Paul Walton


Paul Walton playing organ of Tewkesbury Abbey

‘stunning performance’
‘powerful, skillful playing’
Bristol Evening Post
(organ recital at Bristol Cathedral)

‘One thing that certainly was never in doubt was the passion or commitment of conductor Paul Walton, and by conveying this to his singers he drew the very best out of them’
Bristol Evening Post
(Messiah at Bristol Cathedral)

‘Absolutely superb premiere of 'Triptych in Honour of Herbert Howells'. Astonishing playing by Paul Walton in what would have been an excellent single take recording. Musical, exciting, and with masterful use of every colour in that fabulous instrument. I could ask for no better proponent - hugely grateful.’

David Bednall
(first performance of ‘Tripych in Honour of Herbert Howells’
at Bristol Cathedral)

Paul gives one recital per term at Bristol Cathedral, and has also given recitals at several other venues throughout Bristol such as St. Mary Redcliffe and ChristChurch, Broad Street. So far, over the course of 14 years, he has managed not to repeat a piece! Other solo recital venues have included St. Peter’s Church, Eaton Square, London (sponsored by the Keyboard Charitable Trust), cathedrals including St. Paul’s, Blackburn and Ripon, Westminster Abbey, Tewkesbury Abbey, Rochdale Town Hall and Parr Hall, Warrington. This year, Paul will tour Bordeaux with Bristol Cathedral Choir, and give a performance of the Poulenc Concerto to mark the restoration of the organ at All Saints, Clifton. His solo recital venues include Westminster Cathedral and a return visit to the Marktkirche, Hannover.


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