Recitals

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Mailing List
St Botolph’s has a mailing list which provides information about forthcoming concerts once a month. If you would like to be added to the list please contact Matthew Dunn for further information.

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Wednesday Lunchtime Recitals
St Botolph’s has been running lunchtime recitals since April 2012.

They have proved a popular way to relax at lunchtime with first rate music given by a range of performers; from soloists from London’s prestigious music schools to international recitalists travelling to London to perform on St Botolph’s historic organ.

Admission is free but a retiring collection is taken to support the soloists and the work of the church. The recitals last for 30mins and begin at 13.05 on Wednesdays. Recitals do not take place during August or over the Christmas period.

If you are a performer and would like to give a recital please contact Matthew Dunn with your CV and prospective programme and you will be contacted directly.

Lunchtime Organ Recitals

The organ of St Botolph’s is arguably the oldest church organ in the country and has been exceptionally well restored by Goetze and Gywnn in 2006. From December 2013, St Botolph’s will run monthly lunchtime organ recitals showcasing this fabulous instrument.

Recitals will be held each month one Monday, begin at 1.05pm and last for 30mins. Admission will be free with a retiring collection for the church and the performer. Further details will follow in due course.

Evening Concerts

In addition to the lunchtime recitals, St Botolph’s occasionally hosts evening concerts. News of forthcoming evening concerts will be shown here when the next dates are finalised.

Organ and Church Hire

We are pleased to have a church with a great acoustic, organ and piano. The church is available to Choirs and other groups for rehearsals and concerts for a fee. Please contact Administrator for further information about this.

For more information please visit Matthew Dunn’s website and in particular Sacred Voices