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Festival concert celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Will Sherwood as Director of Music/Organist at First Unitarian, Worcester. Included will be organ and choral works by Sherwood, Kodaly, Bach, and Widor. A reception will be held following, and a celebration morning church service will be held prior at 10:20am. More info: <a href="http://firstumusic.com/music/">http://firstumusic.com/music/</a>
Will Sherwood, Brett Maguire assisting.
Works by Kodaly, Widor, Bach, Durufle, Sherwood
First Unitarian Worcester
Free
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25th Anniversary; John Finney assisting
James David Christie
Works by Bach
St Joseph's Memorial Chapel, College of
Free
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Combining choirs of All Saints Church, Worcester, the Cathedral of All Saints, Albany, NY, and Saint Paul's Church, Fairfield, CT. Dr. Gerre Hancock, Festival Guest Conductor and Improviser; Peter Stoltzfus Berton, Organist. All Saints Church (10 Irving St., Worcester). For more information, visit <a href="http://www.allsaintsw.org/" target="_blank">www.allsaintsw.org</a> or call 508-752-3766.
Dr Gerre Hancock, Peter Stolzfus Berton
Works by Bach
All Saints Church
Free
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Paul Cienniwa, harpsichord
Paul Cienniwa
Works by
First Church Boston
Free
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viola da gamba & lute

Works by Schutz, Dowland, Shattenberg, Pederson
King's Chapel, Boston
0
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Half-hour organ recital on the IV-73 Skinner Organ: <a href="http://www.scottlamlein.com/up.html">http://www.scottlamlein.com/up.html</a>, program TBA
Scott Lamlein
Works by tba
Wesley United Methodist Church, Worcester
Free
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To be rescheduled in the fall (due to a church conflict) Join us for a half-hour concert featuring great music for the trumpet and pipe organ! Trumpeter Ken Roe and organist Scott Lamlein will present some exciting favorites as well as new works for this great combo of instruments.
Ken Roe, Trumpet; Scott Lamlein, organ
Works by Bach, Handel, Cornell, Peeters, others
First Congregational Church

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The Scholarship Committee is again offering financial awards in the form of scholarships to students of the organ. Deadline for application has been extended to April 30, 2010. The committee is urging teachers to inform their students of this opportunity. We welcome letters of intent for the year 2010-2011. Send to: AGO Scholarship Committee, c/o Janeen Baker, Chair, 44 Leominster Rd., Princeton, MA 01541. (Regulations and procedures can be found here <a href="http://organweb.com/worcester/scholarship.html">http://organweb.com/worcester/scholarship.html</a> under Educational Outreach.)

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Scholarship Deadline

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Dedication of Southfield Organ, formerly 1974 Casavant organ from the former Saint John's Episcopal Church, Worcester. Reception to follow. For more information, contact the church office at 508-853-9400.
Mark Dwyer, Organist
Works by Buxtehude, Bach, Franck, Handel, and others
Saint Michaels on-the-Heights Episcopal Church

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Presented by the "Arts on the Green" series and the Music Ministry of First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children age 16 and under.

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First Congregational Church
10
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presented by the Master Singers of Worcester under the direction of Malcolm Halliday. In a program celebrating the range of English music from the past to the present, the Master Singers present four anthems by Tudor composers Gibbons, Philps and Tallis, as well as folk settings, and part songs by later composers including Holst and Stanford. The Worcester Children's Chorus will present songs by Andrew Carter and join the Master Singers for the final work, "Songs and Cries of London Town" by the living composer Bob Chilcott. Tickets are $25 general admission, $20 students and seniors. For tickets or information, call 508-842-1349.
Malcolm Halliday, director
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Salem Covenant Church
25
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presented through "Arts on the Green" series. Free admission with donations accepted at the door. Suggested donation: $10.

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First Congregational Church
10
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For more information call: 860-443-4989 Music at St. James presents: Masses and Motets by 20th Century French Composers Sunday, May 2nd 3:00 PM Sung by the St. James Festival Choir Andrew Howell, conductor Raymond Nagem, organist Works by Poulenc, Durufle, Faure, and Langlais A concert of thrilling works just outside the common repertoire The St. James Festival Choir is made up of singers from the St. James Choir, along with many others from as far away as Providence, RI and all over Southeastern CT

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St James Episcopal Church

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This recital will be followed by the annual meeting of the chapter at an area restaurant. By April 30 please let me know if you plan to attend the meeting afterwards so that I can make reservations.

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Columbia St Baptist Church

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Concert and re-dedication featuring the 1965 Holtkamp pipe organ restored last year by J.H. & C.S. Odell Pipe Organ Builders The event will feature Jonathan B. Hall on organ, St. Paul's Music Director Todd Simmons on piano and Bill Powers on saxophone. Free Admission. Reception to follow.
Jonathan B. Hall
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Columbia St Baptist Church

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A farewell organ concert for C. B. Fisk Opus 46 This occasion marks the last time that this magnificent instrument will be heard at Harvard University By April 30 please let me know if you plan to attend the meeting afterwards so that I can make reservations.
Christian Lane
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Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Guest artist Peter Sykes will play a recital on the evening of May 21, 2010, with proceeds to benefit the Church. Call Don Di Chiappari (508.398.2618) for details. TIME NOT SPECIFIED! MIGHT NOT BE 7pm
Peter Sykes
Works by Bach, Widor, others
St Francis Xavier Church

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Thomas Marshall, organist/harpsichordist from the College of William and Mary in Virginia, explores both old and new music in a concert titled “Wind, Wire and Quill” to make the most of three keyboard instruments in a concert on Saturday, May 22 at 4 p.m. The “progressive” concert begins at the South Parish Congregational Church, 9 Church Street, Augusta where Mr. Marshall will play the 1866 E. & G.G. Hook organ. After intermission, the program will resume at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 9 Summer Street, Augusta featuring Mr. Marshall’s own French-style harpsichord and St. Mark’s Andover organ. The organ is a modern (1973) mechanical key action (tracker) instrument built as opus 73 of the Andover Organ Company.
Thomas Marshall
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South Parish Congregational Church

Morales Missa Ave Maris Stella; Duarte Lobo & Manuel Cardoso.
Jodry, dir
Works by
St Paul's Church

Five Scholarship students will play on this program; David Rose, Marcia Desilets, Dominic Richards, Kevin Mathieu, and Andrew Hagberg.

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First Baptist Church

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Kimberly Harrison and Sebastiaan Oosthout, pianists

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First Baptist Church

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Cash Bar: 6:00 pm Dinner: 6:30 pm $18.00 pp* includes gratuity (no tax)

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Riverway Lobster House

Baroque, romantic & contemporary program - Benefit for Pediatric AIDS Program at BMC
Harpsichord, organ, marimba, flutes, voice
Works by
First Church in Belmont UU

Contact: 617-484-1054
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Bishop Gene Robinson, presiding:Bedient organ dedication & recital
Susan Ferre, organ
Works by
St Barnabas Episcopal,Main & High Sts
0
Contact: 603-326-3242
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Trio Cordefiato,Molino, Roselli, Febonio
Works by
King's Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Rosalind Mohnsen, organ
Works by
Trinity Church
5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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David Carrier, organ
Works by Bach, Muschel
King's Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Heinrich Christensen, organ
Works by
Trinity Church
5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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Convivium Musicum(Barrett, dir)
Works by Lassus, Gesualdo, Hassler, others
St John the Evangelist Beacon Hill
20/12
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Exsultemus: Matteo Flecha
Works by Las Ensaladas
First Lutheran Church of Boston
15,25,35 -$5 stds, srs
Contact: 857-998-0219

Peter H Bloom, flute, Karl Henning, clarinet ,Karl Henning
Works by
King's Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Ray Cornils, organ
Works by
Trinity Church
5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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Steven Young, organ
Works by Merkel, Robinson, Rheinberger
King's Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Brian Jones, organ
Works by
Trinity Church
5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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Yuko Hayashi, organ
Works by
Old West Church
0


Works by
St John the Evangelist Church

Contact: 617-739-1340
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Leo Abbott, organ
Works by Dubois, Widor, Hakim
Cathedral of the Holy Cross
0
Contact: 617-542-5682
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String Quartets of Haydn & Mozart
Works by
First Church Boston
15/10
Contact: 617-267-6730
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Monteverdi Missa da cappella a sei voci 'In illo tempore',Leighton Mass for Double Choir, op. 44. Reception follows
Dwyer/Wood, conds
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Church of the Advent
15/10
Contact: 617-523-2377 x41 Don
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Improvisation
Peter Latona, organ
Works by Guilmant, Franck
Cathedral of the Holy Cross
0
Contact: 617-542-5682
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Paul Murray, organ: Vierne
Works by
Cathedral of the Holy Cross
0
Contact: 617-542-5682
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Allison Cockshaw, trumpet,Adam Leach, flute,Philip Jones, organ
Works by
Christ Congregational Church

Contact: 508-586-3022
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Lassus, Gesualdo, Hassler, others
Convivium Musicum(Barrett, dir)
Works by
St Paul's Episcopal Church
20/12
Rheinberger Mass in E-flat, Howells, Harris
Seraphim Singers (Lester, dir)
Works by
premiere by Leo Nestor
20/10
Contact: 617-926-o126


Works by
Pinewood Lutheran
0

Christian Lane, organ
Works by
Memorial Church
0
Contact: 617-495-5508

Colin Lynch, organ
Works by
Christ Church
0
Contact: 617.682.1506
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Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston,St Paul Men's Schola,BACS Handbell Choir (Lester, dir),BACS Recorder Ensemble (Beardslee, dir):Duruflé Requiem
Dunn, dir, Lester, org
Works by
St Paul Catholic Church
25,20,10
Contact: 617-868-8658
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Convivium Musicum(Barrett, dir)
Works by Lassus, Gesualdo, Hassler, others
First Church Congregational
20/12
Contact: 978-318-6067
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http://MasterworksChorale.org
Karidoyanes, cond
Works by Barber, Bernstein, Copland, Gershwin, Ives
Sanders Theatre
42,30,20


Works by Brahms Clarinet Quintet,Music for strings
Friends Meeting House
24/20/12 <18 0 with adult
Contact: 617-492-4758
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Baroque, romantic & contemporary - program for SPARK Ctr at BMC
Harpsichord, organ, flutes, voice
Works by
First Religious Society in Carlisle

Contact: 978-369-5180
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Choral Evensong: Ayleward Magnificat & Nunc dimittus,Radcliffe Preces & Responses
Prelude recital & Choral Evensong
Works by Matthew Doherty, harp & Parish Choir (Barney, dir):
Trinity Episcopal Church

Contact: 978-369-3715
Brahms Clarinet Quintet,Music for strings

Works by
First Parish, Parish Hall
24/20/12 <18 0 with adult
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Summer Sing #1: Brahms Requiem
Karidoyanes, cond
Works by
Noble & Greenough School
10,9
Contact: 781-235-6210
Summer Sing #14: Fauré Requiem
Karidoyanes, cond
Works by
Noble & Greenough School
5,10
Contact: 781-235-6210
Summer Sing #3: Haydn Lord Nelson Mass
Karidoyanes, cond
Works by
Noble & Greenough School
5,10
Contact: 781-235-6210

Gayle Martin, organ,Deborah Kraus, soprano
Works by
Hancock United Church of Christ

Contact: 781-862-4220
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www.EMCATOS.com
John Lauter, organ
Works by Dixieland Band
Shanklin Music Hall
20, 10+ $18 adv

David Chalmers, organ
Works by
St Michael's Church
10
Contact: 781-631-0657
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in memory of Sally Slade Warner, www.MMMH.org
Gregory D'Agostino, organ
Works by Wagner, Brahms Sibelius, Widor, Liszt
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10,5
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Brink Bush, organ,Frank Mitchell Bush, piano
Works by Nicholai, Chopin, Bunk, Franck,Prokofiev, Bush
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10,5
Contact: www.MMMH.org
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Jennifer Pascual
Works by Manari, Bach, Langlais, Barber, Dupré, Consolación, Mendelssohn, Widor
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10,5
Contact: www.MMMH.org
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Frank Zimpel, organ,Alexander Pfeifer, trumpet
Works by Handel, Loeilet, Bach, Albinoni, Vizzutti, Lefébure-Wély, Höhne
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10,5
Contact: www.MMMH.org
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Robert MacDonald, organ
Works by Guilmant, Handel, Elgar, Bach,Dupré, Bizet, Bingham, Liszt
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10,5
Contact: www.MMMH.org
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Janet E Hunt, organ, Leslie L Hunt, flute
Works by Bach, Widor, Howells, Dupré, Franck
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10,5
Contact: www.MMMH.org
String Quartets of Haydn & Mozart www.newportbaroque.org
P Cienniwa, dir
Works by
Hawes Room at Trinity Church
25, $22.50 online, sts, sts, mil, $10 ag
Contact: 401-855-3096
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Wayne Potash, guitar & folk singer:Annual Womansplace Benefit Concert

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Unity Church
8
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Gloriae Dei Artes Organists
Works by Bach, Messiaen, Locklair, others
Church of the Transfiguration

Contact: 508-240-2400 for tickets
Duo Recital/Demonstration
Gerre & Judith Hancock, organ
Works by
Church of the Transfiguration

Contact: 508-240-2400 for tickets

Thomas Murray, organ
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Church of the Transfiguration

Contact: 508-240-2400 for tickets
Choirs of Church of the Holy Spirit & Comm.United Methodist Church(Ryan/Almeida, dirs), Vivaldi Gloria. Michael V. Smith,Chrissy Almeida, Dave Shrewsbury, trad. African praise songs, more

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Church of the Holy Spirit
10
Contact: 508-358-7397

Eaton, dir, David Bonneau, baritone
Works by Dello Joio Jubilant Song,Copland Old American Songs, Bolcom The Mask, Gardner Six American Hymns
Chapel of the Cross
15/12 adv -$1 hc
Contact: 978-562-9838

Convivium Musicum(Barrett, dir)
Works by Lassus, Gesualdo, Hassler, others
Trinity Lutheran

Salisbury Singers, under the direction of Dr. Michelle Graveline, performs famous opera choruses from Carmen, La Traviata, The Magic Flute, and other well-known operas, assisted by a quartet of professional soloists: Ray Bauwens, Gale Fuller, Andrea Matthews, and John Whittlesey. Lynne La Comfora and Olga Rogach, pianists. The gala evening will also feature a silent auction and complimentary wine tasting, courtesy of O'Hara's Wine & Liquors. For more info, visit <a href="www.salisburysingers.org">www.salisburysingers.org</a>. Tickets $20, $18 senior/students, $10 children under 12.
Dr. Michelle Graveline
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First Unitarian Church
$20/$18/$10
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Please join us to celebrate the 140th anniversary of our historic pipe organ. This special evening will feature virtuoso organist and historian Barbara Owen performing in the acoustically superb Still River Meetinghouse. Barbara will also present a citation from the Organ Historical Society that recognizes the exceptional historic merit and worth of preservation of our renowned George Stevens and Co. Organ. Wine and cheese reception to follow.
Barbara Owen
Works by
Still River Baptist Church
donation suggested
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<a href="http://web.me.com/petersberton/All_Saints_Worcester_Music_Web/Annecca.html">http://web.me.com/petersberton/All_Saints_Worcester_Music_Web/Annecca.html</a>
Annecca Smith
Works by
All Saints Church
0
Nicholas White, organ: Wed night summer series. INFORMATION LINE: (978) 685-0693
Nicholas White
Works by Buxtehude, Purcell, Elgar, Vierne, Franck, Reubke
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10/5
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Jacob Street, organ: Wed night summer series. INFORMATION LINE: (978) 685-0693
Jacob Street
Works by Buxtehude, Hindemith, Eben, Tournemire, Widor, Litaize, Dupré.
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10/5
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Joyce Painter Rice
Joyce Painter Rice,
Works by Brahms, Reger, Peeters, Parry, Bach, Guilmant, Ibert, Grünenwald, Tournemire.
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10/5
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Scott Dettra, organ: Wed night summer series. INFORMATION LINE: (978) 685-0693
Scott Dettra
Works by Brahms, Escaich, Bingham, Dupré, Willan, Franck, Vierne
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10/5
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Piano & clarinet
Amy Michelson, piano; Nancy Ackerman, clarinet
Works by Mozart & Friends
First Unitarian of Worcester
0
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more info: <a href="http://images.acswebnetworks.com/1/446/ScheduleandJudgesBios2010.pdf" target="_blank">http://images.acswebnetworks.com/1/446/ScheduleandJudgesBios2010.pdf</a>
Charles Callahan, Fredereick Hohman, and Joyce Jones
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First Church of Christ

