Sun 25 September 2022: 1pm – 8pm, various venues

‘Bach and Friends’, the first UK complete performance of Orgelbüchlein and the Orgelbüchlein Project takes place in September 2022 in London.

Entry to each concert is free, and will be presented by broadcaster Zeb Soanes.

The series is promoted by the Royal College of Organists, with the generous support of Professor Chris Wood.

St George’s, Hanover Square 1pm – ‘The Dance’ 

Tom Bell, organ 

Pieces by: David Maw, Roderick Williams, Paul Ayres, Andrew Keeling, Jeremy Thurlow, Frederick Stocken, David Franke, Silas Wollston, Benoît Mernier, Andrew Gant, Jacques Pichard, Jacques van Oortmerssen, Zsigmond Szathmáry, Andreas Fischer. By Bach: BWV 601 608 612 617 631 644. 

Westminster Central Hall 3pm – ‘Luther’ 

Gerard Brooks, organ 

Pieces by: Gerard Brooks, Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Daniel Saleeb, Francis Jackson, William Cole, Hayo Boerema, Ruth Byrchmore, Andrew Arthur, Joanna Ward, Stephen Hough, Catherine Kontz, João Vaz. By Bach: BWV 599 604 606 611 616 619 626. 

St George’s, Hanover Square 5pm
‘A Requiem in Homage to HM Queen Elizabeth II’ 

Martyn Noble, organ, with the Choir of St George’s 

Pieces by: Lionel Rogg, Christian von Blohn, Lorenzo Ghielmi, John Scott Whiteley, Alec Roth, James O’ Donnell, James Francis Brown, Peter Shepherd, William Whitehead, Timothy Byram-Wigfield, Pierre Farago, John Rutter, Alexander Campkin, Gregory Rose. By Bach: BWV 602 613 614 630 641. 

St George’s, Hanover Square 7pm – Bach: A Celebration 

William Whitehead and Jeremiah Stephenson, organ 

Pieces by: Jonathan Dove, Peter Holder, Loïc Mallié, James Lark, Thierry Escaich, Nico Muhly, Daniel Kidane, Simon Johnson, Sebastian Forbes, Nigel Allcoat, David Bednall, Ronny Krippner, Iain Farrington, Peter Planyavsky, David Till, Giles Swayne, Francis Pott. By Bach: BWV 603 605 610 615 623 628 640 642. 

Additionally, the weekend opens at 4pm Friday 23 September with a Bach Masterclass at City of London School, given by John Scott Whiteley and concluding at 6pm with an informal recital by the masterclass players.