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Robert Fripp My wife and I have lived in Toronto for more than 40 years, but we still get back to England and visit Salisbury Cathedral. That mass of stone has had a lasting impact on my life, including memories of having been locked in one winter night. I was a chorister (Cantoris) from 1952 to 1957. What a musical repertoire we had!
steven lucas Just seen angelic voices on bbc4.A eye & ear opener.Decided to send this in support of the choir when it was stated that you still get bad reactions to having a girls choir.Well done you for showing the way forward.Bless you.
Though not religious in anyway I should like to say how much I enjoyed the BBC programme about your choir shown over Easter.
Some beautiful music sung by some very talented boys and girls in a magnificent building.
Garbine Ingelmo One of the most wonderful places on earth. Donīt lose the opportunity to visit it. I still miss Salisbury a lot. I spent one year there many years ago and I could meet many good friends. I keep Salisbury in my heart. Donīt miss the choir, I hear its music whenever I feel I need it.
Hanneke Legerstee We arrived at the cathedral on a very cold day and I was so pleased they let us in with the dog (lurcher). She was so cold and behaved perfectly in the cathedral. I thought it was so sweet how everybody welcomed her. Gorgeous building!! Really enjoyed our visit!
Lesley Prior What a wonderful portrait of the work of the choir on BBC4 last night. They are truly doing their job which is to encourage,uplift and enhance the worship and spiritual life of the Cathedral. Well done children and your adult partners in your work.
Have just watched Angelic Voices on BBC 4 and thoroughly enjoyed listening to your wonderful choir/s (under David Halls) and looking at the superb building.
With gratitude to you and all down the years who have made Salisbury what it is and will continue to be.
Wonderful place, wonderful time I spent there in Salisbury, under the shadow of its cathedral, with its marvellous people. I miss you all, Thank you for every thing I took back with me forever.
The beauty of your evensong services are astonishingly uplifting and introspective in words and especially but certainly not only your male voices in the Choir.
Having just lost my dear Mother Louise, my vacation here has reassured me in the comfort and courageous faith you bring to all who gather in your holiest house of God.
Being a tenor from St. Mary Magdalene's in Toronto Canada I know what sincerely diligent and sometimes exhausting work you need to do to sound spotless. Thank you and blessings,
Sir Wallace William Your cathedral is a masterpiece if ever i have seen one, i must bring my family onmy next visit which will be sooner rather than later.