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Now in its fifth season, the festival is becoming an established part of the city’s cultural landscape—promoting Glasgow’s historic quarter as a thriving artistic destination, attracting renowned Scottish and international talent, and engaging the wider community.
Since the first festival in 2016, GCF has welcomed over 13,000 visitors from around the world. Our mission is to bring life to Glasgow’s oldest building whilst finding fresh perspectives on our cultural heritage, by presenting a rich and varied programme of events each year—including music, free tours, exhibitions and installations, dance and film. Our work also extends beyond the cathedral, with events in the neighbouring Drygate Brewery, and an education programme that unites communities and young people across Glasgow.
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The 2021 edition of Glasgow Cathedral Festival opens with a a poignant yet uplifting performance of Brahms and James MacMillan from Edinburgh Quartet & Ross Montgomery!
Press pause and take a moment to unwind with Explore Ensemble, letting atmospheric music envelop you in hushed contemplation, deep beneath the cathedral as part of Glasgow Cathedral Festival!
Once daylight fades, join Lewis Banks (saxophone) in the vaulted crypt for the exclusive preview of his first solo album as part of Glasgow Cathedral Festival!
A master of classical and electric guitars, Sean Shibe returns to his native Scotland after highly acclaimed performances at Wigmore Hall and the BBC Proms!