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acc. by Clark Wilson at the Wurlitzer
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Stoneham Town Hall Auditorium

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<p><b> Live for one night only</b></p> <p>LIVE --Acclaimed theater organist CLARK WILSON composes and plays live organ music and sound effects for the 1925 Silent Movie Classic PHANTOM OF THE OPERA starring Lon Chaney on the newly restored Wurlitzer theatre organ in Stoneham Town Hall. Join us for an amazing night at the movies with this showing of Gaston Leroux’s tale of mayhem at the Paris Opera House - considered one of the greatest horror movies of all time. [Not suitable for children under 12]<p> <p>Tickets (General Admission, $20) are available through <a href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/phantom-of-the-opera-silent-film-classic-with-live-organ-tickets-48738617517" target="_blank">EventBrite</a>, Stoneham Town Clerk's Office, 35 Central St. or StonehamBank, 80 Montvale Ave., Stoneham.<p> See <a href="https://www.explorestoneham.com/phantom" target="_blank">Explore Stoneham</a> for full details.
Clark Wilson / Phantom of the Opera
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Stoneham Town Hall Auditorium

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The new season of Music for Viols and Friends begins on Friday, October 12, 2018 with a concert of chamber music from 18th-century France performed by flutists Peter H. Bloom and Na’ama Lion, viola da gambist Carol Lewis and theorbo and baroque guitar player Olav Chris Henriksen. The quartet will play a variety of chamber works unique to this elegant age in French music, including pieces by Dornel, Boismortier, Jacquet de la Guerre, and Couperin, among others. The concert will take place at 8:00 pm in Lindsay Chapel, First Church in Cambridge Congregational, 11 Garden St. (entrance on Mason St.), Cambridge, MA. Admission is $25 general admission; $20 seniors, students, low income. For further information, or to receive a series brochure, call (617) 776-0692 or go to <a href="http://www.duomaresienne.com" target="_blank">www.duomaresienne.com</a>
Peter H. Bloom & Na\'ama Lion, baroque flutes; Carol Lewis, viola da gamba; Olav Chris Henriksen, baroque guitar & theorbo
Works by Lindsay Chapel, First Church in Cambridge Congregational

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acc. by Clark Wilson at the Wurlitzer
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The Hanover Theatre

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The King and The Prince Music for Organ and Trumpet The sound of the organ and trumpet conjure majestic imagery of nobler times, yet will also challenge our imagination with exotic and novel soundscapes. Ezequiel Menéndez and Louis Hanzlik perform music from Europe during the heyday of the great empires alongside contemporary compositions from the Americas, both North and South. Experience the juxtaposition of the music of J. S. Bach and Felix Mendelssohn with selections by the great Argentinean composer, Astor Piazzolla, and the award-winning American composer, David Sampson. This is the premiere concert for the rededication concert series of the recently restored organ, Brombaugh Opus 21. Support for this concert series is provided in full by the Marjorie Jolidon Fund of the Greater Hartford Chapter- American Guild of Organists. A suggested donation of $20 will support the preservation of the organ.
Ezequiel Menéndez, organ Louis Hanzlik, trumpet
Works by J.S. Bach, Astor Piazzolla, David Sampson
St. Mark's Chapel

Contact: 860-429-2647 admin@st. markschapel.org
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The King and The Prince Music for Organ and Trumpet The sound of the organ and trumpet conjure majestic imagery of nobler times, yet will also challenge our imagination with exotic and novel soundscapes. Ezequiel Menéndez and Louis Hanzlik perform music from Europe during the heyday of the great empires alongside contemporary compositions from the Americas, both North and South. Experience the juxtaposition of the music of J. S. Bach and Felix Mendelssohn with selections by the great Argentinean composer, Astor Piazzolla, and the award-winning American composer, David Sampson. This is the premiere concert for the rededication concert series of the recently restored organ, Brombaugh Opus 21. Support for this concert series is provided in full by the Marjorie Jolidon Fund of the Greater Hartford Chapter- American Guild of Organists. A suggested donation of $20 will support the preservation of the organ.
Ezequiel Menéndez, organ Louis Hanzlik, trumpetn
Works by J.S. Bach, Astor Piazzolla, David Sampson
St. Mark's Chapel, Storrs, CT 06268

Contact: 860-429-2647 admin@st. markschapel.org
The King and The Prince Music for Organ and Trumpet The sound of the organ and trumpet conjure majestic imagery of nobler times, yet will also challenge our imagination with exotic and novel soundscapes. Ezequiel Menéndez and Louis Hanzlik perform music from Europe during the heyday of the great empires alongside contemporary compositions from the Americas, both North and South. Experience the juxtaposition of the music of J. S. Bach and Felix Mendelssohn with selections by the great Argentinean composer, Astor Piazzolla, and the award-winning American composer, David Sampson. This is the premiere concert for the rededication concert series of the recently restored organ, Brombaugh Opus 21. Support for this concert series is provided in full by the Marjorie Jolidon Fund of the Greater Hartford Chapter- American Guild of Organists. A suggested donation of $20 will support the preservation of the organ.
Ezequiel Menéndez, organ Louis Hanzlik, trumpet
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St. Mark's Chapel, Storrs CT 06268

