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works of Bach, Mozart, Faure, Franck, Berlioz, Debussy, Saint-Saens, Mendelssohn
Francis Bardot, Director
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St. Joseph Church

Contact: Holy Family Parish 508-754-6722
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Works by Saint-Saens, Jordan Tucker, Rheinberger, Manari, Vierne and Laurin. A graduate of Oberlin, in 2015, Ms. Gardner is a MM student in organ performance at Baylor University, studying with Isabelle Demers.
Jillian Gardner, organ (Lee Center, NY, and Waco, TX)
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Adults: $12; Children: $5.00
Contact: Methuenorganconcerts@gmail.com
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Works by Saint-Saens, Jordan Tucker, Rheinberger, Manari, Vierne and Laurin. A graduate of Oberlin, in 2015, Ms. Gardner is a MM student in organ performance at Baylor University, studying with Isabelle Demers.
Jillian Gardner, organ (Lee Center, NY, and Waco, TX)
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Adults: $12; Children: $5.00
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Perfroming works by Bach, Fauré, Mozart, Franck, Berlioz, Debussey, Pergolese, Saint-Saëns, Mendelssohn Admission is free | Donations gratefully accepted
Jeune Choeur d’Ile de France (Youth Choir of Greater Paris) Francis Bardot, Director
Works by Bach, Fauré, Mozart, Franck, Berlioz, Debussey, Pergolese, Saint-Saëns, Mendelssohn
St. Cecilia Church

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The Greater Hartford Chapter will host a Pipe Organ Encounter (POE) at Trinity College from July 16-21, 2017. POEs have been wildly successful in attracting and retaining talented young musicians

Works by
Trinity College

a one hour free organ recital by the organist of the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Matteo Imbruno
Works by
Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - COllege of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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a one hour free organ recital by the organist of the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Matteo Imbruno
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Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - College of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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a one hour free organ recital by the organist of the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Matteo Imbruno
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Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - College of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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Leo Abbott is a graduate of the St. Paul Choir School, Cambridge, and the Chaloff School of Music, Boston. His teachers include Theodore Marier, George Faxon, Clarence Watters, and Flor Peeters in organ; Naji Hakim in improvisation; and Julius Chaloff in piano. He holds the Fellowship and Choirmaster certificates of the American Guild of Organists (AGO), has won first prize in several international and national competitions, and was a finalist at the Grand Prix de Chartres in 1984. In 1986, Leo was appointed music director and organist of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Boston. Mr. Abbott has performed throughout the United States and in France, Belgium, and Ireland, and for conventions of the AGO and the Organ Historical Society. He is an active member of the AGO, the Organ Historical Society, and the Conference of Roman Catholic Cathedral Musician. In 2010, he performed at Notre-Dame and Saint-Sulpice, Paris.
Leo Abbott
Works by Walther: Concerto in B minor, LV 133... JS Bach: Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele, "Leipzig")... Mendelssohn: Prelude&Fugue in G, Op. 37/2... Reger: Phantasie "Hallelujah! Gott zu loben", Op. 52/3... Karg-Elert: Pastel, Op. 92/3... Jongen: – Chant de M
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Adults: $12; Children: $5
Contact: MethuenOrganConcerts@gmail.com
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Harpsichordist Frances Conover Fitch peforms on the new Jeremy Adams French double-manual (after Blanchet) and veteran BSO cellist Jonatham Miller plays his ca. 1700 Gofriller cello (once owned by Paganini). Works of Vivaldi, Bach, and Scarlatii. http://<a href="http://www.MusicAnnisquamVillageChurch.org" target="_blank">www.MusicAnnisquamVillageChurch.org</a>
Jonathan Miller, Cello ; Frances Conover Fitch, Harpsichord
Works by Vivaldi, Scarlatti, J. S. Bach
Annisquam Village Church
Tickets at the door or in advance at The
Contact: Annisquam Village Church, Gloucester, MA 01930 Kathleen Adams 978.283.6416
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Harpsichordist Janet Hunt performs works by Philips, Byrd, Anonymous, Farnaby, and Howells as part of Early Music Academy Boston's week-long celebration of sacred English Renaissance music.
Janet Hunt
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Saint John's Seminary Chapel
Proceeds benefit EMA Boston scholarship
Contact: office@earlymusicacademyboston.org
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Dr. Daniel Davidson Eaton
Works by Buxtehude, Bach, Mendelssohn, Reger
The First Church of Christ, Scientist (The Mother Church)

