Concerts and Organ Elevenses

Organ Elevenses is a monthly Saturday morning recital series. Come and enjoy coffee, tea and cake served from 10.30am and a 40-minute recital on the newly-restored organ of the parish church from 11am with a large screen projection of the performer. The recitals are given in aid of the parish church organ fund. Occasionally recitals are also given by other solo musicians and choirs.

Organ Elevenses with Richard Pilliner
Saturday 10 March from 10.30am

The Spring season of Organ Elevenses continues with a recital given by Richard Pilliner, a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, and currently Organist of Shirley Parish Church on the borders of London and Surrey

Suggested donation £5 on the door, under 18s free of charge.

Richard’s programme is as follows:
Komm Gott Schopfer,heiliger Geist, BWV 667 – J.S. Bach
Allein Gott in der Hoh sei Ehr, BWV 662 – J.S. Bach
Dies sind die heilgen zehn gebot, BWV 678 – J.S. Bach
Fantaisie in C, Op.157 – Camille Saint-Saëns
Toccata in D flat, Op.104 – Joseph Jongen

Future Organ Elevenses dates for your diary are as follows:

10 March – Richard Pilliner

Richard Pilliner studied at the Royal Academy of Music, taking all the prizes for organ playing, accompaniment and improvisation. He has travelled extensively, giving recitals in the USA, Russia, Japan and Hong Kong. He has also played at Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral and at Southwark and Chelmsford Cathedrals.

He carves out a freelance career as a soloist, accompanist and teacher and his recital playing takes him to a wide variety of venues in the UK and abroad.

14 April
16 June
14 July – Alistair Mackenzie

Suggested donation £5 on the door, under 18s free of charge.

The Gesualdo Six Epiphany Concert
Directed by Owain Park

Holy Trinity Church, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol
Saturday 6 January 2018 at 7.30pm

We welcome back Owain Park and his vocal ensemble The Gesualdo Six who will give a concert of music for Epiphany, featuring works by Sir John Tavener, Herbert Howells, Arvo Pärt and Cheryl Frances-Hoad.

Tickets are £10 for adults, £5 for students and under 18s available on the door, or online at

For future local and national concerts, see