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The choir of St Peter’s enjoyed another successful residency at the beginning of January, this time at the magnificent Durham Cathedral. The visit started with a bang on Friday 6th with a Festal Evensong for the Feast of the Epiphany. Blair in b minor turned out to be the Dean’s favourite setting of the canticles, and hearing Rutter’s stirring 'Arise, shine' was a new experience for many. The weekend continued with Evensong on Saturday, followed by an excellent meal at St Chad’s College (where a number of our party were staying). We were joined by James Randle, Director of Music at St Chad’s, and former St Peter’s chorister; along with his wife Katie, the cathedral’s music administrator. As always, the support of our friends and families was greatly appreciated during this trip, and it was particularly good to see the Reverend Leslie Morley (Rector at St Peter’s, 1985-99) at several of the services. The choir also greatly enjoyed being verged into Evensong each day by our very own Michael Scott! An exhausting yet hugely fulfilling Sunday singing Matins, Eucharist and Evensong completed our stay. The Dean of Durham, the Very Reverend Michael Sadgrove was most complimentary about the choir’s singing, and it was a great privilege to be able to contribute to the worship at this greatest of Norman cathedrals.
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All Saints' Church - Raleigh Street, NG7 4DP
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