College of St George - Windsor Castle

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St George's Chapel

LUNCHTIME ORGAN RECITALS 2017

Recitals take place at 1.10pm every Tuesday in May and June (with the exception of 30 May, during half term) and last approximately 50 minutes. This year’s recitalists are:

  • 2 May – Adam Mathias* (St Paul’s, Knightsbridge)
  • 9 May – Luke Bond (Assistant Director of Music, St George’s Chapel)
  • 16 May – Enrico Presti and Marju Riisikamp
  • 23 May – Alexander Binns* (St Edmundsbury Cathedral)
  • 6 June – Weston Jennings (Yale School of Music, USA)
  • 13 June – Ben Bloor* (Brompton Oratory)
  • 20 June – Benjamin Newlove (Organ Scholar, St George’s Chapel)
  • 27 June – James Vivian (Director of Music, St George’s Chapel)

*denotes former Organ Scholar of St George’s Chapel

For programme details, please visit our facebook page – www.facebook.com/stgeorgeswindsor – in the days leading up to each recital for an update.

Seating for organ recitals is in the Nave, with audience-members able to watch the recitalists via a live large-screen video-link to the organ loft.

Admission to the organ recitals is free, with a retiring collection to support the Walter Parratt Fund which helps maintain this recital series.

For those wishing to attend only the recital, please join the queue at Henry VIII Gate on Castle Hill by 1pm to be escorted to the Chapel. This allows admission to the Chapel only, for the duration of the recital, and does not admit to any other part of the Castle. Those wishing to visit the Castle must purchase a ticket for admission, and enter via the Visitors’ Centre at the top of Castle Hill.

All details are provided in good faith, but may be subject to change without notice.