Contact: 860-429-2647 admin@st. markschapel.org
The new season of Music for Viols and Friends begins on Friday, October 12, 2018 with a concert of chamber music from 18th-century France performed by flutists Peter H. Bloom and Na’ama Lion, viola da gambist Carol Lewis and theorbo and baroque guitar player Olav Chris Henriksen. The quartet will play a variety of chamber works unique to this elegant age in French music, including pieces by Dornel, Boismortier, Jacquet de la Guerre, and Couperin, among others. The concert will take place at 8:00 pm in Lindsay Chapel, First Church in Cambridge Congregational, 11 Garden St. (entrance on Mason St.), Cambridge, MA. Admission is $25 general admission; $20 seniors, students, low income. For further information, or to receive a series brochure, call (617) 776-0692 or go to <a href="http://www.duomaresienne.com" target="_blank">www.duomaresienne.com</a>
Peter H. Bloom & Na'ama Lion, baroque flutes; Carol Lewis, viola da gamba; Olav Chris Henriksen, baroque guitar & theorbo
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Lindsay Chapel, First Church in Cambridge Congregational

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The new season of Music for Viols and Friends begins on Friday, October 12, 2018 with a concert of chamber music from 18th-century France performed by flutists Peter H. Bloom and Na’ama Lion, viola da gambist Carol Lewis and theorbo and baroque guitar player Olav Chris Henriksen. The quartet will play a variety of chamber works unique to this elegant age in French music, including pieces by Dornel, Boismortier, Jacquet de la Guerre, and Couperin, among others. The concert will take place at 8:00 pm in Lindsay Chapel, First Church in Cambridge Congregational, 11 Garden St. (entrance on Mason St.), Cambridge, MA. Admission is $25 general admission; $20 seniors, students, low income. For further information, or to receive a series brochure, call (617) 776-0692 or go to <a href=\"http://www.duomaresienne.com\" target=\"_blank\">www.duomaresienne.com</a>
Peter H. Bloom & Na'ama Lion, baroque flutes; Carol Lewis, viola da gamba; Olav Chris Henriksen, baroque guitar & theorbo
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Lindsay Chapel, First Church in Cambridge Congregational

Contact: call (617) 777-0692 or email catlines@aol.com
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Damin Spritzer, Professor of Organ at the University of Oklahoma, presents a public master class for members of Boston Organ Studio. All are invited to observe.
Boston Organ Studio
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Old West Church

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Would you like to improve your choir’s sound? Or are you a choral singer looking to improve your own tone, stamina, and range? Come to this interactive workshop on vocal technique for conductors and singers alike, and learn how targeted relaxation exercises, efficient breathing and balanced postural alignment can improve choral sound. Join Jay Lane - conductor, organist, and vocal instructor - at Church of the Advent, 30 Brimmer St., Boston, on Saturday morning, October 13th, 10:00-12:00, for this interactive workshop. A choral warmup sheet and tips on vocal health and home practice will be included. The fee is $10.00, and will be collected at the door. We ask that you register in advance so that we can prepare the correct number of handouts. Please click here to indicate your intent to attend: <a href="https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0845AEAF2FABFF2-ablended" target="_blank">https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0845AEAF2FABFF2-ablended</a>
Jay Lane
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Church of the Advent

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On Saturday, October 13th at 10am, Kerala Snyder will lead a workshop on Buxtehude performance practice. Kerala is Professor Emerita of Musicology and Affiliate Faculty of Organ, Sacred Music and Historical Keyboards at Eastman and an expert of North German and northern European Baroque music. Email vivmckay@att.net by Wednesday October 10th to sign up for a fellowship luncheon (cost $15) following the workshop.
Kerala Snyder
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United Church on the Green

All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. An afternoon of incredible jazz! Join us on Sunday, October 14 at 3pm, in the marvelous acoustics of St. John’s Church, for a foot-tapping delight. During the past 30 years, Nat Reeves has been one of the top bassists in jazz. His supportive and stimulating playing has uplifted a countless number of sessions and recording dates (most notably with the great altoists Jackie McLean and Kenny Garrett). Both as a performer and an educator, he has made a strong impact on the jazz world.
The Nat Reeves Quintet
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church, 679 Farmington Avenue

Contact: music@sjparish.net
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Hear world-renowned Nathan Laube in Concert at the Church of the Transfiguration, Orleans, MA Sunday, October 14 at 3:30PM Nathan Laube, world-renowned concert organist, Grammy award-winning artist, and Assistant Professor of Organ at the Eastman School of Music, will perform on the “overwhelmingly breathtaking” E.M. Skinner Organ at the Church of the Transfiguration, Cape Cod, MA on Sunday, October 14 at 3:30pm. One of the organ world's elite performers, Nathan Laube is known for his brilliant playing, gracious demeanor and has thrilled audiences across the United States, Europe and Asia. Tickets: 508-240-2400 churchofthetransfiguration.org $35; $30 for seniors; free for students and 18 & under
Nathan Laube
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Church of the Transfiguration
free for students and 18 and under
The new season of Early Music Afternoons begins on Sunday, October 14, 2018, with a concert of chamber music from 18th-century France performed by flutists Peter H. Bloom and Na’ama Lion, viola da gambist Carol Lewis and theorbo and baroque guitar player Olav Chris Henriksen. The quartet will play a variety of chamber works unique to this elegant age in French music, including pieces by Dornel, Boismortier, Jacquet de la Guerre, and Couperin, among others. The concert will take place at 3:00 pm at the Somerville Museum, One Westwood Road (at Central St.), Somerville, MA. Admission is $20 general admission, $15 students, seniors and low income. Ample street parking is available. An informal reception at the Museum will follow the concert. For further information and reservations, call (617) 666-9810 or go to <a href="http://www.somervillemuseum.org" target="_blank">www.somervillemuseum.org</a>.
Peter H. Bloom & Na'ama Lion, baroque flutes; Carol Lewis, viola da gamba; Olav Chris Henriksen, baroque guitar & theorbo
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Somerville Museum
children admitted free
Contact: For more information, call (617) 666-9810 or go to www.somervillemuseum.org
A concert of the 'greatest hits' of the Anglican choral tradition, and fun organ and instrumental music. This is the first is a series of four dedication events to celebrate the new Schoenstein Organ. Festive reception follows.
Choristers & Choir of the Church of the Redeemer; Stuart Forster & Michael S. Murray, Organ; Keisuke Wakao, Oboe; Hailey Fuqua, Soprano
Works by Parry, Bach, Beethoven, Balfour Gardiner, Bourgeois, Sullivan, Handel.
Church of the Redeemer

