Organ Reframed – releasing the organ from its traditional roots

The Father Willis at the Union Chapel in Islington, North London, will be centre stage in a three-day event next week, as Organ Reframed challenges artists and audiences to rethink the organ.  The festival, from 13th to 15th October 2017, features eight new commissions, and rare performances from musicians and artists from the UK, US and Canada. The festival programme has been curated by composer Claire M Singer. " To have the opportunity to build on the organ’s rich history and bring it to the attention of a new generation of artists feels important," she says. "It may not be…

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