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Wednesday 09 May 2018

Organ Concert at Freemasons Hall


INTERNATIONAL CONCERT ORGANIST, RICHARD HILLS, FRCO, WILL BE PLAYING THE ORGAN OF THE GRAND TEMPLE AT FREEMASONS' HALL ON WEDNESDAY 13TH JUNE, 7:15PM


Part of the preparation for the United Grand Lodge of England’s Tercentenary was the overhaul and enhancement of the 1933 Willis III organ in the Grand Temple to coincide with a series of free, public organ concerts. This will be the first organ concert of 2018 to be given by London-based organist Richard Hills.

Richard’s musical background began when he commenced classical organ studies at Rochester Cathedral, before he became Organ Scholar at Exeter College, Oxford. Richard has numerous awards to this name alongside national and international TV and radio appearances, and is Organist at St Mary's Bourne Street in London.

The Organ Concert is free to attend, with doors opening one hour beforehand – to book your place, please click here.

The skills of Richard Hills FRCO will be videoed on the walls and this is an occasion not to be missed – watch him play Tiger Rag on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWClq1Pr7hM