The Music of the Cathedral, Na Mele

The Cathedral Choirs

The Cathedral Choir history can be traced back 150 years through rich detailed accounts, including royal baptisms, coronations, and rich Cathedral liturgy. Composed of several paid Choral Scholars plus volunteer singers, the choir provides a strong, living tradition of choral music, central to the Cathedral’s liturgy, and is dedicated to the highest standards of performance of choral literature from Gregorian Chant and Renaissance polyphony, through works by contemporary composers. The Cathedral Choir sings weekly at the 10:30 am Sunday Eucharist, occasional Evensongs, and for other feasts and concerts throughout the year. The Hawaiian Choir sings at the 8 am Holy Eucharist every Sunday. They support the congregation in the singing of Hawaiian hymns and service music as well as offering an anthem in Hawaiian. The choirs come together to sing for major feasts throughout the year.


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