Works by CNM members will be featured in recitals at Colchester’s newly-restored Moot Hall Organ this summer. Ian Ray’s recital on 28th July will include Jenni Pinnock’s Moto Perpetuo (runner-up in the PIPEWORKS competition) as well as a new piece by Alan Bullard: Moot Hall Toccata. On 4th August, James Bowstead will perform Peter Thorne’sContinue reading “CNM members’ works premiered at the Moot Hall Organ Fest 2015”
CNM and the Friends of the Moot Hall Organ are delighted to announce the winners of PIPEWORKS, the Moot Hall Organ composition competition: First prize (£250): Moot Points by John Furse Second prize (£150): Graduation Toccata by Mark Bellis These two pieces will be premiered by organist Tom Bell at a Roman River Festival concertContinue reading “Moot Hall Organ PIPEWORKS competition winners announced”
The gala concert to celebrate the re-commissioning of Colchester’s Moot Hall Organ will take place on Thursday 21 May 2015. This recital, performed by Colchester-born organist David Drinkell, will include a new ten minute organ+electronics commission by CNM’s Project Director Julia Usher, entitled The ART and INDUSTRY of PIPEWORK, with sound diffusion by Duncan Chapman.Continue reading “Moot Hall Organ gala concert, 21 May 2015”
A video post on February’s Writing for the Organ workshop at St Botolph’s, Colchester, is now available here. Entries have started coming in for the PIPEWORKS call for scores: only two and a half weeks to go until the deadline!
CNM member Julia Usher has received the commission to create a new piece for the re-opening celebrations of the Colchester Moot Hall Organ. The ten-minute work – The ART and INDUSTRY of PIPEWORK – will incorporate sound diffusion by Duncan Chapman; it will be premiered at the gala concert on Thursday 21st May 2015, andContinue reading “Julia Usher receives Moot Hall Organ commission”