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A concert of the 'greatest hits' of the Anglican choral tradition, and fun organ and instrumental music. This is the first in a series of four dedication events to celebrate the new Schoenstein Organ. Festive reception follows.
Choristers & Choir of the Church of the Redeemer; Stuart Forster & Michael S. Murray, Organ; Keisuke Wakao, Oboe; Hailey Fuqua, Soprano
Works by Parry, Bach, Beethoven, Balfour Gardiner, Bourgeois, Sullivan, Handel.
Church of the Redeemer

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An evensong of the choral music of Stainer, Smith of Durham, Stanford and Parry. Professor Thomas Murray will play an extended prelude and concluding voluntary for this evensong. The prelude begins at 5:00pm. A festive reception follows. This is the second dedicatory event for Schoenstein Op. 172.
Thomas Murray, Stuart Forster, Michael S. Murray, The Choir of the Church of the Redeemer.
Works by Stanford, Parry, Stainer, Smith of Durham and others.
Church of the Redeemer

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Douglas Cleveland performs a recital on the C. B. Fisk organ (Op. 139) of Memorial Church, Harvard University
Douglas Cleveland
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Memorial Church, Harvard University

Contact: Carson Cooman
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Gail Archer will perform on Historic 1934 "Austin" organ works by F.Mendelssohn, M.Mussorgskiy,R.Schumann,A.Binder, L.Lewandowski, H.Adler.
Gail Archer
Works by R.Shumann, F.Mendelssohn, M.Mussorgskiy, H.Adler, L.Lewandowski, A.Binder
Congregation Beth Israel

Contact: Natalia Ulyanovsky (860)995-8711; n.ulyanovsky@gmail.com
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Lift Every Voice - Finding Community Through Song. Don't miss this ecumenical hymn festival featuring musicians of the Merrimack Valley and beyond. Led by Cathy Meyer, South Church's new Minister of Music on the Bozeman organ and Steinway concert grand pianos. A combined choir will meet at 1:30PM to rehearse an anthem for the event. To join the chorus or to bring your own chorus to sing an anthem based on a hymn tune or text, email cathy@southchurch.com. A reception will follow. Free admission; an offering will be taken to benefit those affected by the gas explosions through the Essex County Community Fund. Accessible entrances (with elevator leading to the sanctuary) can be found on the sides of the building, off the parking lots.
South Church of Andover, UCC with area musicians
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South Church of Andover

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Jack Beal, contrabass; Ann Carroll Bundy, flute; Tom Gero, guitar; Ciarán Murphy, cello, drums; Jill Gaudet, flute; Bill Hoke, clarinet; Rob Hammerton, bass guitar, vocals, piano; Tricia O' Reilly, vocals; Leslie Bell, flute, vocals; Kevin Francis Murphy, piano, organ and Heather Josselyn Cranson, piano will present the Connexions Concert I of the 2018-2019 season. The event will feature works by Benedetto Marcello, Jack Beal, Kevin Francis Murphy, George Benson, Georg Gondelman, Alfredo Casella, Francesco Geminiani, Paul Lacome and others. The selections will present a wide assortment of various styles including classical, sacred, folk, rock and popular. Of particular interest will be the "Pagine di guerra" of Casella, a piece that commemorates the Armistice of World War One, the centennial of which we celebrate next month. The Connexions concerts at Sudbury United Methodist showcase the various talents of church members and guest artists who come to share their music.
members and friends of Sudbury United Methodist Church
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Sudbury United Methodist Church

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Pipescreams! is Friday, October 26, 7:30 p.m. Hear the celebrated St. John’s Austin organ played by a stunning cast of costumed players in this spooktacular concert. The music will be kooky, creepy, dramatic, doleful – featuring old favorites as well as some pieces you may not have heard before. Reception with ghoulish treats follows the concert. Fun for all ages. Don’t miss it! Co-sponsored by the Greater Hartford Chapter, American Guild of Organists.
Various local Organists
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: music@sjparish.net
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Hector Olivera is one of the most sought after international concert organists. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He began playing the pipe organ when he was three years of age. At age five, he played for Eva Peron. At twelve, he entered the University of Buenos Aires. And, by eighteen, had performed for heads of state and celebrities throughout Latin America. Ticket revenue from this event will be added to our Scholarship Fund, to help the Music hall Board of Trustees to annually award scholarships to graduating high school students who plan to pursue a degree in a music-related field.
Hector Olivera
Works by Bedard, Vierne, Bach, Piazella, and Guilmant; with improvisations by Hector
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
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To inaugurate the new Schoenstein organ at the Church of the Redeemer, Ken Cowan will play works by Bach, Widor, Mulet, Saint-Saëns, Karg-Elert, Laurin, and Wagner. A festive reception follows.
Ken Cowan
Works by Bach, Widor, Mulet, Saint-Saëns, Karg-Elert, Laurin, and Wagner.
Church of the Redeemer

