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Summer Organ Recitals: Francesca Massey

Summer Organ Recitals:
Francesca Massey

Thursday 12 September 2024 at 7pm

Enjoy the awe-inspiring sound of the Cathedral’s magnificent organ as the evening sun reflects on the unparalleled architecture of the nave during our summer recital series. These concerts will feature some of the country’s leading players, performing a veritable feast of varied organ music, with a video-link to the organ loft, enabling the audience to see the magic unfold on the keys at close quarter.

Francesca Massey has recently embarked upon an active portfolio career as an organist, choral conductor and teacher, having worked as a cathedral musician for 15 years. Francesca was educated at Cambridge University and the Royal Northern College of Music (on a prestigious ABRSM Scholarship), holding Organ Scholarships at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and Manchester Cathedral. She later became Assistant Organist at Great St Mary’s Church, Cambridge, Assistant Director of Music at Peterborough Cathedral, Sub-Organist at Durham Cathedral and Director of Music at Rochester Cathedral. Francesca performs regularly as a recitalist throughout the UK and abroad, and works as a liturgical organist/conductor in a number of prestigious London churches and chapels, as well as being Musical Director of Cranbrook Choral Society. She has four critically-acclaimed solo recordings to her name (Carnival, Bravura!, The Forgotten Gem, and The complete works of Maurice Duruflé).

Advance Tickets:
Adults – £8
Students – £4
Under 18s – ​Free

On the door tickets:
Adults – £10
Students – £5
Under 18s – Free

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