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Upcoming Concerts

Sunday 21 December 2014 @ 2:00 PM
David Drury - Sydney NSW

Venue: Christ Church St Laurence
Address: 812 George Street, Railway Square, Sydney
Performer/s: David Drury (St Paul's College, University of Sydney)
Tickets: Admission by note donation
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Wednesday 24 December 2014 @ 10:30 PM
Colin Jenkins - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Clement’s Anglican Church
Address: cnr Glen Huntly and Brighton Roads, Elsternwick
Performer/s: Colin Jenkins
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Details: Composers will include J.M. Bach, Corelli, Valentini, Lloyd Webber and Guilmant. This half hour recital precedes the First Eucharist of Christmas.

Friday 9 January 2015 @ 7:30 PM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: St Patrick’s Cathedral
Address: cnr Dawson and Sturt Streets, Ballarat
Performer/s: Varied
Tickets:
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Details: St Matthew Passion by JS Bach. Gary Ekkel directs soloists, choirs of Newman College, the New Consort of Melbourne and St Michael’s College and a baroque orchestra in one of the greatest musical works ever written. Soloists: Lotte Betts Dean – soprano Louisa Hunter Bradley – soprano Jennifer Cook – mezzo-soprano Matthew Thompson – tenor Daniel Thomson – tenor Jacob Lawrence – tenor Oliver Mann – bass baritone Stephen Grant – bass Matthew Champion – bass Supper in St Patrick’s Hall after the recital. All welcome.

Saturday 10 January 2015 @ 11:00 AM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: Neil Street Uniting Church
Address: cnr Neil and Macarthur Streets, Soldiers Hill
Performer/s: Varied
Tickets:
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Details: English musicians Matthew Manchester (cornetto) and Anna Sandström (soprano) will explore the strong connection between voices and instruments in the music of 16th and 17th century Europe. Accompanied by David Drury (organ and chamber organ.)

Saturday 10 January 2015 @ 3:00 PM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: Ballarat Central Uniting Church
Address: Corner Lydiard and Dana Streets, Ballarat
Performer/s: Ferruccio Bartoletti
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Details: Renowned Italian organist, Ferruccio Bartoletti will play a program of Bach and Buxtehude.

Tuesday 13 January 2015 @ 10:30 AM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Address: High Street, Maldon
Performer/s: Calvin Bowman
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Tuesday 13 January 2015 @ 12:00 PM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Address: High Street, Maldon
Performer/s: Calvin Bowman
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Tuesday 13 January 2015 @ 8:00 PM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: St Paul’s Anglican Church
Address: 5 Humffray Street, South Ballarat
Performer/s: David Drury Organ Recital
Tickets:
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Details: Sydney organist David Drury will play the Walker organ (London 1864).

Wednesday 14 January 2015 @ 8:00 PM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: St Patrick’s Cathedral
Address: Corner Dawson & Sturt Streets, Ballarat
Performer/s: Marek Kudlicki
Tickets:
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Details: Polish organist Marek Kudlicki is an international recitalist and recording artist based in Vienna.

Friday 16 January 2015 @ 11:00 AM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: Barkly Street Uniting Church
Address: Ballarat
Performer/s: Ferruccio Bartoletti
Tickets: Ferruccio Bartoletti – Organ, Music from Italy.
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Details: Ferruccio Bartoletti plays music by Italian composers Frescobaldi, Vivaldi, Donizetti, Gherardeschi and Verdi. Regrettably, this loved church is to be closed on Sunday 18 January, and this may well be the final opportunity to hear the beautiful mechanical action Fincham organ in recital.

Saturday 17 January 2015 @ 3:00 PM
Ballarat Organ Festival - Ballarat VIC

Venue: St Alipius Church
Address: 84 Victoria Street, Ballarat East.
Performer/s: Organ and Strings
Tickets:
Enquiries:
Details: Marek Kudlicki – organ, Ballarat String Chamber Group.

