Organist

Alistair first played the organ at the age of 10, at Christ Church, Sidcup. He later studied with Janet McCleery, Andrew Millington, Peter Hurford, Matthew Beetschen and Philip Sawyer.

His repertoire ranges from alternatim Mass and Magnificat settings (from English, French and Spanish schools), to 21st-century works.

He is currently Organist and Director of Music at Stirling's Holy Trinity Scottish Episcopal Church.

Organ pipes at Holy Trinity Church, Stirling

What people say

  • Thanks, Alistair. Your playing makes such a difference.
  • Thank you so much for playing the organ so superbly last night. It was a really uplifting service, and you helped so much to make it so.
  • …thank you for the lovely music which contributed so much to the atmosphere and helped to make the service special. We really appreciated your contribution…
  • Instrument king: The organ was played so delicately … at Arundel Cathedral [where] Alistair Warwick … took us on a short European tour of the king of instruments. Once again, the audience was privileged but minuscule(!). (Arun News)
  • I loved the Messiaen!
Organ console at Holy Trinity Church, Stirling

Organs played include

Churches in Mainland Europe

Austria

France

Norway

  • Oslo, St Edmund (liturgy, concert)

England

  • Arundel Cathedral (Director of Music – liturgy, concerts and recitals)
  • Arundel, St Nicholas (liturgy)
  • Cambridge, St Catherine's College (organ lessons)
  • Cambridge, Clare College (organ lessons)
  • Chislehurst, St Aidan, Edgebury (Organist – liturgy)
  • Clapham South, St Bede (liturgy)
  • Cockermouth, All Saints (liturgy)
  • Crawley Friary (liturgy)
  • Crayford, St Mary of the Crays (weddings)
  • Croydon, Addington Palace (RSCM organs)
  • Dorking, Cleveland Lodge, Westhumble (2 RSCM organs)
  • Eltham, Christ Church Priory (Easter Vigil)
  • Forest Hill, St William of York (liturgy)
  • Grasmere, St Oswald (liturgy)
  • Guildford Cathedral (liturgy)
  • Guildford, St Nicolas (recital)
  • Littlehampton, St Joseph's Convent (liturgy)
  • Mottingham, Our Lady Help of Christians (weddings)
  • New Eltham, All Saints (liturgy)
  • Petworth, Sacred Heart (weddings)
  • Salisbury, Sarum College practice organ
  • Sayers Common, Priory of Our Lady (Live BBC Radio broadcast: The Promise of his Glory)
  • Sidcup, Christ Church (services)
  • Sidcup, St Lawrence (liturgy)
  • Southwark, St George's Cathedral (Launch of Churches Together in England)
  • Sutton Park, St Edward (Live BBC Radio broadcast)
  • Thornton Heath, St Andrew's (liturgy)
  • Thornton Heath, St Jude's
  • Weybridge, Christ the Prince of Peace (Confirmation liturgies)
  • Winchester, St Peter (liturgy)
  • Woking, St Dunstan (liturgy)
  • Wonersh, St John's Seminary (Organist – liturgy)
  • Worth Abbey (Organist – liturgy, concerts)
Worth Abbey

Scotland

  • Aberdeen, King's College Chapel (practice)
  • Alloa, St Mungo's Catholic Church (liturgy)
  • Alloa, St Mungo's Church of Scotland (services)
  • Blairdrummond, Parish Church (services)
  • Bridge of Allan, St Saviour (liturgy)
  • Clackmannan, Parish Church (services)
  • Dollar, St James the Great (liturgy)
  • Doune, St Modoc (liturgy)
  • Dunblane Cathedral (services)
  • Dunblane, St Blane (services)
  • Dunblane, St Mary (Organist – liturgy)
  • Edinburgh, Canongate Kirk (practice)
  • Edinburgh, house organ (lessons)
  • Edinburgh, St Mary's Metroplitan Cathedral (practice)
  • Gargunnock, Parish Church (services)
  • Gullane, St Adrian (services)
  • Killin, Parish Church (services)
  • Perth, St Ninian's Cathedral (liturgy)
  • Pluscarden Abbey (practice)
  • Stirling, Allan Park South (services)
  • Stirling, Church of the Holy Rude (services & concerts)
  • Stirling, Holy Trinity (Director of Music – liturgy & concerts)

And many other churches, yet to be explored…

Wales

  • Bangor Cathedral (liturgy)

Movable organs

Early English Organ project
  • Wingfield organ in residence at King's College Chapel, Aberdeen
  • Wetheringsett organ in residence at King's College Chapel, Aberdeen
  • Wingfield organ in residence at Bangor Cathedral, Wales
Roland C30

This beautiful looking and sounding digital instrument

  • harpsichord (French & Flemish: each 8' x2; 4')
  • fortepiano
  • lute
  • organ: 8' flute and 8' & 4' principals
has several temperaments.


Contact

You can contact Alistair Warwick at:
Ardarroch, Glen Road, Dunblane, FK15 0GY, Scotland
+44 (0)1786 823000 | +44 (0)7792 566349
hello(at)alistairwarwick.com