Richard Morrison is the chief music critic and chief culture writer of The Times, where he has worked for the past 30 years. Besides reviews of concerts and operas, he also writes a weekly column ranging widely over the arts and heritage scene. He also writes an opinion column each month in the BBC Music Magazine, and is a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 3. His centenary history of the London Symphony Orchestra (Faber & Faber) was highly acclaimed.
A graduate of the University of Cambridge, where he read music, he lives in London with his wife and young child, and still plays the organ each Sunday at his local parish church. His hobby is cycling to work and (not always successfully) avoiding being knocked over.
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Thurs 27 June, 2pm, Crail Church Hall | £7 | Approx. 45 mins
Richard Morrison | John Wallace