St Paul’s Cathedral Organ Day

Making a Merry Noise

St Paul’s Cathedral has a world-famous organ, with 7,256 pipes dating from 1697 through to the present day. It is a musical triumph capable of bringing to life our worship and events — from the most prayerful of reflections to triumphal state occasions.

The Cathedral is hosting an Organ Day for primary school pupils on Friday 21st June, with an interactive organ recital under the Dome at 2pm. Visitors to St Paul’s may purchase tickets for entry and are welcome to take part. There will be live organ demos, group singing including Wood’s Fantastia on British Sea Songs, and the chance to hear our Sub-Organist, William Fox at the console, with the proceedings led by Tom Daggett.

Tickets to the Cathedral can be found by clicking here.

 

Address

St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD

Event Times

14:00–14:45

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