David Poulter plays the organ of Liverpool Cathedral                                      GREAT EUROPEAN ORGANS No. 100 (Final volume)

“For me, the overwhelming feature of this interpretation of Elgar’s Sonata in G, with phrasing so well controlled, is its sheer musicality. This is an exciting performance, and this is especially reflected in the final section of the exhilarating final movement. The remainder of the disc contains shorter and contrasting works played with great sensitivity whilst the Whitlock is performed with much panache and alacrity.”           David Thorne, CATHEDRAL MUSIC magazine, Issue 2/16, November 2016

Toccatas from Coventry is clearly a disc for the cathedral shop, and I’m sure it will sell like hot cakes. The wonderful Coventry 1930016_17409633574_5561_norgan has something fresh to say, as does the splendidly rhythmical David Poulter. This is a collection of sonic delights and colourful, musical, disciplined playing.” ORGANISTS’ REVIEW




“My favourite in the Regent series is David Poulter at Chester Cathedral (REGCD 173) who offers convincing playing, a fine instrument, and imaginative repertoire. Saint-Saens’ thrusting Improvisation No. 7 gets it off to a sizzling start; Stanford’s D-minor Postlude confirms the master, and some explosive Reger rounds off.”


“David Poulter should be commended for his enterprising programme, and his playing is excellent.”



“David Poulter’s recording Organ Music from Chester is played with fastidious precision and control, and delightfully registered. David shows his Rochester roots as one of Percy Whitlock’s successors, with affection and charm in his playing. Well worth hearing and persuasively played.” ORGANISTS’ REVIEW


“This recital (Chester Summer Music Festival) was played with great authority and panache, with lots of variety of mood and colour, and rhythmic vitality. It was well-prepared, well-controlled, with stunning dynamic contrasts where required and lovely use of the quieter registers and, above all, totally secure.” NOEL RAWSTHORNE, Organist Emeritus, Liverpool Cathedral


Great European Organs – David Poulter plays the organ of LIVERPOOL CATHEDRAL

Here is a recital of British organ music recorded in one of the most technically challenging acoustics in the country, and brought off with complete success.  David Poulter gives excellent performances of these works, carefully chosen to demonstrate the range and power of this magnificent and famous instrument. Nothing but praise, therefore, for this disc.  THE ORGAN magazine, Spring 2016


“This stunning album Worship Him on the Organ  features the expected Jesu joy of man’s desiring and Handel’s Largo alongside stirring renditions of hits from the song books of Noel Richards and Jimmy Owens as well as from Kendrick himself, and delicate interpretations of Lloyd Webber’s Pie Jesu and the ’60s classic Make me a channel of your peace, all played by the much respected David Poulter on the organ of Chester Cathedral. This collection should inspire church organists.”  CHRIS TOZER, Cross Rhythms magazine, June 1999