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Recital--Organ Plus

Recital--Organ Plus
Academiegebouw (Leiden, Netherlands)
Niels-Jan van der Hoek
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Organ and Virginal

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Eglise St François d'Assise (Brinckheim, France)
Markus Bertelsmann
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Works for choir organ and instruments Johann Caspar Simon: Prelude and Fugue in F major Johann Erasmus Kindermann: Magnificat octavi toni Franz Schubert: Ständchen Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Church Sonata No. 17 in C, KV 317 etc. Chorale Ste-Cécile, Brinckheim Dir. Albert Thoma Marie Marbach, clarinette Etienne Marbach, alto Markus Bertelsmann, orgue

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10209-123 Street (Edmonton, Canada)
Julia Davis
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Seasonal music for Advent for violin and organ/piano.

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The Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Newark, NJ, United States)
John J. Miller, Cathedral Brass and Percussion Ensemble
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Join us for a very special concert: An Organ and Brass Spectacular featuring the Cathedral Brass and Percussion Ensemble with Cathedral Organist, John J. Miller. This exciting program will include works by Marcel Dupré, Charles-Marie Widor, and Eugène Gigout. Doors will open at 3 pm.

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Spivey Hall (Morrow, GA, United States)
ALAN MORRISON, ORGANIST-IN-RESIDENCE, SPIVEY HALL

Organ Discovery Day FREE Musical examples and performances by Organist-in-Residence Alan Morrison, plus the chance to go on stage to see the organ console and peek into the organ case. Refreshments will be served afterwards in the lobby. The King of Instruments video is a production of Spivey Hall Education made possible by support from the Chaparral Foundation and the Spivey Hall Friends.

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Maria-Magdalenen-Kirche (Templin, Germany)
Joseph Bradley, Robert Smith
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Joseph Bradley (Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin) and Robert Smith (York Oratory) perform works for two organs by Antonio Soler, Thomas Tomkins, Georg Friedrich Händel and Kenneth Leighton as well as solo pieces by William Byrd, Nikolaus Bruhns, Donnacha Dennehy, Bertie Baigent and Max Reger. Originally from Lanarkshire, Scotland, Joseph Bradley began his organ studies with David Adams at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin. He studied Musicology specialising in fifteenth- and sixteenth-century English sacred music at Trinity College, Dublin, where he was also the University Organ Scholar. In his second year of study at Trinity College he founded the Dublin Early Music Society and was the Chairman of the Dublin University Music Society. Joseph is in demand both as an ensemble player and a soloist. He has performed throughout Ireland and recent European recitals include Frankfurt, London, Dublin, Vienna, Venice, and Berlin. He is currently the Organ Scholar to Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin and studies with the organist and composer David Bremner. Robert Smith is currently the Assistant Organist of St. Wilfrid’s Church (York Oratory in Formation). In 2014/2015 he served as the Assistant Organist at St. Paul’s Bloor Street, the largest Anglican church in Toronto, where he regularly accompanied the church choir. Previously the organ scholar of Somerville College, Oxford, he accompanied and occasionally directed the choir of that college for their regular services and concerts. He began musical life aged 5 on the piano, then took up the organ aged 13 and received lessons from Henry Fairs at the Birmingham Conservatoire for five years. Upon reaching Oxford Robert was taught by Stephen Farr and William Whitehead, as well as achieving his ARCO diploma, for which he also won the Sowerbutts Prize and Durrant Prize. He has had the pleasure of participating in numerous choir concerts and tours, notably at Blackburn Cathedral, Lancaster Priory, Birmingham Cathedral, Ampleforth Abbey, Coventry Cathedral and three times at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Robert regularly performs recitals as well as participating in masterclasses led by David Goode, Guy Bovet and Thomas Trotter. He collaborated with conductor Nicholas Cleobury for a concert recorded by the BBC.  Summer 2014 saw Robert take part in a choir tour of America and this has been followed by two recital tours of Germany, across Berlin, Brandenburg, Saxony, Thuringia and Bavaria. His first commercial solo CD ‘The Franz Liszt Memorial Organ in Weimar’ was released by the German record label JUBAL in April...

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Abdijkerk (Den Haag-Loosduinen, Netherlands)
Jeroen de Haan-orgel, Sanne Jonker-altviool
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Works by Fredrik Sixten, Cor Kint, Georg Philipp Telemann and others

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The Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Newark, NJ, United States)
John J. Miller
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Back by popular demand! The Ridgewood Concert Band under the direction of Dr. Christian Wilhjelm, joins forces with the New Jersey Festival High School Chorus, under the direction of Karen Gorzynski, to give the audience a rousing and memorable concert for all! A little of what you will hear at this concert: The Ridgewood Concert Band: Fanfare: This Broad Earth by Steven Bryant Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral by Richard Wagner (with John J. Miller, organist) New Jersey Festival Chorus: Aida Triumphal March by Giuseppe Verdi Tshosholoza by James Ames Walton Music – a cappella with drumming Shed a Little Light by James Taylor and Greg Jaspers There will also be a Prelude performance at 3:30 pm featuring the J.P. Stevens High School Wind Ensemble under the direction of Andrew...

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Eglise Saint-Martin (Orgères, France)
Florence Rousseau, orgue & harmonium
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“En terre celtique” Aldo Ripoche, violoncelle & Florence Rousseau, orgue & harmonium Mélodies de Bretagne, d’Irlande, d’Écosse & d’Angleterre.

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Saint Augustine Cathedral (Kalamazoo, MI, United States)
Thomas Fielding
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Dr. Thomas Fielding, organist, will be joined by Barry Ross and members of the KSO strings in a festival concert of music for organ and orchestra. Works include the world premiere of Fielding’s Sinfonia Concertante for organ and strings along with those by Handel, Purcell, and Mozart. Suggested donation of $10, open seating.

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