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Cited by <i>The American Organist</i> magazine as infusing his music with “virtuosic flair and fire,” Scott’s performances bring a unique emotional and spiritual inspiration to his audiences. Listeners find a place of solace, a time of wonder and awe. His playing has been described as inspiring, uplifting, powerful and flawless.
Scott Lamlein
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Mechanics Hall

Since winning the Albert Schweizer Competition, American organist Christopher Holman has performed on some of the most important historic and modern organs in Europe and North America. As a guest artist, he has most recently appeared at the BachFest Leipzig, Festival international de l’orgue ancienne in Sion, Switzerland (the oldest organ in the world), and the Eastman Rochester Organ Initiative. He has released two recordings, and his performances have been broadcast on German and Swiss national television and radio. Also active as a scholar, his research has most recently been published in Oxford University’s journal Early Music, and he is Editor of the journal Vox Humana and Director of Musicology for Bach Society Houston.
Christopher Holman
Works by
Mechanics Hall

A reconstruction of a 16th-century North German Organ Vespers service, based on 16th-century sources
Christopher Holman
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First Lutheran Church of Boston

Contact: music@flc-boston.org
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Classical music as well as some Jazz tunes in two-piano arrangements, often with up to six pianists. This year\'s even includes music by Bach, Gershwin, Holst, Mendelssohn, Mozart and Piazzolla. This event tends to sell out. It is highly recommended to order tickets in advance.
pianists Paul Buono, Malcolm Halliday, Kallin Johnson, Sima Kustanovich, Olga Rogach, Myron Romanul, and Ian Watson
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Tuckerman Hall
30 at the door, 25 in advance
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Scott will play a wide ranging repertoire from classical to modern. Emily will join for an arrangement for organ and flute of Chaminade's Concertino.
Scott Lamlein, organist Emily DeNucci flutist
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Somers Congregational Church

Contact: William irkpatrick
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WOW! What an incredible opportunity to hear the renowned principal organist of the Tabernacle Choir of Salt Lake City, UT play the Great Organ of Methuen. With works by Elgar, Bach, Lloyd, Gawthrop, Elliot, Vierne and Franck, this recital is not to be missed. It is also the recital that benefits The Methuen Memorial Music Hall's Scholarship Fund. Friday, 9/13 @ 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm. Visit <a href="https://www.mmmh.org" target="_blank">(link)</a> for more information.
Richard Elliot
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Methuen Memorial Musical Hall
Students- $5
Contact: 978-685-0693
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Great chamber orchestra of 33 players. Rossini La Gazza Ladra Ov, arias w Jenna LoRusso and Roselin Osser. Chopin Piano Concerto in E Minor w soloist Jun Toguchi. Lutosławski "Little Suite." Welcome!
Freisinger Chamber Orchestra
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Old South Church

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Great chamber orchestra of 33 players. Rossini La Gazza Ladra Ov, arias w Jenna LoRusso and Roselin Osser. Chopin Piano Concerto in E Minor w soloist Jun Toguchi. Lutosławski \"Little Suite.\" Welcome! FreisingerChamberOrchestra.org
Freisinger Chamber Orchestra
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Old South Church

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This workshop will feature the anthems selected for the Waterbury Chapter’s Youth Choir Festival in March, 2020 in Torrington. (All youth choirs are invited to participate in the Waterbury AGO festival.). Participants may also bring an anthem or two to share (one and two part). Please contact Bill Degan (dblopen32@gmail.com) with the anthem information to share. Participants may also try the 1977 Casavant organ after.
Waterbury AGO chapter
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First Congergational Church, Bristol

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Leo Abbott, Director Emeritus of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Boston will rededicate the historic 1875 E. &G. G. Hook & Hastings Organ, Opus 801 in the newly renovated Cathedral. Come this historic 101-rank instrument as it has not been heard in the opulent acoustic of the renovated Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
Leo Abbott, FAGO, ChM
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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