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Sing-along with Dan Schutte, the composer of “Here I Am Lord,” “City of God,” “Mass of Christ the Savior,” and much more, in concert on Friday, October 26, at 7:30 in St. Catherine of Siena Church, West Simsbury, CT. Dan will also lead a workshop for Choir members (and those who would like to be choir members) on Saturday, October 27, from 9-Noon, also at St. Catherine. The event is sponsored by NPM (National Pastoral Musicians)-Hartford Chapter. There is a suggested minimum donation of $10 per person, $25 per family for the concert. The Workshop requires membership in NPM-Hartford $20 per person or $100 per parish, plus $5 per person. For more information email szybert.music@gmail.com or call 860-217-0600.
Dan Schutte
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St. Catherine of Siena,
$25 per family
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An interactive discussion on the design and building of the new organ for the Church of the Redeemer by Schoenstein's President and Tonal Director, Jack M. Bethards. Michael S. Murray will improvise demonstrations of the instrument. A reception follows.
Jack Bethards, Michael S. Murray
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Church of the Redeemer

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acc. by Bernie Anderson at the Wurlitzer
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Zeiterion Theatre

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All events are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the last Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on October 28 at 5:00, with music by the St. John’s Schola; Scott Lamlein, choirmaster. What is Choral Evensong? “Evensong … is a very tiny fragment of something else: it is a fragment of the worship which is offered to God by Christian people every hour in every part of the world. When you come to Evensong here it is as if you were dropping in on a conversation already in progress — a conversation between God and people which began long before you were born and will go on long after you are dead.” Why celebrate Evensong? Evensong offers to us the opportunity to gather and spend time in prayer while listening and participating in music that is especially selected to bring us into
St. John's Schola; Scott Damlein, Choirmaster
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church, 679 Farmington Avenue

Contact: music@sjparish.net
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acc. by Bernie Anderson at the Wurlitzer
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Knight Auditorium, Babson College
$5 for age 18 & under
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A concert of Spooky Organ music hosted by the Tabernacle Church in downtown Salem Mass. Family friendly event with organ demonstrations at 4pm and 5pm with a concert at 6pm. Fun for all!
Brink Bush, Frank Corbin, Gigi Mitchell Velasco, Kyle Bertulli and Mary Jodice
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The Tabernacle Church

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Mark Dyer plays Bach, Sowerby, Franck, Handel, and Whitlock on the beautiful Hook & Hastings (1902), Opus 1833 at St. John's Seminary in Brighton — restored by the Andover Organ Company in 2015. Funds benefit the Cathedral's 1875 E&GG Hook, Opus 801 organ
Mark Dwyer
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Saint John's Seminary

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James Kennerley will provide a thrilling improvised soundtrack to the classic 1922 horror film Nosferatu. The Film: German Expressionist film Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror. Released in 1922 as the first film adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula (with names changed due to studio copyright issues), Nosferatu is as haunting as they come and is still recognized today as one of the most chilling vampire films of all time. In this highly influential silent horror film, the mysterious Count Orlok (Max Schreck) summons Thomas Hutter (Gustav von Wangenheim) to his remote Transylvanian castle in the mountains. The eerie Orlok seeks to buy a house near Hutter and his wife, Ellen (Greta A Schroeder). After Orlok reveals his vampire nature, Hutter struggles to escape the castle, knowing that Ellen is in grave danger. Meanwhile Orlok's servant, Knock (Alexander Granach), prepares for his master to arrive at his home.
James Kennerley
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Merrill Auditorium
Students 15, 12 and under free.
Contact: porttix.com
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Come and enjoy fellowship with light refreshments before settling in for a performance of French organ music presented by Robert Potterton III, followed by a short traditional end-of-day worship led by our Parish Choir.
Robert Potterton III and the Christ Church Choir
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Christ Church (Episcopal)

