Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church
Sloane Street, London, SW1X 9BZ
  • Telephone 0207 730 7270
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  • Website www.holytrinitysloanesquare.co.uk

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Built in 1888-90 by the architect John Dando Sedding. It has an important collection of stained glass, including an enormous east window by Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris. The church was badly damaged by bombs during the Blitz but was restored to its former glory by the early 1960s.

A local choral society has been formed by director of music Oliver Lallemant with plans to create a choir school. Liturgical choral music is performed most months by conQordia, comprised of members of the BBC Symphony Chorus.

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Durufle Requiem

Illuminare choir continues its series of concerts in Holy Trinity, Sloane Square, with a unique and unmissable programme. Providing the centrepiece to the programme is Duruflé’s Requiem setting based on ancient plainsong melodies which is accompanied by renowned organist Peter Holder, Sub-Organist at St Paul’s Cathedral…

Sat 4 Mar

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