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Monica Czausz kicks off Orgelfest17 Kotzschmar Organ Summer Series. She has been recognized by The Diapason as one of top 20 organists under 30 for her “superior accomplishments, leadership, creativity, and innovative thinking.” Pre-concert Kotzschmar Konversation at 6:30pm in Merrill Auditorium’s Rehearsal Room. Concert at 7:30pm. Kids 12 and under Free!
Monica Czausz
Works by Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Weaver, Laurin, Ireland, Paulus, Vierne, Reger
Merrill Auditorium
Admission $15, Seniors $13, Students $10
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James Jordan and David Chalmers
Works by Bach, Vierne, Sowerby
Church of the Transfiguration
free for students and 18 & under
Contact: 508-240-2400

James Jordan and David Chalmers
Works by Bach, Vierne, Sowerby
Church of the Transfiguration
free for students and 18 & under
Contact: 508-240-2400
Principal Tabernacle Organist Richard Elliott at the Mormon Tabernacle comes to play the Kotzschmar! Highlight of the program is 'Pictures at an Exhibition' by Modest Mussorgsky. Pre-concert Kotzschmar Konversation at 6:30pm in Merrill Auditorium’s Rehearsal Room. Concert at 7:30pm.
Richard Elliott
Works by Bach, Mussorgsky, Mushel, Jenkins, Schreiner, Gershwin, Cundick
Merrill Auditorium
Admission $15, Seniors $13, Students $10
Contact: www.porttix.com
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist hosts these noontime concerts. The organ you will hear is built by the Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company of Boston at The Mother Church and is one of the largest in the world with a total of 13,384 pipes, ranging from the size of a pencil to 32 feet in length. It is played from the four-manual console located in front of the platform. The Church hosts regular organ concerts (Pipes on the Plaza) in the Extension throughout the year by accomplished organists from the Boston area, including Bryan Ashley, Organist of The Mother Church.
David Danielson Eaton
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist

Contact: Karen McCoy
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Celebrate the Kotzschmar Organ with a day of free concerts and tours! Have you ever walked through an organ before? Now's your chance! Tour the Kotzschmar Organ, learn how an organ works, and hear local organists. Free of charge! Full details on tour times and organists on our website. 10am-4pm. Come for one of the scheduled tours and hear Maine organists play the Kotzschmar! Tours: 12:30pm and 4pm, no reservations required, just show up! A free event – donations greatly appreciated
Maine Organists
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Merrill Auditorium