Contact: 978-342-0007
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Jonathan Ryan in Concert Friday November 9th, 7:30 PM St. Joseph’s Church 1382 Highland Ave, Needham, MA 02492 Pre-concert Dinner 6:00 PM Linse Room, Lower Level of the Church Experience Jonathan Ryan in Concert! He is a multi-prize winning classical musician. Lauded for his strong communicative skills in a variety of styles, exceptional use of the instrument’s capabilities, and bold programming, he has emerged as one of North America’s premier young concert artists. With a repertoire spanning the 16th- to 21st-centuries, he has performed at celebrated venues, festivals, and conventions throughout the North America and Europe. Mr. Ryan will be playing a diverse program of music, from the Renaissance to the modern day. . Prior to the program, AGO Members are invited to a pre-concert dinner, beginning at 6:00 PM. The cost is $15 cash or check payable to Boston Chapter AGO at the door. Reservations deadline is Tuesday, November 6th. To view the concert program,
Jonathan Ryan
Works by St Joseph Parish
Dinner is $15 payable at door; reservati
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Cuatro Puntos presents Celebrating Greater Hartford!- A concert including the debut of the Music Moves Hartford Downtown Singers, a choir for soup kitchen patrons,and new music for strings written for the occasion by the late composer and Hartt School professor David Macbride. At the beginning of 2018 Cuatro Puntos and Christ Church Cathedral partnered to form Music Moves Hartford- a choral program designed to serve the residents of downtown Hartford. Under the direction of music director Dianne Rechel, It operates weekly out of the Hands on Hartford MANNA soup kitchen at Christ Church Cathedral. The soup kitchen patrons have a weekly opportunity to express themselves musically through song and the use of percussion instruments. The program includes music for strings written by Aleksandra Vrebalov and the David Macbride. Composer, educator and musician David Macbride was an avid supporter of the arts throughout Greater Hartford. Macbride and the resident musicians of Cuatro Pu
Downtown Singers and Cuatro Puntos
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Christ Church Cathedral

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Encounters with the divine explored in choral works by Vaughan Williams, Frank Ferko, Christina Whitten Thomas, Victoria, Schumann, Poulenc and more.
Seraphim Singers
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Eliot Church
in advance, $22/$15
Contact: info@seraphimsingers.org
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Featuring: Mass for Two Organs and Two Choirs, Op. 36 by Charles-Marie Widor Johann Vexo, Grand Orgue Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez, Choeur Orgue Cathedral of Saint Joseph Schola Cantorum; Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus, under the direction of Dr. Gabriel Löfvall
Johann Vexo
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St. Joseph Cathedral

Contact: Ezequiel Menendez
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Encounters with the divine explored in choral works by Vaughan Williams, Frank Ferko, Christina Whitten Thomas, Victoria, Schumann, Poulenc and more.
Seraphim Singers
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First Church (Congregational)
in advance, $22/$15
Contact: info@seraphimsingers.org
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The Choir of Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church and an instrumental ensemble, conducted by Dan McKinley, will present the Luigi Cherubini Requiem in C Minor as the service music for the annual All Souls Eucharist. Reception afterward.
Choir of Christ the Redeemer; Daniel McKinley, Minister of Music/Organist & Choirmaster
Works by Cherubini
Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church

Contact: Dan McKinley
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Members of Boston Organ Studio perform varied repertoire on the famous C.B. Fisk organ in Old West Church. All are invited; Free admission.
Members of Boston Organ Studio
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Old West Church

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"Israel in Egypt", the drama of the exciting story of the Hebrew escape from slavery in Egypt. is enhance by frequent use of double choruses in painting the fright of various plagues as well asin fervent songs of victory and of praise for the glorious triumph of their Lord.
Dr. Robert P. Eaton/ Assabet Valley Mastersingers
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Congregation B'Nai Shalom
Active Duty Military and all veterans wi
Contact: Alene Cole 978-562-9838
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Jonathan Ortloff at the Wurlitzer
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Shanklin Music Hall
$15 for age 18 & under
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Please join us as we begin the fourth season of our Sacred Music Series with a special Thursday night presentation on November 15th at 7:30pm. Nationally renowned Catholic musician Michael Olbash will be joined by our music director Marc DeMille in presenting our second annual Music for All Souls program. Featuring hymns, chants, psalms, vocal and organ solos, it is intended to be an hour of musical prayer for the souls of our beloved deceased, and there will be an opportunity to add the name of a loved one whom you've lost to a list that will be read that evening. As always, admission is free and families are welcome. Donations will be accepted at the door. St. John's is located at 80 Union St. (Routes 62 and 70) in Clinton and is ramp accessible. We hope to see you for what promises to be a beautiful evening.
Michael Olbash, organist and Marc DeMille, vocalist
Works by Bach, Brahms, Near, Vaughan Williams, Willan, Gregorian chant, improvisation
St. John the Guardian of Our Lady Parish

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Please join us as we begin the fourth season of our Sacred Music Series with a special Thursday night presentation on November 15th at 7:30pm. Nationally renowned Catholic musician Michael Olbash will be joined by our music director Marc DeMille in presenting our second annual Music for All Souls program. Featuring hymns, chants, psalms, vocal and organ solos, it is intended to be an hour of musical prayer for the souls of our beloved deceased, and there will be an opportunity to add the name of a loved one whom you've lost to a list that will be read that evening. As always, admission is free and families are welcome. Donations will be accepted at the door. St. John's is located at 80 Union St. (Routes 62 and 70) in Clinton and is ramp accessible. We hope to see you for what promises to be a beautiful evening.
Michael Olbash, organist and Marc DeMille, vocalist
Works by Bach, Brahms, Near, Vaughan Williams, Willan, Gregorian chant, improvisation
St. John the Guardian of Our Lady Parish

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The Bach Project at Ashmont Hill Chamber Music is delighted to announce its second season of concerts after its sold-out debut in 2017. Under the direction of Andrew Sheranian, this ensemble of professional singers and instrumentalists, drawn from the Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, Emmanuel Music, Trinity Church in Copley Square, and the Church of the Advent, will perform organ, instrumental, and choral music of Johann Sebastian Bach. They will be joined by the All Saints' Boys Choir. Program Choral, orchestral, and organ works, including BWV 159 Anh. Motet: Ich lasse dich nicht BWV 1056: Violin Concerto in G minor BWV 548: Fugue in E minor “The Wedge” BWV 234. Mass in A major
The Bach Project at Ashmont Hill Chamber Music
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The Parish of All Saints - Ashmont

