Birmingham

Area officers

Chair: Mick Perrier
Secretary: Alison Vining
Awards Administrator: Alison Vining
Regional Coordinator: Simon Russell

Contact us

Contact: Alison Vining
Phone: 07971 265702
Email: alison@vining.eu


RSCM singing awards

 

 

What's happening in your Area?

Festival Choral Evensong with Orchestra

Sunday 28th January 2018 (13:00 – 16:30)

St Philip's Cathedral, Birmingham

Cost: £3, £2 under 18s

Contact: Simon Palmer
simonfpalmer@btinternet.com
07932 791717

Come along and sing choral evensong accompanied by a full orchestra in Birmingham Cathedral. The Concert Orchestra of King Edward VI Camp Hill Schools will accompany the choir in a selection of exciting and varied music. Any under 18s attending must be accompanied at all times by a parent/choir or church leader.

Plainsong Choral Evensong

Monday 12th February 2018 (19:00 – 21:00)

St Hilda, Warley Wood

Cost: £5 including refreshments

Contact: Mick Perrier
michael.perrier49@gmail.com
07967 595881

Beautiful, evocative, easy-to-do, tried-and-tested … is that the ticket? Then come and learn how to sing plainsong from the square note notation and enjoy the subtle beauty of this timeless chant of the western church. Copies of the RSCM Guide to Plainchant will be used for this event and available to purchase if required. The evening will end with a short act of worship looking towards Lent and Holy Week, using the music we have learnt. This is a joint event with the RSCM Birmingham and Worcestershire Areas, Birmingham Organists’ Association and Worcestershire Organists’ Association. Any under 18s attending must be accompanied at all times by a parent/choir or church leader.

Workshop for Church Instrumentalists

Saturday 21st April 2018 (10:00 – 13:00)

St John's Hall, Knowle Parish Church

Cost: £5

Contact: Stewart Wallace
stewart.wallace@kpc.org.uk

A practical workshop to help improve your skills playing in a music group or worship band for instrumentalists of all levels and experience. Topics will include improvising, transposing, interpreting chord symbols, and using technology. This will also be an opportunity to network and to share best practice with other church musicians.

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