Videos of musical events in the Cathedral can be downloaded from YouTube.
Cathedral Choir End of Year Concert
On Sunday 21 October the Choir conducted by Kutlwano Kepadisa presented their End of Year Concert. Listen to the following excepts from their items:
- ‘Alleluia’ by Gordon Young
- ‘Masite Amen’ arranged by Sidumo Nyamezele, solo sung by Kutlwano Kepadisa
- ‘Ubi Caritas’ by Ola Gjeilo
Cathedral Choristers and Conductor on TV
An episode of ‘Slice of Light’, a religious programme shown on SABC2 Sunday 5 August. This included short interviews with choir conductor Kutlwano Kepadisa, and two of the junior choir boys, Xolisa Foley and Junaid Douglas. Please note this was recorded before the National Arts Festival, and before the Kwantu Community Choir went to the World Choir Games and came back with a Silver award.
National Arts Festival 2018
The Cathedral Choir, conducted by Kutlwano Kepadisa, singing Ukholo Lwami at the Festival Choral Evensong, 29 June 2018.
St Michael’s Marimbas in concert under Asakhe Cuntsulana, Spiritfest 2018.
At the first Festival Eucharist on 1 July 2018, Neo Motsatse played this lovely violin solo, ‘Little Girl’ by Sibongile Khumalo arranged by JB Arthur, together with the Kwantu Choir conducted by Kutlwano Kepadisa.
Spiritfest Ecumenical Street Parade, 8 July 2018.
The choir of Jesus College Cambridge singing at the final Eucharist of the National Arts Festival on 8 July 2018.
St Michael’s Marimbas
Playing during the National Arts Festival, July 2017
- Bawo Wam (trad. arr. Kepadisa) conducted by Kutlwano Kepadisa.
- Ascendit Deus (anon) conducted by Kutlwano Kepadisa.
- Evensong Responses (Patrick Wise) conducted by Andrew-John Bethke.
Bayanda Mthetho (organ)
A clip of Bayanda Mthetho (14) playing the Cathedral organ.
Little Jazz Mass (Bob Chilcott)
Extract from the Gloria, sung during the National Arts Festival, 2 July. An invited group of jazz players and singers, conducted by Kutlwano Kepadisa.
Farewell to Dr Andrew-John Bethke
Watch a video by Grocott’s Mail about how we said farewell to Dr Andrew-John Bethke.
- Magnificat in G (Bethke), conducted by Dr Andrew-John Bethke.