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Voyage à Paris begins
24th May 2011
 


 
  

The summer’s festival of all things French begins this weekend with over seventy members of the Boys, Girls and Men of All Saints visiting Paris, singing Masses at the Cathédrale Notre Dame and Église Saint-Sulpice (where they give the first performance of their 2011 commission, Messe pour Saint-Sulpice, by David Briggs (pictured here at Saint-Sulpice)).

Upon their return the choirs sing the 7:00am Ascension Day service, beginning on the roof of the Portico, and at 1:10pm (Thursday 2 June) there is the first of nine weekly organ recitals. The opening recital features the Assistant Organist of Westminster Abbey, James McVinnie, who is joined by Father James Mustard, Assistant Priest at St Peter’s Church, Eaton Square, to give a recital entitled “Making the Invisible Visible”. Mr McVinnie will perform Olivier Messiaen’s ‘’ascension, and Fr. Mustard will present a theological and musicological introduction to the

work. Fr. Mustard is himself a Music Graduate and has performed regularly with the Collegium Vocale Gent, La Chapelle Royale Paris, and Ex Cathedra of Birmingham. He subsequently read Theology at Clare College, Cambridge, and Liturgy and Ethics at Yale Divinity School and the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, in the United States.

All subsequent recitals exclusively feature music by the generations of organist-composers of the great Église Saint-Sulpice: Nivers, Clérambault, Séjan, Schmitt, Lefébure-Wély, Widor, Dupré, Grunenwald, and the present Titulaire du Grand Orgue, and Patron of our series, Daniel Roth. For more information please visit www.organrecitals.com or our own site here.

Admission to the weekly summer recitals, which last around 45 minutes, is £6, with £4 concessions, and admission free to member of the Friends of All Saints’ Music. All the recitals feature our video screen projection system, which allows you to see as well as hear the performer in action.



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