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The concert will be performed by the Berkshire Classical Collaborative. Admission is $20 general admission, $15 for students, seniors and members of the Westfield State College community. The Masters Festival of the Arts is a summer-long celebration of the arts at Westfield State College. A full listing of the Festival events can be found at <mastersfestival.com> on the World Wide Web. For more information call 413-572-8835, OR send e-mail to <abonacci@wsc.ma.edu>.
Amanda Burr, violin; Jennifer Combs, cello; John Mason, classical guitar; Kevin Murphy CAGO, piano; Rebecca Noreen, bassoon; Elaine Saloio, Flute; and Steve Wade, oboe
Works by J. S. Bach, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Jean Françaix and Bohuslav Martinu
the Ely Studio Theater of Westfield State College
$20/$15 ssc
The concert will be performed by the Berkshire Classical Collaborative. Admission is $20 general admission, $15 for students, seniors and members of the Westfield State College community. The Masters Festival of the Arts is a summer-long celebration of the arts at Westfield State College. A full listing of the Festival events can be found at <mastersfestival.com> on the World Wide Web. For more information call 413-572-8835, OR send e-mail to <abonacci@wsc.ma.edu>.
Amanda Burr, violin; Jennifer Combs, cello; John Mason, classical guitar; Kevin Murphy CAGO, piano; Rebecca Noreen, bassoon; Elaine Saloio, Flute; and Steve Wade, oboe
Works by J. S. Bach, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Jean Françaix and Bohuslav Martinu
the Ely Studio Theater of Westfield State College
$20/$15 ssc
Organist Peter Krasisnki accompanies a Harold Lloyd silent film- The Eastern Westerner. Free admission
Peter Krasinski
Works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Purvis, von Suppe
Mechanics Hall
0
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<a href="http://www.mechanicshall.org/eventbooking/hook.html" target="_blank">http://www.mechanicshall.org/eventbooking/hook.html</a>
John Baublitz Katelyn Emerson Brian Hunt Griffin McMahon Jennifer McPherson Shane Murphy (see bios below)
Works by
Mechanics Hall
0
Oct 5-8 This year marks the 150th anniversary of Maine's largest 19th-Century tracker-action pipe organ, E. and G. G. Hook's magnificent Opus 288 at St. John's Roman Catholic Church in Bangor. To celebrate this historic instrument and five others in Midcoast Maine, the St. John’s Organ Society, in cooperation with the Organ Historical Society and the Bangor Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, is sponsoring A Hook Holiday this coming fall, on October 5-8. This will be a festival tour of organs built between 1847 and 1909 by E. and G. G. Hook, Hook and Hastings, and George Stevens. A Hook Holiday, a benefit for The St. John’s Organ Society, will feature lectures, panel discussions, and demonstrations, as well as recitals by Kevin Birch (Bangor, Maine), Gunter Kennel (Berlin, Germany), Dana Robinson (Champaign, Illinois), and Paul Tegels (Tacoma, Washington). Other contributors to the festival will be George Bozeman, David Coco, Dav

Works by
St. John's Roman Catholic Church

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Music by & for Women to benefit RESPONSE
Susan Ferre
Works by
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
Donation
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Gerard & Richard de Waardt
Works by
St. Stephen's Church
0

Harold Stover
Works by
First Parish Church, UCC
5 donation
Contact: 207-729-7331
A-No-Ne Trio: Cool Summer Jazz
Honshuku, dir.
Works by
Kings Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Isabelle Demers, organ, pre-concert talk at 6:30pm
Isabelle Demers
Works by
Merrill Auditorium at City Hall
17
Contact: 207-842-0800
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Bryan Ashley
Works by
Old West Church
Donation
Contact: 617-739-1340
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Rutter Requiem http://www.masterworkschorale.org/cms/index.php?page=summer-sings
Jane Ring Frank, cond.
Works by
Nobel & Greenough School
10
Contact: 781-235-6210

Marcel Siebers
Works by
St. Stephen's Church
0

Katelyn Emerson
Works by
First Parish Church, UCC
5 donation
Contact: 207-729-7331
Original works & improvisation
Yael Bat-Shimon
Works by
Kings Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Steven Patchel
Works by
Old West Church
Donation
Contact: 617-739-1340
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Poulenc Gloria http://www.masterworkschorale.org/cms/index.php?page=summer-sings
Anne Watson Born, cond.
Works by
Nobel & Greenough School
10
Contact: 781-235-6210

Peter Sykes
Works by
The Randolph Church
Donation
Contact: 603-326-3242

Ellen Dickinson
Works by
St. Stephen's Church
0

Jennifer McPherson
Works by
First Parish Church, UCC
5 donation
Contact: 207-729-7331
Bach, Mendelssohn, Stanford
Robert Barney
Works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Stanford
Kings Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Pre-concert talk at 6:30 pm
Curtis Connection
Works by
Merrill Auditorium at City Hall
17
Contact: 207-842-0800
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Jacob Street
Works by
Old West Church
Donation
Contact: 617-739-1340
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Mozart Requiem http://www.masterworkschorale.org/cms/index.php?page=summer-sings
Amy Lieberman, cond.
Works by
Nobel & Greenough School
10
Contact: 781-235-6210

Adrienne M Pavur
Works by Bach, Frank, Mulet, Brahms, Near, Manz
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
10
Contact: www.mmmh.org
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J. Samuel Hammond
Works by
St. Stephen's Church
0

Christopher Ganza
Works by
First Parish Church, UCC
5 donation
Contact: 207-729-7331
Works by David Carney & Daniel Pinkham and the world premiere of Larry Bell's new setting of Palm 1
Thomas Gregg, tenor: Dana Whiteside, baritone: Henrich Christensen, organ
Works by Carney, Pinkham, Bell
Kings Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Libor Dudas
Works by
Old West Church
Donation
Contact: 617-739-1340
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In rememberance of Sally Slade Warner
Milford Myhre
Works by
St. Stephen's Church
0

Ray Cornils
Works by
First Parish Church, UCC
5 donation
Contact: 207-729-7331

Leonid Iogansen
Works by Iogansen, Ysaye
Kings Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Pre-concert talk at 6:30 pm

Works by
Merrill Auditorium at City Hall
17
Contact: 207-842-0800
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Christian Lane
Works by
Old West Church
Donation
Contact: 617-739-1340
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Colette Camp, handbells: Russell Camp, keyboard/guitar
Works by
Kings Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Pre-concert talk at 6:30 pm
Chelsea Chen
Works by
Merrill Auditorium at City Hall
17
Contact: 207-842-0800
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Peter Kranefoed
Works by
Kings Chapel
3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Pre-concert talk at 6:30 pm
Ray Cornils, Organ: Festival Brass
Works by
Merrill Auditorium at City Hall
17
Contact: 207-842-0800
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Chamber works on original instruments (second performance at 7:30 PM)
Susan Ferre & Christa Rakich, multiple harpsichords
Works by
St. Paul Lutheran Church
12
Contact: 603-326-3242
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Christa Rakich
Works by Bach
The Randolph Church
12
Contact: 603-326-3242

Susan Ferre, conductor
Works by Bach
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
12
Contact: 603-326-3242
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George Bozeman
Works by
St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts
12
Contact: 603-752-1028
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The Master Singers of Worcester invites singers to attend the open rehearsals for the Boar’s Head Festival, which will be held on Dec.11. All voice parts are being sought, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in participating in this year’s Renaissance costumed festival, may audition at the end of the rehearsal or schedule an audition in September by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. Well known for its annual Boar’s Head production, MSW currently includes about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings starting at 7:15 at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury.For more information, visit <a href="http://mswma.org" target="_blank">http://mswma.org</a>.

Works by
First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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The Master Singers of Worcester invites singers to attend the open rehearsals for the Boar’s Head Festival, which will be held on Dec.11. All voice parts are being sought, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in participating in this year’s Renaissance costumed festival, may audition at the end of the rehearsal or schedule an audition in September by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. Well known for its annual Boar’s Head production, MSW currently includes about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings starting at 7:15 at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury.For more information, visit <a href="http://mswma.org" target="_blank">http://mswma.org</a>.

Works by
First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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Sean Redrow, Organist. Holy Cross Organ Scholar, 1998. Saint John Catholic Church (Worcester, MA). First Baptist Church (Newton, MA).
Sean Redrow, Organ
Works by
College of the Holy Cross, St. Joseph Memorial Chapel

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Brett Maguire, Organist. Holy Cross Organ Scholar, 2002. Wesley United Methodist Church (Worcester, MA). First prize winner: Biarritz, France (2005).
Brett Maguire, Organ
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College of the Holy Cross, St. Joseph Memorial Chapel
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Jeffrey Wood, Organist Holy Cross Organ Scholar 2006 Saint Mary Catholic Church (Milford, MA) Assisted by Michael Calmès, Tenor
Jeffrey Wood, Organ
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College of the Holy Cross, St. Joseph Memorial Chapel
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Renee Anne Louprette, Organist Saint Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church (NYC) Montclair State University (Montclair, NJ) International Concert & Recording Artist
Renee Anne Louprette, Organ
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College of the Holy Cross, St. Joseph Memorial Chapel
0
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Balint Karosi, Organist First Lutheran Church (Boston, MA) First Prize Winner: Leipzig, Germany (2008) International Concert & Recording Artist
Balint Karosi, Organ
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College of the Holy Cross, St. Joseph Memorial Chapel
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Holy Cross Sholar Cantorum and Ensemble Abendmusik. Jennifer McPherson, Holy Cross Organ Scholar 2013. James David Christie, Director.
Holy Cross Scholar Cantorum & Ensemble Abendmusik
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College of the Holy Cross, St. Joseph Memorial Chapel
0
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As our nation observes Labor Day, and the 9th Anniversary of September 11th, the E.M. Skinner organ lends its voice in tribute to America's great organ composers! ... In an indescribably wonderful space, complete with frescoes, gorgeous mosaics, several E.M. Skinners put together for a magnificent instrument.<br> Organ lovers - don't miss this opportunity to hear the organ's newly installed Echo Division! Call 508-240-2400

Works by Buck, Sowerby, Paine, Foote, Samuel Adler, Gerald Near, Dan Locklair, Gardner Read
Church of the Transfiguration
25/20/free
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To kick off the new AGO season, get ready for your stoppers to be blown away with this exciting service:<br> (pre-concert talk: 6:30pm) Service 7-8pm, punch reception.<br> First Unitarian, 90 Main St, Worcester<br> Extended Prelude played by WorcAGO past deans – easy preludes you can use too!<br> Festival hymns (written by WorcAGO members) with descants and timpani<br> Gospel Introit (the rafters will rattle!)<br> Kodaly: Laudes Organi, with Brett Maguire, organ<br> Homily: Rev Richard Jones, WorcAGO Chaplain<br> Postlude Farewell: Peter Stoltzfus-Berton – Vierne Final from Symphony I<br> Reception – Catch up with your colleagues, Meet New Members! CDs, Books on sale
Brett Maguire, organ; Will Sherwood, director
Works by Kodaly, Vierne, hymns by WorcAGO members
First Unitarian

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Bach Magnificat, Charpentier Te Deum. Assabet Valley Mastersingers with orchestra, Robert Eaton, Artistic Director. Soloists Jean Danton, Pamela Dellal, Charles Blandy, Thomas Jones
Assabet Valley Mastersingers/Artistic Director Robert P. Eaton
Works by JS Bach, Marc-Antoine Charpentier
St. Mary's Church
$20 general; $18 students/seniors
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Assabet Valley Mastersingers, Robert P.Eaton, Artistic Director with Organist Brett Maguire. Soloists Margaret Felice, Christina English, Ethan Bremner, David Bonneau. Christmas portion of "Messiah" with audience participation.
Assabet Valley Mastersingers/Artistic Director Robert P. Eaton
Works by George Frideric Handel
Trinity Church
$5
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Orff "Carmina Burana" & Brahms "Neue Liebesleider Waltzer, Op. 65" Assabet Valley Mastersingers, Robert P.Eaton, Artistic Director with two pianos & percussion. Soloists Soprano Maria Ferrante, tenor Arthur Rishi, baritone Philip Lima. Algonquin Reg. HS Concert Choir, Kathrine Waters, Dir.
Assabet Valley Mastersingers/Artistic Director Robert P. Eaton
Works by Carl Orff, Johannes Brahms
St. Mark's School
$20 general; $18 students/seniors
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Purcell "Come, Ye Sons of Art," Britten "Rejoice in the Lamb," Finzi "Lo, the Full Final Sacrifice" Assabet Valley Mastersingers, Artistic Director Robert P. Eaton, Organist Brett Maguire. Soloists Patrice Tiedemann, Jacque Wilson, Stanley Wilson, Steven Small
Assabet Valley Mastersingers/Artistic Director Robert P. Eaton
Works by Henry Purcell, Benjamin Britten, Gerald Finzi
Evangelical Congregational Church
$18 general; $15 students/seniors
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Bach "Magnificat" & Charpentier "Te Deum" with Orchestra & Assabet Valley Mastersingers, Robert P. Eaton, Artistic Director. Soloists Jean Danton, Pamela Dellal, Charles Blandy, Thomas Jones
Assabet Valley Mastersingers/Artistic Director Robert P. Eaton
Works by JS Bach, Marc-Antoine Charpentier
St. Mary's Church
$20 general; $18 students/seniors
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“Changing Landscapes: Youth, Arts & Community” will be the focus of Pakachoag Music School of Greater Worcester’s Annual Meeting scheduled for October 5th. The meeting, in addition to reporting on the School’s progress and recognizing special achievements during 2010, includes special guest and keynote speaker Paul Levenson, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra. Special music presented by students of the Suzuki Violin program; and 10 year faculty member, Maxim Korn, Violin. This meeting is free and open to the public with a light breakfast to be served. RSVP to 508-791-8159 or via email to erpakmusic@earthlink.net no later than September 24th.

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Pakachoag Music School
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We are proud to present the internationally renowned virtuoso organist, Jonas Nordwall. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit us at <a href="www.emcatos.com" target="_blank">www.emcatos.com</a>, contact Sally at 508-674-0276 or send e-mail to tickets@emcatos.com.
Jonas Nordwall
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Shanklin Music Hall
20.00
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The powerful emotions and contrasting serenity of Lux Aeterna are depicted with lush textures with chamber orchestra. Lauridsen uses exquisite harmonic colors and fluid rhythms. Albinoni's Adagio will be performed as the Prelude with strings and organ.
Will Sherwood, director/organist
Works by Lauridsen, Albinoni
First Unitarian

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Gunter Kennel in Concert. Old South Church, Newburyport, MA.
Gunter Kennel
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Old South Church

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Andover Organ Company Open House followed by pizza supper.

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Andover Organ
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First Calvary Baptist Church

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Member recital followed by dinner at the Trinity Episcopal Church, Haverhill, MA

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Trinity Episcopal Church, Haverhill, MA.

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Jonas Nordwall plays the mighty Wurlitzer at the Shanklin Music Hall
Jonas Nordwall
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The Shanklin Music Hall
$20
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Rosemary Bailey plays the Mighty Wurlitzer at Knight Auditorium, Babson College
Rosemary Bailey
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Knight Auditorium, Babson College
16
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Rosemary Bailey plays the mighty Wurlitzer at the Shanklin Music Hall
Rosemary Bailey
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The Shanklin Music Hall
20
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The Chopin-Schumann Year, a concert of Chopin piano pieces and 2 song cycles by Schumann with 1840 Erard piano.

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Ashburnham Community Church
$10.00
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S.Rachmaninoff: Prelude in c sharp minor for piano; Sonata in g minor for cello and piano<br> J.Sibelius - Andante Festivo<br> E. Grieg - Holberg Suite<br> J. Haydn - Concerto in C major for cello and orchestra<br> Opening concert with 2007 Tchaikovsky Gold Medalist, Cellist, Sergey Antonov, and Pianist, Ilya Kazantsev, prize winner, World Piano Competition. They are joined by the Boston Chamber Orchestra, Yohei Sato, conductor. Antonov has performed around the globe in concert from the Moscow Conservatory's Great Hall to Suntory Hall in Japan. Closer to home he is a repeat guest artist at the Newport Music Festival in Rhode Island. He has appeared on Russian National Televison in performance with the Moscow Philharmonic in their "Stars of the 21st Century" series and in live concert on Boston's NPR radio station WGBH. In addition to winnin
Cellist, Sergey Antonov, and Pianist, Ilya Kazantsev
Works by Haydn, Rachmaninoff, Grieg, Sibelius
Sorenson Center for the Arts - Babson College
56 to 42
On the first Monday of each month, the Worcester AGO will be visiting a different organ in the greater Worcester area. All are welcome to attend, learn about an instrument, and play our city's fine instruments. The Taylor & Boody Opus 9, is one of the great organs in the country. A four-manual instrument built in the 17th-century North German style, it is a perfect instrument for Buxtehude, Böhm, and Bruhns, to name but a few. The instrument is surprisingly versatile, so don't be afraid to bring some other repertoire as well! Please note: while the chapel is HC accessible, getting into the organ loft is not and requires some climbing.

