This year, more than ever, with families separate and Carol Services not happening in their traditional form, we are excited to be able to share with you this opportunity to come together as a collective voice on Saturday 12 December at 6.00pm (GMT).
We are delighted to confirm that we have some VERY special guests who will be joining us as readers and contributing to the service including HRH the Prince of Wales, The Rt Hon Theresa May, Rt Revd Rowan Williams (former Archbishop of Canterbury), Timothy Bentinck (‘David Archer’) and Alexander Armstrong. There will be a wide variety of music including John Rutter conducting one of his own carols.
This year, more than ever, with families separate and Carol Services not happening in their traditional form, we are excited to be able to share with you this opportunity to come together as a collective voice.
Download the free order of service here.
In association with the Churches Conservation Trust we will be broadcasting from the beautiful All Saints’ church in the heart of Cambridge. The music will include well-known and loved favourites, as well as approachable new carols.
Both downloadable and printed music packs are available to purchase (follow the links below), and we will be providing rehearsal tracks to help singers around the world practise in their own time.
Watch out on our social media feeds over the next few weeks for announcements about our very special guests…
It’s easy to get involved:
1. Scroll to the link below to download the music from our webshop. There is a small charge for it*, but it’s a one-off payment that will enable you to share the music with your whole choir. Alternatively, you can buy your own printed copy.
2. Share the music with all the singers in your choir.
3. Use the practice tracks to rehearse in your own time.
4. To help us and the CCT know who is joining the carol service, why not register here to show your support?
5. Join us on the RSCM Centre YouTube channel to join in — the link will be available below in due course.
* We are a charity — we don’t get money from the Government, or from the church — and we need to make sure we are able to continue to supply the resources and help that is needed now more than ever. Thank you.