We thoroughly enjoyed Anthony's 'All-Organic Musical Menu' yesterday and feasted on his choice of music: the 'Main Course' by 'the greatest composer of all time', Bach, in particular, was complex and challenging, and the Henri Mulet was clearly a favourite with the audience, where there seemed to be more notes
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We are delighted to welcome back Anthony Burns-Cox, who will play for us on Monday 16th August from 1pm. Anthony's delicious musical programme is clearly meant to tempt our tastebuds and our appetites; and based on his previous performances we are destined to be more than satisfied with his selection.
Today’s concert was billed as our Annual Organ Celebration and, thanks to Charles Francis, that is precisely what it was! We loved his music programme – after 18 months of silence I for one could feel my brain coming alive again! It is hard to claim favourites in a programme
We are simply 'over the moon' to be welcoming, for his debut performance at Holy Trinity, Charles Francis, second year student at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire! Charles is already a seasoned recitalist and much in demand at highly prestigious locations: St Paul's and Birmingham Cathedrals amongst them . . .
John Collins will be playing his specialist subject: European Organ Music and we are very much looking forward to this long-awaited-for return to organ recitals at Holy Trinity. A beautiful half hour of music and a very warm welcome awaits you . . . do please join us. FREE ENTRANCE
Music is definitely back at Holy trinity, Gosport, and what a 'come back' concert we had this afternoon! It was a superb programme: just right for the time of year and beautiful setting. We enjoyed every piece, from Delius to Vaughan Williams, Herbert Howells to Mussorgsky, Grieg to Massenet, we