a person with a disability or access requirements, or are booking a ticket for someone who is accompanying you, please select the companion ticket at checkout. Seats marked with a K are only to be booked by people accompanying the adjacent wheelchair user. Only one companion ticket permitted per transaction.


Berlioz | Te Deum†
Saint-Saens | Symphony no.3 (‘Organ’)‡

Britten Sinfonia
David Hill conductor‡
Andrew Lucas conductor†
James Gilchrist tenor
Thomas Trotter organ
St Albans Bach Choir
The Choristers of St Albans Cathedral

The Britten Sinfonia, one of the world’s leading ensembles, are joined by the celebrated tenor James Gilchrist and world-renowned organist Thomas Trotter. The St Albans Bach Choir and the Cathedral’s own Choristers complete an exceptional roster of performers.

Berlioz demanded that his colossal Te Deum should be heard in a huge space, and St Albans Cathedral is the perfect venue to immerse yourself in this powerful music.

Saint-Saëns considered the Organ Symphony to be his best work. Ever since its triumphant premiere in London in 1886, this majestic and monumental music has fully justified its reputation as one of the symphonic greats.

Presented by St Albans International Organ Festival: celebrating 60 years.