After a two year break forced on us by the covid pandemic, the organ recitals at Kelvingrove have recommenced- the only free, daily organ recital series in the world. I am looking forward to getting back on the bench to play a varied programme of well-known classics, Scottish tunes and some jolly toe-tappers!
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Happy feast of St Stephen!
As the Christmas season has only just begun, here is a little festive number from a recent recital.
In Dulce Jubilo, J.S.Bach BWV 751 on the Lewis organ of Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Enjoy!
On the 14th of December I’ll be back at Kelvingrove again. If you need a rest from your preparations for Christmas, it would be nice to see you!
I am very fortunate to be among the group of organists who play the daily organ recitals at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. The only free, daily recital series in the world, there is a free promenade concert Monday-Saturday at 1pm and every Sunday at 3pm.
Here is a recording of a recent concert finale. Enjoy!
Life is going at quite a pace these days- ‘Vivace’ doesn’t come close! Because of work, family and project commitments I am talking on fewer recitals just now.
My next dates are as follows:Continue reading “New recital dates”
Here is something fun for the weekend- Bohemian Rhapsody performed as part of one of my recitals at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. My new dates will be published soon so stay tuned!