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Elora Festival features world-renowned organist


The Elora Festival loves to showcase organ music; many talented musicians have played the organ keys at St. John’s Church. However, British-born David Briggs brings something new to the village of Elora.

Briggs, currently the artist-in-residence at St. James Cathedral in Toronto, is a composer, masterful organist, and improvisational artist. His compositions, and his “formidable technique” will be the focus of the Festival’s final concert in the 2013 Winter Series: The Music of David Briggs.

Briggs’ extensive performance circuit across the globe emphasizes his ability to draw audiences to experience organ music at its finest.

He will join the Grammy and Juno-nominated Elora Festival Singers and conductor Noel Edison for an afternoon that will change the way audiences think about organ music, set comfortably in St. John’s Church. The Music of David Briggs will take place on April 27, 3pm at St. John’s Church, located at the corners of Smith and Henderson Streets in Elora.

Tickets are $35 plus HST available in person at 136 Metcalfe St. Elora, by phone at 519-846-0331 or online at

Vol 46 Issue 17

April 26, 2013



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