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Congratulations to the Cathedral Consort for their performance in the Perth International Arts Festival’s presentation of Haydn’s Creation on Tuesday 22 February.  Joseph Nolan was Concert Master for this performance and deserves our congratulations for bringing the choir to such a high standard.  The Consort performed alongside the world famous orchestra, the Acadamy of Ancient Music conducted by Richard Egarr.

Below is the review written by Will Yeoman and published in The West Australian on Tuesday 19 October 2010 of the Cathedral's Organist and Master of Choristers, Joseph Nolan.  

Review of Mozart Great Mass and Requiem by Will Yeoman - Thursday 18 November 2010

St George's Cathedral

When your spine tingles from the first bar, you continuously have to fight back tears and, at the end of it all, the conductor turns to take his bow looking like he's just gone a round with Danny Green, you know you've just experienced an extraordinary musical event.

St George’s Art 2010 was launched last night by Art Gallery of WA Director, Stefano Carboni, who also awarded prizes to nine selected artworks.

News

Congratulations to the Cathedral Consort for their performance in the Perth International Arts Festival’s presentation of Haydn’s Creation on Tuesday 22 February.  Joseph Nolan was Concert Master for this performance and deserves our congratulations for bringing the choir to such a high standard.  The Consort performed alongside the world famous orchestra, the Acadamy of Ancient Music conducted by Richard Egarr.

Below is the review written by Will Yeoman and published in The West Australian on Tuesday 19 October 2010 of the Cathedral's Organist and Master of Choristers, Joseph Nolan.  

Review of Mozart Great Mass and Requiem by Will Yeoman - Thursday 18 November 2010

St George's Cathedral

When your spine tingles from the first bar, you continuously have to fight back tears and, at the end of it all, the conductor turns to take his bow looking like he's just gone a round with Danny Green, you know you've just experienced an extraordinary musical event.

St George’s Art 2010 was launched last night by Art Gallery of WA Director, Stefano Carboni, who also awarded prizes to nine selected artworks.