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Training events
and choral festivals
church musicians

Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire
& Berkshire
(the Diocese of Oxford)

Hugh Brocklehurst, who ran the RSCM Oxford Awards programme for many years, died on March 31st, at the age of 87. His memorial service will be held this Saturday, April 25th, at 3 pm in St Francis of Assisi, Terriers, the church he served as, progressively, choirister, choirmaster and organist, for 80 years.
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The Royal School of Church Music (RSCM)
was founded in 1927 by Sir Sydney Nicholson, organist of Westminster Abbey, to raise standards in church music with courses and publications for organists, choirs and choir trainers. Voluntary committees like ours organise local events, and RSCM headquarters runs national ones. The RSCM is the Church of England's music arm, but it also welcomes musicians of other denominations.
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