St Michael’s Church are delighted to welcome the Choir of St Albans Cathedral for a special concert under the direction of the Cathedral’s Master of the Music, Andrew Lucas accompanied by the Cathedral Organist, Tom Winpenny.

The programme for the concert will include a wide variety of choral and organ pieces from across the repertoire, many of which will demonstrate the versatility of St Michael’s newly rebuilt organ.

Admission is free although donations towards “Music at St Michael’s” will be invited after the concert.

Seating is unreserved so please do come early to secure a good seat and enjoy a glass of wine or soft drink before the

We are blessed with a thriving tradition of music. We have an active church choir and St Michael’s is a frequent venue for concerts and recitals.

Choral Scholarships available for 2016. Please see the choirs page for more information.

There are currently vacancies in the main choir for adult singers (some Anglican choral experience or good sight-reading skills preferred), particularly at present to the Alto and Bass lines. A wide range of repertoire is planned for the term ahead. Please contact the Director of Music for more information.

We are currently on a drive to recruit new members to our Music Group, and welcome interest from experienced as well as not-so-experienced players.

Would you like to be involved in the music making at St Michael’s? The music is expanding through choral services and concerts, and we are seeking extra singers and instrumentalists to join us. Organ/Piano/Singing lessons can also be offered. For further information, contact Richard Carr, Director of Music and Organist at St Michael’s.

Director of Music – Richard Carr

Organist – Robert Stokely

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