Music is at the very heart of the cathedral and is a centre of excellence for both sacred and secular music. The acoustic of the building is superb and we hope you will agree that it is a very fine performance space indeed in which to enjoy your lunch!

The lunchtime recitals are just a part of the rich variety of performances which take place at the cathedral through the year.

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The Summer Organ Festival (all starting at 1.10pm)

Monday 10th June 1.10pm

Organ Students from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

including music by Alain, de Grigny and Franck


Monday 25th June 1.10pm

David Hardie (Birmingham Cathedral)

including music by Guilmant, Mendelssohn and Wagner


Monday 8th July 1.10pm

Nicholas Freestone (Worcester Cathedral)

including music by Ad Wammes, Bach and Howells


Monday 15th July 1pm and Monday 12th August 1.10pm

Ashley Wagner (Birmingham Cathedral)

including music by Bruhns, Dvorak, Mendelssohn, Alain, Gowers and Scheidemann


Monday 22nd July 1.10pm

William Peart (St Peter's, Wolverhampton)

including music by Buxtehude, Duruflé and Escaich


Monday 29th July 1.10pm

Peter King (Concert Organist and Organist Emeritus of Bath Abbey)

including music by Karg-Elert, Saint-Saens and Wolstenholme


Monday 5th August

Samuel Bristow (Birmingham Cathedral)

including music by Elgar, Sumsion and Williams


Monday 19th August 1.10pm

Nicholas Morris (St George’s Hanover Square)

including music by Byrd, Parry and Purcell