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Gregorian Chant in the time of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

No physical access to the liturgy during the epidemic does not mean that we are entirely excluded from it. Fortunately both sung Mass and the Divine Office are now available on-line. The following sites list churches and religious houses which provide live streaming – video or audio – (retained for a limited period as recorded files in case you miss the real-time transmission):

https://www.barroux.org/en/liturgie/messe-sur-internet.html

https://www.lms.org.uk/list-of-churches-with-streaming

(If you would like to hear the sung Mass in the case of Le Barroux you will find that it follows on immediately after the Office of Terce).

 

Schola Gregoriana Gregorian Chant Instruction 2019

Directed by Dr. Peter Wilton, B.Ed (Hons.)  M.Mus

(Editor of chant for the Office of Vespers for Westminster Cathedral Choir)

Discover the profound beauty and infinite variety of this timeless music by learning to sing it.
From 6.30 (after end of Mass) to 8 pm.   

Mondays  24th June, 29th July,  26th August,  23rd September,  28th October, 25th November

At  St. James’s,  Spanish Place,    George Street,  London,  W1

(nearest tube station:  Bond Street) 

Study will include square notation, pre-stave neumes, interpretation, music for the Mass, daily offices, music for special occasions, psalmody and texts in different languages.

Anyone able to sing in tune is welcome, with or without chant experience.

Cost:  £5 per evening