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Following the success of last year's Come and Sing St Nicolas, we are inviting singers to join conductor Matthew Morley and the Choir and Orchestra of St Bride's for a performance of part one of Handel's Messiah (and the...

Remembrance Sunday

The Duruflé Requiem will be sung by St Bride's Choir accompanied by St Bride's Orchestra on 9th November as part of the liturgy of Choral Eucharist. The service begins with the Act of Remembrance at 10:50am. The preacher will be the...

Robert Jones Silver Anniversary

St Bride's marks the 25 years Robert Jones has served as Director of Music.

Clare Richards reviews St Bride's second Come & Sing event with guest reader, Joanna Lumley

Students from Selwyn College, Cambridge may not be particularly acknowledged for gaining double firsts in music. Ian Tindale was one of the exceptions last year.

Sir Simon Jenkins joins renowned cellist Orlando Jopling at St Brides to raise money for the INSPIRE! Appeal

Whatever Happened to Christmas?

Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson returns to St Bride's. This time in aid of the INSPIRE! Appeal with special guest, Marc Almond

Britten Canticles Concert Review

As part of their Olympic festival, St Bride's mounted an enterprising concert encompassing all five of Benjamin Britten's Canticles

Claire Seaton celebrates 25 years at St Bride's with a night to remember

Big Society Buildings Ditty

Which organisation has 41,000 branches spread all over the country, many with a full-time employee in charge, and backed up by an army of volunteers?

At 19, the young organist with the world at his feet!

Edward Dean, currently organ scholar at St Bride's, has landed three posts this summer which should clear the way to a highly successful career.

On 5th December St Bride's Choir will perform the world première of O Viridissima Virga by Harry Escott, and Benjamin Britten's Saint Nicolas .

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Review of concert held on Monday 23rd November at St Bride's Church celebrating the life and songs of Judee Sill (1944-1979).

How's this for a musical secret?

The Compton organ is one of London's best kept musical secrets, but St.Bride's great invisible asset impresses the visitors - and delights their ears!

Record Label and the Choir hit a new musical high!!

Robert Jones has just celebrated his 20th year as Director of Music. His gifted and remarkable skills in conducting, organ playing, singing and voice training place him in the Premiership of sacred and indeed secular music.

Review of Laudibus at St Bride's

We "looked forward" in both senses on a balmy Sunday evening, as St Bride's hosted the magical Chamber Choir of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain and its and its long standing musical director Mike Brewer, OBE.

A remarkable journey with an extraordinary choir

Discarding their familiar mid-brown gowns for dinner jackets and evening dresses St Bride's Choir took their audience on a 50-year journey.

Jethro Tull Christmas Concert Review

Back in the early 1970s a leading UK music paper reported that the rock group Jethro Tull had sold out the Los Angeles Forum for an unprecedented five nights, under the headline: "Jethro - Now The World's Biggest Band?". On December 19th the group performed in St Bride's in aid of St Mungo's.

A journey with a famous choir

The widely renowned choir of St Bride's Church, Fleet Street, in the heart of London, was in superlative form for the opening concert...

St Bride's leads the nation

At 10:25am on Thursday 8th September the strains of Jerusalem echoed across the airways...

Desert Island Discs

Leading African poet would take St Bride's record on his castaway island

Krakow Music Festival

Emma Brain-Gabbott reports on the choir's first tour for 16 years