Click the download button immediately below to read the Brochure about the forthcoming Wellington based Choir School open to choristers aged 8 to 16 years. It is open to not only those in Wellington but anywhere in NZ and further afield. Further below is another download button for your Registration Form.
NB: click on heading to see full story. RSCM Australia and RSCMNZ made history today when they joined together (10.00am AEST/12Noon NZST Saturday 6 June 2020) in an unique bubble. Fifty-nine representatives from all over Australia with a goodly number of NZers used ZOOM to listen to an inspiring dialogue between The Very Revd. Dr […]
On Saturday 23 May 2020 starting at 7.30am (NZST) The New Zealand regional Royal School of Church Music (RSCMNZ) held its AGM of Councillors forming the ‘National Council’. RSCMNZ is a charity (CC35806) and incorporated society. It functions under Electoral College protocols in accordance with its Constitution and the Collaboration Agreement between RSCM HQ and […]
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 […]
“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)
RSCMNZ President Paul V Ellis has been recognised in the 2019 New Year’s Honours list by The Queen
RSCM Council grants Awards to people who have made significant contributions to church music and through related activities which generally enhance the work of the RSCM.
Masses of Anglicans from far and wide gathered 11.00am Saturday 9 February 2019 at Christchurch’s Boys’ High School auditorium for the Episcopal Ordination of Reverend Dr Peter Carrell as the Diocese’s 9th Bishop.
On 27 July 2018, RSCM UK announced that The Very Reverdend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster Abbey would succeed retired Lord Brian Gill as Chairman of Council for the worldwide Royal School of Church Music (RSCM).