What's on Music Jury Recitals at St Albans International Organ Festival 13 July, 3.30pm: Christophe Mantoux at St Peter’s Church 14 July, 3pm: Ken Cowan at St Albans Cathedral 15 July, 1pm: Thomas Trotter at Christ Church Spitalfields 17 July, 9.30pm: Franz Danksagmüller at St Albans Cathedral 18 July, 6pm: Hans-Ola Ericsson at St Albans Cathedral 20 July, 3.30pm: Dong-ill Shin at St Peter’s Church Your chance to hear no fewer than six highly regarded international organists over the space of only one week. These distinguished performers are all spending time in St Albans as jury members for the 30th St Albans International Organ Festival. 13 July, 3.30pm: Christophe Mantoux at St Peter’s Church Christophe Mantoux, Professor of Organ at the Pôle Supérieur and the Conservatoire Régional de Paris will perform music by Louis Marchand, Jacques Boyvin, Dietrich Buxtehude and JS Bach. St Peter’s Church, 70 St Peter’s Street, St Albans AL1 3HG Tickets: £15 14 July, 3pm: Ken Cowan at St Albans Cathedral Ken Cowan, Associate Professor and Head of Organ at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music will perform music by Hector Berlioz, Percy Whitlock, JS Bach, William Grant-Still, Rachel Laurin and Marcel Dupré. St Albans Cathedral, St Albans AL1 1BY Tickets: £15 15 July, 1pm: Thomas Trotter at Christ Church Spitalfields A former winner of the St Albans International Organ Competition, Thomas Trotter is is Birmingham City Organist, organist of St Margaret's, Westminster. He will perform music by JS Bach, John Stanley, George Frideric Handel, Johann Christoph Pepusch, JC Bach and William Russell. Christ Church Spitalfields, Commercial Street, London E1 6LY Tickets: £15 17 July, 9.30pm: Franz Danksagmüller at St Albans Cathedral Franz Danksagmüller, Professor at the University of Music Lübeck, performs to the classic German silent film, "The Cabinet of Dr Caligari", directed by Robert Wiene and written by Hans Janowitz and Carl Mayer. Organ and the infinite possibilities of electronics combine to extraordinary effect to bring the movie to life, as Dr Caligari sends his bewildering patient out into the dark night... But this is a lot more than ‘just’ a horror film – also featured are a touching love story, a strong friendship and a vivid fair, all portrayed with imaginative cubistic scenery. Experience a thrilling story through startlingly original images and evocative music – a symphony of impressive pictures, touching music and eerie sounds. St Albans Cathedral, St Albans AL1 1BY Tickets: £18 18 July, 6pm: Hans-Ola Ericsson at St Albans Cathedral The Swedish organist and composer will perform two of his own works, one of which features electronics, alongside music by JS Bach, Tamas Ungvary, Peteris Vasks and Olivier Messiaen. St Albans Cathedral, St Albans AL1 1BY Tickets: £15 20 July, 3.30pm: Dong-ill Shin at St Peter’s Church Dong-Ill Shin, winner of the 20th Grand Prix de Chartres, will perform music by Eugène Gigout, JP Sweelinck, Vivaldi/Bach, Mozart, Shostakovich and Louis Vierne. St Peter’s Church, 70 St Peter’s Street, St Albans AL1 3HG Tickets: £15 You might also be interested in: Competition Rounds You might also be interested in: Bach Corner Step-free access: St Albans Cathedral has limited car parking spaces available for registered disabled badge holders in Sumpter Yard. The Cathedral is accessible for wheelchairs. Wheelchair spaces and carer discounts for events at St Albans Cathedral can only be booked through the Box Office. Please call 01727 890290 or visit the Cathedral. St Saviour’s and St Peter’s churches have small car parks with spaces for disabled patrons. For St Michael’s, parking is available in the adjacent museum car park. St Peter’s, St Saviour’s, St Michael’s and Christ Church Spitalfields all have disabled access. Booking Instructions Select the recital you would like to purchase tickets for from the selection below: Please note if you wish to collect tickets purchased on line for any recital NOT being held in the Cathedral, the Cathedral Box Office closes at 5pm each day. Tickets are also available for sale on the door before the recital starts.