As you may know, unless you’re reading my blog for the very first time, my name is James and my day job is as musician, leading the music at Chelmsford Cathedral. I’ve been a fan of the Equestrian discipline of Eventing for just over 10 years and from my first experience of watching the CrossContinue reading “Up and over”
Firstly, apologies for being so quiet on the blogging front; the month after Christmas is usually a quiet time and I’d hoped to be writing more, but there was quite a lot to do and I didn’t find the time. The last two months have been up and down; the weather has been atrocious andContinue reading “Making the best of it”
Work has rather overtaken me from a blogging angle: it’s a new thing and I’ve not quite got into my stride. There will be more blogs on a regular basis from now, and the post-Christmas effects are all settling down into a more manageable pattern. Since Christmas I’ve had some great sessions with Max, includingContinue reading “Getting back to it”
It’s been a busy month with work, and difficult to fit in much decent exercise with Max, and on top of that, turnout has been restricted by the awful weather. Despite that, we had a brilliant jumping lesson yesterday: Max jumped well – he knows his job and loves it – I began to improveContinue reading “Half a year with Max”
My day job is a good one and creative: I’m Organist and Master of the Choristers at Chelmsford’s Anglican Cathedral, meaning that I have overall responsibility for the music at services and concerts, and I direct the Cathedral Choir, a group of boys and adults that sing five times a week in central Chelmsford. ThisContinue reading “An organist goes eventing”
Hello and thank you for reading this. My name is James, and I’m a professonal musician, specialising in the organ, piano, and choral conducting. I’m also a keen equestrian, having been properly introduced to horses just over ten years ago. Quite soon after I was also introduced to Eventing (the multi-discipline sport of dressage, crossContinue reading “The Eventing Organist”
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.
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