For anybody who is interested in the organ works of Franz Liszt, this might be the year to hear some of them performed in recitals (200 years since his birth).
On Saturday evening at 7pm there is a recital in York Minster containing Liszt's 'Three Major Works for Organ'. It will be given by John Scott Whiteley and is part of the annual Summer Organ Festival. The programme is:
Prelude after Bach's Cantata 'Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen' (S179)
Fantasia and Fugue on B.A.C.H (S529)
Short interval - please remain seated
Fantasia and Fugue on the Chorale "Ad nos, ad sulaterem undam" (S2559)
A rare opportunity to hear some of this - flagging up "Ad nos" in particular, this seems to be far less performed as one of the longer works of the concert repertoire than say the Reubke Sonata or complete Widor/Vierne symphonies. It is a significant and monumental work.
Hope this is of interest,