Jazz and gospel music in an evening service at the Methodist Central Hall chapel. All welcome. Featuring the Dan Farshaw Quartet and guest vocalists.
Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir
Basel Saleh, oud
Mohammad Saleh, qanun
Omran Zein, percussion
Edward Crosse, cantor
Malcolm Hicks, organ
Lucy Winkett, soprano
Patrick Craig, counter-tenor
As part of St James's Piccadilly's ‘Suspended’ season, they present an evening of words and music, focussing on the ongoing refugee crisis, and the ‘suspended’ lives of those displaced from their homes and still living in camps. The evening will feature contributions from musicians and speakers from the Christian, Muslim and Jewish traditions.
Tickets: £15 (£12 concession over 60s, under 18s, full time NUS and unwaged)
Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir are joined by Sue Perkins (BBC's Great British Bake Off) and Wei (hip hop artist, Greenjade) for a gospel reprise of the traditional Nine Lessons and Carols, featuring readings from King James and Word On The Street bibles, original script and gospel arrangements of Christmas classics including 'Hark! The Herald Angels Sing', 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen' and 'Go Tell It On The Mountain'. A soulful and joyful start to the festival of Christmas!
Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir are joined by Mel Giedroyc (BBC's Great British Bake Off) and Wei (hip hop artist, Greenjade) for an abridged gospel reprise of the traditional Nine Lessons and Carols, featuring readings from King James and Word On The Street bibles, original script and gospel arrangements of Christmas classics including 'Hark! The Herald Angels Sing', 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen' and 'Go Tell It On The Mountain'. A soulful and joyful start to the festival of Christmas!
The Arkyard Sessions is a new monthly music night at the Notting Hill Arts Club in London that showcases the very best the UK has to offer. Music styles that range from Gospel & Folk to Hip Hop and Rock, The Arkyard Sessions is sure to have something for everyone. In partnership with UK Charity Tearfund.
Daughters of Davis - Dire Pitan - London Community Gospel Choir
Age restriction to 18+
Jazz and gospel with the Dan Fawshaw jazz group, in a special recorded service for BBC Songs of Praise. It will take place in the beautiful Methodist Central Hall, in Westminster. All are welcome but you should email SOPcongregations@avantimedia.tv to book your place in advance.
I'm delighted to be visiting Darlington to lead a gospel singing workshop for the Vocal Collective choir. Find out more by following the link to the Facebook event!
I'll be singing with Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir outside in the lovely courtyard at St James's Piccadilly for a special eco-themed service, with lots of gospel music from our choir and band. All welcome.
Join me in a Georgian living room for a tiny gig with a difference! This one-hour show will feature some of my favourite jazz songs and gospel tunes, and at least one original piece of music penned by me. I'll be joined by the incomparable Liam Dunachie on piano, and hopefully a special guest too...
The show will be videoed - but don't worry, the audience will not be on camera. As the space is small and the cameras will take up a lot of space, there are only 15 tickets available for this gig.
Special performance blending classic gospel songs and spoken word from renowned theologian Lucy Winkett. Stage time TBC.
Join Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir for a gospel music service - outside in the courtyard, if the weather is fine. All welcome, just turn up!
I'll be leading a gospel singing workshop at St James's Piccadilly - come along! It's open to the public and open to any ability. The workshop runs from 4.30-5.30pm; we'll learn a gospel song together, and sing it with Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir in their 6pm outdoor service in the courtyard.
Please join us for a wonderful night of music and celebration as we remember our dear friend and long-standing choir member Phillipa who passed away 6 months ago.
Performances from London Community Gospel Choir and friends! Special guests The BIG Sing Choir, IDMC plus more being confirmed!
Doors at 7 - show starts at 8pm.
£10- Limited Early Bird Tickets
£12 - Standard tickets
£5 - Children 12 & under
£15 - on the door payments accepted
All profits to be donated to the family of Phillipa Bennett.
Food will be available for sale courtesy of Oliver's Food 4 Life.
Join the King Cave Project in song with weird and wonderful music at the 11am service. All welcome.
Weird and wonderful musical offerings from the King Cave Project, a jazz/gospel/Americana collective, at Heath Street Baptist Church in Hampstead. All welcome!
I'll be leading a one-hour free gospel singing workshop at St James's Piccadilly. Come and learn a gospel song together, which we'll perform with Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir outside in the evening gospel music service. Last time we did this, 50 people came to the workshop, and we had an epic time!
Join Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir, the wonderful gospel artist, Tracey Campbell and St James's Rector, The Revd Lucy Winkett for a joyful celebration of Easter Sunday with gospel songs, readings and reflections.
Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir has sung regular monthly services at St James's Church, Piccadilly for the last 3 years on the second Sunday of the month at 6pm. We will be performing outside if the weather is fine, and the celebration will start at 3pm.
Join us there for this not-to-be-missed gospel spectacular.
Free Admission. All Welcome.
One True Vine draws pure water from the deep wells of the American mountain gospel tradition. Multi-instrumentalists Ewan King and Chris Little, and jazz-gospel vocalist Alison Beck, perform a patchwork collection of songs from originals, through well-established classics, on to exciting discoveries newly plucked from ill-merited obscurity...
Come and join us at the Red Door Cafe in Greenwich. Tickets on the door: £10.
Lunchtime concert at Heath Street Baptist Church in Hampstead, part of the Heath Street Arts concert series. One True Vine will present a programme of Appalachian-inspired soul and gospel music, featuring jazz-gospel vocalist Alison Beck and multi-instrumentalists Ewan King and Chris Little.
Free entry; donation taken at the end.