Becky Chevis is a freelance musician who plays the flute and runs community-based music projects in schools and care homes.
In her role as UCCF’s Music Network Assistant she supports music students, produces resources that connect faith, musicking and musicology, and co-runs the Music Network's Profondo programme, a learning community of postgraduate and young professional musicians.
Having studied music at Oxford University, she now lives with her husband Tom on a narrowboat that's normally moored in rural Gloucestershire.
Music Network Resources
- Beauty and the Bible
- Appendix to 'Beauty and the Bible'
- A self-forgetful musician?
- Creaturely creativity
- Seeing every piece of music-making through the lens of the Gospel
- Worked examples of the 'Popologetics' analysis framework
- Beauty, Begbie, and the Bible
- To engage or not to engage: responding to ungodliness in music
- Music & Dementia #1 - on being human, and one's value
- Music & Dementia #2 - on eternity, boundaries, and serving others
- Gifts or skills? A poetic reflection
- The means for witness: Stay Salt, part 1
- Shattered hopes and humble offerings: when music gets cancelled
- Spotlight: Jeremy Begbie
- Spotlight: Anne MacGregor
- Spotlight: Amélie Addison (Part 2)
- Spotlight: Amélie Addison (Part 1)