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cathedra

cathedra
The bishop’s throne, set at the end of the apse in Early Christian churches.

cathedra

throne indicative of religious power. [Folklore: Jobes, 307]
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The Ex Cathedra Consort (an intimate scaling-down of the main choir) and Baroque Orchestra perform the St John Passion in Birmingham's baroque cathedral on March 19, and less than a week later Ex Cathedra, its young people's Academy of Vocal Music and the CBSO give Symphony Hall's annual performance of the St Matthew Passion on Good Friday afternoon.
Ex Cathedra bring their beautifully-crafted Christmas programme to St Paul's Church
Even though only two doctrines have been declared ex cathedra, there are many others that the church professes must be believed.
Ex Cathedra's director of education Rebecca Ledgard and Sally Spencer, an advanced nurse practitioner on the oncology ward at Birmingham Children's Hospital and Ex Cathedra member, were working as vocal tutors in a playground when they had the lightbulb moment.
It seems so unjust that the jewel that is Ex Cathedra will have to find a new setting for its performances of this repertoire so suited to the splendour of the Oratory.
Traditional: The Ex Cathedra Academy of Vocal Music, conducted by Jeffrey Skidmore.
Ex Cathedra perform the works of Lassus in Warwinck on Tuesday.
A choir of Ex Cathedra and Academy of Vocal Music were on song as the 50ft Sitka Spruce was unveiled yesterday.
FLAGSHIP Midlands choir Ex Cathedra will be giving a Christmas concert by candlelight in Warwickshire next week.
As Ex Cathedra flooded onto this vast playing space to sing Durufle's lovely Requiem, I took a second or two to reflect on this transformation of the stage with its wonderful wings which went up into darkness.
Vivaldi Vespers BIRMINGHAM TOWN HALL BIRMINGHAM-BASED choir Ex Cathedra have a hectic festive schedule but you would not have guessed it from this performance.