Looming large over Royal Festival Hall are the 7866 pipes of our magnificent organ, an impressive sight that can fill the air with the sounds of birds and cathedrals, funfairs and thunderstorms. Experience the breathtaking sound with the finest performers from around the world.
The 2017/18 season continues with Daniel Cook tackling the dizzying virtuosic heights of Louis Vierne's Sixth Symphony, and closes with the culmination of William Whitehead's multi-year project to complete Bach's Orgelbüchlein.
The Bach theme continues in 2018/19 with Nathan Laube's recital of Bach's complete Clavier-Übung, Bk. 3, but only once Stephen Cleobury opens the season with Vierne, Rheinberger and Howells. The Vierne thread is picked up again by Catherine Ennis, Symphony No.1 capping a programme of Mendelssohn, Saint-Saëns and Bach. Wayne Marshall ends the season with Widor, Dupré and improvisations on submitted themes.
Series discounts are available for a number of International Organ Series concerts.
Tickets must be purchased for the same season and in the same transaction.
For your best chance to secure tickets to this season's biggest names, join now as a Member.
Try changing the date selection, or other filters and searching again