Sunday 25 January 2015 @ 3:00 PM
Marek Kudlicki - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Marek Kudlicki (Polish Concert organist based in Vienna)
Tickets: FREE
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 1 February 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Thomas Heywood - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 8 February 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Mark Slavec - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Mark Slavec (Current ‘June Nixon Organ Scholar’ St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 15 February 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Christopher Hainsworth - Takapuna NZ

Venue: Takapuna Methodist Church
Address:
Performer/s: Christopher Hainsworth - Organ Accompanied by Nicolas Planchon, the brilliant French Trumpeter
Tickets: Admission by $20 donation. Proceeds to Organ Refurbishment Fund
Enquiries:
brellis@theiet.org
Details: Further details from Brian Ellis

Sunday 1 March 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Thomas Heywood - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 8 March 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Andrew Bainbridge - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Andrew Bainbridge (Hobart)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 22 March 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Thomas Heywood - Auckland NZ

Venue: Auckland Town Hall
Address: Queen Street, Auckland NZ
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: FREE
Enquiries:
Details: The spotlight's on the magnificent Town Hall organ and the internationally acclaimed organ virtuoso Thomas Heywood is poised at the keys for a FREE organ concert to coincide with the Festival's Family Day. Heywood will play a programme that includes compositions from the world's greatest 18th, 19th and 20th-century composers, including Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Elgar and Verdi. Arrive early to ensure the kids get a good seat.

Sunday 12 April 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Tom Healey - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Tom Healey (Geelong)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 3 May 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Thomas Heywood - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 10 May 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Rhys Boak - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Rhys Boak (St Michael’s, Collins St, Melbourne)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 7 June 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Thomas Heywood - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 14 June 2015 @ 4:00 PM
John Rivers - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre
Performer/s: John Rivers (All Saints’ East St Kilda)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 5 July 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Siegfried Franke - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Siegfried Franke
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 12 July 2015 @ 4:00 PM
David Brown - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: David Brown (St James’ Old Cathedral)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Monday 27 July 2015 @ 10:00 AM
All Stops Out! - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Melbourne Town Hall
Address: Cnr Collins and Swanston Streets, Melbourne, VIC
Performer/s: An audience with the King of Instruments
Tickets: Cost: $5 per student. Age: Years 5 and 6 students (10-12 years old). Contact Jeremy Fletcher, ANZCO All Stops Out! Administrator: jeremy.fletcher@anzco.org
Enquiries: 03 9828 3014 BH
jeremy.fletcher@anzco.org
Details: Broaden your students' horizons with an educational and captivating program exploring: Music - Culture - Heritage - Science - Technology - Maths - History and more as only the Pipe Organ can! Give your most enthusiastic piano student the unique hands-on opportunity to play the Melbourne Town Hall Grand Organ: the largest and most valuable musical instrument in the Southern Hemisphere (available for the first 12 schools to confirm). Watch your students' amazement as they take a guided tour actually inside the Melbourne Town Hall Grand Organ: the Grand Organ is four storeys high with a greater floor space than five average homes. It even has a bathroom and toilet! Some of the 10,000 organ pipes are over three storeys high. Presented by: ANZCO | Australian and New Zealand College of Organists | www.anzco.org. Proudly supported by: City of Melbourne | www.melbourne.vic.gov.au. Contact: Jeremy Fletcher | ANZCO All Stops Out! Administrator | jeremy.fletcher@anzco.org

Sunday 2 August 2015 @ 1:00 PM
Grand Organ Discovery - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Paul's Cathedral
Address: Cnr Swanston Street and Flinders Street, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Discovery Participants!
Tickets: Free admission at the Door
Enquiries:
christopher.cook@anzco.org
Details: Do you learn, or do you want to learn, the King of Instruments? Free admission for the next generation of Organists to meet and play the world-famous Grand Organ in St Paul’s Cathedral in an informal and entertaining voyage of discovery!

Sunday 2 August 2015 @ 2:30 PM
GALA NextGen Organ Concert - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Paul's Cathedral
Address: Cnr Swanston Street and Flinders Street, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: The Next Generation of Australian Organists
Tickets: $20 admission at the door includes programme. Doors open at 2 pm. ANZCO is committed to providing financial recognition of these young Australian performers’ time and talent. The proceeds from this GALA NextGen Concert go to encourage these young artists as tomorrow’s leaders.
Enquiries:
christopher.cook@anzco.org
Details: The next generation of Australian Organists takes the stage with the world-famous 1890 T.C. Lewis Grand Organ in St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. ANZCO gratefully acknowledges the support of St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. A Partner Event of the Second Australian International Concert Organ Week.

