Organ Recitals

During the second week of the Festival, we present three free Organ Recitals; details are listed below.

These take place in All Saints’ Church, Little Stretton and Holy Trinity Church, Wistanstow. They start at noon.

Admission is free, with a retiring collection at the end of each concert.

On Tuesday and Saturday in Little Stretton, concertgoers are encouraged to have a pre-concert coffee and a chat, at the Ragleth Inn (opposite the church) from 11.15am; both the Ragleth and the Green Dragon (just down the road) will be open for lunch afterwards.

On Thursday in Wistanstow, the Plough Inn (just down the road from the church) will be open to welcome you in for a pre-concert coffee and chat from 11.15am; it will also be open for lunch afterwards.

We will have programme details here nearer the time.

Richard Walker

All Saints' Church, Little Stretton

12noon

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Richard Walker
Richard is Assistant Director of Music at St Chad's, Shrewsbury, and also regularly plays here at Little Stretton. Formerly Director of Music at Harrow School, he is actively involved in music-making in Shropshire as organist, pianist, conductor and concert organiser.

The Ragleth Inn will be open for coffee from 11.15am, and for lunch after the recital.

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Paul Carr

Holy Trinity Church, Wistanstow

12noon

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Paul Carr
Paul is an outstanding Birmingham-based organist who has performed extensively all over the world.

The Plough Inn will be open for coffee from 11.15am, and for lunch after the recital.

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Harry Fletcher & George Nicholls

All Saints' Church, Little Stretton

12noon

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Harry Fletcher & George Nicholls
Harry and George are two pupils of Paul Carr, both with glittering careers ahead of them as musicians.

The Ragleth Inn will be open for coffee from 11.15am, and for lunch after the recital.

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