Organ Recital
with
Harrison Cole

Saturday 17th September
at 16:00 in St Mary's Church
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We are delighted to have Harrison Cole, Senior Organ Scholar at Cambridge University performing an organ recital in Ufford's wonderful, historic church.

Organist Harrison Cole studied at Ipswich School and at Trinity College Cambridge where he was senior organ scholar. In 2018/19 he was also senior organ scholar at Wells Cathedral where he accompanied the cathedral choir for choral evensong. In Ufford he will be playing a selection of trios and choral preludes by J.S. Bach.

Tea will be served in St Mary's Parish Hall, after the recital, with an opportunity to talk to Harrison about his music.

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Biography: 

 

Harrison Cole is 22 and is studying music at Trinity College, Cambridge. He graduated this summer with a first and will go on to do a Masters in music at Trinity this upcoming academic year. He is also the college's Senior Organ Scholar, working with its world-famous choir, under the direction of Stephen Layton, where he plays for services, tours, recordings and broadcasts - highlights include playing for a filmed production of Duruflé's Requiem at St. Eustache, Paris. Before this, he was the Senior Organ Scholar at Wells Cathedral, and attended the Royal Academy of Music Junior Department whilst at school. Harrison has toured across Europe and performed in a variety of venues, including the Royal Albert Hall and Snape Maltings. As an accompanist and chamber musician, Harrison enjoys a varied schedule of playing with instrumentalists, singers and choirs. Last year, he was one of the pianists for the Pembroke College Lieder Scheme, under Joseph Middleton. Outside of music, he enjoys a wide range of literature, philosophy and history. 

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