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  • Event Information
    • Where

      The Great Hall via The Palm Court Entrance


      When

      20th January


      Time

      Date Doors open Event Start time Event Finish time
      20th January 2015 18:45 19:00 21:00

      Admission

      Ticket Door
      Adult £10
      Friends of the Organ £7
      Students FREE

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  • Event Overview
    • Organ Concert

      GERARD BROOKS was appointed Director of Music at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster in 2008. Prior to this, he was for twenty years Associate Director of Music at All Souls, Langham Place. He is a professor at the Royal Academy of Music and Organ Tutor for the Royal College of Organists/St. Giles Organ School, and for Latymer Upper School.

      He was first taught the organ by John Webster, and continued his studies with Susi Jeans whilst organ scholar at Lincoln College, Oxford. After winning the Stephen Arlen Award, he went to Strasbourg Conservatoire as a pupil of Daniel Roth, returning to England after two years to continue his studies with Nicolas Kynaston.

      He has made over a dozen solo recordings on the Priory label, among them the complete organ music of Eugène Gigout and Camille Saint-Saëns; he presents and plays on the Fugue State Films DVD productions “The Genius of Cavaillé-Coll” and “Widor: Master of the Organ Symphony” (the latter scheduled for release in 2015).

       


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  • Directions/Journey Planner
    • Journey Planner


      HOW TO FIND US

      Situated between Muswell Hill & Wood Green, Alexandra Palace is well served by all forms of public transport and is easy to reach by underground, road, rail & air.

      BY SAT NAV

      Postcode: N22 7AY

      1500 complimentary parking spaces (first come first served)

      BY TUBE

      Wood Green is the nearest underground station on the Piccadilly Line. Exit Wood Green Station turn left, cross the road and to bus stop F to pick up the W3 bus up the hill to Alexandra Palace.

      BY RAIL

      Alexandra Palace has its own British Rail Station, fittingly called Alexandra Palace Station. It is located at the Wood Green entrance to the Park. A regular train service runs direct from Moorgate or from Kings Cross, changing at Finsbury Park.

      BY BUS

      Take the W3 bus from outside the station to the main Palm Court entrance. Some shows offer a free shuttle bus service from both Wood Green and Alexandra Palace stations check on the page of your event to find out more.

      BY AIR

      From Heathrow Airport, take the Piccadilly Line directly to Wood Green Station.

      From Gatwick Airport an express takes you direct to Victoria Station, then take the Piccadilly Line direct to Wood Green Station.

      Disabled parking

      There are dedicated accessible bays in the Gove Car park (250yard walk up a slight hill) and the East Car Park at the Ice Rink end of the building.

      There is a drop off point outside the Palm Court Entrance via the west slip road where staff will assist with directions.

       

      By Air

      From Heathrow Airport, take the Piccadilly Line directly to Wood Green Station.

      From Gatwick Airport an express takes you direct to Victoria Station, then take the Piccadilly Line direct to Wood Green Station.

      Getting home

      Please note that the last tube from Wood Green Station leaves around midnight and the last train from Alexandra Palace Station leaves around
      Midnight. It is worth checking the last train times for your event date at www.tfl.gov.uk

      Pre book your taxi to and from the Palace
      click here
      to for a cheaper easier deal. Minicabit.com finds you the best cab rate from a UK network of taxis.

  • Food & Drink
    • Food & Drink


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      The Bar & Kitchen

      Our onsite pub  open from 11am-11pm. Offering an extensive wine list and real ales with a traditional pub menu including daily specials.

      Arrive early to enjoy some of the best views of London before attending the event

  • Schedule
    • PART ONE

      Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877-1933)

      Nun Danket alle Gott op.65 n0.59

      Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

      In dir ist Freude

      George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)

      Hornpipe from the Water Music

      Hallelujah Chorus arr. Dubois

      Théodore Dubois (1837-1924)

      Toccata

      Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912)

      Three Impromptus

      J.Arthur Meale (1880-1932)

      Fountain Melody

      William Southcombe Lloyd Webber (1914-82)

      Arietta

      Dedication March

      PART TWO

      Alexis Chauvet (1837-1971)

      Grand Choeur in C

      Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911)

      Marche Funèbre et Chant Séraphique

      Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937)

      Marche du Veilleur de Nuit (from Bach’s Memento)

      Symphony no. 4 (original 1872 version)

      Toccata ~ Fugue ~ Adagio ~ Finale