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The Royal School of Church Music is an educational charity committed to promoting the study, practice and improvement of music in Christian worship. We are an open, lifelong learning organisation, offering face-to-face and distance education and training through its programmes, published resources, courses and activities.

The RSCM supports a world-wide membership of churches, schools and individuals, and is sustained by thousands of donors and volunteers worldwide. In a diverse international context, we aim to make all our work ecumenical in purpose, nature and content.

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February 21, 2020

Winter is coming

For an experience of wonderment, plan to enrol in the RSCM Australia Brisbane Winter Choir School. In fact there are three courses: Adults, Primary School and Secondary School. They will be centred in the Brisbane Town Hall and St John’s Cathedral. For your diary, the schools will run from Saturday 4 July to Sun 12 […]

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February 19, 2020

Auckland & Waikato event changed

Please note the combined Auckland and Waikato Branches’ Sat 7 March 2020 event has been cancelled. But the Organ Recital by Peter Gould on Sun 8 March 2020 starting 2.00pm at St Mark’s Remuera is an occasion not to be missed. Click “Download” (also found on the Auckland and Waikato Branch pages as well as […]

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November 4, 2019

NB: & W/E: So RAAI

Waikato NOTES November 2019 for everyone to Note Well (NB) and a March ahead for a Choral Weekend (W/E in March 2020) when Waikato and Auckland branches combine for an inspiring event. Refer to NOTES and the Pamphlet about the Choral Weekend at St Mark’s Remuera, Auckland, to Read All About It (RAAI). These items […]

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July 3, 2019

Sir Sydney’s Sydney Inspiration

“Sydney inSpires”, the Winter Choir School in Sydney New South Wales, Australia, will be a fitting commemoration event of the now named world-wide Royal School of Church Music (RSCM)

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March 6, 2019

President Ellis honoured

RSCMNZ President Paul V Ellis has been recognised in the 2019 New Year’s Honours list by The Queen

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