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What is a toccata? It’s known as a musical composition for a keyboard instrument designed to exhibit the performer’s touch and technique. This wonderfully loose definition has inspired composers to “touch the organ” and create the compositions represented in this historical survey of organ works from the Renaissance to the modern era. Wrap up your Thanksgiving weekend, as organist Heinrich Christensen performs on King’s Chapel renowned C.B. Fisk organ in the historic, 18th-century sanctuary. This one-hour program includes works by Bach, Bélier, Bernstein, Dubois, Frescobaldi, Muffat, Pachelbel, Pinkham, Sark, Shlominski, Sweelinck, Vierne, Widor, and Woodman. Tickets ordered in advance online: $15, $10 (students & seniors) Tickets at the door: $20, $15 (students & seniors) To purchase online, visit brownpapertickets.com and search for King's Chapel. Validated concert parking available at One Beacon Street Garage. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.
Heinrich Christensen
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King's Chapel
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The Annual Advent Lessons and Carols on the First Sunday of Advent includes scripture readings (lessons) and hymns and choral works (carols) for the season, with prayers and the lighting of the Advent wreath. All are welcome to this service of Christian worship. A free-will offering will be received to benefit the Music at Trinity series.
Trinity Choir and Cantor Mark Mummert, organist and conductor
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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All events are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. An amazing start to the Advent season – arrive early to get a good seat! In the tradition of King’s College, Cambridge, prepare your soul for the Christmas miracle with carols for choir and organ. This event is a long-standing tradition at St. John’s – a “must” to center your soul during the Advent season. Sunday, December 9 at 3:00pm. The St. John’s Adult and Youth Choirs; Scott Lamlein, choirmaster; Floyd Higgins, organist
St. John's Youth and Adult Choirs; Scott Lamlein, Choirmaster; Floyd Higgins, Organist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church, 679 Farmington Avenue

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7 Bible readings followed by 7 anthems plus advent hymns. Composers include: Philip Ledger, Elizabeth Poston, Orlando Gibbons,Edgar Bainton, among others. Candlelight reception to follow in the Parish Hall. Erica Johnson, guest organist
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

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Members of Boston Organ Studio perform varied repertoire on the famous C.B. Fisk organ in Old West Church. All are invited; Free admission.
Members of Boston Organ Studio
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James Kennerley continues a beloved holiday tradition by celebrating the season in grand style with music on the Kotzschmar Organ. The program will include a variety of holiday classics, from traditional carols to modern favorites.  There is always the possibility of some new organ transcriptions or even new compositions from Mr. Kennerley. The festive sounds of the Kotzschmar Brass, the beautiful voices of the ChoralArt Singers, and by a special guest vocal soloist will join the organ for a vibrant celebration of the holiday season. This is a holiday tradition that is not to be missed.
James Kennerley, ChoralArt Singers, Kotzschmar Festival Brass
Works by Merrill Auditorium
Reserved seating, 12 and under free
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The seasonal splendor of the Glory of Christmas . . .<br> begins with the traditional holiday processional: Adeste Fidelis (O Come All Ye Faithful)--first a single soprano begins processing quietly, followed by the glorious pageantry of the festive choral processional joined by the congregation, pipe organ, and timpani. <br><br>Through a creative blend of congregational Christmas carols, solos, instruments, with the spoken word, the nativity story unfolds with colorful wonder. Both scriptures and contemporary readings recount the Christmas Story. <br>Our renowned Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ pulls out all the stops to fill our wonderfully restored sanctuary with the glorious sounds of Angels, Wisemen, and Shepherds.<br> We end the service with John Rutter's traditional Candlelight Carol and Silent Night as the single candle of the Spirit of Christmas is passed from one to another to fill our hearts with a renewed light of hope and peace.<br> see www.FirstUMusic.com for repertoire
Will Sherwood, First Unitarian Festival Choir, instruments, soloists, timpani
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First Unitarian Church