Sunday 2 August 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Andrew Bainbridge - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Andrew Bainbridge
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 9 August 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Rhys Arvidson - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Rhys Arvidson (St Peter’s Eastern Hill)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 6 September 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Thomas Heywood - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 13 September 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Frank de Rosso - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Frank de Rosso (St Mary’s Basilica, Geelong)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 4 October 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Christopher Cook - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Christopher Cook
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 11 October 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Christopher Cook - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Christopher Cook
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 1 November 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Tom Healey - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Tom Healey
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Sunday 8 November 2015 @ 4:00 PM
Elizabeth-Anne Nixon - Melbourne VIC

Venue: All Saints’ Church, East St Kilda
Address: cnr Chapel Street and Dandenong Road, East St Kilda (opposite the Astor Theatre).
Performer/s: Elizabeth-Anne Nixon (St Paul’s Canterbury)
Tickets: Free
Enquiries: 9510 7689
music@allsaints.org.au
Details: A series of free Organ concerts are held on the second Sunday of the month, duration approximately 50 minutes. Evensong and Benediction follows at 5.00pm. The organ at All Saints' Church is one of the largest parish-church organs in Melbourne, with 48 speaking stops. All Saints' Church has a fine acoustic and outstandingly-beautiful ambience. Free admission to all concerts.

Sunday 6 December 2015 @ 2:30 PM
Thomas Heywood - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New Street and Church Street, Brighton, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: Adults $30 / Concession $25 / U18 FREE. Admission at the door includes program.
Enquiries: 03 9592 1240
office@standrewsbrighton.org.au
Details: The Grand Organ Master Series at St Andrew's, Brighton. First Sunday of the month, featuring amazing music performed on the spectacular War Memorial organ complete with twin four-manual consoles in the magnificent restored acoustic of St Andrew's. By Car: Free Parking - enter the St Andrew's Church grounds from New Street By Train: 450 metres (a four-minute walk) from Middle Brighton Station By Bus: Routes 216, 600 and 923 stop directly outside the Church Church Street Cafés and Restaurants: a 30-second walk; serving all day.

Welcome to ANZCO

Welcome to the website of the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists - ANZCO.

Building the future for the pipe organ in Australasia, ANZCO encourages everyone to discover the 'King of Instruments' - the largest and most valuable musical instruments in the world! 

We present concerts and educational programs around Australia and New Zealand to ensure that Pipe Organs are cultural assets to be enjoyed by all. 

There is an ever-growing and unique heritage of over 2,500 pipe organs in Australasia, including the largest musical instruments in the Southern Hemisphere.  ANZCO is the only pipe organ related organisation working internationally in Australia and New Zealand with links around the world.

We invite you to go All Stops Out with ANZCO!

You can find out about ANZCO in Australia or ANZCO in New Zealand, see the only comprehensive listing of Organ Concerts and related events throughout Australasia including MUSOC - the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts, and contact the people involved in the College.

You can read about our distinguished and inspirational heritage of celebrated Australian and New Zealand organists in the Australasian Pipe Organ Hall of Fame, a world-first initiative within the international "organ world".  You will soon be able to see a listing of Landmark Organs around Australasia as part of the ANZCO Landmark Organs Register.

And don't forget, you can LIKE US on Facebook to keep up with the latest news! 

 

 Adelaide - South Australia: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Adelaide - South Australia: Festival Theatre Grand Organ

 

 

 Auckland - New Zealand: Town Hall Grand Organ 

 

 

Brisbane - Queensland: City Hall Grand Organ 

 

 

Brisbane - Queensland: QPAC Grand Organ

 

 

Dunedin - New Zealand: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Hobart - Tasmania: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Launceston - Tasmania: Albert Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Melbourne - Victoria: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Melbourne - Victoria: Haileybury Grand Concert Organ

 

 

Perth - Western Australia: Concert Hall Organ

 

 

Sydney - New South Wales: Town Hall Grand Organ 

 

 

Sydney - New South Wales: Opera House Concert Hall Organ

 

 

Wellington - New Zealand: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

...and many more to be listed soon on the ANZCO Landmark Organs Register.