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Sat, 14 Nov


All Saints Parish Church

Organ Recital - Laurence Caldecote

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Organ Recital - Laurence Caldecote
Organ Recital - Laurence Caldecote

Time & Location

14 Nov 2020, 19:00

All Saints Parish Church, All Saints Parish Church/High St, Northallerton DL7 8DJ, UK

About the Event


Lunchtime organ recital followed by cream tea.

The second Saturday of each month (not December), sees the return of our regular organ recital series. Concerts are given on the fine church organ of All Saints by either our own staff or visiting recitalists from across the globe.

The concerts kick off at 1pm and last around 45-50 mins and are followed by cream tea. We also have some occasional concerts on other days - sign up to our newsletter for regular updates.

Free entry; dontations welcomed to go towards the cost of the event.


14th November 2020 - 1pm - Laurence Caldecote

Laurence Caldecote holds a BA Hons in Music Composition and Professional Practice from Coventry University and studied composition with Robert Ramskill. He was one of the accompanists to the Performing Arts Choir, under Paul Leddington Wright, and gained further experience in choral leadership whilst Director to the Coventry University Performing Arts Chamber Choir.

He has studied with Geoffrey Holroyde (former Director of Music at St Mary’s Warwick) and Kerry Beaumont, (Director of Music at Coventry Cathedral). He currently holds the position Assistant Organist at All Saints, Northampton. #

Laurence is an experienced accompanist having accompanyied visiting choirs for services at many Cathedrals around the UK. As a recitalist, Laurence has played many venues around the UK including the Anglican Cathedrals of Bradford, Bristol, Birmingham, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Sheffield and Wakefield as well as Christchurch Priory, St. Bride’s Fleet Street, London, Blenheim Palace, and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow.

In his free time he enjoys swimming, playing badminton, walking in the countryside and reading about the political and architectural history of Britain. A member of the National Trust, Laurence enjoys visiting the properties and the surrounding areas. 

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