Organ Recital: David Dunnett

30 September 2020
19:30 - 20:30
Norwich Cathedral organ © Paul Hurst all rights reserved
A new series of free organ recitals at Norwich Cathedral will pay a special tribute to Brian Runnett who was regarded as one of the most exciting organists of his generation.

Mr Runnett became the Cathedral’s Organist and Master of the Choristers in 1967, but tragically died in a car crash in August 1970 shortly after giving an organ recital at Westminster Abbey.

On this 50th anniversary since Mr Runnett’s death, the Cathedral’s three current organists – David Dunnett, Ashley Grote and George Inscoe – will present the Brian Runnett Memorial Organ Recital Series which will be performed in front of a live audience and made available to watch at a later date on the Cathedral’s YouTube channel.

In the 30 September concert, Norwich Cathedral's Organist David Dunnett will perform: 

Fanfare and Gothic March by Guy Weitz (1883-1970)

Prelude and ‘Fiddle’ Fugue BWV539 by J S Bach (1685-1750)

Romance (Symphonie IV Op.32) by L Vierne (1870-1937)

Hymn au Soleil (Pieces de Fantasie Op.53 no.3) by L Vierne

Scherzo Op.70 No.3 (arr. E Lemare) by Heinrich Hofmann (1865-1934) 

Choralphantasie and Fuge über ‘Hallelujah! Gott zu loben, bleibe meine Seelenfreud!’ Op.52 No.3 by Max Reger (1873-1916)

Free to attend but tickets should be booked in advance.
To book tickets for this and other organ recitals click here

Online bookings will close at 5.30pm on the day of each concert.
Doors open at 7pm (entrance is via the Hostry only).

You are welcome to come to the door from 7pm without a pre-booked ticket, in which case you will be admitted if there is sufficient availability remaining, and on completion of a card providing your contact details for the government Test & Trace system.

For more about the other concerts in the Brian Runnett Memorial Organ Recital Series click here
Brian Runnett (c) Norwich Cathedral Library
Picture of Norwich Cathedral organ: Paul Hurst
Picture of Brian Runnett: Norwich Cathedral Library