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Back by popular demand, the Pipes Alive! series continues with Diana Chou playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, January 6 at 12:30 p.m. Diana is a Yale Graduate Student and Organ Scholar, St. Paul’s-on-the-Green, Norwalk. Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John’s magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the first Sunday of the month, January through June, 12:30 p.m. with regional organists. Free!
Diana Chou
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Luke Staisiunas at the Wurlitzer
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Knight Auditorium, Babson College
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. For more than three decades, the New World Trio has brought the excitement and intimacy of chamber music to live audiences throughout New England. Founded in 1985 by violinist Anhared Stowe, New World provides a unique experience for music lovers with its mix of both standard repertoire and contemporary works. With each performance, New World brings new vitality to established masterworks; these are paired with contemporary pieces, with each complementing the other in depth and beauty. “…New World has been (Hartford’s) one reliable source of chamber music since its founding…” says the Hartford Courant
New World Trio
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the last Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on January 27 at 5:00, with music by the St. John’s Youth Choir; Scott Lamlein, choirmaster. What is Choral Evensong? “Evensong … is a very tiny fragment of something else: it is a fragment of the worship which is offered to God by Christian people every hour in every part of the world. When you come to Evensong here it is as if you were dropping in on a conversation already in progress — a conversation between God and people which began long before you were born and will go on long after you are dead.” Why celebrate Evensong? Evensong offers to us the opportunity to gather and spend time in prayer while listening and participating in music that is especially selected to bring
St. John's Youth Choir; Scott Lamlein, Choirmaster
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Back by popular demand, the Pipes Alive! series continues with Kyle Swann playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, February 3 at 12:30 p.m. Kyle is organist and choirmaster at Grace Episcopal Church, Hartford. Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John’s magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the first Sunday of the month, January through June, 12:30 p.m. with regional organists. Free!
Kyle Swann, Organist
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Full of famous choruses – such as the great Hallelujah – and based on Italian folk songs and carols, Handel’s Messiah tells a story of wonder and triumph. Experience this timeless masterwork in its earliest version, as conceived by artistic director Mark Bailey, on Saturday, February 9th at 7:30pm. Snow date: February 16th, 7:30pm
American Baroque Orchestra and Singers
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All events are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the last Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on February 24 at 5:00, with music by the Choir School of Hartford, and the Trinity Church Choir; Jackson Merrill, choirmaster. What is Choral Evensong? “Evensong … is a very tiny fragment of something else: it is a fragment of the worship which is offered to God by Christian people every hour in every part of the world. When you come to Evensong here it is as if you were dropping in on a conversation already in progress — a conversation between God and people which began long before you were born and will go on long after you are dead.” Why celebrate Evensong? Evensong offers to us the opportunity to gather and spend time in prayer while listening and participating in music that i
Choir School of Hartford and Trinity Church Choir; Jackson Merrill, Choirmaster
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Back by popular demand, the Pipes Alive! series continues with Nathan Lively playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, March 3 at 12:30 p.m. Nathan is organist and choirmaster at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Washington Depot. Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John’s magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the first Sunday of the month, January through June, 12:30 p.m. with regional organists. Free!
Nathan Lively, Organist
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San Francisco's Jonathan Dimmock plays an organ recital of diverse works to kick-off the 50th anniversary celebration of the installation of the Noack Organ Company's Opus 40 tracker organ. All are welcome. A free-will donation will be received to benefit the Music at Trinity series. a birthday reception and a chance to greet the artist will follow the concert in Jeppson Hall.
Jonathan Dimmock
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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Members of Boston Organ Studio perform varied repertoire on the famous C.B. Fisk organ in Old West Church. All are invited; Free admission.
Members of Boston Organ Studio
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Old West Church

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. The sacred Celtic tradition is a flame that ignites the imagination with captivating melodies and entrancing poetry. CitySingers of Hartford will explore this tradition and trace its evolution from ancient roots in concert on Saturday, March 9 at 4pm. Our musical journey will inspire our listeners with verse that reflects the Celtic spirit, and musical expression in chant, beautiful folk melodies and compositions by celebrated composers such as Turlough O’Carolan, Sean O’Riada, and Michael McGlynn. CitySingers will be joined by Celtic musicians known throughout our region, who will add traditional color and style to the music with Irish harp, wooden flute, fiddle, mandolin, concertina, bodhran and double bass, along with pipe organ and highland pipes. Suzanne Gates, artistic director.
CitySingers of Hartford; Suzanne Gates, Artistic Director
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Peter Niedmann, prize winner AGO National Improvisation Competition. Music of Bach, Vierne, Wammes, and more.
Peter Niedmann, Organist
Works by Bach, Vierne, Wammes, more
Church of Christ, Congregational

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A fast-rising star on the international stage, Benjamin Alard has been hailed for his “intellectual mastery” (The Globe and Mail) in his performances of Johann Sebastian Bach’s music. Join him in his BEMF concert series début in a journey through the great master’s music for harpsichord and organ. Before settling in Leipzig, Bach spent much of his early life traveling across Germany, gaining fame for his virtuosic keyboard playing. Bach immersed himself in the local German styles but just as eagerly exposed himself to music from Italy, France, and England. Experience the vivid contrasts of a youthful Bach’s intense keyboard writing, at turns electrifying and serene, as he explored (and often tried to surpass) these diverse influences. Pre-Concert Talk at 7pm. <a href="http://www.bemf.org/pages/concerts/18-19/alard.htm" target="_blank">http://www.bemf.org/pages/concerts/18-19/alard.htm</a>
Benjamin Alard
Works by J.S. Bach
First Lutheran Church

