Masterclass with Bine Bryndorf on Bruhns and Buxtehude

Bine Bryndorf   The thirty-first IOA London Organ Day was held on 4th March, under the direction of Tom Bell, featuring the stylus fantasticus of the early Baroque.  The venue was the Dutch Church, in the City of London, with its Flentrop organ, perfect for this repertoire.  The morning session included a masterclass on Bruhns and Buxtehude with Bine Bryndorf, Professor of Organ and Sacred Music at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen, where she is also organist at the Trinitas Church. Introducing James Orford (biographies of the two masterclass organists below) playing the…

2 thoughts on “Masterclass with Bine Bryndorf on Bruhns and Buxtehude

  1. Thanks for signing me in to iRCO . A number of happy lessons on Norwich Cathedral Organ , with Katherine Denish Williams , and J. Thomas a few years ago, and excellent support from David Dunnett.
    Charles Hines

  2. Cost permitting I would attend so many more events. I enjoyed the Birmingham University RCO day , last year on Bruhns and the Stylus Fantasticus. I love this music and the European origins of it. Charles Hines.

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