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Saturday 21 March 2020 Rosalind Ventris’s home

In place of her scheduled concert at St Albans International Organ Festival, violist Rosalind Ventris performs Bach’s Third Suite in C major BWV 1009 on Facebook Live.

#RIAMatHome Livestream Performance with Rosalind Ventris

In place of her scheduled concert at St. Albans International Organ Festival, RIAM faculty member and violist Rosalind Ventris gives a performance of Bach's Third Suite in C major BWV 1009 to celebrate the composer's sort-of-birthday.

Pubblicato da Royal Irish Academy of Music su Sabato 21 marzo 2020

Saturday 24 May 2014 St Albans Cathedral

Pierre Pincemaille Titular Organist, Basilica of Saint Dénis, Paris
With the Gentlemen of St Albans Cathedral Choir directed by Andrew Lucas

2013 Prizewinners’ Concert 

Jihoon Song winner of Peter Hurford Bach Prize
JS Bach: Prelude & Fugue in C BWV 547

Anna-Victoria Baltrusch Interpretation Joint 2nd Prizewinner
Schumann: Sketches No.3 & 4 Op. 58

Martin Sturm Winner of Tournemire Prize for Improvisation

James McVinnie performs
David J Loxley-Blount Winner of Choir and Organ Composition Competition 2013: Sonus repercussus

Simon Thomas Jacobs First Prizewinner of Interpretation Competition and Audience Prize
William Bolcom: Free-Fantasia on “O Zion haste” and “How firm a foundation”

Castaway Classics Highlights with Susan Landale, interviewed by Graeme Kay

St Albans International Organ 50th Anniversary Festival
12 July 2013

The distinguished 2013 jury member and winner of the first St Albans International Organ Competition in 1963 chooses her favourite music, in conversation with BBC presenter Graeme Kay. 

For copyright reasons no music has been included, but Susan Landale’s choice of pieces is listed in full at the end of the video.