St Bride's: Music - Robert Jones - organ

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St Bride's: Music - Lunchtime Recitals

Robert Jones - organ

Friday, 25 September at 1:15pm - FREE ADMITTANCE - Retiring Collection

Robert Jones - organ

J S Bach

Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 548

H Howells

Psalm Prelude, Set 1 no. 1

F Mendelssohn

Sonata no. 6 in D minor

  i. Choral - Andante sostenuto

 ii. Fuga

iii. Finale

C Franck

Pièce Héroïque

Robert Jones was a Music Scholar at Christ Church, Oxford, singing in the cathedral choir under Simon Preston while studying the organ with Nicholas Danby and singing with David Johnston. Subsequently he was a Lay Clerk at St George's Chapel, Windsor and Westminster Cathedral before embarking on a career as one of Britain's leading consort singers, featuring on award-winning recordings with the Tallis Scholars, the Orlando Consort and the Gabrieli Consort. He has been Director of Music at the Wren church of St Bride's, Fleet Street in the City of London since 1988 and is also active as pianist and organist, teacher, conductor of amateur choirs and examiner for ABRSM, working in the Far East as well as the UK.

Robert Jones was a Music Scholar at Christ Church, Oxford, singing in the cathedral choir under Simon Preston while studying the organ with Nicholas Danby and singing with David Johnston. Subsequently he was a Lay Clerk at St George's Chapel, Windsor and Westminster Cathedral before embarking on a career as one of Britain's leading consort singers, featuring on award-winning recordings with the Tallis Scholars, the Orlando Consort and the Gabrieli Consort. He has been Director of Music at the Wren church of St Bride's, Fleet Street in the City of London since 1988 and is also active as pianist and organist, teacher, conductor of amateur choirs and examiner for ABRSM, working in the Far East as well as the UK.