Music

There has always been a strong musical tradition at St. Nicholas’, with an active All Age Choir who lead the tradition of an Anglican sung Eucharist at most of our 10.30am Sunday Services and all special Sunday services.  Michael Foy, our organist and choir master is key to the success of our music.

Our congregations at most Sunday Services enjoy pre-service and post-service organ recitals, played by Michael Foy our musical director, who plays classical organ music on our impressive ‘Norman and Beard’ organ.  For further information about the RSCM music is played each week during 2017, including our hymns and anthems, go to our monthly links below:

September

 

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Each year since 2012, The St. Nicholas’ Singers, our community choir, has performed a summer concert delighting audiences with classical and religious choral music, in aid of church funds.  Since 2013, and following on from the success of the first two annual concerts, the St. Nicholas’ Singers now traditionally perform the first concert which starts the week-long St. Nicholas’ Church Annual Music Festival

st-nicholas-school-choir-3We have continuing links with the St. Nicholas’ Primary School, from where we regularly recruit and welcome young choristers, together with links to other local schools.  We host seasonal services for Merchant Taylor’s Senior Girls School, at Easter, Christmas and end of year.

Pupils from Sacred Heart Catholic Secondary School, Crosby occasionally join us in our Sunday services to contribute their vocal and instrumental solos.  The pupils value the opportunity to develop their performing skills in an impressive venue, as well as adding another dimension to our services.

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