Given by the widely revered Professor Ian Tracey, Organist to the City of Liverpool, our organ recitals take place on various Tuesdays throughout 2019, from 12.45pm – 1.30pm.
There will also be an additional recital as part of Liverpool Organ Day on Monday 7 May 2019 at 5.30pm.
Please Note: Tickets for this event can be purchased online or on the door.
About the Willis Organ at St George’s Hall
The organ at St George’s Hall was built by “Father” Henry Willis and completed in 1855, It has since undergone numerous renovations, due to modernisation and maintenance. The Willis Organ is supported by proceeds from St George’s Hall Charitable Trust.
About Professor Ian Tracey
Professor Ian Tracey is one of Britain’s best known and most widely respected musicians, having been organist at the monumental Anglican Cathedral in his home town of Liverpool for over 30 years. His performances there on their own famous Willis organ – the largest in the UK – have thrilled the instrument’s thousands of fans around the world and met with praise from the critics. He holds several other official positions and combines them with a busy freelance career as a recitalist and conductor.
Organ Recital Series Dates
Tuesday 15 January
Tuesday 19 March
Tuesday 16 April
Monday 6 May (Liverpool Organ Day – 5.30pm)
Tuesday 14 May
Tuesday 18 June
Tuesday 16 July
Tuesday 10 September
Tuesday 15 October
Tuesday 19 November
Tuesday 17 December
Please Note: All of the above recitals take place from 12.45pm-1.30pm, unless otherwise stated.