Contact: 617-661-1812
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Portland’s Municipal Organist, James Kennerley performs Bach on the Kotzschmar Organ! Johann Sebastian Bach was born in March of 1685. Come and join us as we celebrate the musical legacy of this prolific composer who has created some truly spectacular music, especially for the pipe organ.
James Kennerley
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Merrill Auditorium
Students $15, 12 and under free
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. The Duruflé Requiem has firmly obtained its place in the choral canon after that of Gabriel Fauré, which was performed as part of this series last season. The composer based his work on the Gregorian chants for the Mass of the Dead. It is truly a quintessential reflection of early 20th century Parisian liturgical musical culture. The St. John’s 40-voice choir of children and adults joins forces with Hartford’s favorite organist, Larry Allen, along with trumpet and timpani, in this sublime performance, on Saturday, March 23 at 3pm.
St. John's Choir; Scott Lamlein, Choirmaster; Larry Allen, Organist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. For more than three decades, the New World Trio has brought the excitement and intimacy of chamber music to live audiences throughout New England. Founded in 1985 by violinist Anhared Stowe, New World provides a unique experience for music lovers with its mix of both standard repertoire and contemporary works. With each performance, New World brings new vitality to established masterworks; these are paired with contemporary pieces, with each complementing the other in depth and beauty. “…New World has been (Hartford’s) one reliable source of chamber music since its founding…” says the Hartford Courant.
New World Trio
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Worcester's own Sean Redrow presents an organ recital of diverse works to conclude the month long 50th anniversary celebration of the installation of the Noack Organ Company's Opus 40. All are welcome. A free-will donation will be received to benefit the Music at Trinity series. A reception to greet the artist will follow the concert in Jeppson Hall.
Sean Redrow
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Back by popular demand, the Pipes Alive! series continues with Scott Lamlein playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, April 7 at 12:30 p.m. Scott is Director of Music and Organist at St. John’s Episcopal Church, West Hartford, and Artistic Director of its Music at the Red Door concert series. Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John’s magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the first Sunday of the month, January through June, 12:30 p.m. with regional organists. Free!
Scott Lamlein, Organist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Church

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Music at Trinity presents the annual Passion presentation with James MacMillan's St. Luke Passion. The 75-minute work for chorus, children's chorus, organ, and orchestra will be a joint effort between WPI and Trinity Church. All are welcome. A free-will donation will be received to cover the cost of this large passion project. As the work is not suitable for small children, child care will be available.
Trinity Choir, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Festival Chorus, Worcester Children's Chorus, Mark Mummert, Organ, Joshua Rohde, Conducting
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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Members of Boston Organ Studio perform varied repertoire on the famous C.B. Fisk organ in Old West Church. All are invited; Free admission.
Members of Boston Organ Studio
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Old West Church

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Thomas Sheehan and Carson Cooman perform a Holy Week recital of improvisations on the Fourteen Stations of the Cross using the Skinner and Fisk organs of Memorial Church, Harvard University
Thomas Sheehan and Carson Cooman
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Memorial Church, Harvard University

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Sunday Baroque host and flutist Suzanne Bona, along with pianist and internationally recognized music educator Brenda Moore Miller, will perform a varied program of music for flute and piano on Saturday, April 27 at 3pm. Sunday Baroque began in September of 1987 as a local, 90-minute radio show hosted by Fairfield, CT native Suzanne Bona. It has since grown into the enormously popular, 6-hour program that airs every Sunday on WSHU…and which is distributed to 170 stations across the country and heard by more than a quarter million listeners nationwide.
Suzanne Bona and Brenda Miller
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the last Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on April 28 at 5:00, with music by the Trinity Boys Choir, from Trinity-on-the-Green, New Haven; Walden Moore, choirmaster. What is Choral Evensong? “Evensong … is a very tiny fragment of something else: it is a fragment of the worship which is offered to God by Christian people every hour in every part of the world. When you come to Evensong here it is as if you were dropping in on a conversation already in progress — a conversation between God and people which began long before you were born and will go on long after you are dead.” Why celebrate Evensong? Evensong offers to us the opportunity to gather and spend time in prayer while listening and participating in music that is
Trinity Boys Choir from Trinity on the Green, New Haven; Walden Moore, Choirmaster
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Phil Kelsall at the Wurlitzer
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Knight Auditorium, Babson College
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Back by popular demand, the Pipes Alive! series continues with Jackson Merrill playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, May 5 at 12:30 p.m. Jackson is organist and choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Church, Hartford. Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John’s magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the first Sunday of the month, January through June, 12:30 p.m. with regional organists. Free!
Jackson Merrill, Organist
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Carson Cooman performs a recital of contemporary organ music by Thomas Åberg, Burkhard Mohr; premieres of new works by Flemming Chr. Hansen and Lynn Trapp; and a performance in honor of Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) of Andreas Willscher's Organ Symphony No. 1, "Gravestones."
Carson Cooman
Works by Thomas Åberg, Burkhard Mohr, Flemming Chr. Hansen, Lynn Trapp, Andreas Willscher
Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Phil Kelsall at the Wurlitzer
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Shanklin Music Hall
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Yale University's brilliant young organist Nathaniel Gumbs plays an organ recital of diverse works on Trinity's Noack organ.
Nathaniel Gumbs
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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Members of Boston Organ Studio perform varied repertoire on the famous C.B. Fisk organ in Old West Church. All are invited; Free admission.
Members of Boston Organ Studio
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Old West Church

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Thomas Sheehan performs a recital on the Skinner and Fisk organs of Memorial Church, Harvard University
Thomas Sheehan
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Memorial Church, Harvard University

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org</a>. Back by popular demand, the Pipes Alive! series continues with Christa Rakich playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, June 2 at 12:30 p.m. Christa Rakich, Organ Artist-in-Residence at St. John’s, West Hartford, recently retired from a position as Music Director at St. Mark the Evangelist Church in West Hartford. She lives in Bloomfield and maintains an active career as a performer and recording artist. She has served on the faculties of Westminster Choir College, Brandeis University, New England Conservatory, and the University of Connecticut, and as Assistant University Organist at Harvard. Previous Artist-in-Residencies have included the University of Pennsylvania and First Lutheran Church in Boston. As a Fulbright Scholar, Christa studied for two years with Anton Heiller at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienn
Christa Rakich, Organist
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