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St. Joseph Chapel, College of the Holy Cross

First Baptist Church of Gardner, Massachusetts is proud to present Fiddler and Vocalist Donna Hebert, as well as her accompanist, Max Cohen. As the city of Gardner celebrates its 225th anniversary, and as First Baptist Church prepares to honor its 180th anniversary, Donna and Max will take us back to the Celtic and Canadian-French roots that played such an important role in the founding days of this great city. Please join us for this music-filled afternoon! Tickets available only at the door; free admission for children. (Handicap accessible.) Proceeds to benefit young musicians through the instrumental music program at Gardner Middle School.&nbsp; For more information, please contact David Moulton, Minister of Music, at <A href="mailto:music.fbcgardner@verizon.net">music.fbcgardner@verizon.net</A>, or call the church office at 978-632-4272.
Donna Hebert & Max Cohen
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First Baptist Church
10.00
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Joshua Carter
Works by Debussy, Karg-Elert, Ridout
Kings Chapel
3
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Liz Horowitz, Harrison Kelton
Works by Bach, Chaminade, Alain
St. John the Evangelist
donation
Solemn Mass of St. Michael & All Angels
Dwyer, dir; Wood, dir/org
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Church of the Advent
donaion
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Peter Stoltzfus Berton
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Trinity Church
5
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encoremusiccreations.com
Scott Perkins, tenor and saxophone; Brett Judson, organ & piano; Lars Gjerde, organ & Jazz piano
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United Parish or Brokline
donation
18th Century Italian music for viol & lute

Works by Corelli, Zamboni, Fontinelli, Mascitt, Antoniotti, Zuccari
Lindsay Chapel, First Church Congregational
20/17

Christian Lane
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Trinity Church
5
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The Italian Madrigals of Palestrina

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University Lutheran Church
15/25/35
The Italian Madrigals of Palestrina

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First Lutheran Church of Boston
15/25/35

David Dahl
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St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
donation
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Transcriptions for Organ, lecture-demonstration by Thomas Murray

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Marsh Chapel, Boston University


Henrich Christensen
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Trinity Church
5
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King's Chapel Choir & Soloists; El Dorado Consort of Viols; Heinrich Christensen, director. Anthems of the Tudors: works by Byrd, Tallis, Gibbons, and Purcell

Works by Byrd, Tallis, Gibbons, and Purcell
Kings Chapel
15/10
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Stuart Foster
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Trinity Church
5
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Kristen Watson, Soprano
Kristen Watson
Works by Handel, Lulier, Cesarini, Sarri, Scarkatti
First Parish
20/25

Paul Jacobs
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall
20/25
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Kristen Watson, Soprano
Kristen Watson
Works by Handel, Lulier, Cesarini, Sarri, Scarkatti
Emmanuel Church
20/25
Choral Workshod with David Carrier

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Wellesley Congregational Church


Brandon Santini
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Trinity Church
5
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Halloween organ concert full of surprises! Refreshments and games follow
Brian Jones
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Trinity Episcopal Church
free
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A story for children and parents about the pipe organ. Luncheon Follows

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First Lutheran Church of Boston
free
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Prelude at 3:30, service at 4:00

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First Lutheran Church of Boston

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Salisbury Singers commemorates the 325th anniversary of the birth of J. S. Bach with 2 of Bach's best-known cantatas: Nun komm der Heiden Heiland BWV 62 and Wachet auf BWV 140. Also on the program will be Motet No. 6 Lobet den Herrn BWV 630. With the Bach Consort of Worcester. Michelle Graveline, Director.
Salisbury Singers and Bach Consort of Worcester, Michelle Graveline, Director
Works by J. S. Bach
Trinity Lutheran Church
$25, $20 seniors, $10 students with ID
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Kathy St. George, Maureen Brennan and Brian DeLorenzo. Jonathan Ortloff
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The Hanover Theatre
25-32
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Carols by Candlelight Annual concert of choral Christmas music under the direction of Jennie Simmons(AGO member)
Ecuminical Choir/Jennie Simmons
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United Church of Ware

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Annual concert of choral Christmas music under the direction of Jennie Simmons(AGO member)
Ecuminical Choir/Jennie Simmons
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United Church of Ware

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Annual concert of choral Christmas music under the direction of Jennie Simmons(AGO member)
Ecuminical Choir/Jennie Simmons
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United Church of Ware

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Annual concert of choral Christmas music under the direction of Jennie Simmons(AGO member)
Ecuminical Choir/Jennie Simmons
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United Church of Ware

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Silent film presentation at All Saints with live organ accompaniment by Peter Krasinski
Peter Krasinski
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All Saints Church

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an introduction to playing the organ for pianists

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Salem Covenant Church

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Renea Waligoria & Robin Dinda present organ music for 4 hands and 4 feet
Renea Waligoria and Robin Dinda
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First Baptist Church
10/5
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Come hear and get the chance to play the organ of Wesley United Methodist Church

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Wesley United Methodist Church



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Mechanics Hall
FREE
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Come hear and get the chance to play the organ of Immaculate Conception Church
C. Henry Mason
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Immaculate Conception

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First Unitarian Church

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Pakachoag Church

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Trinity Lutheran Church

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Music Worcester presents annual holiday performance of Handel's Messiah in Mechanics Hall for over 100 years. Tickets on-line at <a href="http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/handels-messiah" target="_blank">http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/handels-messiah</a> or call 508-754-3231. Soloists Gina Beck, soprano, Krista River, Alto, Charles Blandy, Tenor, Robert Honeysucker, Bass.
The Worcester Chorus, Christopher Shepard, Artistic Director
Works by George F. Handel
Mechanics Hall
$37, $34, students $20/$15 at door
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Music Worcester presents annual holiday performance of Handel\'s Messiah in Mechanics Hall for over 100 years. Tickets on-line at musicworcester.org or call 508-754-3231. Soloists Gina Beck, soprano, Krista River, Alto, Charles Blandy, Tenor, Robert Honeysucker, Bass.
The Worcester Chorus, Christopher Shepard, Artistic Director
Works by George F. Handel
Mechanics Hall
$37, $34, students $20/$15 at door
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Music Worcester presents annual holiday performance of Handel's Messiah in Mechanics Hall for over 100 years. Tickets on-line at <a href="http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/handels-messiah" target="_blank">http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/handels-messiah</a> or call 508-754-3231. Soloists Gina Beck, soprano, Krista River, alto, Charles Blandy, tenor, Robert Honeysucker, bass.
The Worcester Chorus, Christopher Shepard, Artistic Director
Works by George F. Handel
Mechanics Hall
$37, $34, students $20/$15 at door
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A seasonal celebration of music and the fine arts. Our program begins with a vocal recital by Claire Woodbury Paquette, mezzo soprano, and Steven Small, baritone with Shirley Patch, accompanist. This will be followed by a wine and cheese reception with a display of art works by artists from our congregation.

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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
$10
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a lively concert featuring new Christmas carol arrangements along with classics - a variety of musical styles (from Classical to Jazz with a touch of New Age) will bring joy for all ages) A $20 donation is requested to support the new Worcester nonprofit Jericho Road, which matches volunteer professional skills with non-profit agencies needing help.h More info & concert audio preview at: <a href="http://christmas-memories.us/" target="_blank">http://christmas-memories.us/</a> Sr./Students $10
Maria Ferrante, soprano, Rafael Popper-Keizer cello, Will Sherwood piano/organ
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First Baptist Church
20
A Christmas Organ Concert will be held at (St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 5 Washington St., Hudson) ~ Friday, December 17th at 6:30 PM followed by Holiday Refreshments. Admission $10.00 (individuals) and $20.00 (families). Dr. Francis Poindexter will be performing Traditional Carols & Original Compositions on our antique Muller organ. He has his Doctorate in organ performance from Columbia University. Francis has had concert tours in England, France, Germany, and Italy, as well as the United States. He has had the distinct honor of performing for his all holiness Dimitrios ~ Patriarch of Constantinople, as well as Former President ~ William Jefferson Clinton. A festive event held in our historic church to kick off the holiday season. Questions/information call 978-562-2701.
Dr. Francis Poindexter
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St. Luke's Episcopal Church
$10 individuals, $20 families
A Christmas tradition at First Baptist is the candle-lit Choral Evensong based on the Celebration of Lessons and Carols from King's College, Cambridge, England.
hancel Choir, harp, violin and organ, William Ness, Minister of Music & Arts
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First Baptist Church

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Come to an exciting event with handbell choirs ringing Christmas music! FOUR handbell choirs performing: · First Congregational Church, Shrewsbury, MA—Malcolm Halliday, director · First Congregational Church, West Boylston, MA—Judy Kavanaugh, director · Wesley United Methodist Church, Worcester, MA—Brett Maguire, director · First Baptist Church, Worcester, MA—William Ness, director Sponsored by the Music & Arts Department at First Baptist Church, Worcester Corner of Park & Salisbury, Worcester, MA Massed ringing, community singing with bells, and individual choir ringing. Come—don’t miss a wonderful, joyful Christmas music experience. This only happens once a year, so be here! Dessert reception following.
First Congregational Church, Shrewsbury, MA—Malcolm Halliday, director; First Congregational Church, West Boylston, MA—Judy Kavanaugh, director; Wesley United Methodist Church, Worcester, MA—Brett Maguire, director; First Baptist Church, Worcester, MA—William Ness, director
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First Baptist Church

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The audience is invited to sing along with the Chorus and Orchestra in their favorite Messiah choruses, which include Glory of the Lord, Thou that tellest Good Tidings, For Unto Us a Child is Born, Glory to God in the Highest, His Yoke is Easy, Behold the Lamb of God, Lift up your heads, and of course, the Hallelujah Chorus. See this Wikipedia entry on a Messiah Sing (aka a Scratch Messiah). Do I have to be a professional singer? Anyone who wants to sing is welcome, however, non singers are also invited to come and just enjoy the music! Do I have to have my own score? If you are a singer, please bring your own music scores (G. Schirmer edition). Music scores are available to borrow or purchase (supplies are limited). What if I want to sit with/bring my choir? Seating is unreserved, and doors open 1/2 hour prior to the concert. No reservations are necessary, but groups of 10 or more singers may email or call for group seating
Worcester Youth Orchestra, Audrey White, conductor
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First Baptist Church
15 single/25 family
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Concert by the Holy Cross Choir and Chamber Singers, with organ and brass quintet. One of the carols is "Glory to God in Highest Heaven!" from _One Cold, Clear Night in Bethlehem_, a cantata by Dorothy Frisch, WorcAGO member.
Holy Cross Choir and Chamber Singers/Dr. Pamela Mindell
Works by Dorothy Frisch
St. Joseph Memorial Chapel at College of the Holy Cross

Concert by the Holy Cross Choir and Chamber Singers, with organ and brass quintet. One of the carols is \"Glory to God in Highest Heaven!\" from _One Cold, Clear Night in Bethlehem_, a cantata by Dorothy Frisch, WorcAGO member. <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/publicaffairs/press_releases/2009-2010/music_schedule_fall_10" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/publicaffairs/press_releases/2009-2010/music_schedule_fall_10</a>
Holy Cross Choir and Chamber Singers/Dr. Pamela Mindell
Works by Dorothy Frisch
St. Joseph Memorial Chapel at College of the Holy Cross

Concert by the Holy Cross Choir and Chamber Singers, with organ and brass quintet. One of the carols is \\\"Glory to God in Highest Heaven!\\\" from _One Cold, Clear Night in Bethlehem_, a cantata by Dorothy Frisch, WorcAGO member. <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/publicaffairs/press_releases/2009-2010/music_schedule_fall_10" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/publicaffairs/press_releases/2009-2010/music_schedule_fall_10</a>
Holy Cross Choir and Chamber Singers/Dr. Pamela Mindell
Works by Dorothy Frisch
St. Joseph Memorial Chapel at College of the Holy Cross

Midday Harpsichord recital by Michelle Graveline playing Partita in G Major by J. S. Bach. 12:15-12:45.
Michelle Graveline
Works by J. S. Bach
First Church Boston

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Richard Webster
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Trinity Church
Suggested donation $5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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The Rise of the Fench Oboe Band
Ruiz dir.
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First Church Congregational

Contact: http://www.bemf.org/pages/concerts/10-11_boston/symphonie_dragons.htm
Includes improvisation “Kresge Reawakened”
David Briggs
Works by
Kresge Auditorium at MIT
Free
Contact: leonardociampa.com/MIT
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Mendelssohn, Sonata VI; Clerambault, Suite du 2eme Ton.
James Swist
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King's Chapel
Suggested donation $3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Charles Sherman
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First Church Boston
Donation
Contact: 617-267-6730
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Nathan Gumbs
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Trinity Church
Suggested donation $5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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Clasics and improvs on submitted themes
David Briggs
Works by Bach, Briggs, Howells, Tchaikovsky/Briggs, Grieg/Briggs, Liszt
Old West Church
$20/10/15
Contact: 617-739-1340
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Prelude Recital: Reubke Sonata on the 94th Psalm
Daniel J McKinley
Works by Reubke
Church of the Advent
Donation
Contact: 617-532-2377 x141
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Dwyer, dir; Wood dir/org
Choir of the Church of the Advent
Works by Howells, Rose, Willaert, Lemon
Church of the Advent
Donation
Contact: 617-523-2377 x141
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King's Chapel Choir; Christensen, dir: New works by Cooman, Woodman, Carney, Pinkham, Selby, Billings

Works by Christensen, dir: New works by Cooman, Woodman, Carney, Pinkham, Selby, Billings
King's Chapel
Suggested donation $10/15
Contact: 617-227-2155
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When Sense Meets Sensuality; Popular Medieval Melodies”

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King's Chapel
Suggested donation $3
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Richard Hill, Beth Safford
Works by Bach, Handel, Faure, Von Suppe
Unity Church
Free
Contact: 508-238-6081
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Sylvia Berry
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First Church Boston
Donation
Contact: 617-267-6730
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Kristian Schneider
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Trinity Church
Suggested donation $5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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(chalumeau, bassoon, traverso, violin, viola, cello, harpsichord) “Hidden Treasures from the German Baroque

Works by Janitsch, Hasse, Graupner, Heinichen, and more
First Parish
$20/25 – under 17 free
Contact: 781-466-6694
(chalumeau, bassoon, traverso, violin, viola, cello, harpsichord) “Hidden Treasures from the German Baroque

Works by Janitsch, Hasse, Graupner, Heinichen, and more
Old South Church
$20/25 – under 17 free
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“The Sacred North” Barber, Prayers of Kierkegaard
Lester, dir; Christensen, org
Works by Barber, Grieg, Nystedt, Hovlan, Olsson
St. Paul Church
$10/20
Contact: 617-926-0126
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Music for Voices and Viols

Works by Byrd, Gibbons, Tomkins
University Lutheran Church
$35/25/15 - $5sts, srs
Contact: 857-998-0219
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Dowland consort Songs, Lachrimae, lute solos, other works

Works by
First Church Congregational
$17/22
Contact: 617-776-0692
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Dowland consort Songs, Lachrimae, lute solos, other works

Works by
Somerville Museum
$12/17
Contact: 617-666-9810
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Music for Voices and Viols

Works by Byrd, Gibbons, Tomkins
First Lutheran Church of Boston
$35/25/15 - $5sts, srs
Contact: 857-998-0219
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Christa Rakich
Works by
First Church Boston
Donation
Contact: 617-267-6730
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Michael Murray
Works by
Trinity Church
Suggested donation $5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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Schutz, Musicalische Exequien; Purcell, Funeral Sentences
Schola Cantorum of Boston (Jodry, dir)
Works by Schutz, Purcell
Church of St. John the Evangelist
$25 gen/20 srs/8 sts
Contact: info@scholacantorumboston.com
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Schutz, Musicalische Exequien; Purcell, Funeral Sentences
Schola Cantorum of Boston (Jodry, dir)
Works by
St. Joseph's Church
$25 gen/20 srs/8 sts
Contact: info@scholacantorumboston.com
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Mary Jane Rupert, harp; Peter H Bloom, flutes; Frank Grimes, violin
Mary Jane Rupert, harp; Peter H Bloom, flutes; Frank Grimes, violin
Works by Vercoe, Debussy, Saint-Saens, Francaix
Meeting House of the First Universalist Society
$15/10/5 music sts <12 free
Contact: 508-520-9238
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Schutz, Musicalische Exequien; Purcell, Funeral Sentences
Schola Cantorum of Boston (Jodry, dir)
Works by
St. pauls Church
$25 gen/20 srs/8 sts
Contact: info@scholacantorumboston.com
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Christ Church Evensong Choir (Forster, dir/org): Choral Evensong

Works by Howells, White, Sumsion, Hogan, Foster, Dupre
Christ Church
Donation
Contact: 617-876-0200
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Balint Karosi
Works by
First Church Boston
Donation
Contact: 617-267-6730
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Andy Kotylo
Works by
Trinity Church
Suggested donation $5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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Coaching with Eric Haas, Sarah Cantor, John Tyson & Sheila Beardslee: “From the Heart” -amorous chansons & madrigals
Eric Haas, Sarah Cantor, John Tyson, Sheila Beardslee
Works by
Trinity Episcopal Church
$15.00
Contact: 978-264-0584
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“The Conductor: Mind and Soul” Workshop for Conductors – PRE-REGISTRATION PREFERRED
Steven A Russell
Works by
First Baptist Church
20.00
Contact: hemiola@optonline.net

Jean Rife
Works by
First Church Boston
Donation
Contact: 617-267-6730
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Micahel Smith
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Trinity Church
Suggested donation $5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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Giovanni Antonini, dir/flute. Pre concert talk at 7pm

Works by Castello, Merula, Buonamente, Legrenzi, Vivaldi, Galuppi
Sanders Theater

Contact: BEMF.org
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Family concert followed by organ tour and cartooning for first 220 kids to register
Rob Richards, organ; Jeff Pert, cartoonist
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Merrill Auditorium at City Hall
Reserved seating $17/10
Contact: 207-842-0800
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Bach Leipzig Chorales, part I
Heinrich Christensen
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King's Chapel
Suggested donation $10/15
Contact: 617-227-2155
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Christopher Boyd Brown, Lecturer; Balint Karosi, organ; FLC Choir; period instruments

Works by
First Lutheran Church of Boston
Free
Contact: 617-283-1905
Accessible
A Handel Birthday Celebration
Richard Hill
Works by
Unity Church
Free
Contact: 508-238-6081
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Janet Hunt
Works by
MIT Chapel
Free
Contact: leonardociampa.com/MIT
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Leon Schelhase
Works by
First Church Boston
Donation
Contact: 617-267-6730
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Harry Huff
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Trinity Church
Suggested donation $5
Contact: 617-536-0944
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The Genius of Mozart. Pre concert talk at 7pm
Kristian Bezuidenhout
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Sanders Theater

Contact: BEMF.org
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Celebrate the beauty and delight of the Christmas Season with Mechanics Hall's annual concert, a part of the E G & G Hook Organ Concert Series - "The Worcester Organ"
Will Sherwood, Lucia Falco, William Ness, John Weit, Graeme McCullough
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Mechanics Hall
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Postponed until May: Chapter Students who received scholarships in the 2010-2011 season will present a recital to demonstrate their skills and show off the hard work they have put in over the past year.

