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November 2008





1 Sat

4.30pm Lindfield Uniting Church

Robert Goode - Pied Piper Concert: The Music of Love

$10


2 Sun

GREAT HALL SYDNEY UNIVERSITY
Parramatta Road, Free Admission

Von Beckerath 1972 M 3/53

Enquiries 02 4758 6067

3.30pm

TOWN AND GOWN ORGAN DUO

Robert Ampt (Sydney City Organist) and Amy Johansen play an exciting program of music for four hands and four feet



ST STEPHEN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
211 Mowbray Road, Willougby

$5/$2

Hill Norman and Beard 1929/1968 3/24

Enquiries: 02 9415 1727


First Sundays at 3pm - 4pm with Afternoon Tea

Sian Gardner


3pm All Saints Anglican Church, Hunters Hill

120th Anniversary of the chuch and historic Bevington organ. Fauré's Requiem and other music will be presented by the Joubert Singers, Parish Choir, Orchestra 143 and soloists.




3 Mon


4 Tue


5 Wed

1.15pm - 1.45pm St James', King St lunchtime recital More info Donation


6 Thu


7 Fri

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation




5.00pm to 6.00pm  Verbrugghen Hall - The Sydney Conservatorium of Music





8 Sat

5.00pm - 6.00pm 2MBS-FM Organ Music Society Radio Program 102.5MHz Program details


9 Sun

St Finbar's Catholic Church, Glenbrook
46 Levy Street, Glenbrook (Lower Blue Mountains)


3pm Glenbrook Spring Festival Concert

Paul Goodchild – Trumpet, Warwick Dunham - Organ



Suggested donation for afternoon concerts, $15, Concession $10, Accompanied children, free.
Enquiries: Robert Ampt 02 4758 6067


10 Mon


11 Tue


12 Wed

1.15pm - 1.45pm St James', King St lunchtime recital More info Donation


13 Thu

11am St Luke's, Stanmore Rd, Enmore Wordsworth & Maskell 1883 M 2/11

A pleasant morning with friends gathering for morning tea, followed by a recital at 11.30am and lunch (RSVP) at 12 noon.

Enquiries: 02 9519 7428


14 Fri

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation


15 Sat

6.30pm - 7.30pm 2MBS-FM Organ Music Society Radio Program 102.5MHz Theatre Organ Program details


16 Sun

Annual General Meeting

2.00 pm at Shore, Sydney Church of England Grammar School, William Street, North Sydney.


Following the AGM, there will be a presentation (commencing at 2.45 pm) by Daniel Moult (St Peter’s, Eaton Square), including a DVD/lecture, short intermission and a recital on the newly enlarged organ in the School Chapel.

"The Elusive English Organ". Charting the English Organ and its music from Byrd to S. Wesley.


Proxy Nomination forms can be downloaded by clicking on the AGM link above.

$20 / $15 Seniors
$10 Members, Pensioners, Uni students
$5 School Students


DANIEL MOULT has an active career as a concert organist and organ tutor. He performs throughout the U.K. in many major concert series, venues and festivals, with an eclectic repertoire stretching from the fourteenth century to the present day. He records frequently for BBC Radio and TV, has recorded for Radio Netherlands and has performed on various commercial and private recordings. A sought-after organ tutor, he teaches at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, Birmingham Conservatoire and St Giles' International Organ School, London.

He is in frequent demand for master classes and workshops, including regular visits to courses in Oundle, Salisbury (RSCM) and elsewhere. Passionate about promoting the organ to a wider audience, Daniel has been involved recently in various outreach projects. These have included working for the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester as organ animateur (where thousands of children have heard the organ in popular concerts), projects at the Symphony Hall, Birmingham and events for the R.C.O and I.A.O. In addition to examining for the A.B.R.S.M and the R.C.O, his articles on performance practice and performance-related topics have appeared in various organ journals. He has recently been appointed Artistic Director of the London Organ Day.

Daniel was educated at the Manchester Grammar School and Oxford (where he won three prizes at F.R.C.O and was jointly awarded the University of Oxford John Betts Organ Scholarship). He was a postgraduate at the Amsterdam Conservatorium under Jacques van Oortmerssen: other organ teachers have included Gordon Stewart and Nicolas Kynaston. Previous posts have included visiting organ tutor at Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester and seven years as Organist and Assistant Director of Music at Coventry Cathedral. Daniel moved to London in 2003 to focus solely on his freelance career. His 2008 / 09 itinerary includes profile recitals for various concert series and organist societies in the UK, Australia and Germany and the launch of an organ duet partnership with Matthew Owens, choir accompaniments for concerts, services and BBC broadcasts, directing and tutoring on various national organ courses and two DVD recordings of Mozart’s organ music and virtuosic twentieth-century repertoire.

 


17 Mon


18 Tue


19 Wed

1.15pm - 1.45pm St James', King St lunchtime recital More info Donation


20 Thu


21 Fri

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation


22 Sat


23 Sun


24 Mon

3 - 4pm St Swithun's Anglican Church, Pymble

Neil Cameron - Fantasia K608 (Mozart), Choral III (Franck)



25 Tue


26 Wed

1.15pm - 1.45pm St James', King St lunchtime recital More info Donation


27 Thu


28 Fri

1.10pm - 1.40pm St Andrew's Cathedral lunchtime recital More info Donation


29 Sat


30 Sun


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