A showcase to celebrate 40 years of Birmingham’s City Organist, Thomas Trotter.

The clue’s in the name – and when the Symphony Hall organ makes its big entrance in Saint-Saëns’s “Organ” symphony, you’ll feel the air itself shake. This is music that you simply have to experience live, and along with Poulenc’s barnstorming Organ Concerto it’s a sensational showcase for Birmingham’s city organist Thomas Trotter: an afternoon of French music at its sweetest, and most spectacular.

About Organ Symphony

Digital Programme

Full programme

  • Ravel, Le Tombeau de Couperin  (17mins)
  • Poulenc, Organ Concerto  (19mins)
  • Holmès, Ludus pro patria: La Nuit et l'Amour  (6mins)
  • Saint-Saëns, Symphony No.3 (Organ)  (36mins)

Performers

  • Black and white photograph of Pierre Bleuse.

    Pierre Bleuse

    Conductor
  • Headshot of Thomas Trotter standing in front of organ pipes.

    Thomas Trotter

    Organ