Cambridge Churches, College Chapels & Organs
3 Mar — 5 Mar 2017 | Tour Director: John Bryden
During our short music tour in Cambridge we will relish the great variety of organs placed in intimate college chapels and city churches of remarkable history and architecture. Recitals on each instrument will be given either by the Tour Director or the College Organ Scholar. Our musical exploration includes:
• Peterhouse chapel which houses Snetzler’s organ built in 1765
• Little Saint Mary’s fine organ, designed by Kenneth Tickell
• Queens’ College’s organ, built by JJ Binns of Leeds which remains tonally unaltered since it was built in 1892
• Evensong in the Chapel of St John’s College and Sung Eucharist in the Chapel of King’s College
• A candlelight performance by pianist Martin Roscoe at Stapleford Granary.
John Bryden, MA, ARCM, ARCO
international concert pianist and organist and classical music lecturer
3 Mar — 5 Mar 2017
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"This tour was special because it was so full and so informative and we enjoyed splendid performances on several organs and the delightful recital at the Granary."
ACE Customer February 2016
accommodation based on sharing a twin or double bedded room, performances as described, breakfast, one lunch & dinner with water & coffee, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
travel insurance, double room for single use supplement £170.