• robert sharpe, musical director at york minster
  • robert sharpe organist, hands on keyboard
  • robert sharpe organist, hands on keyboard
  • robert sharpe, director of music at york minster

purple socks27th February 2021 12.00noon
Organ Recital at Holy Trinity Church, Heworth, York

14th October 2020 7.00pm
Organ Recital in Norwich Cathedral

9th September 2020 1.10pm
Organ Recital at St Helen's Church, York

2nd September 2020 7.30pm
Organ Recital in Durham Cathedral

31st August 2020 1.15pm

Organ Recital in Howden Minster

4th June 2020
Organ Recital at Central Methodist Church, York

2nd May 2020 7.30pm
Organ Recital in St Denys' Church, York

22nd January 2020 1.00pm
Organ Recital in Bradford Cathedral

5th November 2019 1.10pm
Organ Recital in Exeter College Chapel, Oxford

17th July 2019 3.30pm
Choral Evensong live broadcast on BBC Radio 3 from York Minster, Robert Sharpe conductor

11th July 2019 1.10pm
Organ recital in St Martin-le-Grand Church, York

6th June 2019 1.10pm
Organ recital in Central Methodist Church, York

1st May 2019 7.30pm
Organ Recital in Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York

8th December 2018 7.00pm
Handel's Messiah
York Minster Choir and Orchestra, Robert Sharpe conductor

11th November 2018 4.00pm
Fauré's Requiem and readings for Remembrance Sunday, Robert Sharpe conductor

2nd November 2018 5.15pm
Durufle's Requiem performed within the liturgy, Robert Sharpe conductor

20th October 2018 2.00pm
Organ Recital in All Saints' Church, North Street, York
York & District Organists' Association AGM recital

12th September 2018 7.30pm
Organ Recital in Salisbury Cathedral

25th August 2018 7.00pm
Organ Recital in York Minster

10th July 2018 7.30pm 
Organ Recital in Selby Abbey


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"...playing which is assured and musical… the crescendos are brilliantly managed"

[Organists’ Review]

"The quality of the singing is excellent. The choral tone is consistently assertive without strain or harshness: this remarkable choir gives the impression of complete professionalism, with every singer committed to the meaning and significance of the words and music. This is real virtuoso stuff, in the best sense of the word. Here is nothing superficial: all is sung and played with sincerity and skill and the idiom of each piece is fully captured. Everything is made to sound easy when most of it is difficult."

[Organists’ Review March 2016]