Contact: info@foko.org
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Theater organist Nathan Avakian brings his creative talent to the Kotzschmar Organ in a multi-media concert. Pre-concert Kotzschmar Konversation at 6:30pm in Merrill Auditorium’s Rehearsal Room. Concert at 7:30pm. Kids 12 and under Free!
Nathan Avakian
Works by Madden Brothers, Brubeck, A.R. Rahman, O'Neill and Kinkel, Avakian, Bull/Ellsasser, Freddie Mercury and Brian May
Merrill Auditorium
Admission $15, Seniors $13, Students $10
Contact: www.porttix.com/kotzschmar-organ
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Beverly and Andrew Soll complete the Annisquam Village Church 2017 Concert Series on Sunday, August 20th at 8 PM with repertoire that ranges from the exquisitely delicate to “pull-out-all-the-stops” fiery and bold in concert on the three Adams instruments at the Village Church. Listeners who admired instruments at the recent Cape Ann Museum exhibition "Voicing the Woods: Jeremy Adams, Instrument Builder" (demonstrated there by Kevin Birch, Frances Conover Fitch, and John Skelton) can hear the builder's 13-stop Gallery Organ which, of course, could not be moved to the museum for the exhibit. In addition, the two-manual Flemish harpsichord (to be played by Beverly Soll) and the highly resonant chamber organ (on the church’s altar and in Andy Soll’s hands ) will change up the spectrum of sound in the ideal acoustics of the 1820's sanctuary. A violin and viola join the ensemble on a Mozart sonata in this eclectic, imaginative program from Byrd to Bjornboe, from Sweelinck to Str
Andrew Soll, Organist; Beverly Soll, Harpsichordist
Works by Buxtehude, Sweelinck, Couperin, Farnaby, Byrd, Purcell, Handel, Zipoli, Camidge, Mozart, Hovhaness, Soulima Stravinsky, Martinu, Hindemith, Bjornboe, Bac
The Annisquam Village Church

Contact: Annisquam Village Church, Gloucester, MA 01930 Kathleen Adams 978.283.6416
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On August 20 at 8 PM, Andrew and Beverly Soll celebrate the “Wood, Wire, and Wind” of the three Jeremy Adams instruments at the Annisquam Village Church. Andrew Soll will play both the chamber and gallery organs and Beverly Soll will take on the harpsichord, demonstrating the versatility and singularity of these instruments in a program of classical solos and duos from the works of Bach, Mozart, Sweelinck, Hindemith, and Handel. A reception follows. AnnisquamVillageChurch.org KathleenAdamsMusic@gmail.com FaceBook.com/MusicAnnisquamVillageChurch
Andrew Soll, Beverly Soll
Works by Bach, Mozart, Sweelinck, Hindemith, and Handel
Annisquam Village Church

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Portland’s very own Municipal Organist, Ray Cornils, wraps up the Orgelfest17 summer series with the help of Kotzschmar Festival Brass! Pre-concert Kotzschmar Konversation at 6:30pm in Merrill Auditorium. Concert at 7:30pm. Kids 12 and under Free!
Ray Cornils
Works by Gabrieli, Handel, Bach, von Paradis, Guilmant, Franck, Dvořák, Greer, Weaver, Strauss
Merrill Auditorium
Admission $20, Seniors $18, Students $10
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3 Keyboardists play works from Sweelinck to Schubert.
Jackie Nappi, Stephen Gamboa, Christa Rakich
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Somers Congregational Church

Contact: (860) 763-4021
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3 Keyboardists play works from Sweelinck to Schubert.
Jackie Nappi, Stephen Gamboa, Christa Rakich
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Somers Congregational Church

Contact: (860) 763-4021
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<p>The Boston AGO Opening Service will be held on Monday, September 11th at 6 p.m. at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul at 138 Tremont Street, funded by the Carole Lawton Memorial Fund and featuring Alice Parker of Melodious Accord. Alice Parker’s music at the Opening service will honor Carole with vibrant singing! We will all be the choir. Together we will make this a joyous occasion. <br> <p>Here is the lineup for Sept. 11th: <ul> <li>5 – 5:45 pm Open console (Andover organ, 2 manuals, 24 stops) Pianists, this is especially for you! An organ technician will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. </li> <li>5:45 pm Prelude played by Louise Mundinger, Interim Music Director at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul</li> <li>6 pm Alice Parker with Chaplain Carl Daw and Acting Dean of the Cathedral Nancy Gossling</li> <li>7 pm Installation of Officers </li> <li>7:15 Reception</li> </ul>
Alice Parker
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St Paul's Cathedral

