Formal Grand Organ Recital with Adrian Bawtree

Formal Grand Organ Recital with Adrian Bawtree

Adrian Bawtree, the Cathedral’s Second Assistant Organist, will be performing a wide variety of pieces during this Saturday’s Formal Grand Organ Recital (16 July 2016). From Bach to Gárdonyi, Adrian will entertain with pieces that span three hundred years of Organ music from some of the world’s finest composers. Highlights will include the lyrical Lantana and Salix by Whitlock and Gárdonyi’s frolicsome Mozart Changes. This all…
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World renowned organist to perform at the Cathedral

World renowned organist to perform at the Cathedral

World renowned organist Edward Higginbottom will be performing at Canterbury Cathedral on Saturday 23 April (2016) as part of a series of recitals being held in this year in the Cathedral Quire. As an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music, Edward has recently begun conducting the newly formed ensemble, Instruments of Time, in Oxford as well as performing in…
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Pulling out all the stops – A chance for young organists to play the Cathedral organ

Pulling out all the stops – A chance for young organists to play the  Cathedral organ

    An opportunity to play the Cathedral’s Grand Organ is being offered to young organists within the diocese, under the age of 18, on Thursday 17 March. The evening (6.30pm until 8.30pm)  has been organised by the Cathedral’s Second Assistant Organist, Adrian Bawtree. The aim is to encourage young organists and find out how the Cathedral might be able to support…
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Organ Recitals 2016

Organ Recitals 2016

Enjoy a series of Organ Recitals at the Cathedral throughout the year. Find out details of upcoming recitals here:   Saturday 27 February David Newsholme (Canterbury Cathedral)   Saturday 19 March Ben Bloor (Rochester Cathedral)   Saturday 23 April Edward Higginbottom (New College, Oxford)   Saturday 28 May Malcolm Archer (Winchester College)   Saturday 16 July Adrian Bawtree (Canterbury Cathedral)   All Recitals take place in…
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