The Leeds Trinity Cathedral Children’s Choirs will perform live on BBC Radio 4 this weekend.
More than 50 primary school children from schools across Leeds will sing on the Sunday Worship programme, broadcast live from the Chapel at Leeds Trinity University.
Howard Nelson, Chief Operating Officer at Leeds Trinity University, said:
“It is an honour for our children’s choirs to be involved in this live broadcast of Sunday Worship, and we are delighted to welcome the BBC to Leeds Trinity once again.
“The Leeds Trinity Cathedral Children’s Choirs have been launched this year to celebrate the University’s 50th Anniversary. We are very proud of our Catholic heritage and wanted to create a new long-term legacy project for the University and the local community.”
As well as music from the choirs, Mass will be presided over by the Bishop of Leeds, Bishop Marcus Stock, and there will be readings by Leeds Trinity Students Union’ President Steph Little and students Kristin Todd and Connor Lyons.
Everyone is invited to attend this special performance, which takes place between 7.45am and 9.00am on Sunday 20 November. The show is broadcast live from 8.10am.
If you would like to attend, guests are asked to register for catering purposes following the Mass. Please register your details.