Contact: richard_clark@rcab.org
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. ALL are invited to our 4th annual Community Block Party at St. John’s Episcopal Church, on Sunday, September 15 from noon to 3 p.m., following an outdoor Sunday Eucharist at 10:30 a.m. Bring a picnic or buy lunch here: hot dogs, pizza, and ice cream. Enjoy live music by local bands including the Hartford Steel Symphony (11:45), and Jeff Verney & Belfalus Khan, along with a bounce house and other fun activities for kids, tours of St. John’s historic building, and more. Free admission, rain or shine. Everyone is welcome!
Hartford Steel Symphony, Jeff Verney & Belfalus KhanALL are invited to our 4th annual Community Block Party at St. John’s Episcopal Church, on Sunday, September 15 from noon to 3 p.m., following an outdoor Sunday Eucharist at 10:30 a.m. Bring a picnic or buy lunch here: hot dogs, pizza, and ice cream. Enjoy live music by local bands including the Hartford Steel Symphony (11:45), and Jeff Verney & Belfalus Khan, along with a bounce house and other fun activities for kids, tours of St. John’s historic building, and more. Free admission, rain or shine. Everyone is welcome!
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: music@sjparish.net
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Choral Evensong at Trinity at 6PM. Reception to follow at Old South Church across the street. This is a chance to hear the tonal reconstruction of the organ. From Jonathan Ambrosino "As you listen, note that Trinity's nave organ is nearing completion of a tonal reconstruction project. A collaboration between Foley-Baker and Jonathan Ambrosino, the project has a goal of returning the nave organ closer to its 1926 Skinner roots, using vintage Skinner and Aeolian-Skinner pipework almost exclusively."
Richard Webster, Colin Lynch, Trinity Choristers and Schola
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on September 22 at 5:00pm for this time of music and worship. Do you love to sing Evensong? Join us at 3:15pm to be part of the choir! Please send message saying “I / we are coming” to Scott Lamlein at <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org/contact" target="_blank">(link)</a>. We’d love to have you join in the fun.
St. John's Choirs, Scott Lamlein, Director of Music and Organist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: music@sjparish.net
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Acclaimed organist Christopher Houlihan joins the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Carolyn Kuan conducting, in the Opening Concert of the 2019 Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival Hartford. The program includes the thrilling and notoriously difficult Symphonie Concertante for organ and orchestra by Joseph Jongen. Houlihan, described as “one of the brightest stars in the new generation of American organists,” will also perform music by Bach and Widor (the opening movement of the Sixth Symphony). The program includes the fourth movement of Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 5 in D Major and an orchestral portrait of Albert Schweitzer by Gene Scheer, narrated by NEPR classical host John Nowacki. Pre-concert talk one hour before the performance. Tickets $35-$55
Christopher Houlhan, organist, with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Carolyn Kuan, conducting
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Trinity College Chapel
$35 General Adm; $55 Premium
Contact: media@asofhartford.org
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Each of 3 finalists, selected from an international pool of applicants, performs a 45 minute recital on the 4,429-pipe Austin Organ. Elena Baquerizo plays at 10:00 am., followed by Alexander Pattavina at 11:00 am and Joseph Russell at 12:45 pm. At 4:30 pm., the winner presents a solo recital. At 5:00 evensong, the Chapel Singers of Trinity College join the choirs of St James's Episcopal Church and St John's Episcopal Church (both W. Hartford) led by Vaughn Mauren and Scott Lamlein, choirmasters, to present great choral music from the English cathedral tradition. The service will be accompanied by Benjamin Straley, former Organist of Washington National Cathedral. At 6:00 pm, the three finalists compete for the $2,500 David Spicer Hymn Playing Prize, demonstrating their ability to inspire and lead several hundred people in song. This is an especially fun event with lots of audience participation!
Elena Baquerizo; Alexander Pattavina; Joe Russell
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Trinity College Chapel

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In this service, part of the 2019 Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival Hartford, hear the organ in its liturgical form with the Festival Choir, with choral music from the English cathedral tradition by Radcliffe, Stanford, and Gardiner. The Chapel Singers of Trinity College join with the choirs of St James's Episcopal Church, and St John's Episcopal Church (both in W. Hartford) led by choirmasters Vaughn Mauren and Scott Lamlein. Organist is Benjamin Straley, former Organist of Washington National Cathedral. An Evensong reflection will be offered by The Rev. Dr. Sidnie White Crawford, Trinity College '81, Willa Cather Professor of Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Judaism Emerita, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Following the service, enjoy the final phase of the A Young Professional Competition, as three finalists compete for the $2,500 David Spicer Hymn Playing Award.
The Chapel Singers of Trinity College; the choirs of St James's Episcopal Church & St John's Episcopal Church (both W. Hartford); Vaughn Mauren & Scott Lamlein, conducting; Benjamin Straley, organist
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Trinity College Chapel

