Events, Concerts & Recitals

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Saturday 22 at 4.30pm
Organ Recital by Joshua Roebuck
Organ Scholar at Worcester Cathedral

We welcome Josh back to St Leonard's before he heads off in September to take up his new post as Organ Scholar at St David's Cathedral.   

June 

Friday 21 at 7.30pm
Solemn Evensong & Benediction   

Friday 28 at 7.30pm
Iain Simcock, harpsichord

J S Bach
The Art of Fugue
 

July

Friday 12 at 7.30

'Chapter 8' 
Concert of choral music
Further details to follow

Saturday 20   (time to be announced)

Organ Recital by Richard Cook
Worcester Cathedral Sub-Organist
& Director of the Cathedral Voluntary Choir

Richard and the Voluntary Choir are no strangers to St Leonard's and on this occasion we are delighted to welcome him again as he gives his first organ recital in our church.

The recital will be followed by champagne & strawberries on the Quadrangle lawns and the opportunity to see the newly restored reredos in all its magnificent glory.

Richard has recently been appointed Assistant Director of Music at St Edmundsbury Cathedral and will commence duties there in September.  

August

September

Saturday 21 at 3.00pm
part of the 'Autumn in Malvern Festival'

'Restored to Glory'
The history and restoration of Clayton & Bell's masterpiece at St Leonard's  Newland - this church!

talk by Colin Brownlee
organ music by Iain Simcock

Colin, the acknowledged expert on the magnificent Clayton & Bell decorations in the church, will give an illustrated talk on their history, their vicissitudes and the current restoration to their original glory.

Before and after the 30 minute talk, the internationally famous organist,   Iain Simcock will play organ works by J S Bach.   

An afternoon of perfect harmony between art and music, followed by refreshments in the Great Hall.  
 

October

​​Saturday 5 at 3.00pm  
Betjeman at the Beauchamp
part of the 'Autumn in Malvern' Festival
 
SUMMONED BY BELLS
 
the life and times of Sir John Betjeman  
affectionately recalled in prose, verse and music 

by Paul Vaughan
with Roy Massey (organ)

Followed by tea on the Quadrangle lawns


Saturday 12 at 7.30

The Cappella Singers
One of Gloucestershires premier chamber choirs

Concert of choral music
Further details to follow