Chesterton said, “The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried.”

NEXT CONCERT - WEDNESDAY 23 MARCH - Hexachord

Plorans, ploravit
Penitential and Lenten a cappella sacred music from 16th century England, including
WHITE Lamentations à5; Exaudiat te, Domine
TALLIS Miserere nostri; Sancte Deus
TYE Peccavimus
SHEPPARD Media vita
MUNDY Adolescentulus sum ego
performed by HEXACHORD directed by Simon Lillystone
at 7:30pm in the CONVENTUAL CHURCH OF SAINT JOHN OF JERUSALEM

This concert is the last in the St John’s Concert Series for 2010/2011 arranged through the collaboration of St John’s Hospice and the Order of Malta.

The series aims to raise funds and awareness for the only independent Catholic hospice in Central London.

Entry is by free programme available at the door, for which a suggested donation of £15 per audience member is requested, or other donation as generously as you feel able.

Refreshments will be available in the interval, and the church is very easy to reach by bus and tube (St John’s Wood Station).