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RECENT EVENTS - Wayne Marshall Organ Concert

Wednesday 21 October 2009 - 7:45 PM

Wayne Marshall- main

Critically acclaimed organist is considered as one of the brightest talents on the classical music scene. After musical studies in the UK and Vienna he swiftly established an international reputation as a highly gifted organist and pianist. As an organ soloist he draws on an exceptionally large and varied repertoire, particularly favouring the French romantics and has appeared in recitals through the UK, Europe, North America and the Far East. He now comes to the Hall to showcase this unique talent with a programme that includes Widor’s famous Symphonie no.6 and his own arrangement of Bernstein’s Wonderful Town.


Marshall: Intrada
Dupre: Allegro Deciso
Roger Ducasse: Pastorale
Widor: Symphony no. 6
Bernstein arr. Marshall: Overture Wonderful Town
Strauss arr. Marshall: Overture Die Fledermaus
Verdi arr. Marshall: Overture Un Ballo di Maschera
Verdi arr. Marshall: Spuntato Ecco
Tchaikovsky arr. Marshall: Polonaise (From Eugene Onegin)


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