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.
Join the final concerts of our current 2018/19 season, including Catherine Ennis performing Vierne’s Symphony No.1 to crown a programme of Mendelssohn, Saint-Saëns and Bach, and Wayne Marshall with Widor, Dupré and improvisations on submitted themes.
Our 2019/20 International Organ Series opens in September with a joyous evening of British Light Music performed by Richard Hills, in celebration of the legacy of prominent organist Quentin Maclean.
In 2020, choose from series highlights including Gerard Brooks performing a selection of popular organ music, from Charles Ives’ variations on the British National Anthem to Widor’s much-loved Symphony No.5, Carol Williams making her Royal Festival Hall debut with a jazz-infused programme of works music by Hendrix, Giles Swayne and Ethel Smith, and Thomas Trotter with a shimmering programme contrasting works by Mendelssohn and Bach.
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Get priority booking for the Classical Season 2019/20 and access to an exclusive Cafe-Bar on the top floor of Royal Festival Hall before or after your concert.
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