St Maximilian Kolbe Children’s Choir

Launched in January 2019, St Maximilian Kolbe Children’s Choir is based in Beeston, two miles south of Leeds city centre. The choir comprises local children from St Anthony of Padua and St Francis of Assisi Catholic Primary Schools who love singing and show great vocal and musical potential. The choir is part of our internationally-acclaimed Schools Singing Programme and provides the highest quality musical training with opportunities to perform and sing services in the St Maximilian Kolbe Parish Churches and Leeds Cathedral. 

Fabulous! We're so glad you enjoyed having our lovely visitors @blairschool with you - great to hear Mr Lee's excellent work too! 🎶🎵🎵🎶

Episode 1 of Pipe Up! is out now. Valerie Barr, our accomplished Accordion Tutor, offers insights into the accordion scene in the UK and internationally, as well as giving some lovely demonstrations of the accordion’s distinctive musical features.

What a wonderful morning we’ve had working with the amazing students & staff from Vanderbilt’s @blairschool 🎶 🌟 Truly inspirational 🎶🌟 @DOLMusic

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14 hours ago

Diocese of Leeds Music
We've had a great time over the last three Sundays at 'Lead the Singing', a series of choral workshops for parish musicians in the Diocese of Leeds. Thanks to everyone who took part and raised the roof in the Cathedral this afternoon! ... See MoreSee Less
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15 hours ago

Diocese of Leeds Music
Bradford Catholic Boys Choir sang brilliantly at St Joseph's Church this morning, before heading to Laserquest in the afternoon! What a fun day for our choristers! ... See MoreSee Less
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23 hours ago

Diocese of Leeds Music
This week's sung services at Leeds Cathedral. We're delighted to welcome our visitors from Vanderbilt University to sing with the Cathedral Boys and Scholars this morning. In addition, Bradford Catholic Boys' Choir are singing for Mass at St Joseph's Church, Bradford, this morning (10am) and Huddersfield Junior Choir are singing for Mass at St Patrick's Church, Huddersfield, at 11.30am. ... See MoreSee Less
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Episode 1 of Pipe Up! is out now. Valerie Barr, our accomplished Accordion Tutor, offers insights into the accordion scene in the UK and internationally, as well as giving some lovely demonstrations of the accordion’s distinctive musical features.This year’s first Festival podcast goes live at 12 noon, featuring the wonderful Valerie Barr chatting with David Pipe about her work as an accordionist.Do tune in: anchor.fm/leedsiof/episodes/Valerie-Barr-e1ipg8k ... See MoreSee Less
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We’re looking forward to David Grealy’s improvisation masterclass in Leeds Cathedral tomorrow at 6:30 pm. Observers are very welcome and admission is free. ... See MoreSee Less
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