St George’s Parktown | RSCM | Marnus Greyling



Saturday 2 April at 11:00

Come and sing your favourite hymns in the beautiful and historic St George’s Parktown, 

accompanied by Marnus Greyling on the magnificent Rieger organ.

Whether you have experience singing in a choir, or simply love to sing hymns, 

this is a morning for everyone – bring the whole family

Tickets are R30pp

Please book by sending an email to

The Royal School of Church Music is an organisation that strives to enrich and protect church music throughout the world.

Proceeds for this event will help the RSCM Northern Branch facilitate more workshops in this regard.

Music plays a vital role in the life and worship of St. George’s Anglican Church, Johannesburg. With the installation of a new Rieger organ in 2012, the music of the church has been greatly uplifted. The church now has an extensive programme of choral music (through its own church choir, and visiting performers) as well as many organ and other instrumental recitals. The primary focus of the music at St.George’s is, of course, the worship of God as part of the living tradition of the Anglican Church.

In the documents below, you will find all the information concerning the music of St. George’s Anglican Church, and we welcome you to join us in our regular acts of worship, as well as the many non-liturgical musical events the church hosts.

Marnus Greyling
Director of Music & Organist

St. George’s Organ Information

A magnificent custom-made Reiger organ was installed in 2012 after many years of planning. The donors, Nicky and Strilli Oppenheimer generously made this instrument available, not only to enrich and enhance our worship, but to function as a performance instrument for international and local recitalists. We have since been privileged to host a number of the world’s top organists at full-house performances and we are also gla to host monthly recitals before evensong of our best local organists.