The St Albans International Organ Festival and the Hertfordshire Lieutenancy are delighted to present a concert at St Albans Cathedral in celebration of HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on Wednesday 6 July, at 7.30pm

This unique and thrilling concert of popular and ceremonial music from across The Queen’s reign will feature over 250 performers, with special presenter, celebrated choirmaster and broadcaster, Gareth Malone.

Booking will open on Monday 11 April at 10am.

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After concert costs are covered, net proceeds will be divided equally between Hospices serving Hertfordshire communities and St Albans International Organ Festival.

Headlining the concert will be London’s Southbank Sinfonia, described as an ‘orchestra like no other’ comprising thirty-three of the world’s most promising graduate musicians. Conducted by their founder, Simon Over, the orchestra will be joined by a massed choir of 160 singers, a 60 voice children’s choir, fanfare trumpeters and other guest musicians.

Music will include Handel’s Zadok the Priest, William Walton’s spine-tingling Te Deum, Pete Letanka’s Hope and Glory (conducted by the composer himself), Hubert Parry’s I was Glad, John Williams’ Harry