Maurice Ravel: Pavane Michele Caniato: Introduction and Siciliana, world premiere (2017, written for the FCO) J. S. Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Spirituals and Gospel Music including Good News, Down By the Riverside, Deep River, He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands Renese King, Vocalist; Peter Freisinger, Piano Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 39 in Eb One of the best chamber orchestras in New England, the FCO features 28 young, passionate, creative, enthusiastic, and skilled instrumentalists who love to play great music. Our soloist, RENESE KING, is a Gospel artist who frequently performs with the Boston Pops. We’re also premiering a short and beautiful piece by Venetian- born and Boston-educated composer Dr. Michele Caniato, also known for his work in jazz, and as a professor at Fitchburg State University. You will hear music from 1725 to the present, right in Copley Square! Please join us, and bring many friends; unlimited seating.
with Renese King, Gospel Vocalist
Works by Ravel, Bach, Michele Caniato, Spirituals, Mozart
Old South Church
Stud: $8 Tix door only no cr cds; welco
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Concert organist and world elite performer, Nathan Laube, comes to play the Kotzschmar. Pre-concert Kotzschmar Konversation at 6:30pm in Merrill Auditorium’s Rehearsal Room. Concert at 7:30pm.
Nathan Laube
Works by
Merrill Auditorium
Admission $20, Seniors $18, Students $10
Contact: www.porttix.com
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September 18 to 22, 2017. Dom Alcuin Reid and several other distinguished speakers will serve as faculty for this liturgical formation and sacred music conference for priests, deacons, seminarians, religious, masters of ceremonies, liturgical musicians and singers, and other members of the laity. In addition to the principal curriculum of liturgical formation for sacred ministers, Culmen et Fons will also feature a parallel conference track for all those engaged in the field of liturgical and sacred music. Participants will not only have the opportunity to attend several of the lectures offered by Dom Alcuin, Fr. Thomas Kocik, Fr. Mario Testa, and Fr. Neil Joy, but will also study under the direction of Michael Olbash and David Hughes, providing the chant and polyphony for the sacred liturgies during the conference week. Repertoire to include Hassler "Missa Secunda," Guerrero "Missa Ecce Sacredos," and choral/organ Masses by Durufle and Widor.
Michael Olbash & David Hughes, music faculty
Works by
St. Adelaide Parish
Tuition increases after Aug 1. Register
Contact: info@culmenetfonsma2017.com
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Washington National Cathedral organist, Benjamin Straley, performs in a celebration concert. The organ, Moller Op. 10306, is celebrating its 50t h anniversary. Featuring the world premiere of Jubilate Deo, by Philip Moore, commissioned with funding provided by the Marjorie Jolidon Fund of the Greater Hartford Chapter AGO. (Co-sponsored with Church of Christ, Congregational)
Benjamin Straley
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Church of Christ, Congregational

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Washington National Cathedral organist, Benjamin Straley, in conversation with Peter Niedmann, talks about the life and work of a 21s t century cathedral organist. Video excerpts will be included in this fascinating behind-the-scenes presentation.
Benjamin Straley
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Church of Christ, Congregational

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Come hear three outstanding high school organists compete for cash prizes.
High school finalists
Works by
Trinity College Chapel

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Pre-concert exhibit of memorabilia from the Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac University. Virtuoso performances by renowned American concert organists and competition judges: Diane Meredith Belcher, David Hurd and Christian Lane. Fauré Requiem performed in memory of David Spicer by Chorus Angelicus, Gaudeamus and the Cathedral Schola Cantorum; Gabriel Löfvall, Conductor; Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez, Organist; soloists and guest instrumentalists.
Christian Lane, Diane Meredith Belcher, David Hurd, Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus
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The Cathedral of Saint Joseph

