Find your ‘bon gout’ on Newcastle University’s new Aubertin organ

The Aubertin Organ in the King's Hall, Newcastle University | photo Richard Hird Part of the recent £26m restoration of the historic Armstrong Building at Newcastle University was the installation of an organ by Bernard Aubertin in the King's Hall, one of only three Aubertin instruments in the UK.  You are invited to play this instrument on Saturday 27th July, in an RCO class on music of the French Classical era. Organists at all playing levels are welcome to bring along movements from French Classical organ masses, hymn settings and suites for coaching with Andrew Cantrill-Fenwick,…

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