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Please join us for a festive centenary celebration of the newly restored
Hunter memorial organ at St Mellitus.

Our special live-streamed concert will feature James Orford, Organist in Residence at Westminster Cathedral and renowned Tenor, Ruairi Bowen.

The organ’s first public performance was exactly 100 years ago; it’s now ready to be played – and heard – again, thanks to support from The National Lottery Heritage Fund and friends and parishioners of St Mellitus.

The concert will be live-streamed here on

SUNDAY 13th DECEMBER at 7.30pm

5 minutes before the performance, go to:

grab a glass of something festive and a mince pie and settle in. The concert will end at around 8.15pm.


Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)

In dulci jubilo BWV 729


Percy Whitlock (1903 – 1946)

Lantana (II) from Plymouth Suite

Salix (IV) from Plymouth Suite


Charles Villers Stanford (1852 – 1924)

A Song of Peace (IV), 6 Bible Songs Op. 113


John Ireland (1879 – 1962)

The Holy Boy


Teodoro Cottrau (1827 – 1879)

Santa Lucia


Louis Vierne (1870 – 1937)

Final (VI), Symphony No 1 Op. 14


Adolphe Adam (1803 – 1856)

(Encore) O holy night

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We would be very grateful if after the concert you could complete the short survey below.  Your feedback is important to us and our funders to improve and learn and to plan future events.  It takes about 2 minutes to complete. Thank you.

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James Orford
James Orford
Ruairi Bowen, Tenor
Ruairi Bowen, Tenor
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