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Forthcoming events in the Cathedral

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The Cathedral is noted for its fine acoustics, a feature remarked upon by many of the performers who appear here. A programme of concerts and choral performances runs through the year and details of planned events will be found on this page.

2022

3rd July at 3pm
‘Tarantara’ vists Dornoch Cathedral
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Tarantara is a mixed choir from the English Midlands. They have been singing to great acclaim, and for countless charitable causes, for almost 20 years. Profits from concerts go to the organiser's chosen charity, and over the years the choir has raised in excess of £100k.

Tarantara concerts are renowned for their high entertainment value. The repertoire is always diverse – everything from songs from musical theatre and pop hits from the past, to classic choral pieces and adventurous contemporary works by the likes of Morton Lauridsen and Eric Whitacre.

Accompanist Chris Long, a professional musician and teacher, has played for Tarantara since 2005. He says: “a Tarantara concert has something for everybody; an inspired music selection, very entertaining afternoon of singing. Anyone who thought that a choir concert was a stuffy affair needs to hear Tarantara!”

As well as performing locally, the choir love to travel and have sung as guests in Spain, Wales, Cornwall, Norfolk and Sunderland. This July they are delighted to be able to add Scotland to their list of destinations and perform in and around Inverness, after having to postpone the tour from two years ago.

Helen, a long-standing member of the choir says “we love to sing together, but it is all the more special to be part of an event organised by local people, for a cause they believe in and which benefits those in need”.

All proceeds to be split between Mikeysline and Dornoch Cathedral.

Tickets can be purchased via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/346600209557 or from Liz Manson after Sunday's Morning Service.
Please Note: Concerts of a commercial nature in the Cathedral will incur a charge of £250 but this does not affect events previously booked. At the discretion of the Kirk Session, this need not affect charity concerts.