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Pipeworks Festival Autumn 2021 Daniel Moult "Sweelinck : before and after"

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Christ Church Cathedral

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Pipeworks Autumn 2021.... A Festival of Anniversaries

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“Sweelinck : before and after” : organ recital given by Daniel Moult 6.30 pm

Daniel presents a programme celebrating the music of Jan Peterzoon Sweelinck, who died in 1621. He traces a path through the evolution of keyboard music from Byrd to J S Bach, exploring Sweelinck’s influences and his own vast influence on subsequent composers. The 1984 Jones instrument in Christ Church Cathedral, which has strong links with the organ festival, provides a magnificent vehicle for this wide-ranging programme.

Daniel Moult (UK)

Daniel Moult is a renowned organist, recording artist and educator, playing concerts and giving masterclasses all over the globe. As Head of the Organ Department at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire he leads one of the most vibrant and active programmes in the UK. His informed and innovative films have received especial praise. A charismatic and scholarly teacher and animateur, he was educated at Oxford University and the Amsterdam Conservatoire of Music.

Tickets €12 / €8 concessionsPlease note that we cannot take card payments at the door.Covid certificates and masks required for entry. There will be capacity limits and social distancing in line with government health and safety guidelines.


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Pipeworks - Ireland’s premiere advocate of the Organ

From its beginnings in 1980 as the Dublin International Organ Festival, Pipeworks has brought to Irish audiences a diverse programme of music-making with the organ at its centre, fully exploiting not only the wonderful range of instruments to be found in Ireland, but the splendid cathedrals, churches and concert halls which house them.

Since 1980 Pipeworks has mounted fifteen major ten-day festivals, centred on the International Organ Competition which attracts young virtuosi from every corner of the world. These festivals have secured Ireland a respected position in the international organ-playing scene and enhanced the appreciation of Irish audiences for the King of Instruments, its unique and thrilling repertoire and the extraordinary talent of its players.

With the new artistic director David Leigh at the helm, Pipeworks continues to explore Ireland’s organ heritage, and develop an education and outreach programme designed to introduce people to the organ, nurturing young talent and helping local communities showcase their own instruments. Pipeworks continues to present ground-breaking series of complete works, including those of J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Dieterich Buxtehude and Olivier Messiaen, as well as the complete organ symphonies of Louis Vierne; all given by organists resident in Ireland.


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