The Durham Cathedral performance of Verdi's Requiem is one of the final events of the Durham Brass Festival 2019 - and tickets are still on sale.
The atmospheric concert will see multiple choirs performing Verdi's Requiem in the surroundings of Durham Cathedral's crossing.
The tickets are available for seating in the nave for the Durham Brass Festival concert, which takes place on Saturday July 20, at 7.30pm.
The concert will feature a new transcription of Verdi's choral masterpiece for brass band and choir.
Verdi's Requiem features the Brass Festival Choir accompanied by the Reg Vardy Band, as well as a special guest choir from Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas.
Tickets cost £18 (£16 concessions) from here.
The 2019 Durham Brass Festival has so far seen a wide variety of concerts featuring all sorts of different brass music styles, from traditional brass band concerts through to performance street brass. There is still the Streets of Brass event to come.
The BRASS on the Bus concerts took the Durham Brass Festival on tour around the County, including Peterlee, Lanchester, Chester-le-Street and Bishop Auckland. The whole festival kicked off with a secret gig in the centre of Durham performed by the ever-popular Mr Wilson's Second Liners.
Brass Festival highlights also included the Durham Brass Oktoberfest, when Durham Town Hall became a beer hall for an evening of German food, beer and brass. Oompah Brass joined performers from Tubingen, Durham's twin town.
Meanwhile, the final weekend of Durham Brass Festival will see a series of free informal brass concerts on the streets of Durham city centre as part of Streets of Brass, which will also see a brass concert in Wharton Park on the Saturday evening.
There is also a performance by the world-famous Brighouse and Rastrick Band, who are the reigning National Champions - a competition they have won 10 times. You can see all the information including booking details in our Durham Brass Festival tickets story.