Members of the Abbey Choir and celebrated soprano Carolyn Sampson bring to life this sacred oratorio, depicting and celebrating the creation of the world as narrated in the Book of Genesis.

The Choir of Westminster Abbey is renowned worldwide as one of the finest ensembles of its type, its repertoire extending from plainsong and Renaissance polyphony to twentieth-century masterpieces and new commissions. In addition to singing the daily services, as it has done since the fourteenth century, the Choir plays a central role in the many royal and state occasions which are held in the Abbey, most recently the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and The Coronation of Their Majesties The King and Queen.

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