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Timothy Selman, organ
Timothy Selman, organ

Mon, 31 Aug


'Howden Minster Music' Facebook/YouTube

Timothy Selman, organ

York-based organist, conductor and accompanist; former organ scholar at St Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham and organist for the 'Caelestis' chamber choir

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Time & Location

31 Aug 2020, 13:00 – 13:45

'Howden Minster Music' Facebook/YouTube

About the Event

An online organ recital recorded in Howden Minster by Timothy Selman (York).

This recital will be broadcast online on Monday 31 August at 1pm at on the 'Howden Minster Music' Facebook and YouTube pages - please follow either of the links below:


Prelude and Fugue in G BWV557, J. S. Bach 

'Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele, Johannes Brahms 

Allegro con brio, Frederick Keene 

Meditation, Walter Haynes 

March in B flat, John Ferris Tozer 

Whence Shall I Go From Thy Spirit, Rosalie Bonighton 

Offertoire in C minor, Alexandre Guilmant 

Fanfare, Kenneth Leighton  

Timothy Selman is a Freelance Conductor, Organist and Accompanist based in York. Primarily working within Musical Theatre and Opera; he has held scholarships as a Bass Singer at Holy Trinity Micklegate, York; and as an Organ Scholar at St Barnabas Cathedral in Nottingham. He is the organist for the chamber choir “Caelestis”. Versed in Anglican choral liturgy; they perform concerts and cathedral visits; notably Ripon Cathedral in August 2019; with Leeds Minster and Selby Abbey postponed due to COVID-19.  


To donate to Howden Minster to support our music, please follow the link below:


COVID-19 disclaimer:  Our online recitals have been recorded by a minimal, socially distanced crew in a COVID-Secure building. The organ console has been thoroughly cleaned before each recording. Timothy's page turner is from his own bubble.

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