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First Baptist Church

Duo Keyboard concert presented by "Arts on the Green" Malcolm Halliday organist and pianist performs with renowned organist and pianist Brett Maguire in "Dueling Keyboards" a concert of works for two organs, piano and organ, four-hand piano, and organ duet. Works for two performers by Callahan, Dinda, Debussy, Dupre, Schwoebel and Soler. Brett Maguire will also perform two solo organ works. Free admission, with donations accepted at the door ($10 suggested donation). For directions or more information, call 508-845-7286. "Arts on the Green" is supported in part by a grant from the Shrewsbury Cultural Council, a local agency which is suppported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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First Congregational Church
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pianist Malcolm Halliday with bass-baritone Robert Osborne and clarinetist Chester Brezniak. Solo piano works by Gershwin and Fragoso, songs by Berlioz, Hahn, Gounod, Schubert, Wolf, Brahms, Spohr, Ellington and Clark University Professor Mathew Malsky's The Great Lover. Also featuring a Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano by Malcolm Arnold. Free admission.

Works by
Razzo Hall, Traina Center, Clark University
10
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pianist Malcolm Halliday with bass-baritone Robert Osborne and clarinetist Chester Brezniak. Solo piano works by Gershwin and Fragoso, songs by Berlioz, Hahn, Gounod, Schubert, Wolf, Brahms, Spohr, Ellington and Clark University Professor Mathew Malsky\'s The Great Lover. Also featuring a Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano by Malcolm Arnold. Free admission.

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Razzo Hall, Traina Center, Clark University
$10
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Oklahoma Competition Winner plays music of Bach, Franck, Duruflé, Dupré, Reger, and the entire Vierne 3rd Symphonie. Extensively renovated 53-rank Austin in a visually beautiful, and acoustically stunning, space.
Monica Czausz
Works by Bach, Franck, Reger, Dupré, Duruflé, Vierne
Christ Church Cathedral

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Titulaire plays a varied program featuring the Saint-Saens Carnival of the Animals, with poems by Ogden Nash & Peter Schickele, and a large screen and projector for audience viewing of the performer. Children especially welcome.
Peter B. Beardsley, FAGO
Works by Bach, Franck, Alain, Duruflé, Saint-Saens
Christ Church Cathedral

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Organ recital by Justin Blackwell, Associate Director of Music, Marsh Chapel followed by a performance of Lauridsen's "Lux Aeterna" presented by First Baptist Choir, United Methodist Choir and members of the Assabet Valley Chambersingers
Justin Blackwell organist, Dr. Robert Eaton, Director
Works by
First Baptist Church
$10
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A musical dialogue among the sounds of the earth and its inhabitants.<br> The Earth, taken as a whole, affects all life and matter around, within and upon our planet with a unique power. This is the basis of the <i>Gaia Hypothesis</i>, a book by James Havelock and Lynn Margulis, who believe that the Earth has a life of its own which is greater than the sum of its parts, that there is an intense synergy between the smallest bacteria and the largest animal and vegetative life. Thus the inspiration for <i>Missa Gaia</i> (Gaia is Greek for Earth).
Will Sherwood, director; Jim Scott, vocals/guitar, Bob Gordon, percussion
Works by
First Unitarian Church

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Join us on Wednesday, April 13 at noon for the next Worcester Organ concert, featuring Griffin McMahon, an accomplished young organist from Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Griffin first performed on the Mechanics Hall organ in Summer 2010 as part of the youth showcase. The concert lasts one hour and patrons are encouraged to bring their brown bag lunch or purchase one at the Hall. Admission is free.
Griffin McMahon
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Mechanics Hall

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Benefit concert hosted by First Baptist Church of Gardner. Proceeds to benefit the instrumental music program at Gardner Middle School.

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First Baptist Church of Gardner

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Sacred Music Series at All Saints Church <br>David Briggs is Organist Emeritus, Gloucester Cathedral, England. recital will conclude with improvisations on themes submitted by the audience. A reception follows the recital, in the Guild Room.<br> allsaintsmusic@allsaintsw.org 508-752-3766

Works by Bach, Briggs, Haydn, Franck, Dupre, improvisations
All Saints Church

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Hans Hielscher, Organist and Carillonneur at the Marktkirche, Wiesbaden, Germany, will perform on the historic E.M. Skinner Opus 322 organ. $10 gen./$5 st/sr. This project is supported in part by a grant from the Holyoke Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Hans Uwe Hielscher
Works by
The United Congregational Church of Holyoke

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Open to any director wishing to screen soloists/section leaders. Lunch included. BostonSingersResource.org

Works by
Honan-Allston Library
$40/$25 BSR
Contact: 978-352-5058
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Join us at Wesley Church for an evening of hot jazz and cool sounds! The eleventh annual Sundberg Memorial Concert (in memory of Rev. Roland Sundberg) will take place on Friday evening, April 29, at 7:30pm in the sanctuary of Wesley United Methodist Church at the corner of Main and State Streets in downtown Worcester. The featured group will be Ross Tucker's Hot Cat Jazz Band, from Wethersfield, CT. It is guaranteed that you will walk home from their performance singing and tapping your toes! Since 1990, the Hot Cat Jazz Band has been one of the hottest Dixieland and Swing jazz bands on the East Coast. The band is increasingly popular for their exciting arrangements and entertaining performances, coupled with hard blowing and original arrangements of traditional jazz standards. Their prime influences include the likes of Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Fats Waller, Jellyroll Morton, Nat "King" Cole, Louis Jordan and Duke Ellington. The Hot Cat Jazz Band was founded by leader a

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Wesley United Methodist Church

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EMCATOS.org

Works by
Shanklin Music Hall

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Holy Cross Scholar Cantorum & Ensemble Abendmusik:(McPherson, org; Christie, dir):
Works by
St. Joseph Memorial Chapel

Contact: 508-793-2296
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Choral Evensong: http://ccambridge.org
(Forster, dir/org):
Works by Bridge, Tomkins, Leighton, Howells, Byrd, Elgar
Zero Garden St

Contact: 617-876-0200
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memorialchurch.harvard.edu
Harvard University Choir, Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra (EE Jones, dir):
Works by
Memorial Church at Harvard

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eds.edu

Works by
St John's Memorial Chapel, Episcopal Divinity School

Contact: 617-682-1506
Accessible


Works by
First Church Boston

Contact: 617-267-6730
Accessible


Works by
Trinity Church

Contact: 617-536-0944
Accessible

El Dorado Ensemble: Praetorius, von Hesssen, Widmann, Cato, others
Works by
Lindsay Chapel, First Church Congregational

Contact: 617-776-0692
Accessible

El Dorado Ensemble: Praetorius, von Hesssen, Widmann, Cato, others
Works by
Somerville Museum

Contact: 617-666-9810
Accessible


Works by
First Church Boston

Contact: 617-267-6730
Accessible


Works by
Trinity Church

Contact: 617-536-0944
Accessible
http://oldwestorgansociety.org

Works by
Old West Church
OWOS
Contact: 617-739-1340
Accessible


Works by
University Lutheran Church,
$15-25-35
Contact: 857-998-0219
Accessible


Works by
First Lutheran Church of Boston
$15-25-35
Contact: 857-998-0219
Accessible
United Parish Chancel Choir
Susan DeSelms, organ; Coro Allegro (Hodgkins, dir):
Works by
Church of the Covenant
$18-28-38
Accessible

Lionheart vocal ensemble;Ray Cornils, organ;Portland String Quartet:
Works by
Merrill Auditorium
$34 members
Contact: 207-842-0800
Accessible

Chamber Singers (Young, dir):Gjielo, Victoria, Hassler, Busto, Powell, Berg
Works by
King's Chapel

Contact: 617-227-2155
Accessible

Abram Bezuijen, organ
Works by
Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard
free
Contact: 617-495-8597
Accessible

Jeffrey Smith, organ;Allen Warren, Reader
Works by
Church of the Advent

Contact: 617-523-2377 x141
Accessible
oldpostroad.org
Musicians of the Old Post Road
Works by
Christ Church

Contact: 781-466-6694
Accessible
recordersearlymusic.org
Consort coaching with Daniel Meyers,Justin Godoy & Sheila Beardsley
Works by
Trinity Episcopal Church

Contact: 978-264-0584
Accessible

Hovhannes Three Motets,Op. 259,Liszt Missa Choralis
Works by
Church of the Transfiguration

Contact: 508-240-2400
Accessible

George Sargeant & Harry Lyn Huff, Organists
Works by
Old South Church

Contact: 617-536-1970
Accessible


Works by
First Lutheran Church of Boston
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Contact: 857-998-0219
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Handbells of Unity Church & St Mark's Congregational, Roxbury
Works by
Unity Church

Contact: 508-238-6081
Accessible

Hovhannes Three Motets,Op. 259,Liszt Missa Choralis
Works by
see web site

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memorialchurch.harvard.edu
Harvard University Choir, James Onstad, tenor; Jonathan Mark Roberts, bass-baritone
Works by
Memorial Church at Harvard

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oldpostroad.org
Musicians of the Old Post Road
Works by
First Unitarian Church

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Delibes, Franck, Fauré, Caplet, Bach, Britten

Works by
King's Chapel

Contact: 617-227-2155
Accessible

St Mary's Adult Choir (Totter, dir):
Works by
St Mary's Church

Contact: 508-429-4427
Accessible

Hovhannes Three Motets,Op. 259,Liszt Missa Choralis
Works by
Shalin Liu Performance Center

Contact: 978-546-7391
Accessible
Solo Singer Open Auditions/ http://www.bostonsingersresource.org/

Works by
See web site

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Works by
Merrill Auditorium
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Maunder Olivet to Calvary

Works by
Immaculate Conception Church

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saxophone and harpsichord
Noah Getz, saxophone; Jacqueline Pollauf, harpsicord
Works by
Kings Chapel

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Works by
First Church Boston

Contact: 617-267-6730
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Songs & Dances of Early America.
Barbara Hopkins, flute; Judy Handler, guitar
Works by
Kings Chapel

Contact: 617-227-2155
Accessible


Works by
First Church Boston

Contact: 617-267-6730
Accessible


Works by
Adolphus Busch Hall

Contact: 617-495-8597
Accessible


Works by
Trinity Church

Contact: 617-536-0944
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EMCATOS.org

Works by
Knight Auditorium

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accompanying Cecil B DeMille silent movie, 1927

Works by
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Celebrating the great constellation of stars visible from the southern hemisphere, a season-closing concert of music from South Africa, Argentina and Australia, including several U.S. premieres and several commissioned works for the chorus. More information and tickets available at <a href="http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/southern-cross-concert-celebrating-great-southern-constellation-stars" target="_blank">http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/southern-cross-concert-celebrating-great-southern-constellation-stars</a>. The Worcester Chorus is presented by Music Worcester, Inc.508-754-3231.
The Worcester Chorus, Christopher Shepard, Artistic Director
Works by Richard Charlton, Philip Jameson, Anna Jacobs, Paul Jarman, Ariel Ramirez
First Unitarian Church
on-line or phone, cash or checks at door
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Piano and organ music performed by Carolyn Graham and Randy Bloom in memory of LeRoy K. Hanson, former minister of music, Wesley Church, Worcester, MA.

Works by
Pakachoag Congregational Church

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Works to be heard are BACH, Weinen, Klagen variations, Prometheus, Harmonies du Soir, etc.

Works by All Liszt
First Baptist Chuirch

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On Sunday, May 15th at 3 PM, the Monadnock Chapter of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) will present a members recital at the Temple Congregational Church (Rt. 45 in Temple, NH) in honor of retiring organist and chapter member Arlene Dart. Members performing include: Gene Faxon, Robert Popple, and Kevin Mathieu. Kevin Mathieu is also a local pipe organ technician and will give a brief presentation about the churches pipe organ, it's history and how it works.
Gene Faxon, Robert Popple, Kevin Mathieu
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Temple Congregational Church

2010-11 Scholarship recipients will perform works by Wilbur Held, Austin Lovelace, John Ferguson, D. Buxtehude, and Bach
Horacio Castro, Justin Hernandez, Marcel Sanders, Lydia Grek (Students of William Ness) and Meredith Gibbons (Student of Brett Maguire)
Works by
First Baptist

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Organ recital in celebration of the installation of The Rodgers Trillium Masterpiece 838 Organ series, Opus 1682. Recital by Brett Maguire, organist at Wesley United Methodist Church in Worcester. Light refreshments before and after concert.
Brett Maguire
Works by
St. Matthew's Parish

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Christ Church Cathedral (Hartford) Choir, Soloists and Chamber Orchestra present Mozart's "Requiem" (Richard Maunder completion) in observance of the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. This performance is part of the 9 11 11 Project: A National Requiem of Remembrance. Performed with support from the Greater Hartford Arts Council.
Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Kevin Jones, conductor
Works by Mozart Requiem (Richard Maunder completion)
Christ Church Cathedral
860.527.7231, x112 for tickets.
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Variety program includes Bach Double Concerto in d for 2 violins, Bloch's Suite Modale for flute and Giuliana Guitar concerto. Lori Halt flute, Jagan Nath Khalsa and Gordon Strick violins, John Kelly cello, Peter Grey piano.

Works by
Trinity Episcopal Church
$10 adults, $15 family
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Music Worcester presents the distinguished St. Petersburg Symphony, Alexander Titov, Conductor, with multi prize-winning cellist Dmitry Kouzov. More info on web site <a href="http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/st-petersburg-symphony-orchestra-alexander-titov-conductor-dmitry-kouzov-cello" target="_blank">http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/st-petersburg-symphony-orchestra-alexander-titov-conductor-dmitry-kouzov-cello</a>. pre-concert at 7PM. Optional gala dinner - call for info. Sponsor: The Worcester Music Guild. Media Sponsor: Worcester Telegram & Gazette. Tickets by phone now; on-line Sept. 1st. 508-754-3231 Discount info on web site - call for discounts. Students $15 at door.
St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Titov, Conductor, Dmitry Kouzov, Cello
Works by Glinka, Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky
Mechanics Hall
Call for ticket reserv. now. Avail on-l
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Music Worcester, Inc. presents a return engagement to the Tuckerman Hall stage for this fine pair of renowned pianists. Four decades of playing together have enriched their intuitive relationship with one another and with audiences. Sponsor: The Hellenic Arts Society. Info on web site for deals and discounts. Students $15 at door always. <a href="http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/anagnoson-kinton-piano-duo-0" target="_blank">http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/anagnoson-kinton-piano-duo-0</a>
James Anagnoson and Leslie Kinton
Works by Beethoven, Schubert, Stravinsky, Rachmaninov
Tuckerman Hall
Call for ticket reserv. now. Avail on-l
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Music Worcester presents the San Francisco-based NCCO, always fresh and exciting, with innovative programming. Internationally celebrated violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg is Music Director and Concertmaster - the ensemble performs without conductor. More info on web site. Call 508-754-3231. <a href="http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/new-century-chamber-orchestra-nadja-salerno-sonnenberg-violin-and-music-director" target="_blank">http://www.musicworcester.org/events-tickets/new-century-chamber-orchestra-nadja-salerno-sonnenberg-violin-and-music-director</a>.
New Century Chamber Orchestra, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg
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Mechanics Hall
Call for ticket reserv. now. Avail on-l
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David Higgs, Ann Labounsky, Shelly Moorman Stahlman, Christa Rakich and Christopher Young play at First Lutheran, Boston and continue to Church of the Advent for the second half of the concert.

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First Lutheran Church

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Christopher Gage, Raymond Nagem, Kevin Neel, Caroline Robinson and Susanna Valleau play.

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Old West United Methodist Church

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Recital of student players. Starts at the Advent, continues at Old West <a href="http://www.bostonpoe.com/Boston_POE/Student_Recitals.html" target="_blank">http://www.bostonpoe.com/Boston_POE/Student_Recitals.html</a>

Works by
Church of the Advent

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Peter Krasinski accompanies Buster Keaton in "The Cameraman" <a href="http://www.bostonpoe.com/" target="_blank">http://www.bostonpoe.com/</a>

Works by
St. Paul's Cathedral (Episcopal)

Peter Krasinski accompanies Buster Keaton in "The Cameraman"

Works by
St. Paul's Cathedral (Episcopal)

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Faythe Freese, James Higdon, Jack Mitchener, Alan Morrison, Peter Sykes and Todd Wilson play at Methuen.

