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St Mary Redcliffe Church Organ Recital, Thursday 22 February - John Davenport

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St Mary Redcliffe

John Davenport

(All Saints Clifton)

Thursday 22 February 2018

1.15-1.55 pm


John Davenport was brought up in Hampshire. His initial enthusiasm for

music was fostered as a Chorister at Portsmouth Cathedral and as a ‘Quirister’

at Winchester College. He began the organ at ten, and after secondary

education at Lancing College, Sussex, gained the Henry Smart Organ

Scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music, where he gained the ARCO, FRCO

and LRAM (Organ Performance). He then became Organ Scholar at

Peterhouse, Cambridge, and later studied at York University.

He retired from full time teaching in 2005 after 35 years running Music

Departments in various schools around the country, including Director of

Music at Clifton College, Bristol and Director of Music at Bolton School,

Lancashire. He was also conductor of various choral societies and orchestras,

including the Bristol Concert Orchestra.

He now works as an examiner for the ABRSM in this country and abroad, and

is enjoying making music – as an organist, accompanist, cellist and conductor.

He is Director of Music at All Saints, Clifton, and is an accompanist/director of

‘Poscimur’ – a choir that regularly sings in Cathedrals around the country.

Please turn off mobile phones before the concert begins

Please do not take photos during the performance.

No Recordings can be made of this concert

without the permission of the performers.


John Davenport

(All Saints, Clifton)

Thursday 22 February at 1.15pm

Fantasia in F minor K.608 W A Mozart (1756 – 91)

Psalm Prelude Set. 2 No.1

‘De profundis clamavi ad te, Domine’ Howells (1892 – 1983)

Sonata Eroica Op.94 Joseph Jongen (1873 – 1953)

COULD YOU DONATE USING GIFT AID?

If you are a UK Tax Payer, please would you consider gift-aiding your donation at the end

of the recital? We are able to claim back 25p in every £1.

Envelopes and pens available at the back of church.

A donation of £3 with gift aid would be worth £3.75 to us,

A donation of £4 would be worth £5 to us.


Next week: Thursday 1 March

Emma Gibbins (St Woolos Cathedral, Newport)

Fantasia in G, BWV 572 J.S. Bach (1685-1750)

Variations on Amazing Grace Denis Bédard (b. 1950)

Satyagraha Philip Glass (b. 1937)

Transcribed by Michael Riesman

Finlandia Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)

Transcribed by Herbert Austin Fricker

The Arc Café in the Undercroft

Open Monday to Friday 8.00 am to 3.00 pm

Tel: 0117 929 8658

Serving home made refreshments all day

Lunch served from 12 – 2.30 pm

(drinks without a food order may not always be available at busy

lunch times)

For further information about organ recitals in the UK, please visit

Organrecitals.com

www.stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

( 0117 231 0060

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