If you have been lucky enough to catch the world premiere of Bjork’s Biophilia at Campfield Market Hall (part of the 18 day extravaganza that is the MIF), you’ll know that the show is all the more beautiful thanks to the 24 strong Icelandic choir Graduale Nobili. Artists in their own right, with a third album due for release soon, Graduale Nobili will be performing a special one-night only gig at St. Philips Church, Salford tomorrow, Thursday 14th July.
The choir will be performing unamplified, and lit only by candlelight…it promises to be goosebump-provoking stuff! To bag your ticket visit Piccadilly Records on Oldham Street, Common bar on Edge Street, or click here to buy online. There’s also promise that some tickets will be available on the door. Doors open at 8pm and the choir will be performing a specially selected set of 20th Century Icelandic choral works from 8.30pm.