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- July/August issue out now
Peter Collins on 50 years in organ building, the choral works of Italian composer Goffredo Petrassi & we revisit works commissioned over the years by the Three Choirs Festival
- Margaret Phillips to perform complete Bach organ works in London
The concerts will take place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at St George's Church, Hanover Square between 24 September and 31 October.
- Wren Choral Marathon (27 June 2015)
The Wren Choral Marathon offers the chance to hear concerts by 17 different choirs in 17 Wren churches in a single day, starting at 8am and concluding with a midnight Vespers.
- Penderecki receives papal medal
The distinction recognises his 'constant pursuit of God along the paths delineated with the staves and notes'.
- Robert Hugill completes cycle of 70 motets
After 10 years, Robert Hugill has completed his Tempus per Annum, a cycle of 70 motets for the Church's year comprised of over 45 hours of music.
Contents for Choir & Organ
The James Taylor Quartet have a new take on the Mass for Rochester Cathedral Choir
OBITUARY: BRIAN COUZENS The founder of Chandos Records, an ardent proponent of little-known music.
OBITUARY: MCNEIL ROBINSON II Multi-talented US organist, teacher, improviser and composer.
PETER COLLINS The maverick organ builder reflects on 50 years in the business and introduces his new instrument for St Albans International Organ Festival.
TUDOR PARTBOOKS How do you create performing scores from manuscripts dating back 500 years?
WILLIAM FAULKES Revisiting the organ music of this neglected Victorian composer.
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL CHORUS At 50, the Scottish choir is a strong cultural force at home and internationally.
INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORY OF PIPE ORGAN BUILDERS To introduce our supplement, Jonathan Ambrosino debates extension and digital tone production in new organs.
THREE CHOIRS: 2 The Festival’s commissioning tradition leaves a rich legacy of new works.
BRISBANE One of ‘Father’ Willis’s finest organs has been meticulously restored in City Hall.
PETRASSI It’s time to look again at the choral canon of this 20th-century Italian composer.
SUFFOLK ORGANS: 4 A Wadsworth organ in Hundon remains much as it was 100 years ago.