Photograph of organist Olivier Latry, a man standing in front of a historic stone building

Fraternité concert: Olivier Latry

Date Time Location Price

Olivier Latry, world renowned titular organist of Notre Dame de Paris, plays a fabulous programme of works by French composers.


  • Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911) - Organ Sonata no 1 in D minor Final
  • Louis Vierne (1870-1937) - Organ Symphony no 3 op 28 Adagio 
  • Louis Vierne (1870-1937) - Pièces de Fantaisie Impromptu; Carillon de Westminster 
  • Jehan Alain (1911-1940) - Aria
  • Pierre Cochereau (1924-1984) - Boléro sur un thème de Charles Racquet
  • Olivier Latry (born 1962) - Improvisation


Tickets cost £20 (adult) and £15 (concession).

Tickets will also be available to buy at the North Door from 6:30pm on the evening of the concert.

Attending a concert 


Entry to the Abbey is via the North Door from 6.30pm. The performance will begin at 7.00pm and last for approximately one hour and fifteen minutes without an interval, finishing at around 8.15pm.

Access & security

Entry to Westminster Abbey is via the North Door.

On arrival, please have your ticket ready to show our staff (either printed at home or on your mobile phone).

Please be aware that your bag will be searched and we ask you not to bring any large items with you (for example suitcases, large backpacks or folding bicycles) as these will not be allowed inside and we are unable to store them for you.

Filming & photography

Please note that photography, filming and sound recording are not permitted at Abbey concerts.


Older children are very welcome at our evening concerts but we do not recommend them for children under the age of six.

While concerts provide an excellent opportunity to enjoy the Abbey’s special atmosphere and magnificent architecture, 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.

Concert tickets are non-transferrable and non-refundable.


These activities are part of Fraternité, a spring season at the Abbey celebrating the links between the UK and France with music, talks and events.

Photography credit: (r) Deyan Parouchev