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Today's recital at Kelvingrove Art Gallery is followed by a conducted tour of the organ. Meet the organist beside the
Information Desk in the Hall following the concert. Click here to view the schedule of daily recitals at Kelvingrove.
Today's Last Recital: Commences 7:30
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Extra links in some entries, e.g. concert programmes, additional organ information, organists' biographies or websites.
Thumbnail pictures of venues, plus 'mouseover' symbols indicating refreshments available, console on view, etc.
Countdown displays showing the number of days to recitals. Options for sharing concert details.
Clickable TfL logos, for appropriate London entries, linking to details of engineering works that may affect journeys.
"Location & enquiries" pages which include venue contact details (for queries) and multiple map links (e.g. plan, aerial,
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Merseyside L1 7AZ 11:15
Bank Holiday Monday 13 April 2020
Liverpool Cathedral
[organ] [info] [venue] [location & enquiries]
admission £5
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Ian Tracey
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(Liverpool Cathedral / Liverpool City Organist)
234 days away (day 104 / week 16) • Listed 14Sep16 • To report changes to this entry: e-mail updates@organrecitals.com, quoting ref. 01234
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