Ronny Krippner


Musical notes from Croydon Minster

Posted on February 16th, by David Morgan in Culture. 2 comments

The history of organ and choral music in Croydon’s parish church

A visitor to Croydon Minster once said to me that she liked to attend a morning service there every so often, because when the organist plays at the close of the service it is so good, it is just like going to a concert.

Such glorious organ music has long been a feature of many … Read More »



Molten gold in the minster: review of ‘A Celebration of Victorian Church Music’

Posted on April 10th, by Rosie Edser in Culture. 1 Comment

Rosie Edser experiences both an hour of gloriousness and an education

My Soul Doth Magnify The Lord: A Celebration of Victorian Church Music at Croydon Minster, Saturday March 29th

Some of the six Archbishops of Canterbury who are buried in Croydon Minster may have twitched uncomfortably in their graves at the thought of sacred worship music being performed to an applauding audience, but it … Read More »