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The mysteries of César Franck's organ works with Marie-Louise Langlais

Dates
09 December 2022, 3:30pm

Venue
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

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Portrait photo of Marie-Louise Langlais

09 December 2022, 3:30pm

Venue
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Tickets
Pay What You Can

Our Pay What You Can model allows you to choose a ticket price that works for you, from £2 to £15, with a free option to ensure our events are accessible to all audience members.

Any donation you are able to make will directly support our talented students and help us to provide a first-class educational experience for this next generation of professional musicians.

Marie-Louise Langlais joins the RCM’s Professor in Charge of Organ David Graham for a lecture-recital and organ masterclass on composer César Franck. 

Marie-Louise Langlais began her career as professor of organ and improvisation in 1974, with posts at the Conservatoire National de Région in Marseille, the Schola Cantorum and at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional in Paris. She was Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College (Ohio) three times between 2012 and 2016. As a concert organist, she has toured extensively, giving conferences and masterclasses in North America and Europe, and has recorded for various labels.

Part of César Franck and his Legacy

Supported by the Rolando Fund for Visiting Professors at the RCM

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