Wednesday 13th April 2005, 7:30pm
Organist and Master of the Choristers, Norwich Cathedral
David Dunnett was educated at King Edward’s School, Birmingham, where he was an organ pupil of John Pryer. He was subsequently Organ Scholar of Clare College, Cambridge assisting Tim Brown and studying the organ with David Sanger. He continued with David Sanger at the Royal Academy of Music and also spent a year as the organist of Marylebone Parish Church. After time working in America, and as the Assistant Director of Music at Uppingham School, he spent four years as Sub-organist at Winchester Cathedral, undertaking numerous concerts, broadcasts, recordings and tours to Brazil, USA and Australia. He assisted David Hill with the Waynflete Singers, taught at Southampton University and is a previous conductor of the Southampton University Chamber Choir and the Winchester Music Club. He is a regular recitalist and accompanist for singers and instrumentalists on the organ, harpsichord and piano and works in a variety of styles, both classical and jazz. He became Organist and Master of the Music at Norwich Cathedral in 1996, a post which also involves working with the Norwich Philharmonic Society and the University of East Anglia. He is married with two young sons and his interests include sport and aircraft.
Coronation March ~ Meyerbeer
Spring Song ~ Alfred Hollins
Prelude & Fugue in B minor ~ J.S.Bach
Sonata in C# minor ~ Harwood
Festival Tocatta ~ Percy Fletcher
Andante with variations in D ~ Mendelssohn
Handel in the Strand ~ Percy Grainger
Popular Song ~ Walton
Finale (Symphonie VI) ~ Charles-Marie Widor
The Alexandra Palace Organ Appeal
will be selling copies of “The Finest Concert Organ in Europe” at £2.00
and “Alexandra Palace & People” by Fred Clarke at £2.00.
The Friends of the Alexandra Palace Organ Appeal
will be providing opportunities to check the addresses of all Friends
and to take the names of all those who wish to join.
The Cinema Organ Society will be selling CD’s, Cassettes and sheet music. Jean Perkins will be
pleased to speak with you.