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Where do you go to shop for a recycled pipe organ seeking a new home, when yours has become unrestorable within budget? Edinburgh, of course! Where do you store it for a year whilst funds are raised to complete the swap? Why, on the Isle of Wight, naturally.
is offering a series of free admission coffee concerts on Saturdays from 12.00 - 12.40 pm. The series starts on September 15th with the new Organ Scholar of St. Paul’s Cathedral, formerly at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, and includes the organists of St. Matthew’s Westminster, St. Mary’s Bourne Street, St. Stephen’s, and others. Each concert will last 40 minutes and be cast in a “salon” format, with coffee available and a conversational approach to programming rather than in sit-andlisten rigidity. The December concert is on the 2nd Saturday – the remainder are on the 3rd of the month. September 15 Richard Moore Assistant, St. Michael’s Cornhill Organ Scholar, St. Paul’s Cathedral October 20 Kamerkoor Cantate Award-winning Dutch Chamber Choir November 17 Andrew Sampson St. Matthew’s, Westminster December 15 Andrew Parmley Westminster January 19 2013 Rosemary Field St. Stephen’s, Westminster February 16 2013 Richard Hills St. Mary’s Bourne Street International Concert Organist
The lovely instrument built by famous organ builder J J Binns in 1903 as a flagship to attract further orders in Scotland has been installed in St.Stephen’s in Rochester Row, as its original home in St. Thomas’s, Leith, Edinburgh, was closing. This gives St. Stephen’s a new springboard for action as an outreach church in teaching, concert-giving and facilitating local choral societies as a venue, by having a versatile, beautiful and reliable instrument to use. For the church Services, weddings and memorials, this gives a welcome lift to the sound of all the music and will secure the future for a long time.
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St George's Square is a long narrow garden that lies between Grosvenor Road and Lupus Street. At the north end is the Church of St Saviour built in 1864 to the designs of Thomas Cundy the Younger. The gardens themselves were designed by Thomas Cubitt who issued keys to the first residents around the square in 1854. The garden won it's first Green Flag in 2008. Its facilities include a formal garden with lawns, flower beds and shrubs, Ornamental fountain and dog exercise area Westminster City Council is looking to make improvements to St George's Square and has commissioned environmental charity Groundwork to carry out consultation with local residents to identify opinions on proposed ideas.
Many people in the vicinity contributed generously to the appeal, which together with grants and fund-raising by the church has met the cost. To have restored the previous Hill organ would have been twice as expensive. Its good pipes have gone into stock for other restorations. The Romantic organ decorated to a design by the church Architect, Daniel Benson, sits opposite the Burne-Jones window and the highly ornamented chapel, a mini-church within the big, bright, light space of the medievalist design with many coded features. The work was executed by Andrew Cooper organ builders of Isle of Wight, specialists in restoration and reinstallation, and the pipes were recently featured on the cover of Choir and Organ magazine.
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Out and About is a scheme run by the Arts & Culture service, offering complimentary tickets to cultural events, exclusively for Westminster residents aged 65 and over. It is based entirely on voluntary donations from arts organisations in Westminster, and so for most events, the number of tickets and the choice of seating is limited. Out and About and participating venues aim to make events as enjoyable as possible, please do not approach venues directly for tickets, or make other demands of staff You will have to organize your own transport, but information about access, with maps and directions will be sent with confirmation of your tickets
Pitt Rivers' interests in archaeology and ethnology began in the 1850s, during postings overseas, and he became a noted scientist while he was still a serving military officer. He was elected to the Ethnological Society of London, the Society of Antiquaries of London and the Anthropological Society of London. He amassed ethnographic collections numbering tens of thousands of items from all over the world. Influenced by the writings of Charles Darwin and Herbert Spencer, he arranged them typologically and chronologically. This style of arrangement, designed to highlight the evolutionary trends in human artefacts, was a revolutionary innovation in museum design. Pitt Rivers' ethnological collections today form the basis of the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford. The estates that Pitt Rivers inherited in 1880 contained a wealth of archaeological material from the Roman and Saxon periods. His approach to excavation was highly methodical, and he is widely regarded as the first scientific archaeologist to work in Britain. He insisted that all artefacts be collected and catalogued which differed from past archaeological practice.
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From 1882 Pitt Rivers served as Britain's first Inspector of Ancient Monuments: a post created by anthropologist and parliamentarian John Lubbock who was married to Pitt Rivers' daughter, Alice. Charged with cataloguing archaeological sites and protecting them from destruction, he worked with his customary methodical zeal but was hampered by the limitations of the law, which gave him little real power over the landowners on whose property the sites stood. He died on 4th May 1900 aged 73. Blue plaque 4 Grovenor Gardens