Come raise your voice in a musical tribute to the USA at our Fourth of July Hymnfest, taking place in our usual Evensong timeslot on Sunday, July 1st at 6.00 PM. The programme will include the usual patriotic spectaculars, supplemented by some of the parish’s most popular hymns. An American ‘Burgers-’n’-Boh’ cookout will follow.
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The Choir of Men & Boys invite you to observe Ash Wednesday with the Penitential Office and Choral Eucharist on February 22nd at 7:00 PM. Music at the service will include Gregorio Allegri’s Miserere mei, Deus, and works of Gibbons, Victoria, Tomkins, and Batten. The Imposition of Ashes will be available at the Penitential Office.
The Choirmaster has a very special music program in store for us this Christmas. The Choir of Men & Boys will be accompanied at the Midnight Mass by a small chamber orchestra.
You can honor loved ones by helping to defray the cost of the Oboes and Strings. It’s the ideal gift for the . . . → Read More: Ding Dong Merrily On High!
In a nod of ecumenism to our Pastafarian brethren, St Stephen’s celebrated Sunday, September 18th, as the Eve of “Talk Like A Pirate Day” (or as we called it informally, Piratespeakmas Eve). In addition to singing MELITA, the Navy Hymn (“Eternal Father, strong to save”), and having the “Hornpipe” from Handel’s Water Music . . . → Read More: Talk Like A Pirate Day
This Sunday, July 3rd at 6.00 PM, come join your voice with ours in a musical tribute to the USA at our Patriotic Hymnfest, which takes the place of our usual monthly Choral Evensong. While the programme will include the usual patriotic spectaculars, we are also planning to sing the parish’s most popular hymns as . . . → Read More: Fourth of July Hymnfest
Join St Stephen’s Choir of Men & Boys on Sunday, May 1st (the ﬁrst Sunday after Easter) at 6.00 PM for a Quasimodo Evensong*. The service will include joyful music in celebration of Christ’s Resurrection. More speciﬁc musical details will follow in the coming weeks.
Choral Evensong, a fusion of . . . → Read More: Quasimodo Evensong