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By Arts Correspondent - 18th May 2019 4:50pm
Aperitif Recitals at St Mary's Church — Thursday May 23rd at 7pm
Aperitif Recitals is presenting the seventeenth of its almost astonishingly popular organ recital series. Perhaps these concerts are found to be so agreeable because the recital is short, no longer than forty minutes, and the audience enjoy wine and canapés as they both listen and watch.
Video screens relay clear views for everyone. Coupled to all that the standard of performance is always outstandingly high.
This Thursday, May 23rd, the twenty two year old William Fox from St Paul's Cathedral London will be at the console. William was appointed sub-organist (the first of three assistants) at St Paul's only last year. So impressive was he that he became the youngest ever to be appointed to that prestigious position.
William will play a programme which will include music by William Boyce, Louis Vierne, Guy Bovet, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Percy Whitlock.
Admission is free although donations are gratefully received when leaving. If you would like to attend please email:
firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
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