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  1. Organ Recital Series

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    Why not take a break and spend your Monday lunchtime listening to beautiful music in tranquil surroundings?

     

    Our free organ recitals take place on Mondays, starting at 1.05pm, and last approximately 45 minutes.

     

    Lunchtime recitals throughout December 2017 feature the following guests:

    • 4th December
    • 11th December
    • 18th December
  2. Organ Recital Series

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    Why not take a break and spend your Monday lunchtime listening to beautiful music in tranquil surroundings?

     

    Our free organ recitals take place on Mondays, starting at 1.05pm, and last approximately 45 minutes.

     

    Lunchtime recitals throughout November 2017 feature the following guests:

    • 6th November- Geoff Woolatt (Manchester Cathedral)
    • 13th November- Keith Dale (Hexham Abbey)
    • 20th November- Ian Roberts (Newcastle Cathedral)
    • 27th November- ‘Organ and Friends’ Recital- Kris Thomsett, with Ben Laxton and Patrick Owston (baritones)
  3. Organ Recital Series

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    Why not take a break and spend your Monday lunchtime listening to beautiful music in tranquil surroundings?

    Our free organ recitals take place on Mondays, starting at 1.05pm, and last approximately 45 minutes.

    Lunchtime organ recitals throughout September 2017 feature the following guests:

    11th September – Henry Websdale, King’s College Cambridge

    18th September – Michael Haynes, Hexham Abbey

    25th September (Organ and Friends) – Alastair Lord and Kris Thomsett (Trumpet and Organ Recital)

    Admission is free to all; there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray costs. Suggested donation £5.

  4. New Organ Recital Series 2017

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    We are delighted to announce our new Organ Recital Series beginning this September at Newcastle Cathedral.

    We continue our tradition of offering guests a unique, and free, opportunity to hear beautiful music in tranquil surroundings. Our free organ recitals take place on Mondays, starting at 1.05pm, and last approximately 45 minutes.

    Our series begins on Monday 11 September and features Henry Websdale from King’s College Cambridge.

    Henry is currently an organ scholar at King’s College, Cambridge. As organ scholar, Henry has recorded and broadcast numerous events, including playing for the iconic ‘Carols from King’s’ at Christmas. Henry, who comes from Yorkshire, started his training at Bradford Cathedral, and then at Winchester College as a music scholar. During his school years, he passed both his ARCO and FRCO diplomas by the age of sixteen. Henry was then organ scholar at Salisbury Cathedral during his gap year before taking up his post at King’s.

    Our 11 September organ recital will have a screen placed in the nave, so those at the concert will be able to watch Henry play, as well as hear him.

    Other lunchtime organ recitals throughout September 2017 feature the following guests:

    18th September – Michael Haynes, Hexham Abbey

    25th September (Organ and Friends) – Alastair Lord and Kris Thomsett (Trumpet and Organ Recital)

    Admission is free to all; there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray costs. Suggested donation £5.

  5. Lunchtime Recital

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    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

  6. Lunchtime Recital

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    Katy Silverman- OrganRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

  7. Lunchtime Recital

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    Charles Wooler – OrganRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.