Aled Jones will perform at Liverpool Cathedral this month

Popular classical singer Aled Jones MBE has announced a tour for February and March this year.

His unique concert of music and stories will be played in cathedrals and churches across the UK.

Starting at St Mary’s Church in Nottingham on February 23, the tour will take place at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on March 14.

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Round will see Aled perform tracks from his album Blessings, with a range of songs from different faiths including Quaker, Christian, Catholic, Islamic and Buddhist.

After beginning his career at the age of 12, Aled released 12 hit albums in four years, with the classic song “Walking In The Air” becoming a family favourite.

As well as having his own show on BBC Radio Wales, he hosts the most listened to Sunday show on Classic FM and has presented Songs Of Praise on BBC 1 for almost 20 years.

Aled will be joined on tour by nominated British classically trained soprano Carly Paoli, who performed in a duet with José Carreras for HRH The Prince of Wales at Windsor Castle.

Tour dates include:

  • 23 February – St Mary’s Church, Nottingham
  • 24 February – Bristol Cathedral, Bristol
  • 25 February – St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire
  • February 27 – Winchester Cathedral, Winchester
  • 28 February – St Albans Cathedral, St Albans
  • March 1 – Guildford Cathedral, Guildford
  • 3 March – Wells Cathedral, Wells
  • March 4 – Wakefield Cathedral, Wakefield
  • 5 March – Chelmsford Cathedral, Chelmsford
  • March 7 – Manchester Monastery, Manchester
  • 8 March – Litchfield Cathedral, Litchfield
  • 10 March – Exeter Cathedral, Exeter
  • 11 March – Hereford Cathedral, Hereford
  • 12 March – Cardiff Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff
  • 14 March – Liverpool Cathedral (Anglican), Liverpool
  • 15 March – Coventry Cathedral, Coventry
  • March 16 – Rochester Cathedral, Rochester
  • 18 March – Ely Cathedral, Ely
  • 19 March – Portsmouth Cathedral, Portsmouth
  • 21 March – Beverley Minster, Parish Centre, Beverley
  • 22 March – Durham Cathedral, Durham
  • 23 March – Paisley Abbey, Paisley
  • March 25 – Bangor Cathedral, Bangor
  • March 26 – St Asaph’s Cathedral, St Asaph

Tickets are available here from £28.

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