Our Publications

Our magazine, e-newsletter and other publications including research and strategy

Our Magazine

Latest issue: Cathedral Music – Spring 2024

Delve deeper in the restoration of Notre Dame’s iconic organ destroyed by a fire in 2019, and get a new perspective on the music of Stanford in this anniversary year with Prof. Jeremy Dibble.

Cathedral Music is edited by Adrian Horsewood.

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Cathedral Voice

Monthly e-newsletter

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Highlights Report

Sharing the difference you make to our choral tradition every day.

A huge thank you to everyone who supported cathedral music in 2022. Discover your impact in our Highlights Report.

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Strategic Plan 2024-29

Learn how Cathedral Music Trust plans to transform more lives through choral and organ music.
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Annual Report 2022

Read Cathedral Music Trust’s Annual Report for 2022
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The Future for Cathedral Music

A report by the More Partnership

More Partnership was commissioned in early 2022 to explore how the Cathedral Music Trust can allocate its resources to greatest effect, to advance its ambition to sustain and inspire the future of sacred music. This paper summarises key aspects of More Partnership’s full report and highlights areas for immediate action.

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How to support us

Our work is only made possible through the generosity of our supporters and volunteers.  Each year we help tens of thousands of people to discover the joy of choral music in cathedrals, churches and local communities. Get involved and make a lasting impact on the lives of thousands of individuals involved in the UK’s vibrant choral music tradition.