In addition to our Friday concerts, we’re happy to add 3 Wednesday evening events this summer. The first will be on June 14 at 6 PM when concert Organist James D. Hicks will be performing. July and August events will be announced soon. James D. Hicks is a native of Fredericksburg, VA. He holds degrees… Read more Summer concerts coming this year
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 SindenOrganist and Director of Music, St. Peter’s Episcopal, Ladue February 10 – David Lim University of Iowa,… Read more Winter and Spring 2017
Planning for the spring 2017 series is underway. We’re happy to announce the return of Bill Sullivan, Kathy Bolduan, Horst Buchholz, and Frederick Hohman. Most of March is booked up, but March 31 is open, and dates are still available in April and May. Recitals are just a half-hour and start at 12:30 each Friday.… Read more Calling for recitalists!
In case you couldn’t make it to hear Linda Andrews play on November 11, here is the audio from his recital: Fanfare on “National Hymn” – Jeffrey Blersch (b. 1967) Fantaisie in G major, BWV 572 – Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Gravement Lentement Archangel Suite – Craig Phillips (b. 1961) II. Gabriel, Messenger of God… Read more Audio from November 11, 2016
For the second year, we’re capping the Third Baptist Thanksgiving dinner with an organ recital. This year, Alcee Chriss will be presenting a program at 6pm on November 16th. Winner of the Firmin Swinnen second prize at the Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition 2016, Alcee Chriss III has been celebrated for his “grace, skill and… Read more Wednesday evening recital with Alcee Chriss
In case you missed it, here’s the audio from Harold Stover’s Recital on November 4th: Tambourine – Harold Stover (b. 1946) Blue Prelude – Harold Stover St. Louis Blues – W. C. Handy (1873-1958), Transcribed for organ by Fats Waller (1904-1943) Seven Improvisations, op. 150 – Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921) Poco Lento Allegro Giocoso