Close up of the Organ at Bradford Cathedral

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Our weekly recitals are friendly and entertaining, consisting of 45 minutes of top-class organ playing, with the recitalists introducing pieces as they go. You can join us at 13:00 for the free recital, or come along from 12:30 for a buffet lunch (only £4).

Spring 2024 Season

Our weekly organ recital series showcases top-class performers playing beautiful music from across the centuries in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

This season’s theme is ‘Trios and Trio Sonatas’ which features JS Bach’s six trio sonatas in full

Entry is free and there is an optional buffet lunch at 12:30 before the recital for £4. There is also a Retiring Collection towards the costs of the recitals,

This season’s organists:

17th April 2024 - Paul Dewhurst (Bridlington)

24th April 2024 - Alberto Barbetta (Italy)

1st May 2024 - James Mitchell (Sheffield)

8th May 2024 - Anthony Gray (Bradford)

15th May 2024 - Christopher Stokes (Manchester)

22nd May 2024 - Graham Thorpe (Bradford)

5th June 2024 - David Bendix Nielsen (Denmark)

12th June 2024 - Jonathan Allsopp (Southwell Minster)

19th June 2024 - Pete Gunstone (Bradford Cathedral)

26th June 2024 - Francesca Massey (London)

3rd July 2024 - Jonathan Kingston (Stony Stratford)

Book Tickets

Guide Prices

Free recital begins at 13:00
Of join buffet lunch from 12.30 for £4

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Facilities

Children

  • Children welcome

Map & Directions

Wednesday @ One Organ Recital

Type:Music - Classical

Bradford Cathedral, 1 Stott Hill, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 4EH

Opening Times

Season (17 Apr 2024 - 3 July 2024)
DayTimes
Wednesday12:30

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