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St Andrew's Church welcomed Glyn Mon Hughes last Friday 27th February for a classical Organ Recital.

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As well as Director of Music at St Saviour's Church, Oxton, Glyn is a renowned music critic, having work for several years at the BBC.

He writes extensively for a range of magazines and newspapers, including Classical Music, Choir & Organ and theartsdesk.com, as well as The Guardian, The Independent, Classic FM and BBC Radios 3 and 4.

Since 2001, he has been Senior Lecturer in Journalism at Liverpool John Moores University, where as well as his research activities he teaches the journalists of the future.

His programme last Friday included Giovanni Gabrieli's "Canzona VIII", Buxtehude's "Prelude & Fugue in G minor" Mozart's "Andante in F for a Mechanical Organ" and the ever popular "Crown Imperial" by Walton.

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