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Recital--Organ Solo
Senate Theater 6424 Michigan Avenue Detroit, MI 48210 (Detroit, MI, United States)
Mark Herman

A Salute to the Golden Age of Movie Musicals! From Busby Berkeley to Lerner & Loewe Performing music from the great movie musicals of the 1930s, 40s, 50s, and 60s, Mark Herman will perform on the thrilling Wurlitzer Theatre Organ once installed at the Fisher Theatre in Detroit. Bring your friends and family for an entertaining afternoon of great music at the Senate Theater. About Mark Herman: Mark Herman is one of America’s busiest young theatre organists, performing over 30 concerts each year across the US and abroad. In July of 2012, he was named the American Theatre Organist of the Year and is the youngest person ever to receive the prestigious honor. He studied theatre organ with John Ferguson of Indianapolis, who is recognized worldwide for his skills as a teacher. After graduating with a degree in Theatre Arts/Management from DePaul University in Chicago, Mark relocated to Indianapolis, where he operates his own web design company and represents the Allen Organ Company for Meridian Music. He is also in demand as a voicing specialist and tonal consultant for Allen...

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Recital--Organ Solo
Park Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
James R. Metzler

Music of Bach, Couperin, Haydn, Alain, Franck and Dupre.

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Recital--Organ Plus
Park Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
Pamela Smitter Baker, Trumpet; Michael Bloss, Organ

Music for Trumpet & Organ

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Festival
Park Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
Dr. Martin Neary, former Organist & Master of the Choristers at Westminster Abbey, London, UK

A half-hour recital on Park Church’s four manual Muller pipe organ of 80 ranks. Free admission.

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Festival
Park Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
Dr. Martin Neary, former Organist & Master of the Choristers at Westminster Abbey, London, UK

Organ recital of music by J. S. Bach, Mozart, McCabe and Mendelssohn. Co-sponsored by the Grand Rapids Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Free admission.

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Festival
Park Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
Dr. Martin Neary, former Organist & Master of the Choristers at Westminster Abbey, London, UK

Concert of music by Purcell, Handel and Haydn’s “Lord Nelson Mass” with the adult choirs of Park Congregational Church, First United Methodist Church and Westminster Presbyterian Church with members of the Grand Rapids Symphony. A freewill offering will be taken to support local charities.

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Festival
Park Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
Dr. Martin Neary, former Organist & Master of the Choristers at Westminster Abbey, London, UK

Concert of music by Purcell, Handel and Haydn’s “Lord Nelson Mass” with the adult choirs of Park Congregational Church, First United Methodist Church and Westminster Presbyterian Church with members of the Grand Rapids Symphony. A freewill offering will be taken to support local charities.

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Recital--Organ Solo
First (Park) Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
James R. Metzler

Music of Busser, Boellmann and Widor

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Recital--Organ Solo
First (Park) Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
David Briggs, Organist Emeritus of Gloucester Cathedral in England

Music of Widor, Haydn, Cochereau, Berlioz, Bach, Dupre and Ravel – plus two improvisations. The first will be a Silent Movie Improvisation to “The Adventurer” (Charlie Chaplin, 1917)and the second an improvisation based on two themes submitted by the audience. Free admission.

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Recital--Organ Solo
First (Park) Congregational Church (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
David Briggs, Organist Emeritus of Gloucester Cathedral in England

Music of Widor, Haydn, Cochereau, Berlioz, Bach, Dupre and Ravel. Silent Movie Improvisation to “The Adventurer” (Charlie Chaplin, 1917) and improvisation on two themes submitted by the audience. FREE

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