St Andrew's Church
Tarvin Methodist Church
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By Eric Plenderleath - 15th February 2016 6:00am
Next Friday 19th February, will see the return of talented organist Andrew Wyatt to St Andrew's Church, at 7.30 p.m.
Andrew joined the music department at Chester Cathedral as assistant organist last June, where he not only plays for services, but also conducts both the Cathedral Choir, and the Nave Choir, along with his duties of training the choristers.
He studied organ at Birmingham Conservatoire, holding the position of organ scholar at Birmingham Cathedral,before taking up the same position at Canterbury Cathedral in October 2011. He was appointed Assistant Organist at Hexham Abbey, Northumberland in 2012,before moving to Chester Cathedral last year.
He said of the appointment to Chester "I travelled widely as part of a parish choir when I was a child, and my favourite venue was Chester Cathedral. I am therefore delighted to take up the opportunity in Chester."
Lets give Andrew a warm welcome. No ticket required, just a donation to church funds. Wine & nibbles will be served after the concert.
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