Organ recital - Malcolm Pearce

Last edited by valtate_uk on 11 March 2018

Venue, Timing and Cost

St Peter's Wolvercote Sun 18 March 4.00pm
Sunday, 18 March 2018
Free - retiring collection for Wolvercote Young Peoples Club
Malcolm Pearce

Prelude & Fugue in G - J S Bach (1685-1750)

Chorale Prelude - Georg Bohm (1661-1733)

Voluntary - John Stanley (1713-1786)

Choral Song & Fugue - S S Wesley  (1810-1876)

- Short interval - tea and cakes

English non-sacred repertoire from 1st half 20th century by Goss-Custard, Wolstenholme, Ireland, Whitlock, Dyson

Carillon de Westminster - Louis Vierne (1870-1937)

Organist Malcolm Pearce is a recitalist, accompanist and choral director. He received his early musical training as a Quirister at Winchester College. He studied at King’s College, London and the Royal College of Music, winning the Walford Davies prize for organ performance in his final year. He was Director of Music at Magdalen College School, Oxford from 1981 to 2007. Currently, he is conductor of the choir of Oxford University Press and is involved in diverse projects, ranging from the early music to contemporary repertoire. In addition to accompanying and continuo work, he has given solo and concerto performances on the organ at home and abroad and has made CD recordings. As a composer he is regularly commissioned and his work has been published, recorded and broadcast on Radio 3.

Further Information

Contact Details: 

St Peter's Wolvercote, First Turn, Oxford OX2 8AQ