Sacred music in Leeds

We attended a themed concert last night covering sacred music before/after Reformation and great Western schism. 

Aljosa Josh Skorja brilliantly arranged, conducted and entertained – bringing beauty to a little Methodist Church in Leeds.

http://www.skorja.com/new-page

I kind of reunited with listening to sacred music when I lived in Oxford. When I was campaigning most evenings, I got a bus back from some part of West Oxfordshire and to catch the next bus, I walked along a small side street by one of the colleges. It was always dark and you could see lights of chapel windows with beautiful music emerging – making the winter cold a little less biting, taking the edge off the constant journeys.

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