Full programme announced for Summer Organ Festival
Music by Mendelssohn, Mozart and Schumann will feature in Westminster Abbey's Summer Organ Festival, which begins at 7.00pm on Tuesday 12th July and continues weekly until Tuesday 9th August.
The Festival, which includes performances by Abbey organists and leading international recitalists, is an opportunity to hear the Abbey's magnificent five-manual Harrison and Harrison organ being exploited to its full potential.
To celebrate his centenary, each concert in this year's Festival features a work by the German composer Max Reger, coupled with music by his idol J S Bach.
- Tuesday 12th July: Henry Fairs - Head of Organ Studies, Birmingham Conservatoire plays Alain and Schumann
- Tuesday 19th July: Winfried Bönig - Organist, Cologne Cathedral plays Kerll and Schmidt
- Tuesday 26th July: James O'Donnell - Organist and Master of the Choristers, Westminster Abbey, plays Mozart and Mendelssohn
- Tuesday 2nd August: Daniel Cook - Sub-Organist, Westminster Abbey, plays Byrd, Buxtehude and Tournemire
- Tuesday 9th August: David Goode - Organist, Eton College, plays Mozart and Messiaen
Single ticket: £12.00 (£8.00 concessions)
Season ticket: £48.00 (£32.00 concessions)
Online: St John's Smith Square
Telephone: 020 7222 1061 (Mon–Sat, 10.00 am–5.00 pm)
In person: The Box Office, St John's, Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA
Booking fees apply: £1.50 online and £2.00 by telephone
Concessions apply to children, full-time students, disabled and senior citizens, and members of the Royal College of Organists (on presentation of membership card).
Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.