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Recital--Organ Solo

Recital--Organ Solo
Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart - 89 Ridge Street, Newark, NJ 07104 (Newark, NJ, United States)
Preston Dibble
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Join us as we welcome back a local favorite, Preston Dibble. Preston comes to us from Church of the Immaculate Conception/St. Teresa of Calcutta Parish in Montclair, NJ. This lunchtime recital will be followed by a brief optional tour of the Cathedral Basilica.

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Recital--Organ Solo
Spivey Hall (Morrow, GA, United States)
KEN COWAN, organ ALAN MORRISON, organ CHERRY RHODES, organ

Post-concert Dinner – 5:45 PM • $40 $60 | BUY TICKETS The Season 26 Walter and Emilie Spivey Memorial Concert Spivey Hall proudly observes the 25th anniversary of the dedication of the Albert Schweitzer Memorial Organ created by Fratelli Ruffatti, celebrating its magnificence through the artistry of three master organists. Performances by Ken Cowan have been praised as “absolutely stunning” (Organ Canada) and “articulate and thrilling” (Los Angeles Times). “His unassuming manner and his sure and relaxed technique hide a fiery yet totally musical approach to organ playing” (The Diapason). Spivey Hall Organist-in-Residence Alan Morrison is a “superb” and “first-rate organist” (ArkivMusic.com) who “knows something about igniting audience passions. Without hesitation and throughout, Morrison’s playing is consummate and dazzling” (Fanfare). The first American to win an international organ competition (Munich), Cherry Rhodes completed her advanced studies with Jean Guillou and Marie-Claire Alain. During her brilliant career she has toured extensively, frequently premiering new music. Her Pro Organo release, Everyone Dance, has been hailed by The American Organist as “a joyous celebration of unrivaled artistry.” In demand as an adjudicator and master class leader, she has taught for four decades at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of...

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Recital--Organ Solo
First Congregational Church (Manistee, MI, United States)
Arjan Breukhoven (the Netherlands)
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Arjan Breukhoven give several organconcerts during his USA Concert Tour 2017.

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Recital--Organ Solo
H. Antonius Abt, Scheveningseweg 235, 2584AA Den Haag (Den Haag, Netherlands)
Patrick Hopper
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Music by: Bach, Taneyev, Hans Puls and Percy Fletcher

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Recital--Organ Solo
First Presbyterian Church (Lake Forest, IL, United States)
Arjan Breukhoven (the Netherlands)
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Arjan Breukhoven give several organconcerts during his USA Concert Tour 2017.

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Recital--Organ Solo
Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart - 89 Ridge Street, Newark, NJ 07104 (Newark, NJ, United States)
Robert Maidhof
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Please join us as we welcome guest artist, Robert Maidhof. Robert comes to us from St. Stephen Church, Kearny, NJ, and also from Radio City Music Hall, NYC. This lunchtime recital will be followed by an optional tour of the Cathedral Basilica.

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Recital--Organ Solo
Calvin College Chapel (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
Arjan Breukhoven (the Netherlands)
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Arjan Breukhoven give several organconcerts during his USA Concert Tour 2017.

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Recital--Organ Solo
Christian Reformed Church (Grand Haven, MI, United States)
Arjan Breukhoven (the Netherlands)
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Arjan Breukhoven give several concerts during his USA Concert Tour 2017

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Recital--Organ Solo
Calvin College Chapel (Grand Rapids, MI, United States)
Arjan Breukhoven (the Netherlands)
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Arjan Breukhoven give several concerts during his USA Concert Tour 2017

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Recital--Organ Solo
Spivey Hall (Morrow, GA, United States)
Hector Olivera

$40 | BUY TICKETS A passionate and gifted musician, Hector Olivera has amazed and delighted audiences around the world with his personal interpretations of both classical and popular music. He commands a brilliant technique and a colorful repertoire. His “concert performances and commentary make clear why audiences everywhere are beguiled by Hector Olivera’s irrepressible and personable virtuosity” (Pipedreams). “Hector Olivera brought the house down with a stupendous performance” (The American Organist) and “entertained his audience with a dazzling display of sonic and technical marvels” (The Washington Post). “The audience surged to its feet even before the last chord died away, applauding wildly” (Portland Press Herald). “Olivera swept the audience with absolute Olympic virtuosity, and that still doesn’t say it… Hector Olivera is in a class by himself” (The Atlanta...

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