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Summer Organ Festival: James O’Donnell

Summer Organ Festival: James O’Donnell

Tuesday, 24th July 2018 | 7.00pm | The Abbey

£15 (£10 concessions) | Summer Organ Festival season tickets £60 (£40 concessions)

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James O’Donnell plays works by Bach and Messiaen.

James O’Donnell is Organist and Master of the Choristers of Westminster Abbey. Internationally recognised as a conductor and organ recitalist, he has worked as soloist and director with many of the country’s leading orchestras and ensembles. He has appeared as organ soloist at the BBC Proms and has given recitals all over the world. As the Abbey’s music director he conducts the Abbey’s world-famous choir in its daily services, recordings, broadcasts and tours, and is responsible for the music at all the great services and state occasions which take place in the Abbey.

This concert forms part of the Summer Organ Festival. Season tickets, valid for all five of the festival concerts, are available.

Programme

JS BACH - Prelude in E flat BWV 552i
MESSIAEN - Les Corps Glorieux
JS BACH - Fugue in E flat BWV 552ii

Event information

Start Date:24th July 2018
Start Time:7.00pm
Location: The Abbey
Price: £15 (£10 concessions) | Summer Organ Festival season tickets £60 (£40 concessions)

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