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Joy of Christmas Saturday December 11 2021 at 2:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× From all corners of Washington National Cathedral, voices rise, filling the arches with echoes of holidays past and the wonder of things to come.

It’s time to surround yourself with feelings of comfort and warmth that come when the weather is cold and the music is bright. It's time to restart the tradition of singing together in a space of beauty and community.

Joy of Christmas Saturday December 11 2021 at 6:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× From all corners of Washington National Cathedral, voices rise, filling the arches with echoes of holidays past and the wonder of things to come.

It’s time to surround yourself with feelings of comfort and warmth that come when the weather is cold and the music is bright. It's time to restart the tradition of singing together in a space of beauty and community.

Joy of Christmas Sunday December 12 2021 at 4:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× From all corners of Washington National Cathedral, voices rise, filling the arches with echoes of holidays past and the wonder of things to come.

It’s time to surround yourself with feelings of comfort and warmth that come when the weather is cold and the music is bright. It's time to restart the tradition of singing together in a space of beauty and community.

Joy of Christmas Live Webcast Sunday December 12 2021 at 4:00 PM

Concert Webcasts
× This year, our Joy of Christmas concert will be streamed live on Sunday, December 12th at 4:00 pm, and will be available to watch in the days following on YouTube. Even if you’re watching our performance from home, it’s time to restart the tradition the tradition of singing together, celebrating the beauty and community around us wherever we are.

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I Have Something to Say Sunday March 13 2022 at 4:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× In 1920, the right to vote was expanded under the Nineteenth Amendment to include women. One hundred and two years later, we explore what it means to have your voice heard.

CCS has commissioned works from three of today’s leading women composers — Augusta Read Thomas, Lisa Bielawa, and Jessie Montgomery — that demonstrate the impact of speaking up and speaking out. As part of the day’s activities, you will also get to dictate a postcard to a real or imagined President as a part of Sheryl Oring’s participatory art project I Wish to Say.

Verdi: Messa da Requiem Sunday May 15 2022 at 4:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× To experience Verdi’s Requiem is to take a journey that is felt as much as it is heard. To hear the work under the majestic arches of Washington National Cathedral is to encounter awe.

Giuseppe Verdi was a dramatic storyteller, and his Requiem will take you on a journey from the most serene musical moments to the thundering roar of the brass as the chorus sings, “Day of Wrath! O, Day of Mourning!”

On December 1, 1941, the brand-new Cathedral Choral Society held its first rehearsal for a performance of Verdi’s Requiem that would occur in May, 1942. Join us again as Steven Fox and an outstanding cast of guest soloists plumb the depths of this mind-blowing work.