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Cambridge Chorale - GLORIA - John Rutter

Cambridge Chorale - GLORIA - John Rutter
St Mary's Church, Saffron Walden
The stunning setting of St Mary's Church, Saffron Walden will ring out with the irresistible combination of choir, organ and brass, as the award-winning Cambridge Chorale and the exceptional Prime Brass join forces to perform Rutter's exuberant Gloria.

Ceremonial music is also featured in this wonderful programme, including Walton's stirring Coronation Te Deum and Purcell's poignant Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary. Choral classics by Biebl, Gabrieli, and Rachmaninov are topped-off with a good dollop of gospel pizzazz brass-style from Hazell's The Gospel Hall.

Lunchtime organ recital with James McVinnie

Lunchtime organ recital with James McVinnie
St John's College Chapel

James McVinnie Assistant Organist, Westminster Abbey
Acting Sub Organist, St Paul's Cathedral

Programme includes Reubke's Sonata on the 94th Psalm

THOMAS TROTTER organ recital

THOMAS TROTTER organ recital
Thaxted Parish Church
Organ Concerto No.16 in F

Alléluias sereins & Transports de joie

Partita on Bach's ‘Nun freut euch'

Variations on a theme of Paganini for pedals

Funeral March of a Marionette

When Thomas Trotter received the Royal Philharmonic Society's prestigious Instrumental Award in 2002 he was described as ‘one of the foremost exponents of the organists' art'. The excellence of his musicianship has long been recognized internationally in musical partnerships with such conductors as Sir Simon Rattle, Bernard Haitink and Sir Charles Mackerras and in performances in great concert halls worldwide.

His career is firmly founded on his relationship with the City of Birmingham, where he was appointed City Organist in 1983 in succession to Sir George Thalben-Ball. He is resident organist in Symphony Hall where he inaugurated the magnificent Klais organ. Among his recordings works by Mozart, Liszt and Messiaen have received particular praise.


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