...splendidly assured and uninhibited performances...

Choir & Organ

Hammond possesses abundant musicality and prodigious technique that allow him to perform challenging scores with aplomb and authenticity.

American Organist

An accomplished Elgarian plays a heavenly Bristolian organ. . . A sonic treat.


…both the organ and the organist are clearly in their element…

De Orgelvriend


Dr. Anthony Hammond is a critically acclaimed English concert organist, composer and musicologist. His principal organ studies were with Roger Fisher and David Briggs in England, and with Dr. Naji Hakim in Paris. As a performing and recording artist in Europe and the USA he is known particularly for his specialism in French Romantic and 20th century organ music, and as an improviser.

He made his American solo debut in San Francisco in 2009 and enjoys a busy performing career in prestigious venues on both sides of the Atlantic. He has recorded a number of CDs both in England and France for English, German and American labels (Priory, Ifo Classics, Raven), has broadcast on radio in the USA and for the BBC, and is in increasing demand for his improvised accompaniments in concert to classic silent movies.



What’s happening…

Kicking off the long-awaited campaign for the refurbishment of St. Peter’s 1939 Skinner organ, Anthony Hammond will play a Gala Concert celebrating the historic instrument.

The stellar concert program includes works by Sowerby, Bach, Liszt, and Vierne, showing off the vast colors and musical range of the organ.

Those interested in learning more about the organ or the fundraising campaign, please contact Anthony at anthony@anthonyhammond.com

Dr. Anthony Hammond has been appointed Director of Music at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Morristown, New Jersey!

From his new post, he will preside over the prestigious St. Peter’s music program, including the Music at St. Peter’s concert series and the original Skinner organ. His new church post will also be a base for a post-Covid recital career just a few miles from Manhattan!

Contact Anthony

Pleased to support http://www.organrecitals.com/ for recital and concert listings.