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St Boniface Cathedral presents

The King of Instruments

Friday 28 February 07:30 PM
The King of Instruments

VENUE: St Boniface Cathedral

A lighthearted summer concert by Joseph Nolan at St Boniface Cathedral.

The Programme
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor BWV 565 Bach
Chorale No 3 in A Minor Franck
Allegro Vivace, Adagio and Toccata from Symphony No 5 Widor
Chaconnne in D Minor for solo violin Bach transcribed for organ by Henri Messerer
Mars, Venus and Jupiter Holst transcribed for organ by Dr Arthur Wills (20)
Penguins Playtime Ogden (5)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 in Eb Elgar (8)

Joseph Nolan is an internationally acclaimed organist and choral conductor hailed by Gramophone Magazine as being 'brilliant and astute'. Joseph was a 'choice' in BBC Music Magazine and Editors Choice and 5 star award in ABC Limelight magazine.

Appointed to Her Majesty's Chapels Royal, St James's Palace, UK in 2004, Joseph played on many occasions at Buckingham Palace,

International engagements have seen Joseph perform with the King's Singers at the Bad Homberg International Festival, and conduct the London Mozart Players on numerous occasions. Joseph's work is regularly broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Classic FM UK and Australia.

He was invited to become the Master of Music at St George's Cathedral, Perth, in 2008, where he has raised the Cathedral music to an international standard.

In November 2013 Joseph was invited to be Associate Conductor and Head of Chorus at West Australian Opera. UWA awarded Joseph an Honorary Fellowship in 2013 in recognition of his achievements in Western Australia and internationally.