Churches

Hide map

www.allsaintschurchfalmouth.co.uk

'All Saints' has enjoyed a rich musical tradition since the building of the church. This is due to several factors, the wonderful acoustic that we are privileged to have, the fine Hele organ that resides in the church and the good fortune that the church has always attracted musicians of a high calibre. We are fortunate in that we are able to maintain a choral tradition here. Many local and national choirs, orchestras and soloists regularly enjoy giving performances in our church.'

Visits to the Website14
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)27

www.allsaints-fulham.org.uk/music.htm

Music by the Bridge 'Talented young and often local musicians perform in church in monthly Friday concerts (February–July and September–November). There is a bar at the back of church.  Concerts are free but there is a retiring collection to support choral scholarships at All Saints ... The Parish Choir performs a wide range of music, both popular cathedral-style repertoire and more unusual music – from striking South American baroque works to South African choral dances and new commissions by contemporary composers ... Once a term the choir joins with the choirs of St Luke’s, Chelsea and St Martin-in-the-Fields for a Three Choirs Festival Choral Evensong'.

Visits to the Website9
Also indexedThree Choirs Festival Choral Evensong
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)25

allsaintshertford.org/concerts.php

'We run a weekly Wednesday lunch time series Soundbites ourselves. Our church is also used regularly for concerts by other organisations such as Hertford Choral Society, Hertford Symphony Orchestra and Hertfordshire Festival of Music.'

Visits to the Website13
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)28

www.allsaintskingston.co.uk

'Music plays an important part in our worship and our ancient space, with a wonderful acoustic, is frequently used as a place for community music making of a wide variety of kinds ... In these pages you will find information about the music we sing and when we will sing it, the Choir and other opportunities for you to be part of our singing tradition, the Bells and the Team that ring them, our Frobenius Organ and the concerts that are planned to take place in the church in the upcoming weeks.'

Visits to the Website7
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)16

www.allsaintschurchleamington.org.uk

'All Saints is still known and used as Leamington's Parish Church, especially for very large occasions. There is a particular emphasis in the worship on high quality choral and organ music, with a repertoire spanning the 8th to the 21st centuries. The church also hosts and promotes organ recitals and concerts, with the capacity to accommodate a full choir and symphony orchestra along with an audience of up to 500. Every year, music, along with other art forms, is celebrated intensively over a weekend at the All Saints' Arts Festival.'

Visits to the Website17
Also indexedAll Saints' Arts Festival
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)36

www.bloomsbury.org.uk/arts

'The Bloomsbury acoustic is ideal for music of all kinds, both instrumental and vocal. The curved pews provide a feeling of intimacy wholly in accord with the ethos of chamber music. In order to capitalise on these assets, three series of Wednesday recitals take place annually ... A series of organ concerts takes place at Bloomsbury on the last Saturday of each month at 4pm.'

Visits to the Website13
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)23

boltonparishchurch.co.uk

'The tower said to be the highest Parish Church tower in Lancashire is 180ft high and commands extensive views over the surrounding moor lands, from which the old title of Bolton-le-Moors originates. It contains a peal of 13 bells were installed in 1974. The tower is also home to the original 1699 tenor bell, which is hung “dead” and rung electrically when the ringers are unavailable. Once a year the tower is open to visitors to admire the surrounding countryside and the ancient art of bell ringing which is still carried out each Sunday morning as it has been for the past 300 years ... The Church fulfils an important Civic as well as congregational function and acts as host to large Services, Concerts and Exhibitions.'

Visits to the Website5
Also indexedBolton-le-Moors
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)14

www.musicinmarlow.org.uk

'Christ Church Music in Marlow is dedicated to bringing varied and high quality concerts to our lovely venue in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, UK. Christ Church is a modernised Victorian chapel on Oxford Road and is just perfect for chamber music, small choirs, jazz ensembles etc ... We are an amateur organisation and arrange concerts purely out of our love of music and our association with the Church.'

Visits to the Website14
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)29

www.musicatgmc.org.uk

'The special concerts at Gillingham Methodist Church started in 2004 as part of our appeal to raise money for the restoration of our beloved Sweetland organ. The restoration is complete, but the concerts continue! In 2008 we re-launched ourselves as Music at GMC. Our aim is to bring top-quality music to Gillingham and the surrounding area by inviting local musicians and wider-known celebrity musicians to come and perform at GMC.'

Visits to the Website32
Also indexedMusic at GMC
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)37

www.longmelfordchurch.com

'Melford Music’s aim is to bring the knowledge and love of music to the area, to support young musicians by giving them a platform for their talents, and to contribute to the maintenance & restoration of this famous 15© church.'

