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Worksop Music Concert Series

Run by the College for music-lovers across the region, Worksop Music is a non-profit venture which aims to provide significant cultural enrichment at an accessible cost.

Attracting artists from across the UK and beyond, this series also features home-grown talent from across the school’s pupils and staff. This year’s programme continues the strong spirit of education imbued with quality and diversity: from the pianistic virtuosity of Benjamin Frith, superb choirs with international reputations and perspectives, to  the  Bohemian energy of the Dodo Street Band with their unique blend of Klezmer, Gypsy and Celtic Folk traditions.

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Organ Recital: Paul Hale

Paul Hale is Southwell Cathedral Organist Emeritus, and in 2017 was presented the Thomas Cranmer Award by the Archbishop of Canterbury  for his ‘immense and devoted service over 27 years’.

Organ Adviser to the dioceses of Southwell and of Lincoln, Paul is in international demand as an organ consultant, and was involved in the Worksop College organ rebuild in 2001. Paul runs choral events, lectures and gives organ concerts all over the world.  

 His recital includes Albinoni’s Adagio in G minor, Franck’s Choral No 1 in E, and Norman Cocker’s Tuba Tune.


Date: 22 May 2019
Time: 07:30 pm
Location: Worksop College Chapel
Price Tickets £8 (£7 concessions, £4 children)
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