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Preview concert before their performance at St. Patrick's Cathedral , NYC Works by American Composers: Alan Hovhaness, Daniel Pinkham, Richard J. Clark, Leo Sowerby Richard Kelley, trumpet, has been a soloist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and currently plays with the Boston Pops. He has performed with artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Ray Charles, Steven Tyler, and James Taylor. Richard J. Clark’s plays the 1999 Smith & Gilbert Organ • IV/53 • 3,023 pipes His eclectic appearances range from the Celebrity Series of Boston and the Boston Philharmonic to Jive Records (Sony BMG) and the New York Songwriter Circle at NYC’s historic “Bitter End.” Ministry & Liturgy Magazine has called his music "transformative."
Richard Kelley, trumpet & Richard J. Clark, organ
Works by an Hovhaness, Daniel Pinkham, Richard J. Clark, Leo Sowerby
St. Cecilia Church

Contact: RClark@stceciliaboston.org
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Come hear outstanding young professional organists compete for cash prizes!
Young professional finalists
Works by
Trinity College Chapel

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Colin MacKnight and Katherine Johnson, winners of the 2016 competitions, will present a full-length program of varied works.
Colin MacKnight and Katherine Johnson
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St. John's Episcopal Church

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Trinity College Chapel Singers will be joined by the treble choristers from St. James’s and St. John’s Episcopal Churches in West Hartford to perform the world premiere of a new setting of Psalm 150 composed by Philip Stopford. The anthem was commissioned by ASOF Hartford in memory of David Spicer, former artistic director and founder. philipstopford.com.
Combined choirs, Christopher Houlihan, Vaughn Mauren, and 2017 competitors
Works by Philip Stopford
Trinity College Chapel

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<p>Bernhard Klapprott performs internationally as a soloist, continuo player and conductor. He teaches as professor of Harpsichord/Early Keyboard Instruments and Basso continuo at the Department of Early Music at the University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar as well as internationally in master classes. </p> <p>He will play a fascinating concert of music by JS and CPE Bach, Buxtehude, Pachelbel and Kellner.</p> <p>“Klapprott plays with consummate technique and fine musical style.” - Fanfare</p> <p>Co-sponsored by the Boston Clavichord Society</p>
Bernhard Klapprott
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First Lutheran Church

Contact: louise.mundinger@gmail.com
Titulaire of the grand organ at St Eustache Church, Paris. The stellar French organist comes to dazzle Hartford.
Thomas Ospital
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Trinity College Chapel

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<p>Join us for a Thriller evening of Haunting music, presented by Mark T. Engelhardt who serves as Organist and Director of Music at St. Peter's by-the-sea Episcopal Church in Bay Shore NY, and is founder and administrator of the Center for the Arts at St. Peter's.</p> <p>Co-sponsored by Merrimack Valley AGO</p>
Mark Engelhardt
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Grace Church in Salem

Contact: louise.mundinger@gmail.com
Brink Bush plays the 1999 Smith & Gilbert Organ • IV/53 • 3,023 pipes. He is one of the leading interpreters of German Romantic organ music in the world today. He has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe and made his German debut at the Berliner Dom. He was featured on American Public Media’s Pipedreams in a program titled Bach, Bush and Middelschulte. His New York debut was heard at Trinity Church Wall Street during the Virgil Fox Legacy Twenty-fifth Anniversary Concert Weekend.
Brink Bush
Works by Anthony Newman, Gerard Strecke, Henri Nibelle, Joseph Rheinberger, and Jean Francaix
St. Cecilia Church

Philip Stopford conducts the Choir of Christ Church Bronxville, New York, with Vaughn Mauren, pianist, in a varied program of choral works from several centuries.
The Choir of Christ Church, Bronxville, New York. Philip Stopford, director
Works by
St. James's Episcopal Church

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a one hour free organ recital on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Matteo Imbruno
Works by
Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - COllege of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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a one hour free organ recital by the organist of the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Matteo Imbruno
Works by
Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - COllege of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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a one hour free organ recital by the organist of the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Matteo Imbruno
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Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - College of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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Organist Tom Trenney provides an improvised soundtrack for this classic silent film, The Phantom of the Opera on the Kotzschmar Organ. Come early for pre-concert activities, including a costume contest!
Tom Trenney
Works by
Merrill Auditorium
Admission $20, Seniors $18, Students $10
Contact: www.porttix.com
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Greater Hartford Chapter AGO presents annual Halloween ‘spook-tacular.’ Costumed organists, stage lighting and effects combine with lots of ghoulish organ music.
Costumed organists
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St. John's Episcopal Church

