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Free Organ Concert

13 September 2017 - 7:15pm
Brethren and their wives, partners, family and friends are most cordially invited to attend the latest in the series of “Tercentenary” one-hour, free organ concerts.  
The concert is being given by, John Kitchen OBE, The City Organist of Edinburgh, on the refurbished Grand Temple organ. 

Subject to final confirmation works will include Bach, Handel and Elgar as well as the well-known and dazzling ‘Widor’s Toccata’; accompanying lighter pieces such as Handel in the Strand, by Grainger: and, a selection of Scottish dances arranged by Michael Thomson.  

This is part of a series of Organ Concerts on the splendid refurbished Willis organ in the Grand Temple of Freemasons' Hall, London.

Before the concert why not take the opportunity to visit the Library and Museum's new exhibition gallery at Freemasons' Hall to see its exhibition, Three Centuries of English Freemasonry? which will be open until 18:30 that evening. ADMISSION IS FREE.

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Freemasons Hall, London

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