Mon 1 October , 1.05-1.55pm
Victoria Hall, Leeds Town Hall
Leeds Lunchtime Organ Music 2018/19
Daniel Moult - organ (London & Birmingham)
Bach/Liszt - Introduction to Cantata 21
Mozart - Three London Notebook Pieces
Mozart - Adagio & Allegro, K594
Saint-Saëns - O Salutaris Hostia
Thalben-Ball - Variations on a theme by Paganini (for pedals)
Whitlock - Divertimento; Fanfare (from Four Extemporisations)
Daniel Moult, “one of the finest organists of our time” (The Organ), is an acclaimed concert organist, recording artist and organ tutor. His musicianship has been praised as “exhilarating” (Gramophone), “dazzling” (The Organ), and “formidable” (Organists’ Review). Based in London, he is the Head of Organ at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, and leads masterclasses, workshops and courses around the world.
As a soloist, Daniel performs regularly throughout the UK, Europe, Asia and Australia. He has pioneered the use of film as a means of promoting organ music, and has presented and performed in two DVD releases. He is currently filming The English Organ, which will be released as a major box set in 2018/19. He has also appeared as a soloist and ensemble player on many CDs, including a performance of one of Handel's organ concerti and other pieces on Signum Classics, Handel at Vauxhall.
Daniel was born in Manchester and studied at Oxford University and the Amsterdam Conservatorium. He has published several editions, including two organ albums with Bärenreiter. He broadcasts frequently on BBC television and radio and has recorded for various record labels including Fugue State, Regent and Sony BMG.
View the Leeds Lunchtime Organ Music 2018/19 brochure.
Free admission, no booking required.