Organ recital: ‘Victorian Town Hall’ by William Saunders (Ipswich), 1pm, Tuesday 13th October 2020

William Saunders (Ipswich) returns to the Moot Hall on Tue 13 October, with a recital on the theme of the Victorian town hall. Audience numbers are limited, so all attendees need to register in advance with Cllr Nigel Chapman, Chairman of the Friends of the Moot Hall Organ (nigelchapmanwine@hotmail.com or 01206 272908); entry is free […]

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Welcome back to the Moot Hall Organ: 8 September 2020, recital by Ian Ray

We are delighted to announced that Ian Ray’s organ and piano recital with the theme of ‘Moonlight’ will be going ahead as planned on Tuesday 8th September at 1pm. To mark the 250th anniversary year of Beethoven’s birth the programme will include a performance of his ‘Moonlight’ sonata followed by Debussy’s popular Clair de Lune. […]

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Recital: William Baldry (St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich), 1pm, Tuesday 11 February 2020

On Tuesday 11 February, William Baldry (St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich) plays a varied programme of 19th and 20th century organ music. Free entry, retiring collection. Intrada (Op 11a) – Jean Sibelius (1865 – 1957) Prelude on ‘Rhosymedre’ – Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872 – 1958) Bridal March from ‘The Birds of Aristophanes’ – C. Hubert H. Parry […]

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Recital: David Poulter (Royal Hospital School, Holbrook), 1pm, Tuesday 14 January 2020

Distinguished organist David Poulter (Royal Hospital School, Holbrook) makes his first visit to the Moot Hall on Tuesday 14 January. David was until recently the organist at Liverpool Cathedral and is a well known recitalist throughout the UK. Free entry, retiring collection. Fanfare – John Cook (1918 – 1984) Fugue in C major Bux 174 […]

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