All recitals take place in the Chapel at 6.30pm. They are free of charge, though there is a collection afterwards. For information about the organ see The Chapel organ.
10 October 2015
Another corner stone of music in chapel is the organ recital series and we could not hope for a more suitable performer for the occasion than John Butt.
John is an artist of the very highest quality who has been closely associated with King’s College throughout his career, ever since serving as Organ Scholar.
He performs a richly varied programme including works by Olivier Messiaen and the ever-thrilling King’s alumna Errollyn Wallen.
Free entry (retiring collection)
11 November 2015
The magnificent organ is a vital and much loved part of the musical heritage of the Chapel and has an important role in the anniversary celebrations. This concert is devised to showcase the organ and the Chapel acoustic. The organ will sound magnificent in the gifted hands of Thomas Trotter, King’s alumnus and one of our great organists.
After the 2015 Nine Lessons and Carols service, the organ will fall silent for 9 months for essential repairs. This concert will raise money for the organ restoration and repair fund.
Please note: This concert starts at 7.30pm will be broadcast live on Radio 3. Please take your seats by 7.25pm. Please turn off all audible devices. Latecomers please wait quietly at the South Door of the Chapel, and you will be admitted after the Widor Toccata.
- Widor: Toccata arr. Willcocks
- Saint Saëns: Organ Symphony
- Berlioz: Te Deum
Thomas Trotter, organ
King’s College Choir
BBC Concert Orchestra
Stephen Cleobury, conductor
Curated by Flora Willson.
Tickets: SOLD OUT but a waiting list is in place. Contact The Visitor Centre, King's Parade, Cambridge (01223 769340) .
In partnership with the Cambridge Music Festival.