Listen to hymn-writer Bishop Timothy Dudley-Smith on the text of his hymn for the Harold Smart Composition Competition
Listen to hymn-writer Bishop Timothy Dudley-Smith on the 150th anniversary of Hymns Ancient & Modern
Listen to hymn-writer Bishop Timothy Dudley-Smith on the King James Bible of 1611
John Barnard and David Iliff talk to Stuart Robinson about Season by Season, their follow-up to The Carol Book, both published by the RSCM.
To mark the 80th anniversary of the Royal School of Church Music, the Millennium Youth Choir recorded a CD Out of the Stillness which was produced by the composer and conductor John Rutter. This is the latest project in a long-standing association between John Rutter and the RSCM. In this podcast he speaks about another string to his bow – that of record producer.
This podcast features the Foundation Degree in Church Music (FDCM) run jointly by the RSCM and Canterbury Christ Church University. Launched in 2011, it is intended for church musicians of all ages from organ and choral scholars and church organists and choir directors, to instrumentalists and music-group leaders.
This podcast features the popular Young People’s singing courses held in the UK every year – one in the north of England in the Easter holidays, and another in Bath every summer.
In this podcast from the RSCM, John Barnard and David Iliff discuss Songs, Psalms & Spirituals – their fourth collection of more than 50 attractive and catchy pieces for choirs, including harmony arrangements of worship songs, psalm settings and much-loved spirituals.
Malcolm Archer talks about Nowell! Nowell!, his new carol sequence for upper voices and piano.
In this podcast, the composer and conductor David Ogden and The Revd Peter Moger, National Worship Development Officer to the Liturgical Commission of the Church of England, discuss their latest collaboration; The Advent Sequence, published by the RSCM.