The Latin Mass Society today completes a training conference in the Latin Extraordinary Form of the Mass at Merton College, Oxford. The conference started on Tuesday. A very short YouTube video from the conference, posted 5 hours ago, is shown here.
The French Schola Sainte Cécile is at the conference and has posted photos on its website from Wednesday evening's Vespers of St. Augustine and from yesterday's Solemn Mass for the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, and pontifical vespers. One of the photos shows the BBC camera, as the event made the TV news. The Oxford Events blog previously posted information about some events that were open to the public. Shawn Tribe, at The New Liturgical Movement, also has two posts with photos. If I find an embeddable video in the next couple of days, I will add it here.
This is not the first time instruction in the traditional Latin form has been offered at Merton College. Notably, the 11th annual CIEL International Colloquium on the Roman liturgical tradition was held there in August, 2006, reported by Shawn Tribe. That 2006 colloquium included Masses from both the 1962 and 1970 Missels, in Latin and ad orientum.
In the U.S., the Events Calendar for Church Music Association of America includes several upcoming events related to the Latin Mass and Gregorian chant, including a Symposium on the Motu Proprio offered in Stamford, Connecticut on September 14-15. A Seminar in the Sung Mass for Celebrants is scheduled for October 17-19 in Chicago, which will include both the Novus Ordo in Latin (from Solesmes) and the Extraordinary Form (1962).