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Lunchtime Organ Music Series posted 04 Apr 2018

Lunchtime Organ Music Series

The 2017/18 Lunchtime Organ Music Series closed with a wonderful concert from the season's curator, Darius Battiwalla, on Monday 26 March. We asked for your feedback on the series and we got a huge number of lovely comments. Thank you to everyone who gave their feedback, it is very much appreciated. The series couldn't continue without your support so thank you to everyone who came to the concerts to show their support of this free series. Below are some of our favourite comments, we hope you enjoy reading them and we look forward to welcoming you back in September for another fantastic series of Lunchtime Organ concerts.

If you would like to give us feedback or be added to our mailing list you can call us on 0113 378 6600, email us at music@leeds.gov.uk or you can post your comments and/or address to Leeds International Concert Season, Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 3AD.

 

"The free concerts are wonderful. They get people out of their houses to enjoy a great event together, especially men, who really enjoy chatting to each other. The music and musicians are first class."

 

"Super music, you need long legs to play the organ."

 

"The format is excellent, do not change and keep Darius Battiwalla who had been wonderful and has followed Dr Simon Lindley and improved with every concert. Even now telling jokes?!"

 

"Wonderful."

 

"Has been a great series of recitals/concerts. Very enjoyable."

 

"This season has a good variety. I particularly like the concerts with a choir."

 

"Congratulations to Darius on a very successful and enjoyable first series. Love the high quality of the performers."

 

"A wonderful experience. Marvellous organists and magnificent organ. A great advert for Leeds City."

 

"Please continue lunchtime concerts - brighten up the working week."

 

"I am a regular at the lunchtime concerts. I enjoy all types of music and unusual repertoire."

 

"I hope Leeds City Council will keep these recitals going for years to come. And I wish I had discovered them a lot earlier - all those wasted Monday lunchtimes!"

 

"The standard is excellent. Darius is a brilliant player. The series must continue."

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