Making cathedral church music happen in Cork during the CoronaVirus pandemic

These are difficult times for musicians, artists, and singers. At the moment, the advice is against congregational hymn-singing in churches. Many say that ‘church is not the same.’ The issues are much bigger than this, of course. There have been many reports in the news around the world of the difficulties facing cathedrals with choral foundations as a result of the CoronaVirus pandemic, and efforts to make sure that there is no lasting damage to something that has been vibrant, precious and inspirational.

Keeping the Cathedral Choir together during lockdown using ZOOM.

Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral Choir in Cork made…

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