Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Requiem Mass for All Souls: Friday 3rd November at 7.30pm

Join us this Friday evening at 7.30pm for a choral Requiem Mass marking All Souls day. All are welcome to this reflective service.

Mass will be celebrated by Canon Nick Moir, our Priest in Charge. The choir will sing Cherubini's emotive setting of the Requiem Mass in C minor.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Sat 28th Oct: Bach's Goldberg Variations played by Dan Tidhar

This Saturday we're excited to welcome Dr Dan Tidhar playing Bach's Goldberg Variations on harpsichord as part of our recital series at St Clement's. An accomplished player and researcher, Dan works as soloist and continuo player with ensembles across the UK and Europe. His repertoire spanning from the early Renaissance through to commissions by 21st-century composers, and is an active member of the Cambridge University Baroque Ensemble and the Collegium Musicum.

Dan will be bringing his own harpsichord on Saturday, the first time we've had a recital on this particular instrument within the generous acoustic of St Clement's - this is set to be a real treat. Doors open for a 1pm start, with free entry as always, and a retiring collection helping support the continuation of the recital series as well as our ongoing fundraising for restoration of our pipe organ. All are welcome.

Friday, 20 October 2017

Sat 21st Oct: A recital of French and English song

This Saturday we're welcoming back Ian de Massini (who played some exquisite Bach for us back in July). This time he will be accompanying soprano Jennifer Bastable in a recital of French and English song written by female composers to feature: Lili Boulanger, Marie-Madeleine Duruflé, Elizabeth Poston, Madeleine Dring and many others.

As usual, doors open for a 1pm start, with free entry and a retiring collection taken to support the recital series and contribute to the organ restoration fund at St Clement's Church. We look forward to seeing you there!

Friday, 13 October 2017

Fri 13th Oct - Taizé: Healing Service for St Luke-tide

Join us this evening for a Healing service as we approach 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 on our lives. There will also be an opportunity for someone to pray with and for you or others. We hope to see you there.

St Luke the Evangelist, Russian orthodox icon, author unknown

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

String Duets: Sat 14th Oct at 1pm

We're pleased to welcome London-based musicians Lucy Armstrong and Felicity Cliffe to open this term's recital series at St Clement's this Saturday. Playing on viola and 'cello respectively, their programme will include Beethoven's famed "Eyeglasses" Duet, and Rossini's Duet for Viola and 'Cello alongside some of their own arrangements of classical music.

The recital begins at 1pm on Saturday 14th October at St Clement's Church. Entry to recitals is free, with a retiring collection taken to support the continuation of the recital series, and contribute to fundraising for the St Clement's organ. We hope to see you there.

Lucy Armstrong and Felicity Cliffe

Friday, 6 October 2017

Saturday recitals restart: 14th Oct 2017

Our popular Saturday lunchtime recital series returns next weekend, beginning over two months of exquisite music performance in the beautiful setting of St Clement's Church. With repertoire spanning four centuries, our programme brings together some of the best musicians from Cambridge and London.

Recitals start at 1pm, and run from Sat 14th October through to Sat 9th December (inclusive). Entry to all recitals remains free, with retiring collections and donations supporting the continuation of the series, and contributing to the growing fund for the restoration of the church organ.

Full details of this term's programme can be found on our website, and keep an eye on our Facebook page and Twitter for more news about our performers, as well as other events happening at the church.

We look forward to seeing many of you there!