Contact: media@asofhartford.org
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Acclaimed organist Christopher Houlihan joins the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Carolyn Kuan conducting, in the Opening Concert of the 2019 Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival Hartford. The program includes the thrilling and notoriously difficult Symphonie Concertante for organ and orchestra by Joseph Jongen. Houlihan, described as “one of the brightest stars in the new generation of American organists,” will also perform music by Bach and Widor (the opening movement of the Sixth Symphony). The program includes the fourth movement of Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 5 in D Major and an orchestral portrait of Albert Schweitzer by Gene Scheer, narrated by NEPR classical host John Nowacki. Pre-concert talk one hour before the performance. Tickets $35-$55
Christopher Houlhan, organist, with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Carolyn Kuan, conducting
Works by
Trinity College Chapel
$55 Premium
Contact: media@asofhartford.org
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The Choir of Christ the Redeemer will sing Choral Evensong. Music by Stephan Casurella (Preces & Responses); George Dyson (Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in D); Hubert Parry (I was glad). The congregation will participate in the singing of hymns. Free admission; free-will offering. Reception afterward.
Choir of Christ the Redeemer; Daniel McKinley, organist & choirmaster
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Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church

Contact: Dan McKinley
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Organ demo and tour, a chance to play, and pizza! Geared for grades 3-8, but all are welcome! We will use the Young Person's Guide to the Organ book and demonstrate the South Church organ, and everyone will be invited to play a piano piece on the organ with help registering it. And pizza! Participants must bring a responsible adult To register: <a href="https://forms.gle/viG8zDSW4zhujHpX6" target="_blank">(link)</a>
Cathy Meyer and Abby Shoppe
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South Church

Dr. Barry Rose, OBE will recount conducting the choir for the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana and other stories from his time serving the Royal Family as Master of the Choir at St. Paul's Cathedral in an exciting and illustrated talk. Tickets $20, light refreshments will be served.
Dr. Barry Rose
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All Saints Church

Contact: 5087523766
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The Choir of All Saints is honored to host Dr. Barry Rose, The Choir of St. Paul's on the Green and the Choir of St. Paul's Fairfield for this year's "Sing Praises!" Festival, October 12-13. Dr. Rose will lead these three choirs in a weekend workshop, culminating in two exciting services over the weekend - Evensong on Saturday October 12 at 5 p.m. and a Festival Eucharist on Sunday October 13 at 10 a.m.
Dr. Barry Rose
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All Saints Church

Contact: 5087523766
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The Choir of All Saints is honored to host Dr. Barry Rose, The Choir of St. Paul's on the Green and the Choir of St. Paul's Fairfield for this year's "Sing Praises!" Festival, October 12-13. Dr. Rose will lead these three choirs in a weekend workshop, culminating in two exciting services over the weekend - Evensong on Saturday October 12 at 5 p.m. and a Festival Eucharist on Sunday October 13 at 10 a.m.
Dr. Barry Rose
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All Saints Church

Contact: 5087523766
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A wide-ranging concert features the venerable 1910 organ by the Massachusetts builder James Cole. Works include Mendelssohn's Sonata no. 4 in B flat major, Suite Gothique by Boëllmann as well as 3 pieces by the Mexican composer Ramón Noble. Mr. Halliday will also play several favorite works on the church grand piano.
Malcolm Halliday
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First Congregational Church

Contact: 978-464-2837
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</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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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: reddoormusic.org
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. Pipescreams! is Friday, October 25, 7:00 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

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Classical music as well as some Jazz tunes in two-piano arrangements, often with up to six pianists. This year's even includes music by Bach, Gershwin, Holst, Mendelssohn, Mozart and Piazzolla. This event tends to sell out. It is highly recommended to order tickets in advance.
pianists Paul Buono, Malcolm Halliday, Kallin Johnson, Sima Kustanovich, Olga Rogach, Myron Romanul, and Ian Watson
Works by
Tuckerman Hall
30 at the door, 25 in advance
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The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on October 27 at 5:00pm for music by the St. John’s Youth and Adult Choirs, Scott Lamlein, organist and choirmaster.
St. John's Youth and Adult Choirs, Scott Lamlein, Organist and Choirmaster
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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Join us for a family-friendly, 40 minute program of spooky Halloween music & fantastic light show! Suggested donation $20/family | Co-sponsored by the MVAGO Wear a costume or come in your jammies! Bring your stuffed animals and blankets.
Cathy Meyer and Maggie Marshall
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South Church

