Wayne Marshall OBE, a distinguished British conductor, organist, and pianist, acclaimed globally for his exceptional musical versatility is performing on the Willis Organ in St George’s Hall.

As an organ recitalist, Wayne Marshal has an exceptionally varied repertoire and has performed in prestigious Cathedrals and Concert Halls worldwide. He has travelled across the globe as the conductor of numerous orchestras and symphonies.
This event is a testament of Marshall’s outstanding contributions to the world of classical music and a tribute to the enduring legacy of Black artists in the realm of fine arts.

This is a rare opportunity to witness a performance by one of the most commemorated figures in contemporary music.
Don’t miss out on this remarkable event and the opportunity to immerse yourself in an evening of unparalleled musical artistry.

This event is part of the Liverpool City wide Black History Month programme 2023 and will feature a talk from St George’s Hall Charitable Trust Trustee Claire Dove.

Event Date: Friday 13th October 2023

Categories: Black History Month

Contact Details: St George's Hall

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