It’s a new year at Symphony Hall, and what better way to blow away the cobwebs than with the world’s most famous piece of organ music? Nothing makes the floor shake quite like Bach’s D minor Toccata and Fugue, and no-one plays the Symphony Hall organ quite like City Organist Thomas Trotter. He continues the way he’s begun: with music by Parry, Lemare and Wagner: the barnstorming overture to Rienzi.