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Dr Peter Siepmann

Organist & Director of Music

Email:
peter.siepmann@nottinghamchurches.org

Biography

Peter first came to St Peter's & All Saints' as Music Associate in 2002 whilst studying at the University of Nottingham (from which he holds both undergraduate and doctorate degrees). He was appointed Organist & Director of Music in 2007. Alongside his church work, Peter is Head of Academic Music at Repton School, Accompanist & Assistant Director of Music of the Nottingham Bach Choir and an examiner for the ABRSM. Peter is a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, a Past President of the Nottingham & District Society of Organists and sits on the regional committee of the Royal School of Church Music.

 

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opening hours

The Parish Office

Monday 9am - 4.30pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 4.30pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

St Peter's

Monday - Saturday, 10am - 4pm

St Mary's

Monday - Saturday, 10am - 3pm

For information on service times at All Saints', St Mary's & St Peter's, visit the services page

location

Map of All Saints', St Mary's and St Peter's churches, and the Parish office

All Saints' Church - Raleigh Street, NG7 4DP
St Mary's Church - High Pavement, NG1 1HN
St Peter's Church - St Peter's Gate, NG1 2NW

contact details

Please contact the Parish Office for details of any events or to get in touch with a member of staff.

The office is situated on the upper floor of the St Peter's Centre, on the south side of St Peter's Church and adjacent to Marks & Spencer.

The Parish Office

The Parish Office
St Peter's Centre, St Peter's Square
Nottingham, United Kingdom,
NG1 2NW

0115 948 3658 (+44 115 948 3658 outside the UK)

office@nottinghamchurches.org

Further information

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