Visits to the Website38
Also indexedMelford Music
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)57

www.stannsmanchester.com/music/

'Music plays a large part in the life of St Ann’s Church. Concerts and recitals are frequent events and we have regular performances of chamber music and piano recitals by students of the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) ... The organ, which dates from 1730, was originally on the West Gallery. It has grown over the years and is now a fine instrument with 54 speaking stops on which recitals are given every week. It was rebuilt by George Sixsmith & Co of Mossley in 1996.'

Visits to the Website39
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)48

www.stbarnabasbeckenham.org

'St Barnabus is working with a growing list of Partners to bring a wealth of public events to this stunning venue ... This has included a Burns Night Celebration Dinner, a number of concerts and recitals, as well as a Wine Tasting and Tapas evening ... The building can comfortably sit 300 for a concert, lecture, etc. We have a sound system for speaker events, and a good acoustic.'

Visits to the Website35
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)35

www.stfaithsgreatcrosby.org.uk/homepage.html

'Information on music at St Faith's, music makers associated with or who perform in our church as well as details of forthcoming events'

Visits to the Website12
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)23

www.stjohnsdumfries.org/music

'As well as having a rich musical component to our worship at St John’s, we also host musical events for the wider community in Dumfries. This page is a place to gather information and updates about both of these aspects of our church.'

Visits to the Website26
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)64

www.dorchesteranglican.info/churches/st-mary/music

'Music in St Mary's has for many years been an important part of the Dorchester and wider District scene. The excellence of the acoustic and the beauty of the architecture, itself a late example of the arts and crafts movement, are a good starting point. The welcoming attitude of the church to all musical groups has helped to make St Mary's the premier choice for large and smaller scale performances.'

Visits to the Website26
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)41

www.stmarysewell.com

'St Mary’s is honoured to have a large and quite superb "Father" Willis pipe organ of three manuals and pedals, built in 1889 by “Father” Henry Willis – one of the greatest of English organ-builders in the Nineteenth Century – to a specification and quality closely similar to the renowned organ of Truro Cathedral (built two years earlier by the same distinguished Company). It was taken from the church of St Augustine, Highbury, London and installed here in 1975 after the fire of 1973, in which our original "Father" Willis instrument was destroyed. The instrument is comparatively little-known, despite its prestigious origins ... Concerts and recitals are a feature of Parish life; a regular series being arranged throughout the year.'

Visits to the Website4
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)10

www.stmarys-slough.org.uk

'Saint Mary's is a popular venue for musical and theatrical performances ... A lunchtime concert is held every Saturday at 12pm providing a platform for local talent ... These live events take an informal, enlightening and, above all, entertaining approach to music making ... The concerts are free of charge, although we are always grateful for donations towards refreshments or Church funds.' The Organ 'is a splendid example of the English "Romantic" style of building and it can cope with any period of the organ repertoire, being a fine instrument for both accompaniment and concert performances'.

Visits to the Website53
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)117

www.stmatthewsnorthampton.org.uk/music.shtml

'Music has played an important role at St Matthew’s since the consecration of the building in 1893, and the Church has been at the forefront of contemporary music and art for over half a century. Today, at sung services, the wonderful sounds of the Choir ... continue to fill the building, inspiring and enhancing our worship ... St Matthew's is also home to arguably the finest parish church organ of its type in the country. The four manual organ was built in 1895 by the firm J W Walker and Sons and is now of great historical importance ...'

Visits to the Website35
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)34

music-stmatthews.org

'Every Thursday throughout the year (except August) there is a lunchtime concert lasting fifty minutes to an hour. The concerts consist of varied programmes ranging from solo recitals to choral music by professional performers, students from the London Conservatoires and amateur musicians. Established in 1975, these are the only regular concerts and recitals taking place on a weekly basis within the Borough of Reigate and Banstead. St Matthew's Church was built in 1866 and boasts outstanding stained glass and an excellent acoustic.'

Visits to the Website24
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)48

www.stpeterscleethorpes.org.uk/concerts.html

Weekly lunchtime concerts with a wide variety of performers.

Visits to the Website35
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)44

www.stpetersberkhamsted.org.uk/music/concerts

'St Peter's is at the heart of Berkhamsted's thriving cultural scene and a leading supporter of the arts in the town. Our programme of events includes lunchtime recitals and evening concerts in the beautiful setting of our historic church ... The Organ in St Peter's church stands in the St John Chantry by the choir stalls. It is a striking modern instrument encased in English oak with colourful pipework, and plays a central role in the musical life of St Peter's.'

