Thanks again to everyone who helped to make Limerick Pipe Organ Festival 2016 such a success. Many thanks to Aoife Daly for her beautiful photos from the closing weekend, which are now available in our gallery.
Trevor Crowe’s Workshop
Martin Baker’s Concert
Many thanks to Martin Baker for a truly magnificent recital on Friday night, especially for his fabulous improvisation! Thanks also to Trevor Crowe for a fascinating and insightful lecture on organ building and maintenance on Saturday afternoon. These beautiful events were a wonderful finale to Limerick Pipe Organ Festival. Our sincerest thanks to all of our supporters & sponsors, crowdfunders, performers, participants, observers, audience members, venues, and to everyone who supported us in any way. Without your help, the festival would not have been possible.
Photos from Friday night and Saturday afternoon soon to follow in our gallery!
Today’s improvisation workshop with Martin Baker was a wonderful success – many thanks to Martin, our participants, our observers, and St. John’s Cathedral. Photos soon to follow in our gallery!
Improvisation Workshop with Martin Baker
We’re really looking forward to tomorrow night’s concert at St. John’s Cathedral at 7:30PM, the highlight of which will surely be the 12 minutes improvisation on a theme to be given to Martin Baker on the night:
· Buxtehude, Dietrich – Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern
· Franck, César – Choral No.1 in E major
· Reger, Max – Fantasie über den Choral “Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern”
· Baker, Martin – Improvisation
· Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) – Passacaglia (BWV 582)
Admission €10 at the door (concession €8).
We hope to see you there for what promises to be a magnificent concert!
Thanks very much to Peter Barley for his beautiful recital today!
There are just three events left before the end of our 2016 festival: a masterclass in improvisation with renowned organist Martin Baker tomorrow (an application form to participate or observe can be found in a separate post below below); a recital by Martin Baker on Friday night, and a workshop in organ building and maintenance by Trevor Crowe on Saturday afternoon.
We hope to see you there, please spread the word!