- Traditional Britain Group Conference 2018
- Honorary Fellowship of the Guild of Musicians and Singers
- Review of 2017 Chingford recital
- Arnold Harris Mathew and the Old Catholic Movement in England 1908-52
- Joseph-Rene Vilatte (1854-1929): Some aspects of his life, work and succession
- Piano recital in Chingford
- Central School of Religion Reunion
Author Archives: johnkersey
What has gone wrong with our education system? These days more than ever there are profound concerns among the public as to what pupils and students are being taught, and as to the influence of particular political and other ideologies … Continue reading
With other Honorary Fellows at the ceremony at All Hallows-by-the-Tower, London. The presentation ceremony
(Click to enlarge the images) (from Fanfare, the magazine of the Guild of Musicians and Singers, no. 6, March 2018.
This is the most recent edition of my book on A.H. Mathew.
This is the fourth edition of my work on Vilatte, updated with several additions and corrections. Please note that this edition is more recent than the print edition available via Lulu which will be updated in due course.
Comments from members of the audience: “The D minor sonata was so beautifully played and in particular the crucial bars 143 – 148 and 153 – 158 in the first movement, which present much difficulty for we mere mortals in trying to … Continue reading
Photo credit: © Mike Faherty (cc-by-sa/2.0) At St Jude’s Free Church of England, Balham, on 23 September 2017, before an invited audience of members of the Central School of Religion, I performed Beethoven’s “Hammerklavier” Sonata.
Private universities in Costa Rica – some observations on legal status and international comparability
According to a newspaper article published in 2012, “Costa Rica’s educational system is continually highlighted as one of the best in Latin America and it continues to produce quality graduates that are rapidly absorbed by private companies and state institutions.” … Continue reading
Education: reasserting our culture and values. One of the curious things about education is that, having experienced it at first hand, everyone believes themselves to be an expert on it. This is particularly damaging in the case of politicians, whose … Continue reading