A celebration of the Organ in all its guises, Pipeworks will return to Dublin this summer presenting some of the best Organ music in beautiful and historic settings across the city. Opening with a screening of Murnau’s 1922 film Nosferatu accompanied by a live score by Rónán Murray in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Over the five days of the Festival audiences will have opportunities to experience the wonderful range of instruments in the stunning venues that house them. In a rare performance of the lavish full orchestral version of Fauré’s well-loved Requiem, the Festival Gala concert this year features the RTÉ Concert Orchestra with soloist Fergal Caulfield, under the baton of Pipeworks Artistic Director David Leigh. Renowned as one of the greatest organists of our time Naji Hakim (France / Lebanon), will close the Festival with a varied and exciting programme in St Michael’s Church Dun Laoghaire featuring some of his own compositions and an improvisation interpersed with music by Bach, Clérambault and Messiaen. Other Festival highlights include Leading UK choir Tenebrae Consort at Christchurch Cathedral; Four Hands and Four Feet at One Organ, a unique organ duet by Patrice Keegan and Carole O’Connor at St Teresa’s Church, Clarendon Street; internationally acclaimed Simon Harden at St Mary's Pro Cathedral and a showcase the stunning new Goetze and Gwynn organ in the Public Theatre of Trinity College by leading organist and educator Daniel Moult (UK). For full festival programme with individual concert dates, ticket prices and booking details see www.pipeworks.ie