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Buckfast Abbey - 2019 Grande Orgue Recital Series
and Bank Holiday Recitals
Grand Orgue Recital Series (for details of the special discount for EDOA members please
visit the Newsletters page)
Saturday 13 July at 7:30pm - Peter Stevens (Westminster Cathedral)
Saturday 10 August at 7:30pm - Olivier Latry (Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Paris)
Saturday 21 September at
7:30pm - James O'Donnell (Westminster Abbey)
Saturday 19 October at 7:30pm - David Davies (Buckfast Abbey)
Bank Holiday Organ Recitals (free admission with retiring collection)
Monday 27 May at 2:30pm
- Ben Horden
Monday 26 August at 2:30pm - Mark James & Alberto Brigandi
Wednesday 5 June at 7:30pm - St Gregory
the Great Parish Church, Dawlish
Organ recital finale to Dawlish Arts Festival to be given by Professor Ian Tracey
of Britain’s best known and widely respected organists,
Professor Ian Tracey from Liverpool Cathedral, will be giving an organ recital on the highly regarded Willis organ as a finale to the Dawlish Arts Festival.
Professor Tracey has been organist at the famous Anglican Liverpool Cathedral for over 30
years, and has given recitals across the world receiving much acclaim for his virtuoso performances. This is a rare
and wonderful opportunity to hear a very talented professional musician and organist perform in the South West, and the organisers
of the Dawlish Arts Festival are very proud to have made this possible.
The proceeds from this organ recital will equally support two charities - The Children’s Society, and
Samara’s Aid Appeal (the relief of suffering through the provision of Humanitarian and medical aid in Syria, the Middle
East and elsewhere) and the suggested donation is £10 per ticket payable on the night for this organ recital extravaganza.
Friday June 7 at 7:30pm - Music Room, Powderham Castle
Andrew Millington and David Davies will be peforming solos and duets
on the Brice Seede organ and piano.
The link to the website and for tickets (£16) go to: http://www.musicinthecastle.co.uk
Friday 14 June 12.45 -
1.30pm (Doors open at noon)
Concert St John's Church, Park Street, Taunton. TA1 4DG
Bright and Beautiful' - an Organ and Piano recital to suit everyone
Adam Parrish is a versatile, talented young musician who will make his debut in Taunton, by using St John's Father
Willis Organ as well as playing some piano solos. He could just as easily use his guitar in a programme of pop music.
He is a professional pianist, organist, director of music and composer who regularly tours the UK and abroad.
Whilst he is classically trained, his musical tastes and influences have led him to work with a broad range of
notable musicians and composers. These include John Rutter, Bob Chilcot, the renowned acoustic guitarist Gordon
Giltrap, Nicki French (a past Eurovision Song contestant) and even Basil Brush!
Adam has invited his friend
Teresa De Roberto to make a guest appearance, thus bringing another aspect to this event by Teresa singing some of her favourite
To read more about both of them look up http://www.adamparrishmusician.org and http://www.teresaderoberto.com
Adam's programme will range from a Beethoven Sonata and the Elgar Nimrod Variation to Jane Seymour, part
of the Album from The Six Wives of Henry VIII by Rick Wakeman. Adam will also be including some of his own
compositions and arrangements.
Retiring Collection in aid of the Music Therapy charity and St Johns Church.
|Thursday 11 July 7pm at Exeter Cathedral
Part of the Summer Music Series - Jerome Faucheur - details here
Saturday 20 July at 1pm - Hereford Cathedral - Peter Dyke organ recital
Saturday 12 October at 1pm - St Lawrence's Ludlow - Roger Judd
Tours with Talks are being organized for members of Organ
Associations and enthusiasts, which include an Organ Recital and a buffet lunch.
Full details and Booking form
Monday 29 July - Saturday 3 August - RCO Summer Course -
Wednesday 7 August at 7pm - St Michael’s, Mount
Organ recital by Jean-René André, Rennes Cathedral (www.jeanreneandre.com)
Programme to include works by Bach, Stanford, Widor, Bonnet, Ropartz, Whitlock, Le Penven and Vierne.
admission with a retiring collection.