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Sanctus in Concert at Wells Cathedral

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Dominic Beeton and Ian Close return to Wells Cathedral to perform at the Festival of the Moon

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Wells Cathedral is thrilled to welcome back Dominic Beeton and Ian Close to perform under Luke Jerram's Museum of the Moon this Autumn.

Seasoned session musician and saxophonist, Ian Close and film and TV composer, Dominic Beeton will be performing a full programme from their Sanctus Project. Ian has faithfully transcribed the vocal lines from early sacred music of the 12th and 13th Century and – supported by Dominic on pump organ, harmonium, shruti box and percussion instruments – has created an album called Sanctus. The result is a deeply spiritual and meditative experience whose natural home is the Cathedrals, Abbeys and Churches of Europe. Ian and Dominic have been touring with this album since January this year to critical acclaim.

The Sanctus Project: sacred music re-invented for the 21st Century

Proceeds from this concert support the charitable work of Wells Cathedral.

Please note: Tickets are banded, and seats will be allocated by the Cathedral accordingly to allow for households/bubbles to be sufficiently socially distanced from each other. Thank you for patience and understanding.

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Located at the southern tip of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and described as the “most poetic” of the English Cathedrals, Wells Cathedral is home to a thriving spiritual, musical and historical community that stretches back nearly 850 years.

 The Cathedral welcomes visitors all year round to experience its stunning architecture, world-class music, and a full programme of events, tours and concerts.

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