Enriching music in worship across the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich
InHarmony is St Edmundsbury Cathedral's project to enrich music in worship in the churches across the Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich.
Following the publication of the InHarmony Report in January 2018, we have begun a programme of training events and resourcing, responding to the needs expressed in the survey, and encouraging new approaches to help parishes develop music in worship appropriate to their needs.
InHarmony is led by Richard Hubbard, St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Music Development Director. Richard brings a wealth of experience as a church musician and educator across a wide range of music and worship genres. He is also a Lecturer in Music and Worship at London School of Theology, and Artistic Director of Cantus Firmus Trust.
InHarmony has been made possible by the generous support of the Foundation of St Edmund.
A survey of music for worship in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich
St Edmundsbury Cathedral gained a river of light for InHarmony's Taizé service on 13 May, attended by over 150 people.
Workshops to help churches hold their own Taizé services are planned for 2019.
A Pilgrimage of Song 1
Saturday 2 June
Lark Valley, near Bury St Edmunds
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Taizé at the cathedral...
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InHarmony in the national news
On Easter Monday The Daily Telegraph published an article that homed in on the InHarmony Report's statistics about shortage of church organists. This led to a feature on BBC Look East, featuring Adrian Marple (organist at St Mary's Bury) and Cathedral Canon Precentor Philip Banks.
Following this Richard Hubbard gave live interviews on 17 BBC local radio stations across the UK.
Saturday 16 June
St Michael's, Framlingham
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