1pm, Tuesday 13th February 2018 in the Moot Hall, admission free with retiring collection.
Preludes & Fugues in F major BWV 856 and A minor BWV 865 – Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Phosphorescence (2017 – world premiere) – Ivan Moody (b.1964)
Preludes & Fugues in A flat major BWV 862 and F minor BWV 857 – J.S. Bach
Passacaglia (1982) – Ivan Moody
Preludes & Fugues in E flat major BWV 852 and B flat minor BWV 867 – J.S. Bach
Francis Knights studied at London, Oxford and Nottingham universities and has held music directorships at several Oxford colleges as well as research posts at the Royal Northern College of Music and King’s College, London. He is director of the Cambridge Renaissance Ensemble and Chairman of the National Early Music Association. Francis studied harpsichord with Robert Woolley and David Roblou and organ with Harry Bramma, and is currently engaged in a number of long–term projects, including performances of the complete Fitzwilliam Virginal book and all Bach’s clavier works on virginals, clavichord, fortepiano and organ. Website www.francisknights.co.uk