Music is integral to the life and worship of All Saints'. There has been a long  tradition of excellent music making at All Saints' and this continues to this day with an SATB choir who enrich our worship each Sunday and with a monthly Choral Evensong; concerts and participation in music festivals throughout the year and regular organ recitals on our Hill instrument.

Use the links below to learn more about the musical life of the parish.


Matthew Dunn

Matthew Dunn, FRCO, is the Organist and Director of Music at All Saints' Blackheath. Prior to taking up the post in 2018, he was Organist and Director of Music at St Botolph without Aldgate. He studied music at Peterhouse, Cambridge, where he was also Organ Scholar, and completed an MPhil in the dissemination of French thirteenth-century polyphony in the south east of England. 

Away from All Saints', Matthew runs the London-based chamber choir the Iken Scholars, who perform concerts and services of Renaissance masterpieces in London and further afield.





Max joined All Saints’ Church as Assistant Director of Music in May 2022, having moved to the area at a similar time. Over the past 20 years, Max has worked with choirs and led music-making in churches and schools across the length and breadth of the country, from the sunny south coast in Portsmouth, where he was Organ Scholar at Portsmouth Cathedral, to the leafy villages of Kent, Cheshire and Southport, and the city of Durham.


Max studied Music at the University of Durham, where he was Senior Organ Scholar at University College, within the walls of the historic Durham Castle. In addition to the organ, Max also plays the piano and oboe, and holds Grade 8 with Distinction across each, as well as a Licentiate Diploma from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in Piano Performance.