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Archive listings for Grand Organ Celebration
Work type: Concert
Celebrating the Majesty of our 9,999-Pipe Organ - T1396844421A celebration of the Royal Albert Hall's world-famous 9,999-pipe Henry Willis organ, this unique concert features some of the world's most respected masters of the instrument performing an array of best-loved organ standards. Gain an insight into the complexity of this majestic instrument, as a live stream reveals the intricate, and sometimes frenetic work of the maestros' hands and feet, as well as the inner workings of the organ itself. Don't miss this chance to see of one of the jewels in the Royal Albert Hall's crown played to perfection by the best in the business. This concert is one of the headline events of Love Classical at the Royal Albert Hall, the home of classical music.Performer Olivier Latry. Performer Isabelle Demers. Performer Wayne Marshall. Performer Anna Lapwood. Performer David Briggs.
|20 May 21||Royal Albert Hall, Inner London :: V221|
listing details L1079532564
|A day of celebration of the Royal Albert Hall's world-famous, 9,999 pipe, Henry Willis organ, known as the "Voice of Jupiter", culminating in a remarkable concert featuring some of the world's most respected masters of the instrument, Wayne Marshall, Olivier Latry and David Briggs. In a fascinating insight into the complexity of the instrument, a live stream will reveal the complex and sometimes frenetic work of the maestros' hands and feet as they perform the music of Bach, Widor, Liszt, Ravel, Saint-Sa?ns and Gershwin. The concert will culminate in an improvisation by the organists with the opportunity for you to suggest themes nearer the time. With live footage of the pipes relayed from inside the grand organ, Tom Daggett (St Paul's Cathedral) and Michael Broadway (organ curator) will discuss what is so special about this majestic instrument with the evening's performers in a special pre-concert talk.|
|15 May 18||Royal Albert Hall, Inner London :: V221|
listing details L01174017250
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