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Norwich Cathedral online organ series

Wed 10 Feb at 2.30 pm - 3.00 pm


Norwich Cathedral's organists are offering a free weekly organ concert for people to enjoy in their own home via the Norwich Cathedral Services YouTube Channel.

Every Wednesday people will be able enjoy watching the Cathedral’s musicians play the mighty organ, which is one of the largest pipe organs in the country.

The series of five concerts includes two hour-long evening recitals (which were previously planned to take place with an audience prior to the lockdown announcement) and three shorter mid-afternoon recitals of popular organ works.

The Cathedral’s new camera system also means that people can enjoy a behind-the-scenes view of the concerts and watch both the musician’s hands and feet at work!

Programme details will be made available on the Cathedral website in the days before each concert as well as on the YouTube listing.

Wednesday 13 January 7.30pm–8.30pm
George Inscoe (Assistant Organist, Norwich Cathedral)

Prelude and Fugue in B major Op 7 no 1 – Marcel Dupré
Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern BuxWV 223 – Dietrich Buxtehude
Prélude sur l’Introit de l’Épiphanie Op 13 – Maurice Duruflé
Dies sind die heil’gen zehn Gebot BWV 678 – Johann Sebastian Bach
Wir glauben all an einen Gott BWV 680 – Johann Sebastian Bach
Ave Maria – Max Reger
Chorale No 3 in A minor – César Franck

Wednesday 20 January 2.30pm-3.00pm
David Dunnett (Organist, Norwich Cathedral)

Wednesday 27 January 7.30pm–8.30pm
Ashley Grote (Master of Music, Norwich Cathedral)
Messiaen’s La Nativité du Seigneur

Wednesday 3 February 2.30pm–3.00pm
George Inscoe (Assistant Organist, Norwich Cathedral)

Wednesday 10 February 2.30pm–3.00pm
Ashley Grote (Master of Music, Norwich Cathedral)

Picture: Paul Hurst

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