Review of this piece from The Times.
THERE we all were, admiring the soaring stone splendours of Westminster Abbey, when on to the makeshift stage walked Dame Gillian Weir. Attired in a screaming Christmas red guaranteed to attract our attention, the queen of organists was reminding us that this was to be her night. And then off she went, out of sight for the rest of the evening, hidden away at Westminster Abbey’s great organ. MORE
And from The Guardian.
The three choreographers contributing to Tuesday's dance and organ recital at Westminster Abbey might have assumed that the venue itself was the toughest part of their assignment. With the dance stage located (temporarily) between the north and south transepts, the audience's views were distracted by vaulting columns, glowing stained glass and elaborate gothic carving - all sufficient to dwarf the mightiest choreographic creation. MORE
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