Raising the profile in Derry-Londonderry

from left to right: Stewart Smith, Daniel Moult, Catherine Ennis, Sir Roger Gifford, Louis Fields, Nicky Morton. The College was a partner in the inaugural Guildhall Organ Festival in Derry-Londonderry at the end of October.  A packed programme over three days was led by artistic director Catherine Ennis, supported by Daniel Moult, using the three-manual Hill organ in the Guildhall as the centrepiece. The hall itself has been completely rebuilt in recent years and is now one of the city’s major tourist attractions.  The organ, which received some restoration work as part of the hall rebuild,…

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