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Events

Recital--Organ Solo
Matthäuskirche (Munich, Germany)
Armin Becker
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“Die Orgelreise – ein Urlaubskonzert für Daheimgebliebene”: Klassik, Tango und Jazz von Guy Bovet (“Hamburger Totentanz”), John Philip Sousa (“Washington Post”), Astor Piazzolla (“Homenaje a Córdoba”), Kyu Sakamoto (“Sukiyaki”), Israel López (“Buena Vista Social Club”), Django Reinhardt (“Belleville”), Louis Vierne (“Les cloches de Hinckley”), Eugène Reuchsel, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor u.a.

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Recital--Organ Solo
waalse Kerk, Breestraat 62 (Leiden, Netherlands)
Egbert Schoenmaker, Ootmarsum
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Het concert begint om 16.30 uur op het monumentale 18e eeuwse Steevens-Assendelft orgel, dat onlangs na een grondige onderhoudsbeurt door de Firma Flentrop weer in gebruik is genomen. De imponerende ‘oudere’ klankkarakteristiek en de middentoons stemming zijn bij uitstek geschikt voor de uitgekozen werken van Susato, Krieger, Böhm, Scheidemann en Buxtehude.

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Recital--Organ Plus
St. Aloysius Church (Spokane, WA, United States)
Tyler Pattison, Robert Carr
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St. Aloysius church and Gonzaga University are proud to present the forth annual Halloween Pipe Organ Concert! Organists Tyler Pattison and Robert Carr will rattle the rafters from the console of the mighty Kilgen Pipe Organ yet again! This year’s concert will be held on Saturday, October 26th at 7:30 pm. The event is open to all, and admission is free! Donations of any amount will be graciously received at the door to help support the church’s pipe organ restoration fund. In addition to hearing beautiful organ and vocal music, you’ll get to take a look inside the pipe...

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Recital--Organ Solo

Justin Stahl’s concert includes movie and musical music, popular songs from The Beatles, Journey and Toto, classic standards from the Great American Songbook, toe tapping marches and ragtime tunes. All played on the Mighty Wurlitzer Theater Organ, once in Detroit’s Fisher Theater, one of the most unique and largest instruments of this type ever built. Justin Stahl is a native of Beech Grove, Indiana. His passion for music has reached many venues that have included accompanying for several choral departments, contributing as his church’s music director, playing for community...

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Recital--Organ Solo
Pieterskerk, Straatweg 59 (Breukelen, Netherlands)
Teus de Mik
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Programma J.Pz. Sweelinck (1562- 1621), Fantasia in a, SwWV 275 J.S. Bach (1685- 1750), Kyrie – Christe – Kyrie, in: Clavierübung III (alio modo), BWV 672, 673, 674 F. Couperin (1668- 1733), Plein jeu ‘Et in Terra pax’, en: Petitte fugue sur le Chromhorne ‘2e Couplet du Gloria’, in: Messe à l’usage ordinaire des paroisses (1690) C.Ph.E. Bach, (1714- 1788), Fantasie en Fuga in c, Wq 119/ 7 J. Langlais (1907- 1991), Pasticcio, in: Organ Book, Nr. 10 (1956)

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Recital--Organ Plus
Cathedral (Morelia, Mexico)
Laura Carrasco
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Choir of the ISMUSAM (Sacred Music Institute at Morelia) and guest instrumentalists conducted by Emilio Medina. Solo organ works by J.A. Gómez. First modern performance in Morelia of music from the 18th. and 19th. centuries Cathedral archives. Part of the National Meeting of Liturgical Diocesan Commissions. Free admission.

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Recital--Organ Solo
St. Matthias' Episcopal Church (Minocqua, WI, United States)
Aaron David Miller

Dedicatory Concert of the Susan B. Smith Memorial Organ, Jaeckel opus 54

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Recital--Organ Plus
Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral (New York, NY, United States)
Jared Lamenzo

In the mid-nineteenth century, pipe organs were a symbol of America’s growing technological and cultural progress. Thousands of people would attend a new pipe organ installation in a church, and newspapers would rave about a new instrument’s power and innovative capabilities. Built before electricity was available, the magnificent 1868 Henry Erben is the last large, three-manual Erben organ, and one of only a few from the era left intact with its original voicing and mechanical action. This performance turns the magnificent Erben organ inside out, allowing the audience to see the interior...

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Recital--Organ Plus
New Hope Baptist Church Cnr Middleborough&Springfield Roads (Melbourne, Australia)
John Atwell accompanied by "Free Spirit" Gospel Choir

Dr John Atwell has had the pleasure of entertaining audiences on the theatre organ for the past 40 years, both in Australia and around the world in the United Kingdom, USA, Canada and New Zealand. In that time he has developed a reputation for providing programs, whether in concert or on recordings, which are carefully put together to provide a variety of enjoyable music, with a balance between the familiar and the not so well known. His playing style is not easily pigeonholed, but reflects the diversity of his musical experience. John completed a theatre organ concert tour to the UK in...

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Recital--Organ Solo
CATHEDRALE (LAUSANNE)
Monica Melcova (Paris)

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