Trinity Term 2022
Music. Download the current Music List >
Preachers. This term’s visiting preachers are:
- 1 May (Sunday of 2nd week) Dr Tatiana Kalveks, curate-designate of St Alfege, Greenwich; Old Member and former choral scholar.
- 15 May (Sunday of 4th week) The Revd Marcus Green, Chaplain-designate; currently Rector of Steeple Aston with North Aston and Tackley.
- 22 May (Sunday of 5th week) The Revd Dr Christopher O’Neill, fellow of Harris Manchester College and Old Member
- 29 May (Sunday of 6th week) The Revd Canon Dr Sandra Millar, Hon Canon of Gloucester Cathedral and sometime Head of Life Events for the Church of England
Art Exhibition in College. The Chapel is one of the venues for the College Art Exhibition (from 5-11 May) and there will be a Service of Thanksgiving for the Arts on Thursday of 2nd week (5 May) at 6 pm, on the opening night of the Exhibition.
Worcester College Choir sings at Worcester Cathedral. Our Choir will be singing Evensong at Worcester Cathedral on Tuesday of 4th week (17 May) at 5.30 pm. There will be no service in Chapel that evening.
Roman Catholic Mass. On Monday of 6th week (30 May) at 6 pm, one of the Catholic Chaplains will say Mass in our Chapel. All welcome.
Jubilee Service for The Queen. On the seventieth anniversary of her Coronation (Thursday of 6th week / 2 June), we will give thanks for the long life and service of Her Majesty The Queen with a special service of Choral Evensong. Music will include ‘We wait for thy loving kindness’, written by former Worcester organ scholar Sir William McKie, who as director of music at Westminster Abbey led the music at the Coronation, and Sir C Hubert H Parry’s ‘I was Glad’, which was sung at the Coronation.
Music by the Lake. The College Choir and Worcester Allsorts present a concert of light music for the summertime at the lakeside (at the bottom of Nuffield Lawn) on Monday of 8th week (13 June) at 7 pm.
Chineke! Voices Concert in Chapel. On Friday of 8th week (17 June) Chineke! Voices vocal ensemble give us a unique opportunity to hear the works of one of the first known composers in the history of classical music of African descent: the 16th-century Portuguese composer Vicente Lusitano (1520-1561). His music survives in manuscript, rarely heard or performed but lovingly researched and edited for this concert by Joseph McHardy. Further details to follow.