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SUMMER ORGAN RECITAL - HILARY PUNNETT

22 July 2018 5:15pm - 6:15pm

Programme

Peter Racine Fricker Pastorale 
Ad Wammes Miroir
Healey Willan Passacaglia and Fugue No 2 in E Minor 
Frank Bridge Allegretto grazioso 
Widor Andante sostenuto from Symphonie gothique 
Demessieux Te Deum

Hilary Punnett is Assistant Organist at Lincoln Cathedral. In her role at the Cathedral, Hilary regularly accompanies and conducts the cathedral choir, trains the probationer choristers and is also Director of the Lincoln Cathedral Consort, the Cathedral's auditioned voluntary choir.

A native of Canada, Hilary completed her M.Mus. in Organ Performance at McGill University under the tutelage of John Grew and William Porter, and was awarded the W. Douglas Clark Memorial prize and the Douglas Mackey prize for her studies.

After two years at Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal, she moved to England, spending two years at Southwell Minster as Organ Scholar, where, in 2012, she was also Director of the Girls' Choir. In 2013 she moved on to become the inaugural Travis Organ Fellow at All Saints' Church, Northampton, where she accompanied the boys, girls and choral scholars in their 7 weekly services.

Outside her work at Lincoln Cathedral, Hilary is an accompanist, singer, teacher, recitalist and choral conductor. She has appeared on several CD recordings both as a singer and organist, including Southwell's recording of the Cavaillé-Coll organs in Sées cathedral in 2013.

Admission Free