On Saturday, 15 October, at both 2pm and 6pm, James and Sally Tibbles will perform the first concert in the Bishop Selwyn Chapel.
Entitled ‘Backwards and Forwards’, this baroque concert is a celebration of 40 years of professional music making for James. This year marks 40 years since he was appointed Organ Scholar at Holy Trinity Cathedral, and 30 years since he was appointed Director of Music.
Both concerts will be followed by refreshments. Tickets for 2pm are $40 and $30 (seniors), including afternoon tea, and for 6pm $50 and $40 (seniors), including wine and nibbles. Tickets are limited and available from the Cathedral Office on 09 303 9500 or at the door.
All proceeds go towards a Chamber organ for the Bishop Selwyn Chapel.
This week James was interviewed by Eva Radich on Upbeat. Listen to the interview on Radio NZ Concert here.