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Congratulations to Cathedral Organist Joseph Nolan, violinists William Huxtable and Freya Swarbrick, and dancers from West Australian Ballet for their inspiring performances in last Tuesday's concert, which drew high praise from The West Australian's William Yeoman.

The Reverend Canon Richard Pengelley installed as the 17th Dean.

Joseph Nolan’s latest disc, Charles-Marie Widor: The Complete Organ Symphonies, Volume Four, has been chosen as a ‘Recording of the Year’ by MusicWeb International – the only solo organ recording to be given this honour.

The Anglican Diocese of Perth has been working with the Noongar People and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs (DAA) for the past 4 years in relation to the Midgegooroo Execution and Burial Site; this has included multiple consultations in regards to the building projects, and archaeological excavation with Aboriginal Monitors and also an interpretation plan to be included in the proposed development on the site. During the construction Aboriginal Monitors will continue to monitor new ground disturbance.

The latest issue of Theology Today - the newsletter of the Institute of Anglican Studies - is now available by email, post, or to download here.  Copies can also be found at the Cathedral's West End.

News

Congratulations to Cathedral Organist Joseph Nolan, violinists William Huxtable and Freya Swarbrick, and dancers from West Australian Ballet for their inspiring performances in last Tuesday's concert, which drew high praise from The West Australian's William Yeoman.

The Reverend Canon Richard Pengelley installed as the 17th Dean.

Joseph Nolan’s latest disc, Charles-Marie Widor: The Complete Organ Symphonies, Volume Four, has been chosen as a ‘Recording of the Year’ by MusicWeb International – the only solo organ recording to be given this honour.

The Anglican Diocese of Perth has been working with the Noongar People and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs (DAA) for the past 4 years in relation to the Midgegooroo Execution and Burial Site; this has included multiple consultations in regards to the building projects, and archaeological excavation with Aboriginal Monitors and also an interpretation plan to be included in the proposed development on the site. During the construction Aboriginal Monitors will continue to monitor new ground disturbance.

The latest issue of Theology Today - the newsletter of the Institute of Anglican Studies - is now available by email, post, or to download here.  Copies can also be found at the Cathedral's West End.