St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, is the venue for one of the foremost events of ‘Polska! Year’ – the Polish Cultural Festival.
‘Polska! Year’ has planned a range of events to share Polish culture, arts, heritage and language in venues across the city. On Friday May 8 at 7pm, to mark the 160th anniversary of the death of Poland's most famous composer, Fryderyk Chopin, the Cathedral will resound with Polish classical music performed by the renowned Varsovia Piano Trio.
The concert is free to the public with donations at the door to the Black Santa Fund.
The Dominican Festival Choir will give a concert in the Cathedral on Tuesday May 12 7.30pm, under the direction of preacher and composer, Fr James V Marchionda, OP. The choir is comprised of talented musicians from various cities and churches throughout the United States of America.
The Chamber Choir of Belfast Royal Academy will sing at the 3.30pm Evensong on May 10.