Works by
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

Tuesday noontime concert

Works by
Kings Chapel

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Tuesday noontime concert <a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org/Concerts/About-the-Music.html" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org/Concerts/About-the-Music.html</a>

Works by
Kings Chapel

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Cool Summer Jazz, Honshuku, director <a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org/Concerts/About-the-Music.html" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org/Concerts/About-the-Music.html</a>

Works by
Kings Chapel

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Allison Clark, organ: Bach, Bonnet, Bédard, Pinkham, Debussy<br><a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org/Concerts/About-the-Music.html" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org/Concerts/About-the-Music.html</a>

Works by
Kings Chapel

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US Air Force Band of Liberty: Clarinet quartet <br> <a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org/Concerts/About-the-Music.html" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org/Concerts/About-the-Music.html</a>

Works by
Kings Chapel

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Peter Kranefoed, organist

Works by
Kings Chapel

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Lisa Massaglia, organist

Works by
Kings Chapel

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Lisa Massaglia, organist & Isabella Stabio, saxophone. Wunderlich, Ponchielli, Prokofiev, Vierne, Stravinsky, Tschaikovsky, Alain, Piazzolla, Stamm. <a href="http://www.mmmh.org" target="_blank">http://www.mmmh.org</a>

Works by
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Music of Bach, Duruflé, Maroney, Rheinberger. <a href="http://www.mmmh.org" target="_blank">http://www.mmmh.org</a>

Works by
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

Glass, Heiller, Debussy, Robinson, Liszt, Messaien. <a href="http://www.mmmh.org" target="_blank">http://www.mmmh.org</a>

Works by
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

Reger, Bach, Schumann, Liszt, Dunham, Saint-Saens, Alkan, Mulet <a href="http://www.mmmh.org" target="_blank">http://www.mmmh.org</a>

Works by
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

Bedard, Pasini, Rheinberger, Hielscher<br><a href="http://www.mmmh.org" target="_blank">http://www.mmmh.org</a>

Works by
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

Buxtehude, Mozart, Dupre, Saint-Saens, Langlais, Vierne. <a href="http://www.mmmh.org" target="_blank">http://www.mmmh.org</a>

Works by
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Reger, Bach, Mendelssohn, Bovet, Guilmant. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West United Methodist Church

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Louise Mundinger, organist with Jean Danton, soprano and Katie Downer, viola. Music of Tan, Messiaen, Ward and Mundinger. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

Works by
Old West United Methodist Church

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Pre-concert talk at 6:30 pm

Works by
Merrill Auditorium, Portland City Hall
under 12 FREE
Accessible
Pre-Concert talk at 6:30 pm <a href="http://www.foko.org/" target="_blank">http://www.foko.org/</a>

Works by
Merrill Auditorium, Portland City Hall
under 12 FREE
Accessible
Student Recitals <a href="http://www.bostonpoe.com/Boston_POE/Welcome.html" target="_blank">http://www.bostonpoe.com/Boston_POE/Welcome.html</a>

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Church of the Advent

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Student Recitals <a href="http://www.bostonpoe.com/Boston_POE/Welcome.html" target="_blank">http://www.bostonpoe.com/Boston_POE/Welcome.html</a>

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Old West Church

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<a href="http://www.fplex.org" target="_blank">http://www.fplex.org</a>
Diana Cole, mezzo-soprano, Carolyn Kingston, soprano & Thomas Stumpf, piano
Works by Shostakovich, Scriabin & Rachmaninoff
First Parish in Lexington

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Heywood Alexander & Ernie Drown, harpsichord & organ; Beth Hilgartner, recorder; Linda Alexander, flute. <a href="http://musicgnw.org" target="_blank">http://musicgnw.org</a>

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The Randolph Church

<a href="http://www.fplex.org" target="_blank">http://www.fplex.org</a>
Paul Carlson, piano & Friends
Works by
First Parish in Lexington

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www.exsultemus.org
Exsultemus & Newton Baroque
Works by Telemann
Second Church

Contact: 857-988-0219
Accessible
www.foko.org
James Jones, organ & Anita Cirba, Trumpet
Works by
Merrill Auditorium, Portland City Hall
Under 12 Free
Contact: 207-842-0880
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http://musicgnw.org
David Westfall, piano
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St. Barnabas Episcopal Church

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Summer Saturday Seminar by the Sea markthallander@aol.com 8:30-3 pm <br><a href="http://mcclellandmusicfoundation.org/festival.htm" target="_blank">http://mcclellandmusicfoundation.org/festival.htm</a><br> August 12, 13 & 14 - A Three-Day Music Festival featuring an organ concert at 7p on Friday, a musicians' workshop beginning at 8:30a on Saturday and a Sunday evening Choral Concert at 7p. <br><br> Friday - Organ concert featuring Mark Thallander, Albert Melton and Randy Mullin <br>Saturday - Summer Seminar by the Sea for church musicians <br>Sunday - Choral Festival featuring 60+ voices from throughout northern New England

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Church on the Cape

Sacred Music Concert
Michie Akin, piano & organ & chorus
Works by Liszt: via Crucis
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church

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Pre-concert talk at 6:30
Dave Wickerham, organist
Works by
Merrill Auditorium, Portland City Hall
Under 12 Free
Contact: 207-842-0880
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Pre-concert talk at 6:30 <a href="http://www.foko.org" target="_blank">http://www.foko.org</a>
Chelsea Chen, organist
Works by
Merrill Auditorium, Portland City Hall
Under 12 Free
Accessible
Portland City Hall http://www.foko.org
Ray Cornils
Works by
Merrill Auditorium, Portland City Hall
Under 12 Free
Contact: 207-842-0880
Accessible
www.exsultemus.org
Exsultemus & Newton Baroque
Works by Telemann
Second Church

Contact: 857-988-0219
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Heinrich Christensen plays <br> J.C. Bach: Allegretto con Variazioni<br> Robert Schumann: Fugue on BACH, opus 60, no. 3<br> J.S. Bach: Fantasia & Fugue in g minor, BWV 542<br> Donations will benefit the music program at King's Chapel

Works by
King's Chapel

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Louise Mundinger, organ; with Jean Danton, soprano and Katie Downer, viola<br> Tan, Messiaen, Ward, Mundinger. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West United Methodist Church

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Music of Bach, Lubeck, Buxtehude, Tunder, Bruhns. <br> 617-739-1340

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Old West United Methodist Church

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music of Marchand, Boehm, Buxtehude, Bach. 617-739-1340

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Old West United Methodist Church

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music of Grigny, Bach, Gabrieli, Mendelssohn. 617-739-1340

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Old West United Methodist Church

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Under the direction of Mark Mummert, the hymn festival will be led by a massed choir from Central Massachusetts Lutheran congregations as well as Trinity Choir and Trinity Choristers. Come ready to sing and invite your friends as we together sing hymns familiar and new exploring the development of Christian assembly song. Part of the Music at Trinity series of concerts and music events.
Mark Mummert
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Young Artists Showcase featuring Katelyn Emerson and Jonathan Bezdegian. Young Artists provide fresh perspectives for the King of Instruments, Noon, Free Admission, Cabaret Seating. The Mechanics Hall Worcester Organ Concerts form an exciting series showcasing the magnificent 1864 Hook Organ - also known as The Worcester Organ - and talented organists and musical artists from New England and beyond. Programming includes organ performance, silent films and multimedia performances. The Worcester Chapter of the American Guild of Organists co-sponsors the Series. Each concert begins at Noon and is free admission. All are welcome. Bring a lunch or purchase one at the Hall while they last. About The Worcester Organ American organ builders Elias and George Hook, brothers from Boston, constructed the 52-stop, 3,504-pipe instrument, which is the oldest unaltered four-keyboard pipe organ in the Western Hemisphere located at its installation site. Restored in 1982, the Hook Organ since
Katelyn Emerson and Jonathan Bezdegian
Works by Dupre, Bach, Durufle, Langlais, Widor
Mechanics Hall

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<b>Organ Duo Extravaganza!</b> Featuring Robin Dinda and Renea Waligora - 4 Hands, 4 Feet tackle the Mighty Hook! Noon, Free Admission, Cabaret Seating. The Mechanics Hall Worcester Organ Concerts form an exciting series showcasing the magnificent 1864 Hook Organ - also known as The Worcester Organ - and talented organists and musical artists from New England and beyond. Programming includes organ performance, silent films and multimedia performances. The Worcester Chapter of the American Guild of Organists co-sponsors the Series. Each concert begins at Noon and is free admission. All are welcome. Bring a lunch or purchase one at the Hall while they last. About The Worcester Organ American organ builders Elias and George Hook, brothers from Boston, constructed the 52-stop, 3,504-pipe instrument, which is the oldest unaltered four-keyboard pipe organ in the Western Hemisphere located at its installation site. Restored in 1982, the Hook Organ since then has become one of the mo
Renea Waligora & Robin Dinda
Works by Dupre, Bach, Durufle, Langlais, Widor
Mechanics Hall

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Labor Day Weekend Midnight Recital (Sunday)
Mark Steinbach, Brown University Organist
Works by Messiaen, Liszt, Bach
Sayles Hall,

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Kevin Jones plays Liszt Fantasia and Fugue on BACH; St. Francis Walking on the Waves. <a href="http://cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Liszt
Christ Church Cathedral

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George Chittenden plays Max Reger Fantasy on the Chorale "Hallelujah! Gott zu loben" <a href="http://cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
George Chittenden
Works by Max Reger
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays César Franck Trois Pièces <a href="http://cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by César Franck
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Mendelssohn's Sonata in f, Op. 65, No. 1 <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Mendelssohn
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Herbert Howells Rhapsody in c#; Dupré Prelude & Fugue in g, Op. 7/3 <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Howells, Dupré
Christ Church Cathedral

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Joseph Ripka plays Josef Rheinberger Sonata No. 16 in g#, Op. 75 <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Joseph Rikpa
Works by Rheinberger
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Maurice Duruflé Prelude & Fugue on the Name of ALAIN; Alain Litanies <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Duruflé, Alain
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Music of J.S. Bach: Sonata in C, BWV 529 and Passacaglia, BWV 582 <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
George Chittenden
Works by J.S. Bach
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Julius Reubke Sonata on the 94th Psalm
Kevin Jones
Works by Reubke
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Pachelbel Præludium in d; Toccata in C; Chorale Preludes
George Chittenden
Works by Johann Pachelbel
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Sonata II (1937) by Paul Hindemith
Kevin Jones
Works by Hindemith
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Bach Three Chorale Preludes on "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland", BWV 659-661; Samuel Scheidt Versets on "Veni Redemptor gentium" <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by JS Bach; Samuel Scheidt
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Jean Langlais' "Suite Mèdievale" <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Jean Langlais
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Claude Balbastre Deuxième Suite de Noëls <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Balbastre
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Music of J.S. Bach - The "Schubler" Chorales; Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV 547 <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Fredrik Sixten
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Healey Willan Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Willan
Christ Church Cathedral

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Woosug Kang plays Vierne Toccata in B-flat minor; Widor Cantilène (Symphonie-Romane), Douglas Mews Gigue de Pan; Tournemire Choral-Improvisation on Victimæ paschali laudes <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Woosug Kang
Works by Vierne, Widor, Mews, Tournemire
Christ Church Cathedral

Kevin Jones plays Vierne Symphonie I, Op 14 <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Louis Vierne
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Clérambault "Suite du Deuxième Ton" <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Clérambault
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays J.S. Bach Passacaglia, BWV 582; Buxtehude Toccata in d <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Bach, Buxtehude
Christ Church Cathedral

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Jeffrey Wood plays Duruflé Suite, Op. 5 <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Jeffrey Wood
Works by Duruflé
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Anton Heiller Fantasia on Salve Regina; Ecce Lignum Crucis - A Meditation <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Anton Heiller
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Howells Rhapsody in c#minor, Master Tallis' Testament and Pæan <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Herbert Howells
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Hugo Distler Orgelsonate; Easter Chorales by Helmut Walcha <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Distler, Walcha
Christ Church Cathedral

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Kevin Jones plays Italian Organ Music: Toccatas by Frescobaldi, Merulo and Luzzaschi. Held in the Cathedral House Auditorium. <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Frescobaldi, Merulo, Luzzaschi
Christ Church Cathedral House Auditorium

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Kevin Jones plays Edward Elgar Sonata in G, Op. 28 <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Kevin Jones
Works by Elgar
Christ Church Cathedral

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Canon Precentor Kevin Jones plays an organ recital to benefit the 2012 Cathedral Choir Pilgrimage to Lincoln Cathedral. Tickets are available at $20, general; $15, students/seniors; and $25, premium seating. Call 860-527-7231 for tickets.
Kevin Jones
Works by Bach, Bruhns, Heiller and others
Christ Church Cathedral
Call 860-527-7231
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World-renowned vocal group New York Polyphony comes to the Cathedral to sing music from the Tudor period as performed on their recent hit CD, Tudor City. Don’t miss this truly spectacular ensemble! <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
New York Polyphony
Works by Gibbons, Byrdhttp://www.newyorkpolyphony.com/
Christ Church Cathedral
Call 860-527-7231
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Internationally recognized talent Hector Olivera plays 53 rank pipe organ
Hector Olivera
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First Presbyterian Church

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Internationally recognized talent Hector Olivera plays 53 rank pipe organ
Hector Olivera
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First Presbyterian Church

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Internationally recognized talent Hector Olivera plays 53 rank pipe organ
Hector Olivera
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First Presbyterian Church

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents the Yale Schola Cantorum and members of the Yale Baroque Ensemble in a program of motets and cantatas by the Bach family. Masaaki Suzuki conducts. More information at <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/YaleScholaCantorum-BachFamilyMotetsandCantatas.html" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/YaleScholaCantorum-BachFamilyMotetsandCantatas.html</a> .
Yale Schola Cantorum, Masaaki Suzuki, conductor
Works by JS Bach and family
Old West United Methodist Church

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents the Yale Schola Cantorum and members of the Yale Baroque Ensemble in a program of motets and cantatas by the Bach family. Masaaki Suzuki conducts. More information at <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/YaleScholaCantorum-BachFamilyMotetsandCantatas.html" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/YaleScholaCantorum-BachFamilyMotetsandCantatas.html</a> .
Yale Schola Cantorum, Masaaki Suzuki, conductor
Works by JS Bach and family
Old West United Methodist Church

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents the Yale Schola Cantorum and members of the Yale Baroque Ensemble in a program of motets and cantatas by the Bach family. Masaaki Suzuki conducts. More information at <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism" target="_blank">www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Schola Cantorum, Masaaki Suzuki, conductor
Works by JS Bach and family
St. Mary's Church

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents the Yale Schola Cantorum and members of the Yale Baroque in a performance of Handel's oratorio "Solomon." Simon Carrington conducts. More information at <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism" target="_blank">www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Schola Cantorum, Simon Carrington, conductor
Works by GF Handel
St. Mary's Church

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents the Yale Schola Cantorum in a prgram of music by Lang, Liszt, Theofanidis, and Victoria. Simon Carrington conducts. More information at <a href=\"http://www.yale.edu/ism\" target=\"_blank\">www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Schola Cantorum, Simon Carrington, conductor
Works by Lang, Liszt, Theofanidis, and Victoria
Christ Church Episcopal

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents the Yale Schola Cantorum in a prgram of music by Victoria and Howells. David Hill conducts. More information at <a href=\\\"http://www.yale.edu/ism\\\" target=\\\"_blank\\\">www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Schola Cantorum, David Hill, guest conductor
Works by Victoria and Howells
Christ Church Episcopal

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents the Yale Schola Cantorum, Yale Camerata, and Yale Glee Club in a program of music by Bach, Brahms, Mäntyjärvi, and Sandström. Stefan Parkman is the guest conductor. More information at <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Schola Cantorum, David Hill, guest conductor
Works by Bach, Brahms, Mäntyjärvi, and Sandström
Woolsey Hall

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents Yale Schola Cantorum with Juilliard415 and members of the Yale Baroque Ensemble in a performance of Haydn's Creation. Masaaki Suzuki conducts. <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Schola Cantorum, Juilliard415, Yale Baroque Ensemble
Works by Haydn
Woolsey Hall

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents Yale Schola Cantorum with Juilliard415 and members of the Yale Baroque Ensemble in a performance of Haydn's Creation. Masaaki Suzuki conducts. <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Schola Cantorum, Juilliard415, Yale Baroque Ensemble
Works by Haydn
Woolsey Hall

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents Yale Camerata in its annual Advent concert. Marguerite L. Brooks conducts. <a href=\"http://www.yale.edu/ism\" target=\"_blank\">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Camerata, Marguerite L. Brooks, conductor
Works by Bach, Telemann, Kyr, and Willcocks
Battell Chapel

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents Yale Camerata. Marguerite L. Brooks conducts. <a href=\\\"http://www.yale.edu/ism\\\" target=\\\"_blank\\\">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Yale Camerata, Marguerite L. Brooks, conductor
Works by Part
St. Thomas's Episcopal

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents James David Christie in recital. <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
James David Christie
Works by Bach, Buxtehude, Sweelinck & more
Marquand Chapel

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents Ken Cowan in recital. <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Ken Cowan
Works by Liszt, Mendelssohn, Dupre, Karg-Elert, and Wagner
Woolsey Hall

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents Masaaki Suzuki in recital. <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Masaaki Suzuki
Works by Sweelinck
Marquand Chapel

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music presents Martin Jean in recital. <a href=\"http://www.yale.edu/ism\" target=\"_blank\">http://www.yale.edu/ism</a>
Martin Jean
Works by Buxtehude
Marquand Chapel

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Carla Chrisfield, soprano; William Merrill, piano: Dvorak, Rorem, Mendelssohn, Gounod, Chausson, Bizet, Chabrier, Literes. 781-862-8200 fplex.org

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First Parish in Lexington

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Windhammer Chamber Players, Woodwind Quintet plus piano <br>Sextets by Erwazen, d'Indy, and Blumer <br>781-862-8200 fplex.org

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First Parish in Lexington

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Shaylor Lindsay, piano, Ken Stalberg, violin, and Lynn Nowels, cello <br>Works to include Schubert Piano Trio in B-flat Major <br>781-862-8200 fplex.org

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First Parish in Lexington

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John Kramer, solo piano <br>“A Little Night Music”: Works by Debussy, Chopin, Albright, Liszt, Monk, and Kramer <br>781-862-8200 fplex.org