Colin MacKnight, a Juilliard C.V. Starr Doctoral Fellow, is this year’s artist for the nineteenth annual tracker concert at Hampton Congregational Church. The instrument, built in 1836, is the oldest pipe organ in Connecticut still being used regularly. Concert date is Sunday, October 27th at 4 pm. There is no charge, only a free will offering at the door. The church address is 263 Main Street (Route 97) in Hampton. Refreshments will follow the program.
Colin MacKnight
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Hampton Congregational Church

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This concert explores the extraordinarily fruitful musical relationships within two musical families: that of siblings Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn and that of husband and wife Jan Ladislav and Sophia Corri Dussek. Program includes Felix’s Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio no. 1 in his own arrangement for flute, cello, and piano, Fanny Mendelssohn’s Adagio for violin and piano, J.L. Dussek’s Piano Trio in E Minor, op. 2, and Sophia Dussek’s Flute Sonata no. 1
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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First Parish
Kids free in Section B!
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This concert explores the extraordinarily fruitful musical relationships within two musical families: that of siblings Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn and that of husband and wife Jan Ladislav and Sophia Corri Dussek. Program includes Felix’s Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio no. 1 in his own arrangement for flute, cello, and piano, Fanny Mendelssohn’s Adagio for violin and piano, J.L. Dussek’s Piano Trio in E Minor, op. 2, and Sophia Dussek’s Flute Sonata no. 1
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Emmanuel Church
Kids free in Section B!
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Johann Vexo - Organiste du Chœur - Notre-Dame de Paris Wednesday, November 6th, 2019 – Church of the Redeemer - 7:30pm A concert of French organ music on the 2018 Schoenstein organ General Admission by donation – open seating – proceeds to benefit the restoration of the organs of Notre-Dame de Paris SPECIAL PATRON'S TICKETS - LIMITED NUMBER There will be a limited number of Special Patron's Tickets available by advanced sale only, which will include: One seat in Reserved Priority Seating Special Patron's Private Pre-Concert Reception (6:30pm-7:15pm), with Johann Vexo, Organist Passed gourmet hors d'œuvres and premium French wines $150.00 per person For Special Patron’s Tickets reservations or more information, please contact Suzy Westcott - verger@redeemerchestnuthill.org 617 566 7679 etx. 150
Johann Vexo
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Church of the Redeemer

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This annual young artist recital is co-sponsored by Church of Christ, Congregational, Newington.
Aaron Tan, organist
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Church of Christ, Congregational

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. Join us as pianist Patrick Miller accompanies the 1927 Cecil B. DeMille epic silent film The King of Kings, on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. The King of Kings is the Greatest Story Ever Told as only Cecil B. DeMille could tell it. In 1927, working with one of the biggest budgets in Hollywood history, DeMille spun the life and Passion of Christ into a silent-era blockbuster. Featuring text drawn directly from the Bible, a cast of thousands, and the great showman’s singular cinematic bag of tricks, The King of Kings is at once spectacular and deeply reverent—part Gospel, part Technicolor epic.
Patrick Miller, pianist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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This Holiday program explores the guiding light of Epiphany. The ensemble will premiere Christoph Graupner’s cantata Das Volk so im Finstern wandelt (The people that wandered in darkness), Telemann’s New Year cantata Der mit Sünden beleidigte Heiland, and pastorales by Heinichen and Pez With vocal soloists soprano Jessica Petrus, alto Sophie Micheaux, tenor Jason McStoots, and baritone Bradfod Gleim
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Emmanuel Church
Kids free in Section B!
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</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 15 at 3:00pm. The St. John’s Adult and Youth Choirs; Scott Lamlein, choirmaster; Floyd Higgins, organist
St. John's Choir, Scott Lamlein, choirmaster, Floyd Higgins, organist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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This Holiday program explores the guiding light of Epiphany. The ensemble will premiere Christoph Graupner’s cantata Das Volk so im Finstern wandelt (The people that wandered in darkness), Telemann’s New Year cantata Der mit Sünden beleidigte Heiland, and pastorales by Heinichen and Pez With vocal soloists soprano Jessica Petrus, alto Sophie Micheaux, tenor Jason McStoots, and baritone Bradfod Gleim
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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First Unitarian Church
Kids free in Section B!
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. Back by popular demand, the Pipes Alive! series continues with Scott Lamlein playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, January 5 at 12:30 p.m.
Scott Lamlein, 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="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</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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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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This recital is co-sponsored by Concerts at St. James's. Jeremy Filsell is Organist and Director of Music at St. Thomas, Fifth Avenue.
Jeremy Filsell
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St. James's Episcopal Church