Visits to the Website27
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)34

www.stpeterskinver.org/music-at-st-peters/

'St Peter's is blessed with a pipe organ played from a remote console. The organ has been professionally overhauled in recent years with two new stops added. We have three excellent organists to make the most of this wonderful instrument at our services. We have recently acquired a modern grand piano to extend our musical capabilities. St Peter’s provides an excellent venue for periodic music concerts and visiting choirs which always prove popular locally ... St Peter's is a busy and thriving church offering services to suit all tastes, from the very traditional to the modern and everything in between. We have a great musical tradition with our church choir and now the orchestra plus the future long term plans of an early music ensemble, worship band, big band, chamber choir, youth choir and a festival chorus ...'

Visits to the Website10
Also indexedSt Peter's Concert Orchestra
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)18

www.stsaviourseastbourne.org.uk/music

'Beyond the Sunday liturgy we offer several concerts throughout the year. Through the summer we have monthly lunchtime concerts with local performers offering all kinds of high quality performances. The church has a very fine organ, which sounds truly magnificent and we frequently welcome some of the country’s leading recitalists who thrill us with some breathtaking playing skills. The church is also very much in demand by local choirs, choral societies and orchestras as a concert venue. Apart from being an impressive and very beautiful building, it has a fabulous acoustic and really lends itself to some of the larger scale works.'

Visits to the Website27
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)41

www.music-at-st-thomas.org.uk

'Music plays an important part in the worship and life of the parish of St Thomas of Canterbury, a church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition ... Lunchtime Live!  Lunchtime concerts are held during the summer months ... Admission is free with a retiring collection. Sandwiches and drinks are on sale from 12.30pm. The concerts are self-financing and since the first season began in 1995, performances have been given by local schoolchildren, teachers, professional and amateur musicians, including members of St Thomas’ congregation ...'

Visits to the Website4
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)5

www.tavistockparishchurch.org.uk/whats-on/

'The ideal venue for holding a concert with a seating capacity of approximately 400 people. This year alone [2016] it has hosted the Support Nepal Charity concert, free lunchtime piano and organ recitals by local musicians, Tavistock Area Schools Charity concert, Mount Kelly Choral Society concert, numerous Tavistock Festival concerts, Vocal Harem concert, The Elgar Chorale of Worcester concert, Tavistock Rhythm and Brass concert, West Devon Opera concert, Tamar Valley Male Voice Choir concert and an International Celebrity concert ...'

