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Worksop Music Concert Series

Run by the College for music-lovers across the region, Worksop Music is a non-profit venture which aims to provide significant cultural enrichment at an accessible cost.


Attracting artists from across the UK and beyond, this series also features home-grown talent from across the school’s pupils and staff. This year’s programme continues the strong spirit of education imbued with quality and diversity. There will be much to marvel at, from the infectious energy of Baroque super-group Red Priest, the spontaneity of pianist John Lenehan as he improvises a soundtrack to Laurel and Hardy, to the reimagining of well-known works by Jazz Trio, Acoustic Triangle .

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Organ Recital: Paul Provost

Paul Provost is Rector Chori of Southwell Minster, having previously held posts at Guildford Cathedral, Winchester College, St John’s College Cambridge, and Manchester Cathedral. Most of his career has been devoted to liturgical music-making, as part of which he combines his love of conducting, choral training, singing and accompanying.

His recital includes Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in E flat ‘St Anne’, Schumann’s Canonic Etudes V and VI, and Mendelssohn’s Prelude and Fugue in G.


The magnificent College Chapel houses a large three- manual Keats organ, rebuilt in 2001, undoubtedly one of the finest instruments in the area.

A booking fee will apply if ordering tickets online.

Date: 20 May 2020
Time: 07:30 pm
Location: Worksop College Chapel
Price £8 (£7 concessions, £4 children)
Box office: 01909 537100 / enquiries@wsnl.co.uk