Our Rosary Shrine church has a beautiful acoustic and one of the finest ‘Father Willis’ organs in the country. In addition to the fine sacred music sung during our Sunday Masses, we also welcome musicians who may wish to give concerts and recitals in St Dominic’s.
This 17th November at 8pm, the Lyra Singers will perform Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ and the Five Spirituals from Tippett’s ‘A Child of Our Time’.
Tickets at £10 (£8 conc.) available from the Repository of St Dominic’s, or from Ticketsource.
The second upcoming concert for 2017 is actually the first of a series of three. Biber wrote musical meditations on the fifteen Mysteries of the Rosary, and they will be performed here in our Rosary Shrine over the course of three concerts by Nicolette Moonen and Pawel Siwczak of ‘The Bach Players‘.
On 2 December at 7:30pm the first Joyful Mysteries set of The Rosary Sonatas will be performed by candlelight in front of the five Joyful Mystery chapels of the church. The concert will be interspersed with organ music, and carols will be sung at the beginning and the end – a perfect musical occasion to prepare for
Christmas. Nicolette, who will play the violin, is very accustomed to working with children and welcoming them to her concerts, and she will explain to them how the music works, and she will lead them to discover and interact with the inventive music of Biber, a 17th-century Austrian composer.
We intend for these Rosary Sonata concerts to be child and family-friendly, so children under 18 are not charged for entry. Tickets for adults are £12.50, or just £30 for the entire series of the Rosary Sonatas (i.e., three concerts at £10 each) or £5 on the door for students only. The Sorrowful Mysteries will be performed in Lent on 24 February 2018, and the Glorious Mysteries will be performed in Eastertide on 12 May 2018.
Tickets for the Rosary Sonatas are also available from the Repository at St Dominic’s, or from Ticketsource too.
Our Rosary Shrine has an exciting line-up of events for the Pilgrimage Season that runs from October 2017 until September 2018. Leaflets are available in our church, and in parishes and chaplaincies across London, as well as from our Dominican priories in England and Scotland.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Rosary Shrine for a Liturgy, a concert, a talk or some other event.
Click here to see the programme.
We are delighted to welcome the renowned speaker and author Dr Scott Hahn to give our first annual Rosary Shrine Lecture.
Dr Hahn holds the Father Michael Scanlan Chair of Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization at the Franciscan University of Steubenville (Ohio, USA) and has written extensively on the scriptural foundations of Catholic theology, as well as working to advance the new evangelization called for by Pope St John Paul II.
Friday 16th March 2018 at 7:30pm in the Rosary Shrine church.
Tickets £5 available online. Click here to book.
***UPDATE*** Due to unavoidable circumstances, we have moved this event to 16 March 2018. If you have booked and are unable to make the new date, please click on the link in the email you received from EventBrite to view and cancel your order, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.