The South Australian branch was the first branch of The Royal School of Church Music to be formed in Australia around 1944, chaired by Canon Horace Percy (HP) Finnis as “Australian Representative”. St Peter’s College, Adelaide was the first choir in Australia affiliated to the RSCM in 1931, followed by St Peter’s Cathedral, Adelaide, in 1932. The committee is based in Adelaide.
|The branch newsletter, Cantoris, is published bi-monthly.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Paul Lesson, long-time committee member on 18 January 2017.
- AGM: Monday 27th February 2017. Please come and support your RSCM branch.
- May – ish Country Visit to Victor Harbor, possibly in May
- Later in 2017 Annual Festival later in the year
193 Walkerville Terrace
WALKERVILLE SA 5081
Dr Ray Booth
|Treasurer & Membership Secretary
Mr Don Orchard
Mr John Skinner
Mr Graham Bell
Branch Committee (includes above officers)
Dr Warren Bourne
Ms Barbara Fitzsimmons Ms Melanie Sandford-Morgan
|Denominational Representatives (appointed by the AGM)|
|Roman Catholic Church
|SA Council of Churches
|Area Representatives (appointed by the Branch Committee)|
Mrs Sally Lightburn (Melrose)
Mr Rick Fisher (Mt Gambier)