Thursday, 8 March 2018

Towards the Cross: Prayers, Readings and Music - Sun 11th March, 5.30pm

Join us this Sunday evening as we start looking towards Holy Week and the Passion. Towards the Cross is a service of prayers, readings, music and reflection, meditating on themes of Christ's love and sacrifice for our salvation.

The music will be led by the Choir of St Clement's, together with the Orlando Singers who will be joining us again for this service. Music will include motets by Duruflé, Bruckner and Purcell, with congregational hymns drawn from Bach chorales. Readings to include poetry by George Herbert, Veronica Zundel, Clive Sansom and Malcolm Guite.

The service begins at 5.30pm, lasting around 1 hour, and we hope you are able to join us. Refreshments will be provided after the service.

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Taizé Healing Service: Friday 9th March at 7.30pm

Join us this Friday evening for our monthly Taizé service. This month we will be holding a healing service, with prayers and anointing, and the opportunity to pray with or for others during the service.

All our welcome, please do join us at 7.30pm for this quiet and meditative service.

Saturday, 3 March 2018

Sat 3rd Feb: Recital postponed

Due to the inclement weather, we regret to announce that today's recital of Baroque Music for Recorders has to be cancelled. We apologise for the short notice and any inconvenience caused.

We will of course be inviting our trio back at a later date, and hope to reschedule the recital for later this year, when hopefully there will be less disruptions from snow! Further details be posted on our website and social media in due course.

Thursday, 1 March 2018

Baroque recorder sonatas: Sat 3rd Mar at 1pm

Join us on Saturday for the final recital of this term’s series, as we welcome Patrick Welche, Ellen Jameson and Francis Knights as they play Baroque music for recorders by Quantz, Telemann and Fux. The recital begins at 1pm, and as always, entry is free with a retiring collection taken to support the recital series and raise money for our Organ Restoration Fund. All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!

Friday, 23 February 2018

Schumann and Shakespeare: Natasha Agarwal (Soprano), Sat 24th Feb at 1pm

Please join us this Saturday for the next instalment of our recital series this term. We are excited to welcome soprano Natasha Agarwal with a programme of Schumann's Frauenliebe und -leben, and a selection of pieces inspired by the spirit Ariel from Shakespeare's play The Tempest. With a number of prizes and successes to her name already, Natasha is currently pursuing Masters studies at the Royal Academy of Music where she is part of the prestigious RAM/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantata series. She will be accompanied by Chris Pountain on the piano.
The recital starts at 1pm, and we hope to see you there. Entry is free as always, with a retiring collection taken which supports both the recital series, and the Organ Restoration Fund.

Thursday, 15 February 2018

Recital: Music from the Emerald Isle, Sat 17th Feb, 1pm

We're delighted to welcome back Jennifer Bastable (soprano) and Ian de Massini (pianist) back to St Clement's for this Saturday's recital. Jennifer and Ian will bring a programme entitled "Music from the Emerald Isle", showcasing Irish composers with a connection to Cambridge, and musical settings of Irish text and poetry, including a new song-cycle written by Ian!

The recital starts at 1pm, and as ever, entry is free with a retiring collection supporting the costs of the recital series and contributing to our organ restoration fund. All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Ash Wednesday Eucharist: 14th Feb at 7.30pm

Please join us this Wednesday evening as we mark the start of Lent with a Sung Eucharist and the Imposition of Ashes in a reflective, evening service.

For this service we will be welcoming Dr John Rawlinson, Chaplain at Churchill College, to celebrate and preach. Our regular choir will be joined by the singers of Inter Alios, led by Mark Gotham, with music to include Allegri's Miserere mei and Purcell's Remember not, Lord, our offences. Inter Alios sings regularly at The Chapel at Churchill, where St Clement's has been invited to sing on a number of occasions, so it is a pleasure to return the invitation this Ash Wednesday.

We hope you can join us for this service, all are welcome.