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Events

Festival
Chevy Chase Presbyterian (Washington, DC, United States)
Chuyoung Suter, Terry Sisk, Jeff Pannebaker, Mary Mozelle, Eric Poulain, Ken Lowenberg, Pater Latona, Paul Stetsenko, Christopher Jacobson, Jeff Workman

Ten area organists play the music of J. S. Bach on the Rieger tracker pipe organ. For this year’s program theme, “Bach and Before”, each organist will include in their program, music written before Bach’s time, in addition to the mighty organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach.

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Educational Event
Westminster Presbyterian Church (Alexandria, VA, United States)
Paul Stetsenko

A two-year event, whose goal is to make the organ works of Bach part of the worship services. Every Sunday before the worship service, the organist will play a 15-20 minute-long selection of Bach’s organ compositions. To see the line-up of the performed works, visit www.stetsenko.com. Often during the offertory, a seasonally/thematically appropriate chorale prelude is also played, alongside with a corresponding chorale, sung by the choir.

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Recital--Organ Plus
Westminster Presbyterian Church (Alexandria, VA, United States)
Paul Stetsenko

Paul Stetsenko (organ) Deke Polifka (piano) Molly Roden (soprano) Anne Alexander (alto) A concert will precede the Installation service of The Rev. Larry R. Hayward as Senior Pastor of WPC Program will include works by Bach (Passacaglia), L. Bernstein, G. F. Handel, A. Schnittke as well as the premiere of P. Stetsenko’s Installation Anthem written for this occasion.

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Recital--Organ Solo
Old Presbyterian Meeting House (Alexandria, VA, United States)
Paul Stetsenko

An Orchestra of One — three Baroque concerti grossi transcribed for organ. Vivaldi, The “Winter” Concerto from The Four Seasons (arr. P. Stetsenko) Handel, The “Esther” Concerto in g minor (arr. P. Stetsenko) Vivaldi, Concerto in d minor (arr. W. F. Bach)

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Recital--Organ Solo
Westminster Presbyterian Church (Alexandria, VA, United States)
Paul Stetsenko

J. S. Bach, Prelude and Fugue in D major J. S. Bach, Two “Leipzig” Chorales: Her Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend; O Lamm Gottes unschuldig J. S. Bach, Passacaglia in c minor César Franck, Cantabile in B major César FranckChorale No. 3 in a minor Max Reger, Trio (‘Siciliano’) Max Reger, Fantasy and Fugue on B-A-C-H, Op. 46

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Recital--Organ Plus
Bristol Chapel at Westmister Choir College (Princeton, NJ, United States)
Paul Stetsenko
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“The Indian summer of German Romanticism: works of Max Reger and his pupils (Fritz Lubrich, Hermann Ernst Koch, and Jaromir Weinberger)” Performers: Beverly Owens (soprano) Paul Stetsenko, (organ) Program: I. Works of Max Reger (1870-1916) Weihnachten (“Christmas”) op. 145/3 Wenn in bangen, trüben Stunden (“When in time of despair and condusion”) Doch du ließt ihn im Grabe nicht (“You did not leave him in the grave”) Passion, op. 145/4 Heimweh (“Homesickness”) Meine Seele ist still zu Gott (“My soul is waiting quietly for God”) Siegesfeier (“Triumphal Fête”), op. 145/7 Intermission II. The works of Reger’s pupils Fritz Lubrich (1888-1971) Chorale Prelude “Nun ruhen alle Wälder” Hermann Ernst Koch (1885-1963) Chorale Prelude “Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele” Jaromir Weinberger (1896-1967), Cantata “The Way to...

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Recital--Organ Solo
The Cathedral of Incarnation (Garden City, NY, United States)
Paul Stetsenko
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Works by J. S. Bach (10 Chorales from Das Orgelbuechlein), Bach-Stetsenko (Sinfonia from Cantata 29), Louis Vierne (Naiades), John Weaver (Variations on Sine Nomine), and Max Reger (Fantasy and Figue in d minor, Op. 135b)

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Recital--Organ Plus
St. Clement's Church (Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Paul Stetsenko
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Program: Bach-Stetsenko, Sinfonia from Cantata 29; Bach, Prelude Ich ruf’ zu dir; Vierne, Naiades; John Weaver, Variations on “Sine Nomine”

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