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Events in the Peterborough area
Saturday 18th April – National Organ Day in Stamford
CORONA VIRUS: Please check here for confirmation before making a special journey for National Organ Day events in Stamford.
AT THE MOMENT: THE EVENTS ON 18th APRIL ARE GOING AHEAD AS PLANNED.
Enjoy the sounds of the pipe organ, or come and try the organ for yourself.
Free events throughout the day in Stamford Churches
• Concerts •
• Demonstrations •
• Try-it-yourself •
All events are free, thanks to the support of local organists and the PDOA
Children’s Concert from 11am – 12 noon
by Fergus Black at All Saints, Red Lion Square Mother Goose, some penguins, a rabbit (white), and a panther (pink) meet Postman Pat on Noah's Ark. What is going on? It’s a concert of fun organ music for children of all ages. Come and enjoy.
Open Organs from 12 noon to 2pm
Professional players demonstrate the organ, and offer willing volunteers the chance to jump on and play.
Ruth Proctor at St Augustine’s
John Saunders at St. John’s
David Lovell Brown at St Mary’s
Open Afternoon 2:30 - 4:30 at St George’s
An informal event at St. George’s, Stamford from 2:30 to 4pm. Organist Keith Foley invites you to “Come and play the organ, or just look around and find out more.” Mr. Foley will conclude the day with a short informal recital at 4pm.
Saturday 28th March – Organ Recital in Peterborough
Organ Recital at 7.30pm by Anna Lapwood at St John’s, Peterborough,
Saturday 28th March 2020 at 7:30pm
(Pembroke College, Cambridge And BBC Radio Cambs)
Organist Anna Lapwood presents an evening of music on the newly restored Harrison & Harrison organ.
Promoted By Peterborough St John's. See poster for details.
Registered Charity No. 277824
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