Visits to the Website11
Views of 'Full' Record (& Map)26

Directory Statistics

There are 2890 listings and 760 categories in our website

Recently Added Listings

'Localities' currently used in the Directory

  1. Abergavenny
  2. Aberystwyth
  3. Abingdon
  4. Accrington
  5. Aldeburgh
  6. Alfreton
  7. Alnwick
  8. Altrincham
  9. Amersham
  10. Ammanford
  11. Andover
  12. Anstruther
  13. Antrim Newtownabbey
  14. Appleby-in-Westmorland
  15. Ards North Down
  16. Armagh Banbridge Craigavon
  17. Arnold
  18. Arundel
  19. Ashbourne
  20. Ashby-de-la-Zouch
  21. Ashford (Kent)
  22. Ashton-Under-Lyne
  23. Aylesbury
  24. Aylsham
  25. Bakewell
  26. Banbury
  27. Bangor
  28. Banstead
  29. Barking and Dagenham
  30. Barnet
  31. Barnsley
  32. Barnstaple
  33. Basildon
  34. Basingstoke
  35. Bath
  36. Bebington
  37. Beccles
  38. Beckenham
  39. Bedford
  40. Belfast
  41. Belper
  42. Berkhamsted
  43. Berwick-upon-Tweed
  44. Beverley
  45. Bexley
  46. Bicester
  47. Bideford
  48. Biggleswade
  49. Billericay
  50. Birkenhead
  51. Birmingham
  52. Bishop Auckland
  53. Bishop's Stortford
  54. Blackburn
  55. Blackpool
  56. Blandford Forum
  57. Blyth
  58. Bodmin
  59. Bognor Regis
  60. Bolton
  61. Boston
  62. Bournemouth
  63. Brackley
  64. Bracknell
  65. Bradford
  66. Braintree
  67. Brecon
  68. Brent (London)
  69. Brentwood
  70. Bridgnorth
  71. Bridgwater
  72. Bridlington
  73. Bridport
  74. Brighton and Hove
  75. Bristol
  76. Broadstairs
  77. Bromley
  78. Bromsgrove
  79. Buckingham
  80. Bude
  81. Budleigh Salterton
  82. Burnley
  83. Burton upon Trent
  84. Bury (Lancashire)
  85. Bury St Edmunds
  86. Buxton
  87. Camborne
  88. Cambridge
  89. Camden
  90. Campbeltown
  91. Cannock
  92. Canterbury
  93. Cardiff
  94. Carlisle
  95. Carmarthen
  96. Causeway Coast Glens
  97. Chard
  98. Chelmsford
  99. Cheltenham
  100. Chesham
  101. Cheshunt
  102. Chester (City)
  103. Chester-le-Street
  104. Chesterfield
  105. Chichester
  106. Chippenham
  107. Chipping Norton
  108. Christchurch
  109. Cirencester
  110. City of London
  111. Clacton on Sea
  112. Clevedon
  113. Clitheroe
  114. Colchester
  115. Congleton
  116. Consett
  117. Corby
  118. Coventry
  119. Cranleigh
  120. Crawley
  121. Crediton
  122. Crewe
  123. Crieff
  124. Cromer
  125. Crosby
  126. Croydon
  127. Darlington
  128. Dartmouth
  129. Daventry
  130. Denbigh
  131. Derby
  132. Derry City Strabane
  133. Dewsbury
  134. Didcot
  135. Dingwall
  136. Doncaster
  137. Dorchester
  138. Dorking
  139. Driffield
  140. Dudley
  141. Dulwich
  142. Dumfries
  143. Dunstable
  144. Durham
  145. Ealing
  146. Eastbourne
  147. Ellesmere Port
  148. Ely
  149. Enfield
  150. Esher
  151. Evesham
  152. Exeter
  153. Exmouth
  154. Fakenham
  155. Falmouth
  156. Farnborough
  157. Farnham
  158. Fermanagh Omagh
  159. Folkestone
  160. Fort William
  161. Framlingham
  162. Frome
  163. Gainsborough
  164. Galashiels
  165. Gateshead
  166. Gillingham (Dorset)
  167. Gillingham (Kent)
  168. Glossop
  169. Gloucester
  170. Godalming
  171. Gosport
  172. Grantham
  173. Gravesend
  174. Grays
  175. Great Malvern
  176. Great Yarmouth
  177. Greenwich
  178. Grimsby
  179. Guildford
  180. Hackney
  181. Halesworth
  182. Halifax
  183. Hammersmith and Fulham
  184. Hampstead
  185. Haringey
  186. Harlow
  187. Harpenden
  188. Harrogate
  189. Harrow
  190. Hartlepool
  191. Haslemere
  192. Hastings
  193. Hatfield
  194. Havant
  195. Haverhill
  196. Havering
  197. Hawick
  198. Hay-on-Wye
  199. Haywards Heath
  200. Hebden Bridge
  201. Helensburgh
  202. Hemel Hempstead
  203. Henley-on-Thames
  204. Hereford
  205. Hertford
  206. Hexham
  207. High Wycombe
  208. Highgate
  209. Hillingdon
  210. Hinckley
  211. Hitchin
  212. Holborn
  213. Horsham
  214. Hounslow
  215. Hoylake
  216. Huddersfield
  217. Huntingdon
  218. Ilkeston
  219. Ilkley
  220. Inverness
  221. Ipswich
  222. Isle of Arran
  223. Isle of Bute
  224. Isle of Islay
  225. Isle of Mull
  226. Isle of Skye
  227. Islington