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on January 26 at 5:00pm for music by the Choir School of Hartford, and Trinity Church Choir; Jackson Merrill, choirmaster; Scott Lamlein, organist.
Choir of Trinity Church, Hartford, Jackson Merrill, choirmaster; Scott Lamlein, 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="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The 2020 Pipes Alive! series continues with Cheryl Wadsworth playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, February 2 at 12:30 p.m.
Cheryl Wadsworth, 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="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. We welcome concert organist Simon Johnson to the mighty St. John’s pipe organ on Friday, February 21 at 7:30pm. Mr. Johnson is organist at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London.
Simon Johnson, Organist
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on February 23 at 5:00pm for music by the professional choral ensemble Voices of Concinnity; Sarah Kaufold, choirmaster and Scott Lamlein, organist.
Voices of Concinnity; Sarah Kaufold, choirmaster; Scott Lamlein, 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="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The 2020 Pipes Alive! series continues with Grant Wareham playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, March 1 at 12:30 p.m.
Grant Wareham, Organist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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Virtuoso Baroque instrumental works by Italians who settled in London with its lively musical scene. The program includes trio sonatas by Locatelli, Platti, and Tessarini, a capriccio for strings and continuo by Veracini, a flute concerto by Sammartini, and a cello sonata by Cervetto
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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First Parish
Kids free in Section B!
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. An evening of incredible jazz! Join us on Saturday, March 7 at 7:30pm, in the marvelous acoustics of St. John’s Church, for a unique concert teaming up the Nat Reeves Trio with the St. John’s Youth and Adult Choirs. The featured work will be A Little Jazz Mass by English composer Bob Chilcott. Snow date: March 14 at 7:30pm.
Nat Reeves Trio, St. John's Youth and Adult Choirs
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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Virtuoso Baroque instrumental works by Italians who settled in London with its lively musical scene. The program includes trio sonatas by Locatelli, Platti, and Tessarini, a capriccio for strings and continuo by Veracini, a flute concerto by Sammartini, and a cello sonata by Cervetto
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Old South Church
Kids free in Section B!
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on March 22 at 5:00pm for music by the St. John’s Schola; Scott Lamlein, organist and choirmaster.
St. John's Schola, Scott Lamlein, organist and choirmaster
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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Co-sponsored with Trinity College Chapel. "Rare musicality and lovely lyrical grandeur." - The Los Angeles Times
Chelsea Chen
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Trinity College Chapel

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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</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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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="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The 2020 Pipes Alive! series continues with Zachary Schurman playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, April 5 at 12:30 p.m.
Zachary Schurman
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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="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. Join us for a beautiful chamber music concert on Friday, April 24 at 7:30pm by Leonid Sigal and friends. Mr. Sigal is well known for his series at the Wadsworth Atheneum, “Sunday Serenades,” where he and his HSO colleagues perform repertoire inspired by the artwork on display. He has planned a program of Prokofiev, Fauré and Beethoven.
Leonid Sigal
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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="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on April 26 at 5:00pm for music by the St. John’s Youth Choir, with the Youth Choir of Christ Church, Congregational, Newington; Scott Lamlein and Peter Niedmann, choirmasters.
St. John's Youth Choir with the Youth Choir of Christ Church, Newington; Scott Lamlein and Peter Niedmann, choirmasters
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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French Baroque cantatas and instrumental works, featuring Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s cantata Le Passage sur la mer rouge (based on the biblical story), Clerambault’s epic cantata Leandre et Hero, along with Clerambault’s Sonata La Felicite and an overture by Charpentier With soprano Teresa Wakim
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Harvard-Epworth Church
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The 2020 Pipes Alive! series continues with Michelle Horsley playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, May 3 at 12:30 p.m.
Michelle Horsley, Organist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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French Baroque cantatas and instrumental works, featuring Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s cantata Le Passage sur la mer rouge (based on the biblical story), Clerambault’s epic cantata Leandre et Hero, along with Clerambault’s Sonata La Felicite and an overture by Charpentier With soprano Teresa Wakim
Musicians of the Old Post Road
Works by
Worcester Historical Museum
Kids free in Section B!
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All concerts are free admission, with a suggested donation. For full details, visit <a href="https://www.reddoormusic.org" target="_blank">(link)</a>. The 2020 Pipes Alive! series continues with Benjamin Straley playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, June 7 at 12:30 p.m.
Benjamin Straley, Organist
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Music at the Red Door - St. John's Episcopal Church

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