The concert is free and open to all, including wives, partners and friends. Concertgoers are warmly encouraged to book their free tickets via this web link.
As for the inaugural concert in September 2015, where demand was heavy, tickets will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. As at previous concerts in the series, close-up video images will be projected onto the walls of the Grand Temple so that the audience can see the dexterity of the player at the organ console.
The very tuneful and enjoyable programme includes popular works by Elgar, Cochereau, Franck, Langlais, Bowe, Dethier and Stamm and is expected to last about an hour.
If you are unable to attend plese feel free to forward this information and the booking link to any of your friends and/or relatives that might wish to come instead.