“Tercentenary” One-Hour Free Organ Concerts. Wednesday, 8 March 2017

All brethren and their wives, partners, family and friends are cordially invited to attend the latest in the series of “Tercentenary” one-hour free organ concerts, which is at:

The Grand Temple, Great Queens Street, London at 18:00 hrs on Wednesday, 8th March 2017

The concert is being given by the young International theatre organist, David Gray, on the refurbished Grand Temple organ.

Whilst the concert will be no less serious than its predecessors, the works being played (subject to final confirmation) will include music from films such as Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Star Wars and Schindler’s List as well as music by Gershwin, Glenn Miller, and JP Sousa. British light music classics by Haydn Wood, Sidney Torch and Eric Coates are also included in the programme.

Tickets can be reserved, free of charge at: Here or Here

“Tercentenary” One-Hour Free Organ Concerts. Wednesday, 8 March 2017

All brethren and their wives, partners, family and friends are cordially invited to attend the latest in the series of “Tercentenary” one-hour free organ concerts, which is at:

The Grand Temple, Great Queens Street, London at 18:00 hrs on Wednesday, 8th March 2017

The concert is being given by the young International theatre organist, David Gray, on the refurbished Grand Temple organ.

Whilst the concert will be no less serious than its predecessors, the works being played (subject to final confirmation) will include music from films such as Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Star Wars and Schindler’s List as well as music by Gershwin, Glenn Miller, and JP Sousa. British light music classics by Haydn Wood, Sidney Torch and Eric Coates are also included in the programme.

Tickets can be reserved, free of charge at: Here or Here

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