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Jeremiah Stephenson
Jeremiah Stephenson
Huddersfield Town Hall - Monday 24th Jaunuary 2022 - 13.00
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  • 2022-01-24 00:00:00Z
  • Jeremiah Stephenson
    Huddersfield Town Hall
    Tickets £5 plus booking fee


    Marcel Dupré (1886-1971) Allegro Deciso (Évocation)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Fantasia in F minor, K 608

    From the Orgelbüchlein Project:
    Elena Langer (b.1974) O Traurigkeit, O Herzeleid
    Iain Farrington (b.1977) Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir

    Dan Locklair (b.1949) Rubrics (A Liturgical Suite for Organ)
    i) "… 'Hallelujah,' has been restored..."
    ii) "Silence may be kept"
    iii) "... and thanksgivings may follow."
    iv) “The Peace may be exchanged"
    v) “The people respond - Amen!"

    Florence Price (1887-1953) Adoration
     Elf on a Moonbeam

    Rachel Laurin (b.1961) Étude Héroïque

    One of the UK's busiest young organists, Jeremiah’s recital work has taken him across Europe and to America. His playing has been broadcast on television and radio in the UK, France and the Czech Republic, where in 2016 he won first prize in the Petr Eben competition.

    Jeremiah combines his recital work with the post of Associate Director of Music at All Saints’, Margaret Street, London, and various educational projects. As a prize-winning Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, and one of their youngest Accredited Teachers, Jeremiah’s particular passion is introducing children to the organ and building with them an appreciation of the instrument’s diverse repertoire.  He currently teaches four groups of state-school students, whose lessons are sponsored by Inspiring Organists (part of the RCO’s outreach); Union Chapel, Islington; the Church of Our Lady, St John’s Wood; and the St John, Kennington Organ Studentship Scheme.

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