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Open Day
Irvine Auditorium at The University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Peter Krasinski

“Phantom of the Opera” Silent Film with Live Organ Accompaniment Tuesday October 25th 7pm Irvine Auditorium at the University of Pennsylvania (3401 Spruce Street) Experience the 1925 silent film classic the way it was meant to be enjoyed. Come hear one of the largest pipe organs in the world with famed improvisational organist, Peter Krasinski, at the console. This FREE Penn Halloween tradition is open to the public. www.perelmanquad.com http://www.krasinski.org/

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Recital--Organ Solo
First Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Organ-Duo Iris und Carsten Lenz

Kellner: Fuge G-Dur, Wesley: Duette, Malerbi: Sinfonia, Reuling: Fughetta, Baumert: Sonate, Thayer: Concert Variations on “Auld Lang Syne”, Bedard: Petite Suite, Lenz: Birthday-Miniatures, Pédalier: Valse en miniature pour 4 pieds The organ console is projected onto a large screen

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Recital--Organ Solo
St. Peter's Episcopal Church (Glenside, PA, United States)
Organ-Duo Iris und Carsten Lenz

Kellner: Fuge G-Dur, Wesley: Duette, Malerbi: Sinfonia, Reuling: Fughetta, Baumert: Sonate, Thayer: Concert Variations on “Auld Lang Syne”, Bedard: Petite Suite, Lenz: Birthday-Miniatures, Pédalier: Valse en miniature pour 4 pieds The organ console is projected onto a large screen

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Recital--Organ Solo
St. Peter's Episcopal Church (Glenside, PA, United States)
Organ-Duo Iris und Carsten Lenz

Kellner: Fuge G-Dur, Wesley: Duette, Malerbi: Sinfonia, Reuling: Fughetta, Baumert: Sonate, Thayer: Concert Variations on “Auld Lang Syne”, Bedard: Petite Suite, Lenz: Birthday-Miniatures, Pédalier: Valse en miniature pour 4 pieds The organ console is projected onto a large screen

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Educational Event
Philadelphia, PA, United States
Shaun Kieran
- 2009-03-15

Pipe Organ Restoration Seminar

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Recital--Organ Solo
First United Church of Christ (Reading, PA, United States)
Rosalind Mohnsen

Music of Guilmant, Handel, Bach, Schumann, Purvis, Saint-Saëns, Roberts, Langlais, Gardonyi, Matthews.

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Recital--Organ Solo
Memorial Chapel, Mercersburg Academy (Mercersburg, PA, United States)
Haig Mardirosian

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Festival
Philadelphia Cathedral (Philadelphai, PA, United States)

Thanksgiving Celebration On Tuesday, November 25 at 7:00 p.m., Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale will sing at a Thanksgiving Celebration hosted by the Philadelphia Cathedral, 3733 Chestnut Street (at 38th Street between Chestnut and Market Streets) in University City. Free to the public. For more information, please call 215.386.0234, ext. 104.

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Recital--Organ Plus
Philadelphia Cathedral (Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Dr. Riyhee Hong

Choral Evensong At Philadelphia Cathedral On Sunday November 23 at 5:00 pm., the Cathedral Singers, directed by Dr. Riyehee Hong, will sing Choral Evensong at Philadelphia Cathedral located at 3733 Chestnut Street,(on 38th Street between Market and Chestnut) in University City. Service music includes: Blessed is the One by Samuel Wesley, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Philip Moore, Psalm 23 by Franz Schubert. and the Toccata and Fugue in F Minor, BWV 540 by J. S. Bach. For more information, please call 215,386.0234, ext. 104.

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Recital--Organ Plus
Philadelphia Cathedral (Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Dr. Riyehee Hong

Friday, October 31 (Halloween) at 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia Cathedral in University City (38th Street between Chestnut and Market Streets) Has What You’re Looking For! A screening of the original silent film version of Phantom of the Opera, starring Lon Chaney, directed by Rupert Julian, will be featured with a live musical accompaniment by the Cathedral’s Director of Music and the Arts, Riyehee Hong, on the Cathedral’s 1907 Austin pipe organ. Released by Universal Studios in 1925, at the height of the Silent Era it’s all here – the splendiferous Opera House with its Apollo statue and Grand Staircase, the freakily-frightening Phantom, the Costume of the Red Death, the campy title cards, the inventive, evocative make-up and lighting, and the climatic carriage chase—all presented in vivid black and white. Come to experience or re-experience a piece of film history. Come if you have ninety minutes to fill before your next party. Come in costume. Come to laugh and shriek. Free will offering. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. For information, please call 215-386-0234, ext...

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