Diocesan Choir Dates 2018
The next event for the Diocesan Choir is the Glastonbury Pilgrimage on July 8th. The Pilgrimage is an annual event in the grounds of the ruined Abbey at Glastonbury, with a Procession of the Statue of Our Lady and Mass celebrated by Bishop Declan.
Anyone is welcome to join us for the Mass and Procession - singers in particular with a few chances for instrumentalists - as we'll rehearse on the day in the grounds.
If you would like to come along and sing, please click on the button below to register your interest. We will only use this information to estimate numbers and if required, to contact you about this event. We will delete the data supplied after the event (or if you change your mind). Registering does not imply commitment - we'll understand if you can't make it on the day (or if it's too hot!)
Welcome to the Clifton Diocese Music Service.
The Music Service is based at Clifton Roman Catholic Cathedral in Bristol, where we provide a wide range of music for Masses and other celebrations at the Cathedral, both as a part of parish life and as a part of the wider diocese.
Whether you are from the parish of Clifton, the diocese of Clifton or from elsewhere, you are welcome to browse our site where you will find details of our musicians, the music we create as part of the liturgy, and much more.
To listen to and subscribe to our Jerusalem Award Winning podcasts, with music by Richard Jeffrey-Gray, visit www.cliftondiocese.com/let-us-pod.
We came out the winner - against 10 others, including traditional broadcasters such as the BBC - in the new media category.
We have a dynamic music team here at Clifton, who are active outside the Church in music to bring a fresh approach to music in the liturgy. Our team also compose and arrange music for the liturgy in differing styles, so we can truly say that the music we provide is from plainsong to music on which the ink is still wet. Our mission is to bring ourselves and the people we meet closer to God through our music, meeting them where they are in their journey in faith, in their understanding of what music can do for them and with them in the spirit of what we sing for and with them. Although we do do other things too - see www.hoxa.net we sang at the last ever flight of Concorde!