New organ concerts at West Bromwich
Published on 21st September 2012
Sandwell Council is to kick-off their latest series of monthly Thursday lunchtime organ concerts at West Bromwich Town Hall next month.
The first concert features the talents of Peter Morris on this highly-respected historic organ at the High Street venue on October 4, between 1pm-2pm.
Peter Morris, one of the most respected organists in the Midlands is the first of seven musicians to give the free-admission concerts.
The other organists booked for the concerts are Damien Willetts, Jonathon Clarke, Richard Hall, Jean Martyn and Warwick Wolsley.
* people wanting more information or a programme should contact Lorna Johnson on 0121 569 8276 or visit http://www.sandwell.gov.uk/
The organ, which was installed in 1878, was described as being of historic important by the British Institute of Organ Studies and is recorded as "historic" in the National Pipe-Organ Register at Cambridge University.
Sandwell Council's cabinet member for leisure, Councillor Linda Horton, said: "These free concerts are popular and we are pleased at the high standard of acknowledge musicians who are taken part in our latest series.
"The Town Hall is an excellent venue for these concerts and I am sure that people who get along to the concerts will enjoy the entertainment.
* People wanting more information or a programme should contact Lorna Johnson on 0121 569 8276 or visit http://www.sandwell.gov.uk/