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An Organ Recital by Thomas Trotter

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Cheltenham College

Bath Road

Cheltenham

GL53 7LD

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To celebrate the restoration of the organ, Thomas Trotter, one of Britain's most acclaimed musicians and sought-after organists, returns to Cheltenham College for a recital on the newly refurbished organ.



Recital programme includes:

JS Bach - Toccata & Fugue in D minor BWV 565

CPE Bach - Sonata in F major

L Vierne - Hymne au soleil

JP Sweelinck - Variations on Est-ce Mars

G Holst - 'Jupiter' from The Planets

E Elgar - Sonata in G major

R Wagner - Overture: Rienzi



Thomas Trotter biography:

Thomas Trotter is one of Britain's most widely admired musicians. He has had a special relationship with the City of Birmingham since he was appointed City Organist in 1983, after Sir George Thalben-Ball, based as the city's renovated historic Town Hall, where he is also Resident Organist of the magnificent Klais organ in Symphony Hall. He is also Organist at St Margaret's Church at Westminster Abbey, and Visiting Fellow in Organ Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music. Earlier in his career, he was organ scholar at King's College, Cambridge, and he later continued his studies with Marie-Claire Alain in Paris, where he took the Prix de Virtuosité in her class.

Thomas Trotter performs with leading orchestras, such as the Vienna Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, Philharmonia Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic orchestras. Alongside his regular recitals in Birmingham, Thomas Trotter performs throughout the USA and Europe, and at festivals including Salzberg, Berlin, Vienna, Edinburgh and London's BBC Proms.

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