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The Boston Choral Ensemble season opener is entitled “French Connection: Fête”. It has as its centerpiece the stunning Mass in G by Francis Poulenc. Composed in 1937 this landmark work for unaccompanied eight-voice choir is one of the twentieth century’s most challenging choral works. The concert is framed as a festival service as might have been sung at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and Poulenc’s masterpiece is on the program with Maurice Duruflé’s beautiful Motets on Gregorian Themes, and works by Messiaen and Langlais. https://<a href="http://www.bostonchoral.org/2017-2018-season/" target="_blank">www.bostonchoral.org/2017-2018-season/</a>
Boston Choral Ensemble, dir. Andrew Shenton
Works by Francis Poulenc; Maurice Duruflé; Messiaen; Langlais
Boston's Basilica

Contact: administrator@bostonchoral.org
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a one hour free organ recital by the organist of the Oratoire Saint-Joseph, Montreal, Canada, on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Vincent Boucher
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Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - College of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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Works of Beethoven, Franck and Debussy. A founding member of Yo-Yo Ma’s famed Silk Road Project and the Knights Orchestra, violinist Colin Jacobsen is “born to the instrument and its sweet, lyrical possibilities” (New York Times) and “one of the most interesting figures on the classical music scene” (Washington Post).
Colin Jacobsen, violinist, and Alan Murchie, pianist
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St. James's Episcopal Church
Free for under 18
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Favorite carols, new and old!
The Choir of Saint James's Episcopal Church
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St. James's Episcopal Church

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Come celebrate the holiday season with Ray Cornils' final performance as Municipal Organist of the Kotzschmar Organ! Join a Kotzschmar Organ family tradition that features holiday music from throughout the centuries — festive, reflective, fun, and inspiration for the ears! This performance features Ray Cornils’ final performance as Municipal Organist, celebrating 27 years at the helm of the Kotzschmar. Come celebrate the holiday season with us! Public retirement reception for Ray Cornils to follow concert. All are welcome!
Ray Cornils
Works by
Merrill Auditorium
$27-$50 Admission, Students $15, Kids 12
Contact: www.porttix.com
Duruflé – Requiem The Choir of St. James’s Episcopal Church Members of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra Vaughn Mauren, conductor Christopher Houlihan, organist
The Choir of Saint James's Episcopal Church, members of the Hartford Symphony, Vaughn Mauren and Christopher Houlihan
Works by
St. James's Episcopal Church

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a one hour free organ recital by the University Organist of Rutgers University, Princeton, NJ, on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Renée Louprette
Works by
Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - College of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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a one hour free organ recital by the successor of Maurice and Marie-Madeleine Duruflé as organiste titulaire of the Church of Saint-Étienne-du-Mont, Paris, France. M. Warnier will perform on the magnificent Taylor & Boody organ at College of the Holy Cross
Vincent Warnier
Works by
Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel - College of the Holy Cross
free admssion
Contact: please call (508) 793-2296
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Young concert organist Greg Zelek performs a solo recital.
Greg Zelek
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St. James's Episcopal Church

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The legalities of printed music are more confusing than ever. What is public domain? When does a copyright end? What is ‘out-of-print’? IMSLP? CPDL? Blanket licenses? Edward Guo, the founder and President of IMSLP (the groundbreaking online music-sharing website) will give an informative presentation on all these issues.
Edward Guo
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St. James Church

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A recital to re-dedicate the organ at St. James's Episcopal Church. Works of Bach, Whitlock, Bairstow and Duruflé.
Vaughn Mauren, organist
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St. James's Episcopal Church

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