The distinguished musician D’Arcy Trinkwon is one of the outstanding artists of his generation, whose fervour and passion embody that of the true Romantic virtuoso in the service of their art. He has devoted his career to revealing the beauties (and mysteries) of the organ and its music to as wide an audience as possible without musical compromise.
Respected for his dedication to the organ as a concert instrument, his instinctive affinity with the organ is grounded in scholarship and an encyclopedic knowledge of his art. His vast repertoire is one of the most extensive of any artist before the public and includes all the established masterpieces of all periods.
Alongside his concert career he is Organist of Worth Abbey (OSB) and Organist to the University of Sussex.
"The supremely gifted organ virtuoso D’Arcy Trinkwon...
His subtle yet magisterial command of the instrument
was spell-binding: he knows no technical difficulties
and his playing was in total accord.”
"So much infectious joy radiates from his performance that purists could suffer severe pangs of guilt…
Technical difficulties don’t exist.”
45 Minutes of Music @ The Meeting House
The new series of recital's at the University of Sussex's Meeting House is announced:
Travel the World in Seven Concerts
This popular informal monthly concerts resume on September 26 and run through the academic year. Organ music from all over the globe will be featured.
Portrait of a Star
D’Arcy’s fascinating article on the legendary virtuoso was originally printed in Organists Review in November 2008: it has recently been reprinted by Church Organ World in their Organ News No. 27
see www.churchorganworld.co.uk/downloads then search Organ News No.27
Jeanne Demessieux - 50th Anniversary
Westminster Cathedral # Sunday 11 November 2018
César Franck & the Sainte-Clotilde Tradition
During the summer D’Arcy again performed the complete great works of Franck.
This time he presented works by two of Franck's successors as Organiste-titulaire of Sainte-Clotilde, Paris: Franck's pupil Tournemire, and Tournemire’s pupil Jean Langlais. The Sainte-Clotilde Tradition.
See the full programme & music performed: read more.
For full details see MEDIA page
“Music is a moral law. It gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, a charm to sadness, and life to everything.
It is the essence of order, and leads to all that is good, just and beautiful, of which it is the invisible, but nevertheless dazzling, passionate, and eternal form.”
“To send light into the darkness of men's hearts - such is the duty of the artist.”
"A musician cannot move unless he too is moved."
C. P. E. BACH
"Every composer and musician writes and makes music in the very likeness of himself."