Lunchtime at Redcliffe - Free Organ Recital Featuring Jeremiah Stephenson

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St Mary Redcliffe

Jeremiah Stephenson

(All Saints, Margaret Street, London)

Thursday 16 January 2020

1.15-1.55 pm

Jeremiah Stephenson first started learning the organ as a chorister at

Sheffield Cathedral. Currently Acting Director of Music at All Saints Margaret

Street in London, Jeremiah combines his Sunday duties with a busy career as a

freelance recitalist, accompanist and teacher.

Jeremiah has performed in venues across the UK, Europe and America, and his

work has been broadcast on television and radio in the UK, France and the

Czech Republic.

A prize-winning graduate of Cambridge University and the Royal Academy of

Music, Jeremiah completed his studies at Toulouse Conservatoire supported

by the Nicholas Danby Trust. He won first prize in the Eben International

Organ Competition held in the Czech Republic, and second prize in the

International Competition ‘Prix de J L Florentz’ organized by L’Académie des

Beaux-Arts in Angers, France.

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

Jeremiah Stephenson

(All Saints, Margaret Street, London)

Thursday 16 January at 1.15pm

Marcel Dupré (1886-1971) from Symphonie Passion:

Le monde dans l'attente du Sauveur (The world awaiting the saviour)

Olivier Messiaen (1908-92) from La Nativité de Seigneur

La vierge et l'enfant (The Virgin and Child)

Les bergers (The Shepherds)

Les anges (The Angels)

Les mages (The Magi)

Dieu parmi nous (God Among Us)

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



0117 231 0060


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 £5 with gift aid would be worth £6.25 to us,

A donation of £4 would be worth £5.

The Spring 2020 Series continues on Thursday 23 January

with Simon Russell (St Mary’s, Nantwich)

Spring Term 2020

30 Hamish Wagstaff Sydney, Australia

6 Feb Gary Desmond Bath Abbey

13 Michael Bonaventure Edinburgh

20 David Halls Salisbury Cathedral

27 Emma Gibbins Newport Cathedral

5 Mar Samuel Ali Royal College of Music

12 Andrew Kirk & Alison Howell St Mary Redcliffe

19 Simon Bell Cheltenham

26 Nick Miller London

2 Apr Nigel Nash Bristol

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