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First Parish in Lexington

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Mary Neumann, flute, and Berit Strong, guitar <br>Mountain Songs by Robert Beaser and others<br>781-862-8200 fplex.org

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First Parish in Lexington

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Esprit de Cors, horn ensemble. David Archibald, conductor <br>Original and arranged works for large horn ensemble<br> 781-862-8200 fplex.org

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First Parish in Lexington

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Victor Hill, Lecture on Bach and Math <br><a href="http://www.musicgnw.org/Big_Moose_Bach_Fest.html" target="_blank">http://www.musicgnw.org/Big_Moose_Bach_Fest.html</a>

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Randolph Town Hall

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Master Organ Series<br> Christa Rakich and Peter Sykes, “Clavierbung III” organ and harpsichord, Hook and Hastings organ <br><a href="http://www.musicgnw.org/Big_Moose_Bach_Fest.html" target="_blank">http://www.musicgnw.org/Big_Moose_Bach_Fest.html</a>

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St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts

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Concert of chamber music, solo cantatas, Olympic organ, Kingston harpsichord, original instruments <br><a href=\"http://www.musicgnw.org/Big_Moose_Bach_Fest.html\" target=\"_blank\">http://www.musicgnw.org/Big_Moose_Bach_Fest.html</a>

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Gorham Town Hall

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Choral works, original instruments, Bedient and Olympic organs <br><a href="http://www.musicgnw.org/Big_Moose_Bach_Fest.html" target="_blank">http://www.musicgnw.org/Big_Moose_Bach_Fest.html</a>

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St. Barnabas Episcopal Church

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Maine Church Pianists & Organists: Annual Keyboard Concert. <br>207-646-2160 Donation

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Ogunquit Baptist Church

Mark Steinbach, organ: Messiaen, Vierne, Bach, Liszt. <br> 401-863-2344

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Sayles Hall

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Povl Balslev, organ: Bach, Madsen. <br>617-227-2155 <br><a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org</a>

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King's Chapel

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Zina Schiff, violin; Christopher Merritt, flute; Steven Machtinger, viola & Heinrich Christensen, organ: Bach, Mozart, Quantz. <br>617-227-2155 <br><a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org</a>

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King's Chapel

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John Murelle, baritone; Lucy Banner, piano: "Sea Fever" <br>617-227-2155 <br><a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org</a>

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King's Chapel

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Yun Thwaits & Hong Wei Gao: Traditional Chinese Music. <br>617-227-2155 <br><a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org</a>

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King's Chapel

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Luca Massaglia, organ. <br>617-536-0944 <br><a href="http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/" target="_blank">http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/</a>

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Trinity Church

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Angela Kraft Cross, organ. <br>617-536-0944 <br><a href="http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/" target="_blank">http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/</a>

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Trinity Church

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Nicholas Bideler, organ. <br>617-536-0944 <br><a href="http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/" target="_blank">http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/</a>

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Trinity Church

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Eric Dombrowski, organ. <br>617-536-0944 <br><a href="http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/" target="_blank">http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/</a>

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Trinity Church

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Christa Rakich, organ: Böhm, Bach, Woodman. <br>Courtyard reception follows. <br>617-536-8851<br> <br>music@flc-boston.org <br> <a href="http://www.flc-boston.org/" target="_blank">http://www.flc-boston.org/</a>

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First Lutheran Church

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Leo Abbott, Barbara Bruns, Mark Dwyer, Carolyn & John Skelton, organ; Christopher Walter, piano; Allen Combs, tenor<br> <a href="http://www.MMMH.org" target="_blank">http://www.MMMH.org</a>

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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Boston Singers' Resource <br>Pre-Selected Solo Auditions; <br>2-6 pm <br>Timothy Steele, accompanist. <br><a href="http://www.bostonsingersresource.org/" target="_blank">http://www.bostonsingersresource.org/</a>

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Payson Park Church
25 BSR members
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Exsultemus & Newton Baroque: Telemann Cantatas from Harmonischer Gottesdienst. <br>857-998-0219 <br><a href="http://exsultemus.org/telemann2011.html" target="_blank">http://exsultemus.org/telemann2011.html</a>

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Second Church

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Jodi Hagen, violin & Heinrich Christensen, organ <br>781-749-1535 <br><a href="http://www.stjohns-hingham.org/" target="_blank">http://www.stjohns-hingham.org/</a>

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Church of St John the Evangelist

James Higdon, organ <br>401-863-2344

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Sayles Hall

Luc Beauséjour, organ. <br>617-739-1340 <br><a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a> <br><a href="http://lucbeausejour.com/" target="_blank">http://lucbeausejour.com/</a>

Works by
Old West United Methodist Church
OWOS Members: $15
for her 50 years of service at First Lutheran. <br><a href="http://www.firstevlutheran.org/" target="_blank">http://www.firstevlutheran.org/</a>

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First Lutheran Church
OWOS Members: $15
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Rosalind Mohnsen, organ. <br>508-993-1691 <br><a href="http://www.saintanthonynewbedford.com" target="_blank">http://www.saintanthonynewbedford.com</a>

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St Anthony's Church
OWOS Members: $15
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Audience singing, organ music, massed choir Hymn Sing. <br>207-842-0800 h <br><a href="http://www.foko.org/" target="_blank">http://www.foko.org/</a>

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Merrill Auditorium at City Hall
OWOS Members: $15
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Mark Dwyer, organ recital; Choir of the Church of the Advent: <br>Choral Evensong: Heredia, Victoria, Dering. <br><a href="http://theadventboston.org/" target="_blank">http://theadventboston.org/</a> <br><a href="http://bostonago.com" target="_blank">http://bostonago.com</a>

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Church of the Advent
OWOS Members: $15
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Boston Clavichord Society presents Luc Beauséjour, clavichord: Sweelinck, Froberger, Purcell, <br>781-891-0814 <br><a href="http://www.bostonclavichord.org/" target="_blank">http://www.bostonclavichord.org/</a>

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Gore Place
BCS member & students FREE
Christian Lane, organ: Franck, Jongen, Liszt, Vierne, Whitlock. <br>617-495-5508 <br><a href="http://www.memorialchurch.harvard.edu" target="_blank">http://www.memorialchurch.harvard.edu</a> <br><a href="http://www.christianlane.com/" target="_blank">http://www.christianlane.com/</a>

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The Memorial Church
BCS member & students FREE
Richard Hill, organ. <br>508-238-6081 <br><a href="http://www.unity-church.com/" target="_blank">http://www.unity-church.com/</a>

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Unity Church
BCS member & students FREE
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Choir of Men & Boys, All Saints' Ashmont (Sheranian, org/dir): <br>Solemn Evensong & Benediction: Tomkins, Handl, Howells. <br>401-421-6702 Donation <br><a href="http://www.sstephens.org/" target="_blank">http://www.sstephens.org/</a>

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S. Stephen's Church
BCS member & students FREE
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Almut Roessler plays Couperin, Tunder, Bach, Schumann, Franck and Alain <br>978.283.1708 <br><a href="http://www.stjohnsgloucester.org" target="_blank">http://www.stjohnsgloucester.org</a> <br><a href="http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Almut_R%C3%B6%C3%9Fler" target="_blank">http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Almut_R%C3%B6%C3%9Fler</a>

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St. John's Church

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For the anniversary of September 11th, pianist Stephen Porter will give a solo recital of monumental works by Bach, Beethoven and Andrew List, whose Second Piano Sonata was written in the month following the events of September 11th, 2001. Mr. Porter gave the European premiere of the work last month in Paris, at the Cite Internationale des Arts.
Steve Porter
Works by Bach, Beethoven, Andrew List
Old South Church, Copley Square
$15, Students Free
For the anniversary of September 11th, pianist Stephen Porter will give a solo recital of monumental works by Bach, Beethoven and Andrew List, whose Second Piano Sonata was written in the month following the events of September 11th, 2001. Mr. Porter gave the European premiere of the work last month in Paris, at the Cite Internationale des Arts.
Steve Porter
Works by Bach, Beethoven, Andrew List
Old South Church, Copley Square
$15, Students Free
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Works by Bach, Howells, Vierne, Eben, Franck and Liszt. Sponsored by the Gomidas Organ Fund, Inc.

Works by Bach, Howells, Vierne, Eben, Franck and Liszt.
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
$20 Adults; $5 Children
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The US Air Force Trio Winds will perform a FREE CONCERT of classical, ragtime, and jazz favorites on FRIDAY, OCT 7 at 7pm at the First Unitarian Church, 90 Main Street. Comprised of members of The New England Winds, "Trio Winds" presents an exciting and diverse program that strikes a great balance between masterworks of the Baroque and Classical periods, ragtime and jazz, contemporary literature and patriotic favorites. Utilizing the unique combination of flute, clarinet and bassoon, the group provides support for a wide variety of military functions in addition to free community relations and educational outreach performances across the Northeast. The three members of the ensemble bring years of study and professional experience to this intimate and dynamic chamber music medium. As professional military musicians, The United States Air Force Band of Liberty is dedicated to using the power of music to inspire our Air Force members and the great nation we serve, producing innovativ

Works by Mozart, Joplin, Piston, Sousa
First Unitarian Church

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General Seating: Free<br> <b>Premium Seating: $10</b> at the door (check or cash) per person, includes a private reception (at a member's residence) after the All Saints reception. You must RSVP for the Premium so we can get a count for the private reception. (* RSVP for this premium offer: <a href="http://worcesterago.org/about-ago/members_area/tools/" target="_blank">http://worcesterago.org/about-ago/members_area/tools/</a>)<br><br> David Higgs will appear in concert at All Saints Church, 10 Irving Street, Worcester, on Friday, September 30 at 8:00 PM, according to Will Sherwood, Dean of the Worcester Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Dr. Higgs’ appearance is the kick-off event of the Chapter’s 2011/12 concert season. The concert is free and open to the public. Premium seating is available for $10/person(* RSVP for this premium offer). A reception for Dr. Higgs will follow his concert. <br><br> David Higgs’ command of the King of Instruments and connection with

Works by Bach, Karg-Elert, Bolcom, Bonnet, Lefébure-Wély, and Duruflé
All Saints Church

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Music of Handel and Corelli

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Beethoven Symphonies 5 & 6

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Seasonal Music

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Music of Prokofiev, de Falla, Faure and Ravel

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Music of Handel, Corelli, and Bach

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Campus Ministry Center

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Campus Ministry Center

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Assumption College: Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Campus Ministry Center

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Silent film accompanied by Clark Wilson on the Mighty Wurlitzer :Enjoy this original silent film from 1925, directed by Rupert Julian and starring Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin and Norman Kerry. Follow Christine Daae, an understudy at the Paris Opera, as she is guided to stardom by a mysterious and compelling voice that emanates from behind the walls of her dressing room. The voice eventually summons her to a meeting where she discovers a sinister man whose face is covered by a mask. In the classic story of love, revenge, and redemption, see The Phantom of the Opera at its very best! Full ticket prices are $20

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Hanover Theater

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Silent film accompanied by Clark Wilson on the Mighty Wurlitzer $20 http://www.thehanovertheatre.org/shows/showDetail.php?showID=352 See this original silent film from 1926, directed by Clyde Bruckman and Buster Keaton, starring Buster Keaton, Marion Mack and Glen Cavender. Full ticket prices are $20 Rejected by the Confederate Army as unfit and taken for a coward by his beloved Annabelle Lee (Marion Mack), young Johnnie Gray (Keaton) sets out to single-handedly win the war with the help of his cherished locomotive. What follows is one of the most cleverly choreographed comedies ever recorded on celluloid. Johnnie wages war against hijackers, an errant cannon, and the unpredictable hand of fate while roaring along the iron rails exploiting the comic potential of Keaton's favorite filmic prop, the train.

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Hanover Theater
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Come take a whirl on The Hanover Theatre's stage, or simply sit and watch the world dance while enjoying Phil Kelsall, world-class organist in the Blackpool style, play the theatre's Mighty Wurlitzer. Phil Kelsall, resident organist at Blackpool Tower Ballroom in Blackpool, UK is truly phenomenal. It is a spectacle to see how fast this man's hands can move! Blackpool Tower Ballroom is home to what must be the most famous and most played Wurlitzer in the world, and Phil Kelsall has been the man playing it for the last 36 years. Take a comfortable seat to watch and listen to one of the world's premier theatre organists; or bring your dancing shoes, as The Hanover Theatre stage becomes a classic dance hall! Full ticket prices are $20.

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Hanover Theater

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Pulling Out All the Stops: Solos and Duets; pre-concert talk at 7:15pm.

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First Unitarian Church

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Lira Cady, harp
Will Sherwood, O/D
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First Unitarian Church

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<a href="http://www.chevaliertheater.com/" target="_blank">http://www.chevaliertheater.com/</a>

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Chevalier Theatre

Stuart Forster, organist/director<br>Karg-Elert, Bairstow, Shephard, Sumsion, Lehman, Wesley <br> 617.876.0200 <br><a href="http://www.cccambridge.org" target="_blank">http://www.cccambridge.org</a>

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Christ Church

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Choir of Men & Boys, All Saints’ Ashmont (Sheranian, org/dir)<br> Solemn Evensong & Benediction.<br> Tomkins, Handl, Howells<br> <br>401-421-6702 Donation

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S. Stephen’s Church

Rikke Kursch plays Buxtehude, Madsen & Alain <a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org</a>

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King's Chapel

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Ensemble Saint Germain (Macri, dir):<br> Alain Messe Modale; Fauré Pavane.<br> 617-227-2155 <br> <a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org</a>

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King's Chapel

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Alan Weiss, flute; Ann Rosandich, oboe; Heinrich Christensen, organ: <br>Bach & Telemann. <br> 617-227-2155 <br> <a href="http://www.kings-chapel.org" target="_blank">http://www.kings-chapel.org</a>

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King's Chapel

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Matthew Hall, harpsichord: de La Guerre Suite in d minor. <br> 617-267-6730 <a href="http://wwwfirstchurchbostonmusic.org" target="_blank">http://wwwfirstchurchbostonmusic.org</a>

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First Church in Boston

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Friday, October 7 12:00 noon Esprit de Cors, horn ensemble (Archibald, cond). First Parish in Lexington, , Lexington MA. 781-862-8200 <a href="http://fplex.org" target="_blank">http://fplex.org</a>

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First Parish

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Savoyard Light Opera Company: Gilbert & Sullivan selections from The Yeoman of the Guard, others. <br>781-862-8200 <a href="http://fplex.org" target="_blank">http://fplex.org</a>

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First Parish

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Jacob Street, organist <br> <a href="http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/fridays-at-trinity.html" target="_blank">http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/fridays-at-trinity.html</a>

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Trinity Church

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Ulrike Northoff, organ. <br> 617-536-0944 <br> <a href="http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/fridays-at-trinity.html" target="_blank">http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/fridays-at-trinity.html</a>

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Trinity Church

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Stephen Kalnoske, organ. <br> 617-536-0944 <br> <a href="http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/fridays-at-trinity.html" target="_blank">http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/fridays-at-trinity.html</a>

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Trinity Church

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Brandon Santini, organ. <br> 617-536-0944 <br> <a href="http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/fridays-at-trinity.html" target="_blank">http://www.trinitychurchboston.org/fridays-at-trinity.html</a>

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Trinity Church

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Boston Chapter Columbus Day MINI CONVENTION <a href="http://www.bostonago.org/chapter/programs/" target="_blank">http://www.bostonago.org/chapter/programs/</a>

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United Parish
32 half day
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Mark Dwyer & Ross Wood, organ: Widor, Alain, others. Reception. <br> 617-523-2377 x141 <a href="http://www.theadventboston.org" target="_blank">http://www.theadventboston.org</a>

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Church of the Advent
32 half day
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Organ Revival Halloween Silent Film Night<br><br> a silent film with live, original music played on the Stevens organ. Performing the accompaniment will be Jonathan Ortloff, a graduate of Eastman School of Music, and winner of the 2008 Young Theater Organist Competition (<a href="http://jonathanortloff.com" target="_blank">http://jonathanortloff.com</a>). This year we will be showing the famous 1927 version of “Phantom of the Opera” starring Lon Chaney. Chaney was famous for his makeup work, and in order to heighten his dramatic unveiling no pictures of how he would appear in the film were released before its premier.
Jonathan Ortloff
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Harvard Historical Society

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Acclaimed soprano Karen Driscoll joins forces with celebrated Worcester pianist Sima Kustanovitch to present an inspiring concert of vocal music, including a variety of classical to contemporary repertoire from Haydn to Menotti about women on the brink of love, madness and desperation. Suggested donation: $10 adult, $5 children and students

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First Congregational Church

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Acclaimed soprano Karen Driscoll joins forces with celebrated Worcester pianist Sima Kustanovitch to present an inspiring concert of vocal music, including a variety of classical to contemporary repertoire from Haydn to Menotti about women on the brink of love, madness and desperation. Suggested donation: $10 adult, $5 children and students

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First Congregational Church

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Acclaimed soprano Karen Driscoll joins forces with celebrated Worcester pianist Sima Kustanovitch to present an inspiring concert of vocal music, including a variety of classical to contemporary repertoire from Haydn to Menotti about women on the brink of love, madness and desperation. Suggested donation: $10 adult, $5 children and students

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First Congregational Church

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A benefit concert for First Parish, featuring Bach's Italian Concerto, Schubert's Sonata in A major, opus 129; Beethoven's "Waldstein" Sonata, opus 53; Ravel's Jeux d'eau, and Gershwin's Preludes
Malcolm Halliday, pianist
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First Parish Church of Stow and Acton

