Wednesday, 22 January 2020

Sat 25th Jan: "Our Planet" with The Cantabrigians (recital)

This Saturday we're delighted to welcome The Cantabrigians to our recital series for the first time. An exciting vocal ensemble of female voices, they will be presenting a programme "Our Planet", with music on themes of nature and the world. The recital forms part of the #andrewdownes70 series too, a number of concerts throughout 2020 celebrating the work of composer Andrew Downes in his 70th birthday year. The recital will include music by Purcell, Handel, Mendelssohn and Howells, and of course Andrew Downes himself.

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. All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!


Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Sat 18th Jan: Brahms and Schumann clarinet works (recital)

We're delighted to open our first recital series of 2020 with clarinettist Tim Bossanyi presenting a programme of Brahms and Schumann, including the latter's Fantasiestücke Op. 73. He will be accompanied by pianist Cleo Loi, who will also be performing some of Brahms' Intermezzi for solo piano in the recital.

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. All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!


Friday, 10 January 2020

Taizé Eucharist for Epiphany: Fri 10th Jan, 7.30pm

Join us this Friday evening as we celebrate a Taizé Eucharist in this seasons of Epiphany. This beautiful, candlelit service begins at 7.30pm, with chants, prayers, readings and silence. All are welcome, we hope to see you there!


Wednesday, 8 January 2020

Lunchtime Recitals at St Clement's: Winter 2020

Happy New Year to all! We're excited to announce our recital series for Winter 2020, beginning on Saturday 18th January at 1.00pm. We have a diverse programme for the term ahead, with returning favourites such as the St Clement's Players or the Erasmus Chamber Ensemble, alongside recital series debuts by soloists such as Tim Bossanyi (clarinet) and Chloë Gamlin (flute) and acclaimed ensembles including The Cantabrigians, and the London-based Alauda String Quartet.

Full details of each recital will be published on our website and Facebook pages - do stay tuned for more information!

As ever, the recitals remain free to enter, with a retiring collection taken after the recital which supports our performers, as well as contributes to our ongoing Organ Redevelopment Fund. All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!


Monday, 9 December 2019

A Festival of Lessons and Carols: Sun 15th Dec, 5.00pm

Please do join us this Sunday evening at 5.00pm for our Festival of Lessons and Carols at St Clement's. The is beautiful, candlelit service features magnificent choral music and favourite congregational carols as we are taken on a journey from Isaiah's prophecies of the Messiah through to the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem and the Word Incarnate.

The music is supported by the joint choirs of St Clement's and The Orlando Singers. Mince pies and mulled wine (or apple juice) will be available after the service, and all are welcome.


Thursday, 5 December 2019

Taizé Service for Advent: Fri 6th Dec, 7.30pm

We hope you can join us for our last Taizé service of the year at St Clement's, as we begin the Advent season. We will have readings, prayers and chants for our Advent celebration by candlelight. The service begins at 7.30pm and all are welcome - we hope to see you there!


Thursday, 28 November 2019

Sat 30th Nov: Bach, Schubert and Haydn piano works (recital)

This Saturday, our Autumn 2019 series concludes with a piano recital by the inimitable John Bryden. He'll be performing works by Bach, Schubert and Haydn, including Schubert's delightful Six Moments Musicaux.

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!