Thaxted Festival | Anne Page (Lincoln Organ) | Saturday 9 July, noon
Anne Page (Lincoln Organ)
Saturday 9 July, noon

Programme to include Handel, J.S. Bach, Holst, Jake Walker and English music from the Georgian era

Anne Page was born and educated in Australia. She made her London debut playing 20th century repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall; since then her career has encompassed performances and broadcasts in Europe, the USA and Australia.

She has been one of a handful of musicians at the forefront of the revival of the harmonium, making critically-acclaimed recordings and establishing a course on the instrument at the Royal Academy of Music.

Anne has played a leading role in the development of the Historic Organ Sound Archive of the British Institute of Organ Studies. This includes recordings which she made of the Lincoln organ as it was before its recent restoration.

Anne is now based in Cambridge, where she combines an international recital career with a busy teaching schedule.

During 2011/12 she performed the complete organ works of Bach in 23 recitals on 14 different organs in the city.

She is also a founder of the Cambridge Academy of Organ Studies.

Anne was the excellent recitalist at the service of rededication for the Lincoln organ in 2014, following its restoration.