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Cathedral Spotlights: African American Highlights Tuesday January 26 2021 at 4:00 PM

× Celebrate notable African American men and women who have made significant contributions to our culture—in theology, human rights, social justice, civil rights, education or human welfare. Virtually explore the Cathedral and experience sculpture, stained glass and needlepoint highlighting the achievements of African American trailblazers. Led by Jackie Williams.

Virtual Discussion

Willan’s Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue Sunday January 31 2021 at 6:00 PM

× George Fergus, Associate Director of Music and Assistant Organist, presents a recital featuring the monumental Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue of Healey Willan. The program will feature other works influential to Willan's style, and a brief "listener's guide" to explain the structure of his masterpiece.

Virtual Concert

Sacred Choral Music Festival Friday February 26 2021 at 3:00 PM

× February 26-28, 2021
Join The King’s Singers and Washington National Cathedral Choirs as we celebrate the beauty, breadth and power of sacred music at the 2021 Sacred Choral Music Festival on February 26-28. The festival weekend includes opportunities for rehearsals, performances, workshops, lectures, discussions, fellowship, and our national worship service broadcast.

The Centenary Celebration of Richard Wayne Dirksen Online Event Friday February 26 2021 at 7:00 PM

× In his 49 years at Washington National Cathedral, Wayne Dirksen (1921-2003) left a musical legacy of brilliant music-making and artistic innovation. This centenary year, we recall his life and work with an online event including keynote lectures, current and archival performances and a virtual reception and panel discussion. Presented as Part of Washington national Cathedral’s annual Sacred Choral Music Festival.

This is an online event.

The King’s Singers New Music Prize Online Concert Sunday February 28 2021 at 4:00 PM

× Throughout history, music has provided hope and healing at some of societies’ most challenging times. In 2020, The King’s Singers launched the New Music Prize to recognize, develop, and encourage a spirit of musical creativity in today’s world. Through this Prize, it is their mission to leave the world a musically richer place.

Registrants will be sent connection information by email closer to the concert.

This is an online event.

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