Summer Organ Festival 2019: Matthew Jorysz
In this concert Matthew Jorysz couples a Clérambault suite in typical French Baroque style with Ravel’s Le tombeau de Couperin (the composer’s homage to his Baroque predecessors) and Stravinsky’s 1919 Firebird Suite.
Assistant Organist of Westminster Abbey since January 2016, Matthew Jorysz is a rising star of the organ world. Prior to his Abbey appointment he was Organ Scholar of Clare College, Cambridge, where he accompanied the College's acclaimed choir in its busy schedule of performances including tours of Europe and the USA, broadcasts on BBC Radio 3 and several CD recordings for Harmonia Mundi.
CLÉRAMBAULT - Suite du deuxième ton
RAVEL - Le tombeau de Couperin
STRAVINSKY - The Firebird: Suite (1919) (arr B Comeau)
Additional event information
- Entry for this event is via the Great West Door
- Doors open at 6:30pm
- There will be no interval and the performance will end at approximately 8:10pm
- Seating is unreserved
- Children are welcome but this event is not recommended for those under the age of six
- Photography, filming and sound recording are not permitted anywhere in the Abbey
- While the nave, quire and lantern areas of the Abbey are accessible to audience members, the church is not open for visiting on concert evenings and we recommend consulting our visit us pages to plan a visit during opening hours.
Single ticket: £15 (concessions £10)
Season: £60 (concessions £40) – giving admission to all five concerts
How to book
Concert tickets can be purchased on the door on performance evenings or in advance from the Box Office:
Telephone: 020 7222 1061 (phone lines open Monday to Friday, 10:00am to 5:00pm)
Booking fees apply: £1.75 per transaction online; £2.75 by phone
Season tickets can only be purchased from the Box Office.