St Albans International Organ Competition Rounds

The two internationally renowned St Albans International Organ Competitions in Interpretation and Improvisation are amongst the longest running of their kind in the world. Read more

Bach Corner at St Albans International Organ Festival

Join us for thirty minutes of uplifting music in the middle of the day, performed by outstanding young organists. Read more

Jury Recitals at St Albans International Organ Festival

Your chance to hear no fewer than six highly regarded international organists over the space of only one week. Read more

Il Pegaso

A programme of music by two hugely influential and pioneering Italian composers in the 17th century. Read more

Four Quartets

An unmissable evening with award-winning actor Simon Callow reading TS Eliot’s Four Quartets, interspersed with Beethoven’s late quartet opus 132, the stunning music that inspired what is arguably Eliot’s finest work. Read more

Harpsichords by Candlelight

Distinguished keyboardists David Hill and David Ponsford play four Trio Sonatas by JS BACH in arrangement for two harpsichords. Read more

Concerto Final, St Albans International Organ Festival

Your chance to hear the three finalists for the 30th St Albans International Organ Festival’s Interpretation Competition performing a Handel Concerto with orchestra. Read more

Catherine Wyn-Rogers Recital

Some of our best-loved English songs performed by one of our leading singers. Read more

Sounds Around the Abbey

25 - 27th July 2019: Sounds Around the Abbey at St Albans Cathedral Read more

Organ concert: Andrew Lucas

On Sunday 4 August at 3pm Andrew Lucas, Master of the Music, gives a free organ recital at St Albans Cathedral. All are welcome; the recital will last around 60 minutes and admission is free, with a retiring collection in aid of Cathedral music funds. Read more

Organ concert: Tom Winpenny

On Sunday 18 August at 3pm Tom Winpenny, Assistant Master of the Music, gives a free organ recital at St Albans Cathedral. All are welcome; the recital will last around 60 minutes and admission is free, with a retiring collection in aid of Cathedral music funds. Read more