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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals on Tuesday, October 11 and Tuesday, October 18. All voice parts are sought, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in becoming members may audition at the end of the rehearsal or schedule an appointment by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. Our annual Boar’s Head Festival is on December 10th. The Master Singers of Worcester currently includes about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities.
Malcolm Halliday, Artistic Director
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals on Tuesday, October 11 and Tuesday, October 18. All voice parts are sought, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in becoming members may audition at the end of the rehearsal or schedule an appointment by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. Our annual Boar’s Head Festival is on December 10th. The Master Singers of Worcester currently includes about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities.
Malcolm Halliday, Artistic Director
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals on Tuesday, October 11 and Tuesday, October 18. All voice parts are sought, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in becoming members may audition at the end of the rehearsal or schedule an appointment by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. Our annual Boar’s Head Festival is on December 10th. The Master Singers of Worcester currently includes about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities.
Malcolm Halliday, Artistic Director
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals on Tuesday, October 11 and Tuesday, October 18. All voice parts are sought, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in becoming members may audition at the end of the rehearsal or schedule an appointment by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. Our annual Boar’s Head Festival is on December 10th. The Master Singers of Worcester currently includes about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities.
Malcolm Halliday, Artistic Director
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals on Tuesday, October 11 and Tuesday, October 18. All voice parts are sought, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in becoming members may audition at the end of the rehearsal or schedule an appointment by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. Our annual Boar’s Head Festival is on December 10th. The Master Singers of Worcester currently includes about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities.
Malcolm Halliday, Artistic Director
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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The Master Singers join forces with the WPI Festival Chorus and the WPI African Percussion Ensemble, all under the direction of John Delorey, to present the much loved and celebrated Missa Gaia. The performance features the power of 200 young and old voices to bring the blessing of this great Earth Mass to you. The program also features two works composed by noted pianist and improviser Paul Halley: Ubi Caritas and Sound Over All Waters.
the Master Singers of Worcester with the WPI Festival Chorus and WPI African Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of John Delorey
Works by Paul Winter, Paul Halley
Salem Covenant Church
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The Annual event of the Greater Hartford Chapter AGO PIPESCREAMS rides (on a broom?) again. <a href="http://hartfordago.org/Documents/2011-12AGOposter.pdf" target="_blank">http://hartfordago.org/Documents/2011-12AGOposter.pdf</a>
Members of the Greater Hartford Chapter, AGO
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St. John's Parish

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Diction workshop for English, Latin, German and French will be held. Registration at 9:30 a.m. Workshop I (Latin/English) from 10-1145. Lunch at Noon. Workshop II (German/French) from 1-3. Open to all. $15 fee includes lunch. Please pre-register by November 4 by contacting John Coghill, jdcoghill@snet.net. <a href="http://hartfordago.org/Documents/2011-12AGOposter.pdf" target="_blank">http://hartfordago.org/Documents/2011-12AGOposter.pdf</a>
Kevin Jones, presenter
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St. James' Episcopal Church
$15 includes lunch
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Master organist and pedagogue David Higgs gives a masterclass from 10am - 1 pm in conjunction with his recital (on April 15) for the Greater Hartford Chapter AGO. There is an application fee to perform in the masterclass. Free to attend. Contact Kevin Jones, Dean, at kjones@cccathedral.org for more information.
David Higgs
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Asylum Hill Congregational Church

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Master organist David Higgs plays a recital on the large Gress-Miles organ at South Church, New Britain, CT. This event is co-sponsored by the Greater Hartford Chapter AGO and The Music Series at South Church. <a href="http://hartfordago.org/Documents/2011-12AGOposter.pdf" target="_blank">http://hartfordago.org/Documents/2011-12AGOposter.pdf</a>
David Higgs
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South Church

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Exsultemus & Newton Baroque: Telemann Cantatas from Harmonischer Gottesdienst. <a href="http://exsultemus.org/" target="_blank">http://exsultemus.org/</a>

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Second Church in Newton

Charles Raines, organ & harpsichord; Rachel Gitner, soprano; Joyce Alper, oboe; Angus Lansing, viola da gamba: Bruhns, Clérambault, Bach, Handel. <br> 617-225-3639

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Eliot Church of Newton

Balint Karosi and Canto Armonico <a href="http://www.stceciliaboston.org/concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.stceciliaboston.org/concerts.html</a>

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St Cecilia Church

A demonstration-recital of keyboard music from the time of J.S. Bach performed on portative organ, harpsichords, clavichords, lautenwerk and a string ensemble. Featured work: Bach's triple harpsichord concerto in C.
Edward Clark, Christa Rakich, Jackie Nappi
Works by J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, Handel, Couperin
St. Mark the Evangelist Church
Benefit for CONCORA's Friends of Bach
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Kids 9 and older are invited to explore the harpsichord, clavichord, lautenwerk and pipe organ. What kind of funky keyboards did J.S. Bach use? Find out - and play them! Presented by CONCORA's Friends of Bach.
Edward Clark, Christa Rakich, Jackie Nappi
Works by J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, Handel, Couperin
St. Mark the Evangelist Church

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Christ Church Cathedral Choir sings Choral Evensong featuring the "Chichester" Preces by Kevin Jones; the "Worcester" Canticles by Herbert Howells and Benjamin Britten's "Rejoice in the Lamb" <a href="http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html" target="_blank">http://www.cccathedral.org/choir_concerts.html</a>
Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Kevin Jones, conductor
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Christ Church Cathedral

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Part of Trinity's annual "Advent Event" marking the beginning of a new church year, the choirs of Trinity Lutheran Church lead a service of Lessons & Carols. Filled with themes of hope and anticipation, this service includes selections by the Trinity Choir and Trinity Choristers as well as hymns for congregational singing. A light supper follows Lessons & Carols.
Trinity Choir; Trinity Choristers; John Weit, Director of Music
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Worcester, MA

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Choir of Christ the Redeemer; Dan McKinley, dir.
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Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church

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Pianist, composer, performer, lecturer, recording artist, arranger and conductor, Geoffrey Dana Hicks is a musician of many talents. In February of 2002, the Geoffrey Hicks Quartet entertained hundreds of guests at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, to celebrate Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s seventieth birthday, in an evening celebration which also also featured cellist, Yo Yo Ma. In June, 1990, the Geoffrey Hicks Trio, also featuring saxophonist Bobby Tynes, entertained hundreds of guests at the John F. Kennedy Library, in Boston, for honored guest Nelson Mandela which was hosted by Senator Edward M. Kennedy, in an afternoon celebration also featuring Stevie Wonder. Mr. Hicks is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music (BM in composition, ‘76), the University of Massachusetts (Lowell), (MM in conducting, ‘83), and Andover Newton Theological School (M. Div., ‘88). Rev. Hicks also received his Doctorate in Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, i
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First Baptist Church of Gardner
Proceeds benefit young musicians at Gard
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Renowned for their unearthly vocal blend and virtuosic ensemble singing, the four women of Anonymous 4 combine musical, literary, and historical scholarship in their masterfully designed programs, interweaving music with poetry and narrative. The ensemble’s award-winning recordings have sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide. Their appearance is part of a celebratory 25th Anniversary tour.
RIchard Coffey - Artistic Director of the Music Series at South Church
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South Church
Premium seats available at $30 each
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Joan Lippincott's masterclass on hymn playing will address how best to lead congregations in vigorous hymn singing by looking at the style of hymns and how that might influence the way we play them (registration, tempo, harmonization, etc.) Participants are encouraged to bring a hymn or two to play in the class. <a href="http://www.bostonago.com" target="_blank">http://www.bostonago.com</a> co-sponsored with the Worcester Chapter AGO.

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St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church

Joan Lippincott's program on the Fisk organ of All Saints includes J. S. Bach's Passacaglia in C Minor, Mozart's Fantasia in F Minor, K.608, and music by American composer Ned Rorem. In addition she commemorates the birth anniversaries of two composers: the 200th anniversary of Franz Liszt with his ever-popular showpiece, Prelude and Fugue on BACH, and the 100th anniversary of French composer Jehan Alain, with his expressive and evocative Trois Danses. Listen to Ms. Lippincott play Mozart at the Fisk organ at Old West, Boston by clicking here. All Saints, Ashmont, houses a large three-manual organ by C. B. Fisk. The organ was completed in 1995 and sits in a custom-built rear gallery. The organ's varied and colorful sounds make it an ideal instrument for the performance of music from all periods. The live and warm acoustic of the room provide an ideal environment for hearing this outstanding instrument. The church building of All Saints, completed in 1893, was the first church des

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Parish of All Saints

The Assumption College String Camerata will perform music for string chamber orchestra, including music by Corelli and others. Peter Sulski, Director. FREE.

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Assumption College Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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The Assumption College String Camerata will perform music for string chamber orchestra, including music by Corelli and others. Peter Sulski, Director. FREE.

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Assumption College Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Salisbury Singers performs music by Eleanor Daley (In Remembrance, For the Fallen), Stephen Chatman (Remember), Frank Ticheli (There will be Rest), Rollo Dilworth, Caldwell & Ivory, and others. With this concert we commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9-11, remembering the victims and paying tribute to the heroes who struggled to respond on that fateful day. We also celebrate the renewal of our democratic ideals and spirit as we honor our veterans and their sacrifices for freedom, as well as the sacrifices of our men and women in uniform who each day preserve, protect and defend us as a nation.

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First Unitarian Church
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Salisbury Singers performs music by Eleanor Daley (In Remembrance, For the Fallen), Stephen Chatman (Remember), Frank Ticheli (There will be Rest), Rollo Dilworth, Caldwell & Ivory, and others. With this concert we commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9-11, remembering the victims and paying tribute to the heroes who struggled to respond on that fateful day. We also celebrate the renewal of our democratic ideals and spirit as we honor our veterans and their sacrifices for freedom, as well as the sacrifices of our men and women in uniform who each day preserve, protect and defend us as a nation.

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Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
Veterans, active Military, and Service p
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Assumption College Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Michelle Graveline, presents their annual holiday concert of seasonal music. This year's concert includes music by Orlando Gibbons (This is the Record of John), William Walton (All This Time), David Willcocks (Carols from the Green Carols for Choirs), Leontovich (Carol of the Bells), K. K. Davis (Carol of the Drum), John Rutter (Here We Come A-Wassailing), and others. FREE.
Dr. Michelle Graveline
Works by Gibbons, Walton, Rutter, Willcocks, Leontovich, Davis
Assumption College Chapel of the Holy Spirit

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Steven Young plays the organ at Stonehill College's Chapel of Mary performing works of Bach, Bohm, Bruhns, Mendelssohn, and Rheinberger.
Steven Young, DMA, AAGO
Works by Bach, Bohm, Bruhns, Mendelssohn, Rheinberger
Stonehill College, Chapel of Mary

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Canticum vespertinum, led by guest conductor Andrew Sheranian from The Parish of All Saints Ashmont, sings Gregorian chant, contemporary chant in the Lydian mode by Daryl Bichel, and works by Gibbons and Philips, with jazz pianist Ben Schwendener.

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First Church in Cambridge

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Angeli te custodiant sings works by Hallock, Hieronymus Praetorius, and Byrd in a meditative hour based on The Great "O" Antiphons. With modal improvisations by jazz musicians Ben Schwendener, piano, and Dan Shaud, French horn, based on "Veni Emmanuel."

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First Church in Cambridge

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It is with great excitement that we cordially invite you to enjoy a free recital at the Noack Organ Company on Saturday, December 3, 2011 at 2:00 PM. Silviya Mateva, a Doctoral Student at the University of Oklahoma will be performing on the new all mechanical action instrument for the Blanchet Residence, Meaux, Louisiana. Silviya Mateva hails from Plovdiv, Bulgaria, where she studied piano from an early age, and as a high school student performed with the Plovdiv Philharmonic. She came to the USA in 2005, received her BM (summa cum laude) from Stetson University, where she studied with Boyd Jones. In 2010 she completed her MM at Eastman School of Music, as a student of Hans Davidsson. Currently she is enrolled in the Doctoral program at the University of Oklahoma, studying with John Schwandt. Silviya's impressive number of awards and scholarships attest to her outstanding and broad artistry. We are delighted and honored that she has offered to give our friends and neighbors this op
Silviya Mateva
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Noack Organ Company

MARIA FERRANTE, soprano, joins with Will Sherwood, piano & organ with guest artists Masako Yanagita, violin, and Rafael Popper-Keizer, 'cello for a heart-warming collection of Holiday Music. A refreshing change to the standard holiday season fare, this concert features works by Handel, Bach, Schubert, Cornelius, Reger, along with traditional carols from around the world. Video excerpt (Schubert Ave Maria, with guest cellist Rafael Popper-Keizer) <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTEJXBG0vvg&feature=youtu.be" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTEJXBG0vvg&feature=youtu.be</a><br> Fundraiser for Jericho Road Worcester

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First Baptist Church

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Beneficia lucis, directed by Jay Lane, sings Gregorian chant and motets of Mouton and Tallis. Contemplative modal improvisations by jazz musicians Ben Schwendener, piano, and Neil Leonard, saxophone and bass clarinet.

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First Church in Cambridge
donation suggested
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Canticum vespertinum sings Gregorian chant and motets of Isaac and Palestrina. Contemplative modal improvisations by jazz musicians Ben Schwendener, piano, and Dan Shaud, French horn.

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First Church in Cambridge
donation suggested
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The Choir of the Church of the Redeemer sings Ralph Vaughan Williams’ “Fantasia on Christmas Carols” as well as works by Boris Ord, Robert Lucas Pearsall, John Tavener, Robert Parsons, John Rutter, David Aaron Miller with congregational carols and hymns arranged by James O’Donnell and Sir David Willcocks. Michael S. Murray, Director Stuart Forster, Organist Robert Schulz, Percussion Mary Reynders, Violoncello Admission is without charge. Ample free parking available. <a href="http://www.redeemerchestnuthill.org" target="_blank">www.redeemerchestnuthill.org</a>

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Church of the Redeemer

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The Chamber Choir of the Church of the Redeemer is joined by the baroque orchestra L'Académie performing George Frideric Handel's "Zadok the Priest", Ralph Vaughan Williams' "I was glad when they said unto me" and other works to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. The Evensong is followed by a complimentary wine & cheese reception. Michael S. Murray, Director Stuart Forster, Organist with L'Académie; Leslie Kwan, director. Admission is without charge. Ample free parking available. <a href="http://www.redeemerchestnuthill.org" target="_blank">www.redeemerchestnuthill.org</a>

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Church of the Redeemer

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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals for their upcoming production of Arthur Honegger’s Dramatic Psalm “King David” on Tuesday, January 17 and Tuesday, January 24, 2012. Singers in all voice parts are welcome, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in becoming members may audition at the end of the open rehearsal or schedule an appointment by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. The King David concert is planned for April 1st, 2012 at Temple Emanuel in Worcester, and feature outstanding soloists and orchestra. The Master Singers of Worcester numbers about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings starting at 7:00 PM at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury.
Malcolm Halliday, Artistic Director
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals for their upcoming production of Arthur Honegger’s Dramatic Psalm “King David” on Tuesday, January 17 and Tuesday, January 24, 2012. Singers in all voice parts are welcome, especially basses and tenors. Singers interested in becoming members may audition at the end of the open rehearsal or schedule an appointment by phoning 508-842-1349 or emailing info@mswma.org. The King David concert is planned for April 1st, 2012 at Temple Emanuel in Worcester, and feature outstanding soloists and orchestra. The Master Singers of Worcester numbers about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings starting at 7:00 PM at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury. For more information, visit <a href="http://mswma.org" target="_blank">http://mswma.org</a>.
Malcolm Halliday, Artistic Director
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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Testing to help a member with problems ..... from Claire DeCusati
The Greatest Organist
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Church of what's happening now

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The third of five recitals on the Fisk organ in the 2011-2012 series.

Works by Karg-Elert, Gárdonyi, Franck
St. Michael's Episcopal Church

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Beneficia lucis (ensemble of men) sings Gregorian chant and motets by Marenzio and Victoria. Contemplative modal improvisations by jazz pianist Ben Schwendener.
Jay Lane, Director, Beneficia lucis
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First Church in Cambridge

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Canticum vespertinum sings Gregorian chant and motets by Palestrina, Tallis, and Victoria. Contemplative modal improvisations by jazz musicians Ben Schwendener, piano, and Jorrit Dijkstra, reeds.

Works by Bichel, Palestrina, Tallis, Victoria
First Church in Cambridge

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Canticum vespertinum sings Gregorian chant and motets by Byrd, Ortiz, and Philips. Contemplative modal improvisations by jazz musicians Ben Schwendener, piano, and Gregg Ramsey, guitar.

Works by Bichel, Byrd, Ortiz, Philips
First Church in Cambridge

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Scott Lamlein, organist, with Ken Roe, trumpet, present a 45-minute concert of festive music for this powerful combination of instruments.

