The Royal School of Church Music Canada expresses deep sorrow to hear of the passing of Her Majesty the Queen. As patron of the RSCMC, we give thanks for her Majesty’s faithful support and extraordinary service over a lifetime of dedication and duty.
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Christ’s Church Cathedral in Hamilton, Ontario, in the Anglican Diocese of Niagara, invites applications for the position of Director of Music Ministries at 20 hours/week. The Director of Music Ministries is a key member in the Cathedral’s ministry team, collaborating with the Dean, other clergy, and lay leaders to support the church’s work in the Diocese […]
RSCM UK is delighted to be sharing these vocal health tips from friends at Cappella Nova Outreach. Each Monday new tips and exercises will be posted to help ease you back into regular singing. Click here for to access Singing for Health.
International Chorister Day on Sunday 19 September is a new initiative from the RSCM to celebrate the opportunities and experiences available to choristers at all levels from grand cathedrals to local parishes. You can take a look at the webpage here where you will find details of the RSCM UK showcase event in Croydon but […]
I hope you are keeping well and safe at this time. I would like to bring the membership up-to-date on items of interest.Last Thursday morning, I was part of an international Zoom meeting with the RSCM Director, Hugh Morris, and the Chair of Council, John Hall. Hugh contacts the international Presidents on a regular basis which […]
A New Year – A New Beginning As the new year 2020 has begun, choirs have returned to weekly rehearsals and routines. Here are a few updates from the past while: New President William Lupton was elected as President of RSCM Canada at the 2019 AGM. International Summer School Twelve people from Canada travelled to […]
For Music Sunday 2019, RSCM have commissioned a new anthem by acclaimed composer, Joanna Forbes L’Estrange. God the Holy Trinity is a beautiful, fresh setting of the Blessing for Trinity Sunday – the date for this year’s Music Sunday celebration. It’s an approachable piece with singable lines; the three-part texture is a deliberate reference to […]
RCCO Kingston – Hymn Festival The Royal Canadian College of Organists Kingston Centre presents a Hymn Festival on Saturday 4 May at 2:30pm at St. George’s Cathedral. A selection of traditional and new hymns will be introduced by Eric Friesen and the Rev. Andrew Johnston, and accompanied by members of the RCCO, a massed choir, […]
The Fall 2018 Cantabile, our quarterly newsletter is out!
As September comes to a close, choirs across the country are settling in to their routines and likely you’ve started planning events for the Fall season (All Saints and All Souls is only weeks away!). Here are a few updates from over the summer: RSCM Website The RSCM launched a new website and address […]