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Royal Society of Church Music Festival

28 September 2013 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Royal Society of Church Music Festival takes places at Leeds Town Hall on Saturday 28 September 2013.


​The Royal School of Church Music returns to Leeds Town Hall after more than 50 years.
Dr Simon Lindley will direct singers from the North of England as well as the choirs of Wakefield, Sheffield and Bradford Cathedrals and the Minster Churches of West and South Yorkshire in a service entitled The Whole Company of Heaven which includes anthems by Jackson, Bullock, Mawby,
Dyson and Stanford and great hymns on the theme of Angels and Saints. The Rt Revd Glyn Webster – Bishop of Beverley will be our preacher.

A festival service book has been produced for this service and is available at a cost of £6 per copy from Andrew Robinson at arobinson@rscm.com. Singers wishing to sing at this festival will need to purchase a festival book and attend the rehearsals from 10.30am – 1pm and the service at 3pm.

Anyone wishing to attend just the service should arrive by 2.45pm.

Price:   Free Admission

Contact details:   General Enquiries: 0113 247 8336

Additional information:  


Leeds Town Hall 

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Accessible to wheelchair user with assistance, accessible to mobility impaired walker, disabled toilets

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