For tickets and more details of upcoming events please contact Esther Kay 01531 670 634
- The Rundle Ensemble – Friday 4th August 2023 at 7:00pm
- James Lancelot organ recital – Saturday 2nd September 2023 at 7:00pm
- Harvest Ceilidh – Friday 22nd September, Bosbury Parish Hall
- Folk from the Folk – Saturday 21st October 2023 at 7:30pm
- Fascinatin’ Rhythm Jazz Duo + limitless puddings! – Friday 10th November 2023
- Refugium Chamber Choir, Music for Remembrance – Saturday 18th November
- Ledbury Community Brass Band – Thursday 7th December 2023
An organ recital by James Lancelot – Saturday September 2nd at 7:00pm
Bosbury are delighted to welcome James Lancelot to give a recital on the church’s Speechly and Ingram organ.
Friday 22nd September – Harvest Ceilidh in Bosbury Parish Hall
The Rundle Ensemble – Friday 4th August at 7:00pm
Chamber music perfect for a summer’s evening, performed by John Parsons, Wynne Harries, Andrea Harries and Roger Allen
Music for All – Saturday July 1st at 7:00pm
Music by the village and friends, for the village and friends. Concert-goers and performers welcome, call Esther Kay on 01531 670 634 if you’d like to perform.
Cider City Jazz – Saturday 3rd June
This is the fifth concert in the 2023 series – featuring Hereford-based jazz band Cider City Jazz.
Refugium Chamber Choir – Kings and Queens – Sunday May 7th
Mark the King’s Coronation with Refugium Chamber Choir! This varied programme of music will take you on a journey of 500 years of choral music with royal connections, from 16th century Chapel Royal composers Tallis and Byrd to 20th century coronation favourites by Vaughan Williams and SS Wesley, and from Handel’s majestic Coronation Anthems to Purcell’s sombre music for the funeral of Queen Mary. This concert is the fourth in Bosbury’s 2023 concert series.
Hereford Chamber Choir – Evensong and Concert
Alive and Brel – March 2023
A bit of French flair is coming to Bosbury, featuring the music of the iconic singer-songwriter Jacques Brel, whose songs are famed for their emotional power and ironic wit.
Featuring well-known hits such as Ne Me Quitte Pas/If You Go Away and Amsterdam, the cabaret troupe ‘Alive and Brel’ offer an evening of stirring songs that have been likened to miniature films, laced with dark and passionate observations which paint a tableau of imperfect humanity. Brel’s songs have been recorded by stars ranging from Scott Walker to David Bowie and Marc Almond.
‘Alive and Brel’ have performed in theatres across the region, where Stage Talk magazine said “the blending of the three voices was particularly pleasing and gave the performance originality” while the Hereford Times call ‘Alive and Brel’ “a charming way to end the evening”. The songs of Jacques Brel are guaranteed to bring a smile to your lips or a tear to your eye.
Mozart’s Birthday Concert – Friday 27th January 2023 at 7:00pm
An evening of music by Mozart performed by friends of Holy Trinity Bosbury, from early to late compositions and from solos and duos to larger groups! The pieces will be performed in chronological order of composition. In aid of church funds, more information from Esther Kay 01531670634 and at www.holytrinitybosbury.org
Ledbury Brass Band – Thursday 15th December 2022 @ 7:15pm
What could be more Christmassy than Christmas music played by a brass band? Enjoy an evening of festive music and join in with the carols as Ledbury Community Brass Band, directed by Jacob Ashworth, present their selection of seasonal favourites.
Ledbury Band was formed ten years ago, and plays at events all around the local area, including Ledbury’s Remembrance Sunday, the Christmas lights switch on and the Ledbury town carol service.
The band was able to keep going through COVID thanks to the internet. Since restarting face to face rehearsals last year the band has gained a number of players and is going from strength to strength. New members are always welcome.
Jacob Ashworth was appointed as the band’s Musical Director in 2019. He is a conductor, choir leader and composer who has won several prestigious competitions.
Tickets for the concert are £10 (Children under 16 free).
All proceeds are to be divided between St Michael’s Hospice and church funds.
Interval drinks and seasonal nibbles will be served, with donations invited.
For more information please contact Esther Kay 01531 670634.
In the Stillness – Sunday 27th November 2022 @ 7:30pm
A programme of music and readings for the Advent season in aid of Church funds and the Ledbury Food Bank. Music will include music by contemporary composers Sally Beamish, James MacMillan and Paul Manz as well as music from the Renaissance and some inbetween!
The Glories of English Song – 8th October 2022
A programme of music for voice (tenor) and piano from English composers such as Butterworth, Finzi and Vaughan Williams. Performed by Matthew Thomson and Roger Allen.
Conspiro Clarinets and Cake – Saturday 11th June @ 3:30pm
Conspiro are a clarinet group playing everything from show music to popular, classical and jazz. They play E flat, B flat, alto, bass and contra-alto clarinet and they’re coming to Bosbury! Join them for music and cake on Saturday 11th June at 3:30pm.
Elgar Comes to Bosbury – Saturday May 7th at 7:00pm
Music for Violin and Piano played by John Parsons and Roger Allen
In aid of Bosbury Church Organ Restoration Fund
Tickets £10 Adult
Bosbury’s Holy Trinity Church is hosting an intriguing and unusual exhibition called Gethsemane Garments this Easter.
The Exhibition consists of 4 large, unique robes exploring struggle and suffering but also hope in the world. The Garments were created using a mixture of machine and hand-sewing, dyed, painted and printed materials including beads, shells, bone and a variety of synthetic and natural fabrics.
Those who have staged it say
“This stunning Exhibition is both colourful and unique.
Each garment is larger than life and all who visit the Exhibition cannot fail to be moved and impressed.
Each garment speaks to people differently. ”
The exhibition is positioned at different points around the church giving visitors space to walk around each exhibit at their leisure and discover what the garments say to them.
A printed guide is available for those who want a more guided introduction to the Exhibition.
The Exhibition runs from Thursday 31st March to Sunday 24th April and is open daily during daylight hours.
The Exhibition is part of Holy Trinity Church’s
celebration of Easter.
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A Musical Meditation – Good Friday April 15th at 7:00pm
Refugium present a programme of music and readings for Lent and Passiontide
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Refugium, a chamber choir formed in the wake of lockdown, gave a highly acclaimed debut concert of Remembrance music in Bosbury church last November.
They return with a programme of music for Lent and Passiontide, singing some of the most moving choral music ever written, including Purcell’s ‘Hear my prayer’, Lotti’s ‘Crucifixus’ and Allegri’s ‘Miserere’, interspersed with biblical and non-biblical readings.
With Roger Allen, Organ.
Music for All Saints and Remembrance – Saturday 20th November at 7:30pm
Join Refugium for an evening of acapella and accompanied music for All Saints and Remembrance! The programme comprises music from the Renaissance right through to contemporary compositions, including Faure’s beautiful Requiem, with Roger Allen on organ.
Broomdasher – Saturday 16th October 2021 at 7:00pm
The Country Diary in Song is a new folk musical celebrating the 150th birthday of The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady author Edith Holden.
If brings her diary to life through well-loved folk songs like Wild Mountain Thyme; Bushes and Briars; If I was a Blackbird; Seeds of Love and Country Life.
You’re encouraged to join in choruses as London-based acapella folk group Broomdasher intertwine Edith’s beautiful descriptions with songs collected by Cecil Sharp and Ralph Vaughan Williams at the same time she was writing her diary,.to recreate a much-loved bygone era.