Introducing the September/October 2023 issue of Choir & Organ, featuring Sir John Eliot Gardiner

Friday, August 11, 2023

Sir John Eliot Gardiner: the conductor reflects on the major influences and turning points that have helped to shape his illustrious career

Sir John Eliot Gardiner reflects on the major influences and turning points that have helped to shape his illustrious career in the September/October issue of Choir & Organ.



Plus, organist Anna-Victoria Baltrusch is impressed by Orgelbau Kuhn’s new Romantic organ in the Tonhalle, Zurich and we meet members of the festival chorus for Sir James MacMillan's Cumnock Tryst.

Jonathan Ambrosino reports from this year’s Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition where performance standards are higher than ever and Rebecca Tavener speaks to TENET Vocal Artists, a US ensemble driven by a commitment to make the early music profession accessible to singers of diverse backgrounds.

Also, inside the workshop of the South Island Organ Company, New Zealand, whose current projects include the restoration of a concert hall organ for Wellington Town Hall. Jasper Dommett introduces the score to Intertwined Resonance for solo organ, commissioned by Choir & Organ in partnership with King's College London and supported by PRS for Music; and our guide to new choral and organ scores for Christmas 2023.

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