Centrally located within The Town Hall complex, The Concert Hall is one of the finest of its type in Britain.
Originally built in 1882 and refurbished in 2000, it also houses the restored Father Willis Organ, boasting superb acoustics.
The Concert Hall hosts a varied programme of classical music, organ recitals, blues, jazz, folk, acoustic pop & rock, stand-up comedy, and lectures to suite all tastes.
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Lunchtime Organ Recitals
Supported by The Berkshire Organists' Association
All recitals take place at The Concert Hall
Special Offer -You can now save time and money by booking your organ recital ticket in advance.
Advance Price: £4.50
On Doors: £5
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Advance tickets are available until midnight the day before the recital
Dates for 2019-2020
Monday 23 September 2019 - Edward Kemp-Luck, London
Monday 18 November 2019 - Benjamin Chewter, London
Monday 20 January 2020 - David Pether, Reading
Monday 16 March 2020 - Jamie Andrews (Eton College Organ Student)
Monday 18 May 2020 - Jamie Rogers (St Marylebone Parish Church, London)
Monday 20 July 2020 - David Quinn, Bradfield College
Berkshire Organists’ Association
Patron: Dame Gillian Weir
The Berkshire Organists' Association is proud to support the series of organ recitals on the historic Father Willis organ in the Concert Hall, ensuring that this important instrument is played and heard regularly.
Our association was formed in 1921 with the aims of promoting the art of organ playing, bringing the organ and its music to the public, and providing advice and support to players. We hold regular organ-related events monthly for members, including social gatherings and visits to churches, cathedrals and concert halls across Southern England. We also arrange public organ concerts in local churches.
New members, who need not be players, can be assured of a very warm welcome. We hope that anyone interested in the organ and its music will join us.
For further information please visit www.berkshireorganists.org.uk