Catch up with the latest lunchtime organ concerts
Our Lunchtime Organ series takes place on Mondays at 1.15pm (between September and April), and is currently being hosted at Leeds Cathedral during Leeds Town Hall’s refurbishment. Recitals are recorded live in concert and remain available to watch online in the 30 days after the performance, unless otherwise requested.
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Darius Battiwalla – Leeds City Organist
Monday 27 Nov 2023
The second sonata is Paul Hindemith’s most famous organ work, with its bold textures and contrasts. After music by Camille Saint-Saëns and JS Bach, the programme ends with an arrangement of two orchestral pieces by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and a look forward to Christmas with Marcel Dupré’s showpiece, Variations sur un Noël.
Margaret Phillips – Concert Organist
Monday 20 Nov 2023
Canon Organist Emeritus, Durham Cathedral
Monday 13 Nov 2023
James Lancelot, one of the UK’s most distinguished organists, was Organist and Master of the Choristers at Durham Cathedral for 32 years, retiring in 2017. He has given concerts in almost all English cathedrals and in many European countries as well as New Zealand, the USA, and Russia, and has recorded two DVDs on the organ of Durham Cathedral.
Miriam Reveley – Organ Scholar, Jesus College, Cambridge
Monday 6 Nov 2023
Miriam Reveley started as a chorister at Ely Cathedral, and later studied organ at Birmingham Conservatoire. Last year she was organ scholar at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, where she was one of the organists to play at the funeral of her late majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Miriam is currently reading for a degree in music at Cambridge.
D’Arcy Trinkwon – International Concert Organist
Monday 22 Nov 2021
D’Arcy Trinkwon has given recitals and premieres all over the world and has a huge range of repertoire – as did this livestreamed recital; including works by Widor, Rinck, Jacob, d’Antallfy and Dukas’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.