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Interview: Simon Lepper, accompanist and professor at the Royal College of Music

My job is a bit of a mixture really — playing in recitals at places like the Wigmore Hall, or in festivals in the UK or abroad, and then teaching at the Royal College, which leads to a lot of adjudicating at competitions.

This week I’ll be rehearsing, teaching an adult student at college, which is a bit different, and doing an interview, and then flying to Sweden to rehearse with a Swedish soprano for the City of London Festival. ...

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Diocese of Lincoln Rector Branston with Nocton and Potterhanworth An exciting opportunity exists for a priest in this growing and developing benefice. We are seeking someone who: is an...  Read More

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Saved from the streets

Saved from the streets

The rescue of a prostitute and brothel-keeper was typical of the early work of the Salvation Army, 150 years old this year  Read More

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Is the Roman Catholic hierarchy in Ireland a spent force?

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The UK must recognise Palestine as a state

Britain urgently needs to act for peace in the Holy Land by recognising Palestine alongside Israel, argues Vincent Fean  Read More

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