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Christopher Herrick


Christopher Herrick has now recorded over 40 CDs for Britain's leading independent classical music label - Hyperion. The 40th CD, issued in June 2010, was recorded on the monster Anglo-American organ in Melbourne Town Hall, Australia, and is the 14th volume of the hugely successful Herrick/Hyperion Organ Fireworks series.
Look out for the June 2015 release of his latest recording, made on Metzler's newest and boldest organ (2012) in the truly wonderful acoustics of the monastery church of Poblet, Spain!

Welcome to the website of one of the world's leading organists. Since 1984, English concert organist Christopher Herrick has devoted himself entirely to performance in recital, recording, and broadcasting. He performs regularly both as a soloist and with orchestras to enthusiastic audiences and critical acclaim throughout the world. Concert tours frequently take him to continental Europe, North America, Australia, and New Zealand. He is known for his all-encompassing repertoire, scrupulous musicianship, and quick rapport with audiences everywhere.

His 40 plus recordings for Hyperion have become a benchmark and include the complete works of Bach on Swiss Metzler organs and the Organ Fireworks series recorded on the grandest organs the world has to offer.

His concerts are known for their fresh and interesting programmes and audiences always enjoy his interesting commentaries. View Christopher Herrick's concert diary or contact Christopher to set up a concert or a workshop of English Organ Music. Learn more about Christopher Herrick.

Click the CDs button (top) for details of all Christopher's Hyperion CDs, where you can also buy, or go to Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, your local equivalent, or ask your local record shop.

    'Herrick is a musician with a powerful urge to communicate. And communicate he does, drawing on his enormous technical and intellectual resources to turn out performances which sometimes amaze, often astound, but never fail to stimulate.' - Gramophone

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