Winter and Spring 2017

Friday pipes usually starts a few weeks before the official beginning of spring, but this year we’re adding two performances that are definitely winter dates. Here’s the lineup for the first part of 2017:

    January

  • 20 – David Sinden
    Organist and Director of Music, St. Peter’s Episcopal, Ladue
    February

  • 10 – David Lim
    University of Iowa, St Patrick Catholic Church, Iowa City and St Mary Catholic Church, Riverside, Iowa
    March

  • 3 – William Sullivan
    Organist, Laclede Groves Chapel, Webster Groves
  • 10 – Jinhee Kim
    Indiana University, Music Director and Organist at First Presbyterian Church, Martinsville, Indiana
  • 17 – Kathleen Bolduan
    Centenary United Methodist Church, St. Louis
  • 24 – Horst Buchholz
    Director of Music and Organist, Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis
  • 31 – Nicole Keller
    Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music, Berea, Ohio
    April

  • 7 – Nick Capozzoli
    McGill University, Assistant Organist, Christ Church Cathedral, Montréal, Québec
  • 14 – Brent Johnson
    Organist, Third Baptist Church
  • 21 – Katie Burk
    Indiana University, Church Music Intern, Trinity Episcopal Church, Bloomington, Indiana
  • 28 – Phillip Kloeckner
    Rockefeller Chapel, University of Chicago
    May

  • 5 – Mitchell Garcia
    Notre Dame University
  • 12 – Robert Knupp
    Professor of Music, Mississippi College, Clinton, Mississippi
  • 19 – Frederick Hohman
    Concert Organist, Chicago, Illinois

As always, each concert begins at 12:30 and is a half-hour. Following each recital is a reception with some punch and cookies and a chance to greet the artist and your fellow organ music fans. Printed publicity materials will be available soon. Free parking is available in one of three church lots as shown on this map. If you would like to have either posters or brochures to display and distribute, please email Brent Johnson. Also, please email if you are interested in performing on our fall schedule and possible summer dates as well!

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