Join us on Tuesdays at 1.15 pm throughout the summer for our Lunchtime Organ Recitals. Admission is free with a retiring collection and large-screen video projection is available at all concerts.

This week's recital is given by Jonathan Lee, Trinity College, Cambridge.


Transports de joie (from L’Ascension) Olivier Messiaen 1908–92 
Scherzetto Percy Whitlock 1903–46 
Prelude and Fugue in G BWV 541 J.S. Bach 1685–1750 
Petit Canon (from Trois improvisations)  Nadia Boulanger 1887–1979 
Prelude and Fugue in C minor BWV 546 J.S. Bach

Jonathan Lee
is currently the Senior Organ Scholar at Trinity College Cambridge where he graduated with a degree in Music. He began his organ studies in Australia at Canberra Grammar School, Wesley Uniting Church and the Australian Capital Territory Organ School under Philip Swanton and Christopher Wrench. From 2019-20 he was Organ Scholar at Hereford Cathedral under Geraint Bowen and Peter Dyke.

A prize-winner at the Northern Ireland International Organ Competition 2023 (3rd prize) and the Brian Runnett Prize Competition 2022 (1st prize), he also holds awards from the Royal College of Organists (Coventry Cathedral Recital Award, Turpin and Durrant Prizes) and the Australian Music Foundation (Nora Goodridge Young Artist Award 2022, Guy Parsons Award, 2023). He was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists in 2022.

Jonathan continues to study with Stephen Farr, Colin Walsh, Douglas Hollick and David Briggs, and has also benefited from the tuition of Pieter van Dijk. He was an organ scholar under Stephen Layton for three years and his recording credits include Trinity’s recently-released ‘Anthems Vol.1’ on the Hyperion label.