Thursday, 14 November 2019

Taizé Eucharist: Faith and the Spirit, Fri 15th Nov, 7.30pm

Join us this Friday evening as we celebrate a Taizé Eucharist on themes of Faith and the Holy Spirit. The service begins at 7.30pm, with chants, prayers, readings and silence. All are welcome, we hope to see you there!


Friday, 8 November 2019

Sat 9th Nov: Mozart Requiem (recital)

We're excited to welcome back the St Clement's Players this Saturday, this time performing alongside St Clement's Choir and friends, in a performance of Mozart's iconic Requiem in D minor. Directed by Karol Jaworski, soloists will include the familiar voices of Catherine White and Nicholas Butler, joined by newcomers Kate Lowe and Jonny Tsang.

The recital begins at 1.00pm, and as ever entry to the recitals is free, with a retiring collection taken to support our performers, as well as to contribute to the ongoing Organ Redevelopment Fund. We hope to see you there!


Friday, 1 November 2019

Sat 2nd Nov: Schumann, Poulenc and Hindemith with Lance Mok (recital)

After several seasons away, this term we're delighted to welcome back pianist and composer Lance Mok to our recital series at St Clement's. Lance will be presenting a programme of romantic piano works by Schumann, Poulenc and Hindemith, including the reflective and emotive Nachtstücke by Schumann, and Poulenc's Nocturnes.

The recital begins at 1.00pm, and as ever entry to the recitals is free, with a retiring collection taken to support our performers, as well as to contribute to the ongoing Organ Redevelopment Fund. We hope to see you there!


Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Service for All Hallows' Eve: Thu 31st Oct, 7.30pm

We hope you can join us this Thursday for a reflective, candlelit choral service at St Clement's, as we explore themes around All Hallows' Eve, including a Commemoration of the Departed, protection from evil, and faith to join the Saints in everlasting light.

The joint choirs of St Clement's and the Erasmus Choir will be singing Purcell's Funeral Music for Queen Mary, with motets by Morley. Alongside scriptural readings, there will also be poetry from Shakespeare, TS Eliot and Malcolm Guite.

The service begins at 7.30pm, and will be led by Canon Nick Moir. All are welcome, we hope you can join us.


Thursday, 24 October 2019

Sat 26th Oct: "Actus Tragicus" - Bach with the Erasmus Chamber Ensemble

This Saturday we're pleased to welcome the Erasmus Chamber Ensemble, consisting of a chamber orchestra and choir, in their performance of "Actus Tragicus" - a cycle of Bach cantatas, including his well known work 'Jesu, meine Freude'. They will be directed from the organ by Dan Tidhar.

The recital begins at 1.00pm, and as ever entry to the recitals is free, with a retiring collection taken to support our performers, as well as to contribute to the ongoing Organ Redevelopment Fund. We hope to see you there!


Thursday, 17 October 2019

Taizé Healing Service: Fri 18th Oct, 7.30pm

Join us on Friday evening for a Healing service for the Feast of St Luke. We begin at 7.30pm with prayers, reading, Taizé chants, and reflective silence as we ask for God's healing and compassion in our lives.

In the service there will be the option, for those who wish, to be anointed with oil as a sign of receiving God's forgiveness and healing touch in our lives. There will also be an opportunity for the laying on of hands in prayer, or for someone to pray with and for you or others. All are welcome, and we hope to see you there.


Sat 19th Oct: Haydn and Beethoven with the St Clement's Players (recital)

This Saturday is the first of two concerts this series by the St Clement's Players. They will be performing an orchestral programme of Haydn and Beethoven, under the direction of Karol Jaworski. Haydn's Symphony No. 101 is the famous "Clock" symphony, full of charm, humour, and with that iconic and 'mechanical' second movement from which the symphony gets its name. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony is the composer through a kaleidoscope of emotion, full of passion, romance, drama and wit.

The recital begins at 1.00pm, and as ever entry to the recitals is free, with a retiring collection taken to support our performers, as well as to contribute to the ongoing Organ Redevelopment Fund. We hope to see you there!