  228. Kelso
  229. Kendal
  230. Kensington and Chelsea
  231. Keswick
  232. Kettering
  233. Kidderminster
  234. King's Lynn
  235. Kingston upon Hull
  236. Kingston upon Thames
  237. Kirkby-in-Ashfield
  238. Kirkcaldy
  239. Lambeth
  240. Lancaster
  241. Leatherhead
  242. Ledbury
  243. Leeds
  244. Leicester
  245. Leigh (Lancashire)
  246. Leighton Buzzard
  247. Leominster
  248. Letchworth Garden City
  249. Lewes
  250. Lewisham
  251. Lichfield
  252. Lincoln
  253. Linlithgow
  254. Lisburn Castlereagh
  255. Liskeard
  256. Liverpool
  257. Livingston
  258. Llandrindod Wells
  259. Llanelli
  260. Lochgilphead
  261. Long Eaton
  262. Loughborough
  263. Louth
  264. Lowestoft
  265. Ludlow
  266. Luton
  267. Lydney
  268. Lyme Regis
  269. Lymington
  270. Lytham St Annes
  271. Macclesfield
  272. Maidenhead
  273. Maidstone
  274. Malmesbury
  275. Malton
  276. Manchester
  277. Mansfield
  278. March
  279. Market Harborough
  280. Marlborough
  281. Marlow
  282. Marple
  283. Matlock
  284. Melbourne
  285. Melton Mowbray
  286. Merton
  287. Mid East Antrim
  288. Mid Ulster
  289. Middlesbrough
  290. Milton Keynes
  291. Minehead
  292. Monmouth
  293. Moray
  294. Morley
  295. Morpeth
  296. Newark-on-Trent
  297. Newbury
  298. Newcastle upon Tyne
  299. Newham
  300. Newport (Shropshire)
  301. Newport (Wales)
  302. Newry Mourne Down
  303. Newton Abbot
  304. Newton Stewart
  305. Newtown
  306. Northallerton
  307. Northampton
  308. Northwich
  309. Norwich
  310. Nottingham
  311. Nuneaton
  312. Oakham
  313. Oldham
  314. Olney
  315. Ormskirk
  316. Orpington
  317. Oswestry
  318. Otley
  319. Oundle
  320. Oxford
  321. Paignton
  322. Peebles
  323. Penrith
  324. Penzance
  325. Perth
  326. Peterborough
  327. Pitlochry
  328. Plymouth
  329. Pontefract
  330. Poole
  331. Portsmouth
  332. Preston
  333. Prestwich
  334. Rayleigh
  335. Reading
  336. Redbridge
  337. Redcar
  338. Reigate
  339. Rhyl
  340. Richmond (North Yorks)
  341. Richmond upon Thames
  342. Rickmansworth
  343. Ripon
  344. Rochdale
  345. Ross-on-Wye
  346. Rotherham
  347. Royal Leamington Spa
  348. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  349. Rugby
  350. Sale
  351. Salford
  352. Salisbury
  353. Saltash
  354. Sandbach
  355. Scarborough
  356. Scunthorpe
  357. Seaford
  358. Selby
  359. Selly Oak
  360. Sevenoaks
  361. Sheffield
  362. Sherborne
  363. Shrewsbury
  364. Sidmouth
  365. Skegness
  366. Skipton
  367. Solihull
  368. Southampton
  369. Southend-on-Sea
  370. Southport
  371. Southwark
  372. Southwell
  373. Spalding
  374. St Albans
  375. St Andrews
  376. St Austell
  377. St Helens
  378. St Ives
  379. Stafford
  380. Staines-upon-Thames
  381. Stamford
  382. Stevenage
  383. Stockport
  384. Stockton-on-Tees
  385. Stoke on Trent
  386. Stow on the Wold
  387. Stratford upon Avon
  388. Stroud
  389. Sudbury
  390. Sunderland
  391. Sutton (London)
  392. Sutton Coldfield
  393. Swanage
  394. Swindon
  395. Tamworth
  396. Taunton
  397. Tavistock
  398. Teignmouth
  399. Telford
  400. Tenterden
  401. Tewkesbury
  402. Thame (Oxon)
  403. Thornbury
  404. Thurso
  405. Tiverton
  406. Torquay
  407. Totnes
  408. Towcester
  409. Tower Hamlets
  410. Trowbridge
  411. Truro
  412. Ullapool
  413. Ulverston
  414. Uppingham
  415. Uttoxeter
  416. Wadebridge
  417. Wakefield
  418. Wallasey
  419. Wallsend
  420. Walsall
  421. Waltham Forest
  422. Walton-on-Thames
  423. Wandsworth
  424. Warrington
  425. Warwick
  426. Watford
  427. Wellingborough
  428. Wells (City)
  429. Welwyn Garden City
  430. West Bridgford
  431. West Bromwich
  432. Westminster
  433. Weston-Super-Mare
  434. Wetherby
  435. Weymouth
  436. Whitehaven
  437. Wigan
  438. Wigston Magna
  439. Wilmslow
  440. Wimborne Minster
  441. Winchester
  442. Windermere
  443. Windsor
  444. Wisbech
  445. Woking
  446. Wolverhampton
  447. Woodbridge
  448. Worcester
  449. Worksop
  450. Worthing
  451. Yate
  452. York (City)

Back to Top

© Ray Lester

 

Technical Support by Web-Studio