Author Archives: Peter Siepmann

RSCM Newsletter

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Church music ‘draws people up into a new realm’ says Adrian Lucas, just appointed as our Head of Choral Studies. He shares his thoughts and experience of the power of church music in a video interview below. You’ll also find below a video interview with Head of Ministerial Training Helen Bent, plus news of courses, publications and worship resources …… Read more »

Ideas for churches with limited musical resources

Ideas for churches with limited musical resources Singers and instrumentalists Saturday, 6th February 2016, 2p.m. to 4.30pm. St Leonard’s Church, Wollaton, Nottingham with Peter Price (Director of Music at St. Leonard’s Church) There will be music to sing and play What can we do if there is no accompaniment? Find alternative ways of using music to make it appropriate to… Read more »

Concerts at St Peter’s Nottingham

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COFFEE BREAK CONCERTS All concerts start at 11am and last for one hour Coffee & biscuits from 10.15am · Admission by donation Saturday 19th September Oscars Stämmor “The Voices of Oscar” – a choir from the Parish of Oscars in Stockholm – begin our Autumn series as part of their visit to Nottingham, in a programme of English and Swedish… Read more »

News from the Bingham Community Arts Committee

It was splendid seeing our largest ever audience at the Helix Ensemble last month, and they were as excited at their welcome in Bingham as we were to have them perform.  We very much hope to see them again next year. In contrast to that larger scale and exuberant sound, we turn to a more intimate and reflective event comprising… Read more »

Compline at Clumber Park Chapel

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Saturday 20th June 2015 A Race for Compline at Clumber On Saturday 20th June some three dozen or so singers gathered in the beautiful Bodley-designed Chapel of St Mary the Virgin in Clumber Park. On arrival, some had wondered if this popular event had been rather over-subscribed, for Clumber Park was full of both cars and people. It transpired that… Read more »

Organ restoration at Averham

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A disused organ is being restored as part of ongoing renovation work at St Michael & All Angels, Averham. Volunteers have helped to dismantle the Grade II listed organ ahead of the repairs. An anonymous donation has met two-thirds of the £70,000 cost. From left, Chris Shardlow, John Gelsthorpe, George Binks (churchwarden) The organ, built in 1901, in memory of… Read more »

Chorister Open Day: Newark Parish Church

Saturday 7th March 2015 Children on song at Newark Parish Church An evening service rounded off an afternoon of singing at Newark Parish Church on Saturday at an event aimed at attracting more potential choristers. Children in school years three to eight attended. They took part in rehearsals, ahead of a service, and were given an organ demonstration by Mr… Read more »

Award Winners’ Evensong: Saturday 28th February 2015

RSCM Award Winners’ Choral Evensong Southwell Minster – Saturday 28th February 2015 Director : Paul Hale Rector Chori, Southwell Minster The choristers listed below sang with the Minster Choir; the Rector Chori, Paul Hale, is standing on the far left of the photo.: Junior Choristers Rebecca Bailey (Gold Award) – St. Leonard’s Church, Wollaton Tristan Green (Bishop’s Award) – St… Read more »

Come and Sing with John Rutter

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Queen Elizabeth’s Academy Mansfield, Saturday 9th November 2014 A report of a Mansfield Choral Society event November 8th dawned with grey skies and rain, but for those of us who were looking forward to a day with John Rutter, quite perfect! We set off early to arrive at the Queen’s Academy in time for registration at 10.00 am and our… Read more »