All choristers need to ‘get to know’ their own voice with designated one-to-one time in order to understand their vocal range and ensure that they care for their ‘inbuilt musical instrument’ as their bodies develop.

Thanks to the generous support of Trusts and Foundations and individual donors, members of the Cathedral Choirs regularly receive one-to-one professional vocal coaching completely free of charge.

Our singers develop a strong vocal technique that can be put into practice in choir rehearsals, competitions, concerts, broadcasts and recordings as well as music-making at school. Specialist support is given to adolescent boys with changing voices, giving them the confidence and enthusiasm to continue singing through a period of natural transition.

We were thrilled to welcome @jamesmacm to Leeds Cathedral this evening, where we enjoyed his fascinating discussion with @Opera_North’s Richard Mantle. Fantastic singing from @DOLMusic Cathedral Girls and @ndcchoir beforehand, too!

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Next Tuesday our wonderful @DOLMusic Leeds Cathedral Girls' Choir are joined by @ndcchoir for Vespers, Mass (Sermisy, Victoria, Palestrina) and a short concert prior to a fascinating talk from @jamesmacm and RIchard Mantle of @Opera_North - concert and talk only £5 from @LeedsIOF

A privilege and responsibility to work for @DOLMusic where a superb cathedral choir is just part of a sustained system of classroom singing...last night I got to step back and listen as Notre Dame students conducted, an amazing sound from our Girls' Choir and School Scholars!

What do more than 400 musicians performing Parry look like? I'm glad you asked... 🎺🎺👑👑🎻🎻🎶🎶🍾🎉
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Viscount Organs are proud to support The Diocese of Leeds Organists [@DOLMusic] Training Programme by loaning them an Envoy 35-F organ. #DigitalOrgans #OrganMusic
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We enjoyed a superb Diocesan Girls' Choir Festival at the weekend, with our special guests the Notre Dame Children's Choir, directed by Dr Mark Doerries. Over 120 young singers gave a fabulous performance, from medieval chants and songs to Elgar. This Sunday it's the turn of our boys' choirs - do come and hear them sing for Solemn Mass at 11am and give a joint performance at 2.30pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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It was a great honour to host Sir James MacMillan for Vespers, Mass and Concert on Tuesday. Sir James gave an interview with Richard Mantle (Director, Opera North) at the end of the evening. ... See MoreSee Less

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This morning’s view from the organ loft of the massed choirs in action! ... See MoreSee Less

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We are so proud of two of our Cathedral Choir members who represented Leeds in the Choristers of Great Britain Concert at Liverpool Cathedral on Friday. The concert is a celebration by the national charity Friends of Cathedral Music, who have recently given £30,000 to Leeds Cathedral as an endowment. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today at Leeds Cathedral:
Trinity Sunday

9.30 am Mass (Cantor)

11 am Solemn Mass (Huddersfield, Bradford, BKCAT, LTC and Cathedral Girls Choirs and NDCC): Missa IX, Gregorian (G, S, A)
Perspice Christicola, Harley Manuscript 978
Stella splendens, Llibre vermell
Organ: Praeludium in D, Buxtehude
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