AN award-winning musician who has given recitals at major concert halls and cathedrals across the UK and aboard is set to perform to Huntingdon.

AN award-winning musician who has given recitals at major concert halls and cathedrals across the UK and aboard is set to perform to Huntingdon.

Francesca Massey will give an organ recital on Saturday (October 2) at All Saints Church at 7.30pm.

The programme will include pieces by JS Bach, Felix Mendelssohn and Henry Purcell.

Birmingham-born Francesca Massey took up the post of assistant director of music at Peterborough Regional Cathedral in 2007. She was educated at Cambridge University and the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester where she graduated with double distinction and won the college organ prize.

After graduating she held the post of acting assistant organist at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, where she also taught for the university's faculty of music.

During her time as a musician she has won the silver medal of the Worshipful Company of Musicians and the Musicians Benevolant Fund's Ian Fleming Award.

Her recital venues have included many of the UK's major concert halls, cathedrals and colleges as well as performances in South Africa, Denmark and Sardinia.

INFORMATION: Tickets are available on the door and cost £5/£4.