Sunday Worship: A Word for All Seasons

Sunday Worship: A Word for All Seasons

This Sunday (19th July) at 8:10am, the BBC Radio 4 Sunday Worship programme features hymns and motets from CDs recorded by the Leeds Diocesan Choirs. Find a full list of our recordings here. During the current lockdown, please consider supporting our young singers and...
Choral continuation: Singing through a pandemic

Choral continuation: Singing through a pandemic

Our Director of the Schools Singing Programme Tom Leech writes for the Incorporated Society of Musicians blog – how we will not let the pandemic destroy the musical futures of the children we work with and how we must not let choral/classical music become even...
Hymns at Home: One Diocese, Many Voices

Hymns at Home: One Diocese, Many Voices

We are proud to present ‘Hymns at Home: One Diocese, Many Voices’ – a celebration of the hard work our choir members, instrumental pupils, school communities and staff have put in to keep making music during lockdown. On Sunday 12th July at 3pm we...
Moving the Organists’ Training Programme online

Moving the Organists’ Training Programme online

The global pandemic has made all instrumental teachers drastically rethink the ways in which they can deliver high-quality, engaging teaching. In the Diocese of Leeds, we had to respond quickly to the enforced lockdown and consequent closure of schools: how could the...
LIOF Live Preview

LIOF Live Preview

David Pipe, Artistic Director and Ben Saunders, Diocesan Director of Music discuss the upcoming LIOF Live. Tune in each Monday at 1.15 pm on lioflive.org.uk for Leeds International Organ Festival Live. Remember to like, subscribe and share. 11/05 Jonathan Rennert...
Leeds International Organ Festival Live

Leeds International Organ Festival Live

We’re delighted that, despite the current situation, the billed Monday recitalists will be generously providing some short video and audio clips for us to broadcast each week on our Leeds International Organ Festival YouTube channel: lioflive.org.uk. Audiences can now...