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Friday 11 Oct 2019

7:30 pm • £12

Martin Baker

Master of Music, Westminster Cathedral

Vivaldi, Guillou, Buxtehude, Mozart, Schmidt, Widor and Duruflé together with some improvisation

Martin Baker. Organ stops in background
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Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741)

Concerto in D arr. Guillou, Jean (b.1930) [9]

Guillou, Jean (b.1930)

Saga IV [7]

Buxtehude, Dietrich (c.1637-1707)

Ciacona in E minor (BuxWV 160) [5.5]

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

Andante in F major (K. 616) [6]

Schmidt, Franz (1874-1939)

Prelude and Fugue in D (Hallelujah!) [8.5]

— Interval —

Widor, Charles-Marie (1844-1937)

from Symphonie V in F minor (Op. 42 no. 1)

  • Allegro vivace [12]

Duruflé, Maurice (1902-1986)

from Suite (Op. 5)

  • Prélude [8]

Baker, Martin (b.1967)

Improvisation [12]


£12 in advance, or cash at the door.

Children 16 and under admitted free with accompanying adult. Students £3 (with ID card).

Amounts indicated are a suggested donation for cash at the door. If you are a tax payer a Gift Aid declaration would be appreciated.

Tickets are available from:

Guildford Tourist Information Centre

Guildford House
155 High Street
GU1 3AJ. 
Tel: 01483 444333/4
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All our concerts are held in the church at 83 Portsmouth Road.

The main entrance to the free parking is in Millmead Terrace which is accessed from Bury Fields at the end of Lawn Road.


Martin Baker

Born in Manchester in 1967, Martin Baker studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, Chetham's School of Music and Downing College, Cambridge, then held positions at London's Westminster and St Paul's Cathedrals before being appointed to Westminster Abbey at the age of 24. In 2000 he returned to Westminster Cathedral as Master of Music, where he is responsible for directing the world renowned choir in its daily choral programme and busy schedule of concerts, tours and recordings. Martin Baker is also much sought after as an organist, playing frequent solo concerts in the UK and around the world.