"Wooden one-octave organ for young technologists"
Thursday 26th April 4.30 pm
St Mary's Parish Church
Have you ever wondered what happens inside a Pipe Organ? Jeremy Sampson and Iain Ledingham, with the help of the WOOFYT (Wooden One-Octave Organ For Young Technologists), will reveal in a fun filled hour how a pipe organ works and the way it produces different sounds, ensuring that all who attend will leave enriched and with a greater appreciation of the King of Instruments.
Throughout the day Jeremy will give a series of presentations and inter-active workshops to children from local schools. In addition, adults and secondary-aged children interested to explore the wonders of the pipe organ are warmly invited to this session at 4.30 pm
Have you ever wondered if there is a link between science and the arts?
or … what possible connection could there be between the kitchen sink and an organ?
The WOOFYT Project will answer these and many other questions.
Tickets: Adults and secondary students £5. All other children free
After this event, ticket holders are welcome to enjoy an early-evening meal at Côte Brasserie, 27, The Broadway, Old Amersham
2 Courses £11.50 / 3 Courses £13.50 - Available until 7pm
Mention the Amersham Festival Of Music concert and enjoy a free glass of Kir Royale on arrival.
Please book directly with the Brasserie
Telephone: 01494 722314