On December 5th, 2012, Gillian Weir performed her final public recital at Westminster Cathedral in London. While no longer accepting regular concert engagements, she is still busy with various activities including teaching masterclasses, acting as an adjudicator in various organ competitions and festivals, and broadcast interviews.

June 17-28, 2014
Adjudicator
Dublin, Eire and Belfast, Northern Ireland
Jurist and Clinician, Pipeworks Festival and International Organ Competition
Thursday, July 31, 2014
3:00 p.m.
Masterclass
Hexham Abbey
Incorporated Association of Organists' annual Organ Week
Saturday, August 2, 2014
12:45 and 3:!5 p.m.
Interview
Royal Festival Hall, London
The Southbank Centre Organ Symposium on the Royal Festival Hall Organ, in collaboration with the British Institute of Organ Studies and the Royal College of Music. This is part of the Royal Festival Hall's Festival to celebrate the restoration of the Hall's organ after nearly a decade's absence.

Gillian Weir, who has performed at the Southbank Centre nearly fifty times, will be interviewed by William McVicker, the Southbank Centre's Organ Curator, on her long association with the Royal Festival Hall organ. This will take place at 12.45, and at 3.15 Gillian Weir, Lionel Rogg and others will take part in a panel discussion on historical and contemporary performance practice.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Recital
Hexham Abbey
Hexham Abbey celebrates this year the 40th anniversary of its famous Phelps organ. A special concert series will be held to mark the occasion, and in tribute to her husband Lawrence Phelps and this acclaimed organ Gillian Weir will bring the series to its culmination by playing one final recital.
October 7-19, 2014
Adjudicator
Montreal
Concours International d'Orgue du Canada
November 18, 2014
Masterclass
St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, Windsor
for the Cathedral Organists' Association 6 pm
November 29, 2014
Masterclass
Haileybury College, Hertfordshire
2 pm
February 8, 2015
Adjudicator
Eton College, Windsor
Adjudicating organ and harpsichord competitions
February 9, 2015
Masterclass
Eton College, Windsor
October 14, 2015
Masterclass
York Minster, York
Association of Assistant Cathedral Organists’ Conference
November 11, 2015
Speaker
London
Worshipful Company of Musicians Dinner. Made Honorary Freeman of the Worshipful Company
February 6, 2016
Speaker
Liverpool
Annual Dinner of Liverpool Organists’ Association
August 13, 2016
Panelist
Liverpool
Royal School of Church Music Summer School
January 28, 2017
Masterclass
Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, London
Bloomsbury Organ Day
February 18, 2017
Speaker
Nottingham
Annual Luncheon Nottingham and District Organists’ Society
February 23, 2017
Jurist
St Michael’s, Cornhill, London
Jurist for the W.T.Best Prize (Worshipful Company of Musicians)
April 29, 2017
Teacher
Keble College, Oxford
Coaching Oxford University Organ Scholars
July 24, 2017
Masterclass
Merton College, Oxford
Masterclass and illustrated Interview re life and career for Incorporated Association of Organists’ annual Festival
September 15, 2017
Patron
Royal Festival Hall, London
Inauguration of Dame Gillian Weir Organ Scholarship
September 22-24, 2017
Jurist
St Botolph’s Church, London
Member of the Jury, Music Club of London Competition
October 6, 2017
Lecturer
Clifton Cathedral, Bristol
Lecturer at performance by James Gough of Bach’s six Trio Sonatas, in the Clifton Festival
March 13, 2018
Masterclass
Buckfast Abbey, Devon
Association of Assistant Organists’ Conference
June 18-19, 2018
Patron
Cambridge
Presiding at the Bachathon, as Patron
August 12-15, 2018
Jurist, Masterclass
Armagh Cathedral, Armagh
Chairman of the Jury Northern Ireland International Organ Competition; Master-class on Bach; workshop
November, 2018
Jurist, Masterclass
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham
Master-class at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, and adjudicator for the annual Gillian Weir Messiaen Prize. (final date yet to be confirmed)
January 26, 2019
Masterclass
Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, London
Bloomsbury Organ Day, Master-class on César Franck