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Recital--Organ Solo
United Methodist Church (Plattsburgh, NY, United States)
Jonathan Ortloff

Jonathan Ortloff will present his Eastman School of Music senior organ recital program at the Plattsburgh United Methodist Church in conjunction with the celebration of a decade of the new Russell & Company pipe organ. Program includes Mendelssohn, Buxtehude, Bach, Widor, Dupre, Stravinsky, and more.

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Recital--Organ Solo
First Presbyterian Church (Ithaca, NY, United States)
Jonathan Ortloff

Jonathan Ortloff, a senior at the Eastman School of Music and a student of David Higgs, plays the second public recital on the 4/87 Russell and Company organ at Ithaca’s First Presbyterian Church. Program to include works by Reger, Alain, Durufle, Bach, and Virgil Fox’s arrangement of “Come, Sweet Death.”

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Recital--Organ Solo
Plattsburgh United Methodist Church (Plattsburgh, NY, United States)
Jonathan Ortloff

Jonathan Ortloff, whose past “interactive organ” concerts have won great praise, will be presenting the third in the series on June 2nd, at 7:30 at the Plattsburgh United Methodist Church, 127 Beekman Street, Plattsburgh, NY. Via two large video screens, the audience will have live up-close views of Ortloff’s hands and feet as he plays, showing the acrobatics an organist goes through in the performance of a concert. Jon will talk about each selection in between selections, as well as explain the complexities of the 1995 Russell & Co. organ and will involve the audience in this fun and relaxed performance. Ortloff will play pieces by renowned organ masters, including Johann Sebastian Bach, Alexandre Guilmant, Max Reger, Petr Eben and more. The concert will benefit the Plattsburgh church’s organ fund, as well as the NCCCA’s Wurlitzer organ fund. In the fall of 2004, Ortloff arranged the donation of a 1924 Wurlitzer theatre organ to install in Strand Theatre. The organ, which is being moved to Plattsburgh in mid-June, will require a $150,000 restoration. Admission for the concert is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and children under 18; children under 12 will be admitted free of charge. Tickets are available at the door, or by calling the NCCCA at...

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Fund Raiser
Plattsburgh United Methodist Church, 127 Beekman Street (Plattsburgh, NY, United States)
Jonathan Ortloff

Jonathan Ortloff, a junior at the Eastman School of Music, will accompany the silent film classic, “The Phantom of the Opera” at 7pm on December 30th at the Plattsburgh United Methodist Church. Ortloff will use the full resources of the church’s 1995 Russell organ, as well as digitally sampled Wurtlizer ranks. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for seniors and children under 12. They may be purchased at the door. Proceeds to benefit the installation of a vintage 1924 3/10 Wurlitzer in the Strand Theatre in downtown Plattsburgh

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Recital--Organ Solo
Plattsburgh United Methodist Church (Plattsburgh, NY, United States)
Jonathan Ortloff

After the rousing success of last year’s event, Jon has decided to do it again! Prepare for a fun and entertaning recital, with audience participation, and two huge video screens showing live shots of Jon’s hand and feet, as well as the inner workings of the 1995 Stephen Russell organ. Jonathan is a Sophomore at the Eastman School of Music. A highly diverse program with works by Bach, Franck, Elgar, Brahms, Durufle, and Alain. $10 General admission, $8 for seniors and students. Kids under 12 free!

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Recital--Organ Solo
Plattsburgh United Methodist Church, 127 Beekman Street (Plattsburgh, NY, United States)
Jonathan Ortloff
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An organ recital featuring not only the organist, but the organ, with three video screens displaying up close images of the performer, as well as the inner workings of the 1995 Stephen Russell organ. Jonathan Ortloff is a Freshman at the Eastman School of Music. A highly diverse program with works by Buxtehude, Elgar, Mendelssohn, Guilmant, Durufle, and more. $5 admission to benefit the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts

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