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Events

Symposium
Christ Church and Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ, United States)
Robert Clark, Hans Davidson, Antonius Bittmann, and more
- 2005-05-30

“Impressions of the Organ” featuring Peter Williams, et al. Sponsored by American Organ Archives and Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University

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Recital--Organ Plus
Kirkpatrick Chapel, Rutgers (New Brunswick, NJ, United States)
New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra; Antonius Bittmann, organ; Mark Trautman, conductor

Concerto in G minor for Organ/Orchestra, Rheinberger; Elgar: Serenade for Strings. Tickets $15/$10 students and seniors

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Recital--Organ Solo
Christ Church (New Brunswick, NJ, United States)
Antonius Bittmann
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Recital on the Richards Fowkes organ, opus 12 as part of the Society’s 2004 Conference in New Brunswick, NJ

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Recital--Organ Solo
Christ Church (New Brunswick, NJ, United States)
Antonius Bittmann
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Free recital follows 6 o’clock Vespers. Richards, Fowkes and Co. organ, opus 12.

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Festival
St Peter's Lutheran Church (New York, NY, United States)
Antonius Bittmann, Walter Hilse, George Stauffer, Joan Lippincott, Daniel Martyn Lewis, Thomas Schmidt
- 2002-09-29

Since 1993, Saint Peter’s Church has presented a festival of music honoring Johann Sebastian Bach. Not only is this a celebration of the great music of the Leipzig master and his era, but for Saint Peter’s Church it is also a celebration of the life and faith of the greatest composer of the Lutheran tradition, a tradition which lives on today here at Saint Peter’s Church.

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Recital--Organ Plus
CHRIST CHURCH (New Brunswick, NJ, United States)
Antonius Bittmann, organist (University Organist,
Rutgers.);Christ Church Choir and Orchestra ;
Mark Trautman, conductor

Concert featuring Richards, Fowkes and Co. Opus 12 Organ Dedication Concert Music of Handel and Bach Bach: Fantasy in G (“Piece d’Orgue”); Organ Concerto Op. 4, No. 5; “O Praise the Lord With One Consent” (Chandos anthem) and more TICKETS: $15/$10

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Recital--Organ Solo
Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church (New York, NY, United States)
Antonius Bittmann

Tracker organ by Letourneau (1997), Antonius Bittmann, the prize-winning German organist, will play works of Bach, Buxtehude and the rarely heard 8th Sonata of Hans Fährman, a virtuostic tour-de-force for organ. Dr. Bittmann is widely recorded and has concertized throughout Europe and the United States. He is currently on the music faculty at Rutgers University, and he holds both a DMA and a PhD from Eastman School of Music.

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