organ recital

Massive Organ At Midnight

(10.31) Mark Steinbach, university organist and instrument curator, will perform his annual Midnight Halloween Organ Concert on a 1903 Hutchings-Votey pipe organ. The concert will feature music by Bach, Messiaen, Heiller, Gounod, Gigout, and others. In lieu of traditional seating, attendees are encouraged to bring a pillow or blanket to sit on. Concert begins 11:55pm,

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Award Winning Organ Recitalist Chris Gage Returns to Providence

Prize-Winning Organist Christopher Gage returns for his second recital on the foley-baker organ Reger Introduction and Passacaglia in D Minor Hindemith Sonata II Johannes Matthias Michel Organ, Timbrel, and Dance (on jazz rhythms) Buxtehude Praeludium in D Major Bach Passacaglia in C Minor Sunday October 21, 2012    4:00 PM The First Baptist Church in America

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My Aching Bach

Somebody get this guy a more ergonomic bench. Brown University organist, Mark Steinbach, will perform works by Bach, Gounod, Schumann, and others on the school’s face-melting 1903 Hutchings-Votey organ in Sayles Hall. Come in costume and bring pillows or blankets in lieu of traditional seating. (This image may or may not be Mr. Steinbach.) 11:55pm,

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I refuse to make a pun about this massive organ

(In other words — I tried, but I couldn’t come up with anything.) Need to decompress? Head over to PPAC for a free performance on the 1927 mighty Wurlitzer. The Wonders of the Wurlitzer concerts are held at lunchtime on specific Mondays and Wednesdays in the spring and fall. All concerts are free and open

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