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First Congregational Church

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J Lester and N Lofton, conductors - Modern Masters and Emerging Composers - works for voices and instruments by Davis, Campbell, Woodman, Biederbender, et al. <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a>

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St Peter's Episcopal Church

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The Seraphim Singers (J. Lester, conductor) and organists Glenn Goda and Heinrich Christensen present music for 2 organs and choir: Vierne Messe Solennelle, Langlais Messe en style ancien, Dupre Motets, Messiaen O sacrum convivium

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Mission Church

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Singing, Activities, Q and A Learn about the benefits of serious music study and performance for young voices from three leading choral programs: Saint Thomas Choir School, NYC; Choir School of St. Thomas Church, New Haven; The Choir of Men and Boys of Trinity Church, New Haven. <a href="http://www.choirschool.org/resource/resmgr/community/chorister_training.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.choirschool.org/resource/resmgr/community/chorister_training.pdf</a>
Saint Thomas Choir School, NY; Choir School of St. Thomas, New Haven; Choir of Men and Boys, Trinity Church, New Haven
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St. Thomas Episcopal Church

CONCORA, Connecticut’s premier professional choir, will present a concert titled “CONCORA in Love” on Sunday, February 12, 4:00 PM, at South Church in New Britain. The program includes motets, madrigals, and choral dances with love-themed texts and settings, ranging from the Song of Solomon to the latest from American composers. Two dancers from Allongé Dance Variations, Carolyn Cumming and Andrew Matte, will add beautiful romantic dances to complement CONCORA’s voices. A chocolate-laced reception will follow the performance.
Richard Coffey, Conductor
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South Church
Students-$10
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BSR Solo Singer Open Auditions Saturday, March 31, 2012 and Saturday, April 14 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon St. Brookline, MA Open to any director wishing to screen soloists or section leaders for future projects. $25/BSR members $40/non-members. Lunch and resume books included. 978-352-5058 <a href="http://www.BostonSingersResource.org" target="_blank">www.BostonSingersResource.org</a>

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All Saints Parish
$25 BSR members $40 non-members
BSR Solo Singer Open Auditions Saturday, March 31, 2012 and Saturday, April 14 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon St. Brookline, MA Open to any director wishing to screen soloists or section leaders for future projects. $25/BSR members $40/non-members. Lunch and resume books included. 978-352-5058 <a href="http://www.BostonSingersResource.org" target="_blank">www.BostonSingersResource.org</a>

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All Saints Parish
$25 BSR members $40 non-members
BSR Solo Singer Open Auditions Saturday, March 31, 2012 and Saturday, April 14 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon St. Brookline, MA Open to any director wishing to screen soloists or section leaders for future projects. $25/BSR members $40/non-members. Lunch and resume books included. 978-352-5058 <a href="http://www.BostonSingersResource.org" target="_blank">www.BostonSingersResource.org</a> 978-352-5058 <a href="http://www.BostonSingersResource.org" target="_blank">www.BostonSingersResource.org</a>

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All Saints Parish
$25-BSR members; $40 non-members
Celebrating and honoring volunteers and volunteerism

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Wesley United Methodist Church

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The Roberts Wesleyan College Chorale tours New York and New England this February, traveling from Rochester to Boston and New York City. The choir, under the direction of Dr. Jamie Spillane, will present concerts at classic New England churches and at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. The Chorale will also present clinics sharing their music with high school choirs in three states. Each year, the chorale performs with the Rochester Philharmonic in the famed Kodak Hall and sings to full houses at the Cultural Life Center on the campus of Roberts Wesleyan, often with the Roberts Wesleyan College Community Orchestra. Students from the chorale go on to careers teaching and performing music professionally as well as careers in ministry, education, journalism, the sciences, and more. The choir sings music of all styles from Mozart and Haydn to contemporary composer Eric Whitacre and world music.
Roberts Wesleyan College Chorale
Works by Ola Gjeilo, Rene Clausen, W. A. Mozart, Aaron McDermid, F.J. Haydn, William Dawson and others.
Sudbury United Methodist Church

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This flute ensemble takes their name from the word Harmonie for wind band and Transverse for side blown flute. Celebrating their tenth anniversary in 2012, the group is comprised of performers, teachers, parents and artists who play flutes in all sizes ranging from the piccolo to the tall Contrabass Flute. The concert will include a variety of works written and transcribed for flute ensembles.
Jay Kast-Tuttle, Director
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Trinity Choir leads a service of Vespers (Evening Prayer) for the Season of Easter, including Praise the Lord, All Ye Nation, a setting of Psalm 117 by eighteenth century Swedish composer Johan Helmich Roman, and works by Michael Praetorius and Sam Batt Owens.
John Weit, Director of Music
Works by Johan Helmich Roman, Michael Praetorius, Sam Batt Owens
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Wyatt Smith is the winner of the 2011 American Guild of Organists Region VI Competition for Young Organists. A native of Rapid City, Wyatt is currently studying organ performance at the University of South Dakota. The program includes works by Buxtehude, Sweelinck, Bach, Pelz, Franck, and Alain on Trinity’s 69-rank Noack organ.
Wyatt Smith
Works by Buxtehude, Sweelinck, Bach, Pelz, Franck, Alain
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Beneficia lucis (ensemble of men directed by Jay Lane) sings Gregorian chant and motets by Byrd and Penalosa. Contemplative modal improvisations by jazz musicians Ben Schwendener, piano, and Dan Shaud, French horn.
Jay Lane, Director of Beneficia Lucis; Daryl Bichel, Artistic Director for Night Song
Works by Byrd, Penalosa, Bichel
First Church in Cambridge

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Music of Buxtehude, Tunder, J. S. Bach, on the 1955 Holtkamp organ.
Lee Ridgway, organist
Works by Buxtehude, Tunder, Bach
MIT Chapel

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Ever wondered what all those stops on the organ console mean? In fact, what is a stop anyway? How does the organ work and why are there so many manuals? On Saturday, Feb. 18 from 9 - 10 AM , organist Malcolm Halliday will offer an organ demonstration and workshop at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury called "Welcome to the Organ" for any interested people in the greater community who'd like to learn how a pipe organ works. This workshop will be geared toward children grade 6 and older, as well as adults of any age. This class will be of particular interest to folks who play the piano, but should also be fun for anyone who is fascinated by the organ as a complex machine, or who takes an interest in the science of sound. Because of the nature of this event, it will be helpful to know exactly who is planning to attend the opening session. Please give the church office a call at 508-845-7286 or email rmhallidayjr@gmail.com to let us know of your interest in attending

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Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

Acclaimed touring ensemble "Revels Rep" presents an original program about immigration on Sat. March 10, 2012 at 7:00 PM at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury. Set in 1907, when more people immigrated to the United States than in any other year (1.25 million), “An American Journey” focuses on the three largest groups, Irish, Italians and Eastern European Jews, but honors the struggles and courage of all who have left their homeland to come to the United States. Admission is $15 per adult, $5 children and students, $30 special price for parents and all children from the same household . The event will be preceded by a community potluck supper at 6:00 PM , with community desserts served during intermission. Presented by "Arts on the Green" concert series at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury, 19 Church Rd, Shrewsbury, MA 01545. For more information, or to reserve tickets, please call 508-845-7286 or email office@fccsm.org

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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury
$5 children and students, $30 special pr
French 19th century repertoire

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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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Organists Leo Abbott, Eric Bermani, David Carrier, Richard Clark, Janet Hunt, Peter Krasinski and Laurence Carson celebrate the 136th Anniversary of Dedication of the E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings Organ, dedicated on Feb. 23, 1876

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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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Mark Dwyer
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St. Paul's Harvard Square

Mark Dwyer, Choirmaster and Organist at The Church of the Advent, performs a wonderful program of Organ Works at St. Paul's Harvard Square. Admission is free, with a free-will offering.
Mark Dwyer
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St. Paul's Harvard Square

Richard Clark, Music Director at St. Cecilia's in Boston will perform an attractive program of music including a new piece with Clarinettist Kara Clark.
Richard Clark and Kara Clark
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St. Paul's Church Harvard Square

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Richard Clark, Music Director at St. Cecilia\'s in Boston will perform an attractive program of music including a new piece with Clarinettist Kara Clark.
Richard Clark and Kara Clark
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St. Paul's Church Harvard Square

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Assistant Organist and Choirmaster at the Church of the Advent Ross Wood performs a program of Organ music beginning at 3 p.m. At 4 p.m. the Choirs of Boys and Men from St. Paul's Harvard Square, and All Saints Ashmont will sing Choral Vespers. Repertoire to include Parsons Ave Maria and Howells Collegium Regale Magnificat.
Ross Wood, Andrew Sheranian, John Robinson, The Choirs of All Saints Ashmont and St. Paul's Harvard Square
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St. Paul's Church, Harvard Square

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Jennifer McPherson, recent first prize winner at the "Quimby" organ competition, and a pupil of James David Christie. She is the organ scholar at The College of The Holy Cross.
Jennifer McPherson
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St. Paul's Church, Harvard Square

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Joseph Fort, PHD student at Harvard and past Organ scholar at Emmanuel Cambridge performs at St. Paul's Church, Harvard Square.
Joseph Fort
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St. Paul's Harvard Square

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International First-prize Winning Organist, Christian Lane crosses Harvard Square to play at St. Paul's.
Christian Lane
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St. Paul's Harvard Square

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Colin Lynch, Associate Director of Music and organist at Trinity Church Copley Square comes to perform at St. Paul's. Mr. Lynch is a multiple prize-winning Organist.
Colin Lynch
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St. Paul's Church, Harvard Square

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Join the Boston Choral Ensemble for Butterfly Dreams! In this program we explore the dream state with evocative music by Eric Whitacre (including Sleep and Leonardo dreams of his flying machine), Butterfly Dreams by John Tavener; Judith Weir’s a blue true dream of sky and works by Dowland, Huub de Lange and others. At 7pm, BCE will offer an free pre-performance workshop, including a lecture from Artistic Director Andrew Shenton and musical demonstrations from the choir.
Boston Choral Ensemble/ Andrew Shenton
Works by Eric Whitacre, Judith Weir, Tavener, Dowland
FIrst Church in Cambridge, UCC
Advance Sales: $18 general admission, $9
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Join the Boston Choral Ensemble for Butterfly Dreams! In this program we explore the dream state with evocative music by Eric Whitacre (including Sleep and Leonardo dreams of his flying machine), Butterfly Dreams by John Tavener; Judith Weir’s a blue true dream of sky and works by Dowland, Huub de Lange and others.
Boston Choral Ensemble/ Andrew Shenton
Works by Eric Whitacre, Judith Weir, Tavener, Dowland
Old South Church

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Acclaimed soprano Karen Driscoll joins forces with celebrated Worcester pianist Sima Kustanovich to present their inspiring concert of vocal music, including a variety of classical to contemporary repertoire from Haydn to Menotti based on women on the brink of love, madness and desperation.
Karen Driscoll (Soprano), Sima Kustanovich (Piano)
Works by Arianna a Naxos (Haydn), Joan of Arc's Aria (Tchaikovsky), Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix (Saint-Saëns), Drei Ophelia Lieder (Strauss), To this We've Come (Menotti)
Clark University-Traina Center for the Performing Arts -Razzo Recital Hall

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CONCORA’s annual critically-acclaimed all-Bach concert with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra features the Magnificat (BWV 243), Cantata 1 “Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern!” and Concerto in D Minor for Harpsichord (BWV 1052) with HSO harpsichordist Margreet Francis. Richard Coffey conducts CONCORA, the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, and soloists. Directions and parking <a href="http://www.iccucc.org/about/directions-and-parking/" target="_blank">http://www.iccucc.org/about/directions-and-parking/</a>
CONCORA / Richard Coffey, Artistic Director and Conductor
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Immanuel Congregational Church

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CONCORA vocal soloists perform passionate solo art songs about the joys, perils, ecstasies and pitfalls of love ... and longing. A reception follows.
CONCORA
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St. John's Episcopal Church
$10-$45
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Angeli te custodiant sings Gregorian chant and works by Byrd, Mundy, and Hassler. Baroque cellist Michal Stein plays J.S. Bach.

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First Church in Cambridge
www.nightsong.org
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Canticum vespertinum sings Gregorian chant and works by Gesualdo, Loosemore, Palestrina and Tallis. With contemplative improvisations by jazz pianist Ben Schwendener.

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First Church in Cambridge
www.nightsong.org
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The parish choir singing under the direction of Helen Ward Mannix with guest organist Barbara Bruns from the Parish of Christ Church, Andover and Associate Conductor of The Boston Cecilia. The choir will sing Requiem by Gabriel Faure and Mag and Nunc in C by Stanford
Helen Ward Mannix, director, Barbara Bruns, organ
Works by Faure Requiem, Stanford's Mag and Nunc in C major, Hathaway responses
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

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Ross Wood plays the organ of St. Paul's in Harvard Square.

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St. Paul's Church

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Jennifer McPherson, College of the Holy Cross, plays the organ of St. Paul's in Harvard Square.

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St. Paul's Church

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Jennifer McPherson, College of the Holy Cross, plays the organ of St. Paul's in Harvard Square.

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St. Paul's Church

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John Dunn, St. Paul's Church, plays the organ of St. Paul's in Harvard Square.

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St. Paul's Church

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Joseph Fort, Emmanuel College Cambridge and Harvard University plays the organ of St. Pauls, Harvard Square.

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St. Paul's Church

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Christian Lane, Memorial Church, Harvard University, plays the organ of St. Pauls, Harvard Square.

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St. Paul's Church

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Music by Lehman, Sumison, Gibbons, Parry Evensong Choir; Stuart Forster (cond, dir) 617-876-0200 <a href="http://www.cccambridge.org" target="_blank">www.cccambridge.org</a>

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Christ Church

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Christ Church Adult Choir and soloists; David Briggs, organ; Stuart Forster, cond; 617-876-0200 <a href="http://www.cccambridge.org" target="_blank">www.cccambridge.org</a>

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Christ Church

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Christa Rakich plays the organ at First Parish Unitarian, Norwell. dexpcdoc@gmail.com

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First Parish Unitarian

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Christa Rakich plays the organ at First Parish Unitarian, Norwell. dexpcdoc@gmail.com

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First Parish Unitarian

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Richard Hill, Philip Jones, Steven Young and Alex Pattavina play Mendelssohn organ works. 508-238-6666

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Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

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AGO Festival Chorus; Organists Philip Jones, Steven Young, Jim Moore and Richard Hill. 508-586-3022

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Christ Church Congregational

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Organ recital by Philippe Lefebvre, Organiste Titulaire, Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris, France. 508-793-2296

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St. Joseph Memorial Chapel, College of the Holy Cross

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Organ recital by Ben Sheen. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Organ recital by Mario Duella. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Organ recital by Henk Galenkamp. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Organ recital by Andrew Kotylo. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Organ recital by John Robinson. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Organ recital by Rich Spotts. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Organ recital by Jason Abel. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Organ recital by Leslie Smith. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Organ recital by Alison Riseley-Clark. 617-536-0944

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Trinity Church

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Capricious Italians: a 17th-century Musical Journey. Music by Italian musicians who traveled to Austria & Poland, and Polish & Austrian musicians who made their way to Italy, including Ferro, Neri, Farina, Waesich, Cato, Kapsberger & others. 617-666-9810

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Somerville Museum
12 Museum members
Capricious Italians: a 17th-century Musical Journey. Music by Italian musicians who traveled to Austria & Poland, and Polish & Austrian musicians who made their way to Italy, including Ferro, Neri, Farina, Waesich, Cato, Kapsberger & others. 617-776-0692

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Lindsay Chapel, First Church Congregational
12 Museum members
Trios by Stephen Storace, Haydn and Beethoven. 617-492-4758 <a href="http://www.sarasamusic.org" target="_blank">www.sarasamusic.org</a>

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Friends Meeting House
12 Students with ID; Free children under
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Trios by Stephen Storace, Haydn and Beethoven. 617-492-4758 <a href="http://www.sarasamusic.org" target="_blank">www.sarasamusic.org</a>

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First Parish Church Hall
12 Students with ID; Free children under
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The Seraphim Singers: Jennifer Lester, director; The Boston New Music Initiative: Douglas McRay Daniels, music director; Heinrich Christensen, organ. 20th and 21st century works for chorus and chamber ensemble. 617-926-0126 <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a>

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St. Peter's Church

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Palestrina Missa Ut Re Mi Fa Sol La, works of Monteverdi. 401-274-5073 <a href="http://www.ScholaCantorumBoston.com" target="_blank">www.ScholaCantorumBoston.com</a>

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Church of St. John the Evangelist
7 Students
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Palestrina Missa Ut Re Mi Fa Sol La, works of Monteverdi. 401-274-5073 <a href="http://www.ScholaCantorumBoston.com" target="_blank">www.ScholaCantorumBoston.com</a>

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RISD Museum of St. John
7 Students
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Noontime brown bag concerts, part of Mechanics Hall organ concert series – FREE Co-sponsored by WorcAGO. “<i><b>A trip to the Moon</b></i>” (1902) <br> See the original movie everyone is talking about, as seen in “Hugo“, the movie nominated for 11 academy awards, as brilliantly accompanied (silent-film-style) by Peter Krasinski on the mighty Worcester Organ (E G & G Hook, 1846: M IV/65) at Mechanics Hall. <br> <b><i>A Trip to the Moon (Le Voyage dans la lune)</i></b> is a 1902 French silent science-fiction film. It is based loosely on two popular novels of the time: Jules Verne’s From the Earth to the Moon and H. G. Wells’ The First Men in the Moon. <br> The film was written and directed by Georges Méliès, assisted by his brother Gaston. It was extremely popular at the time of its release, and is the best-known of the hundreds of fantasy films made by Méliès. A Trip to the Moon is the first science fiction film, and uses innovative animation and special effec

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Mechanics Hall

Contact: Info: 508-752-5608
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Riccardo Adamo, organist of the Chiesa di San Pietro in Vincola, Limone Piemonte (Italy), gives his first concert in America. Wed. Feb. 29 12:05 to 12:35. Organ by Walter Holtkamp, St. (1955) Artist website: <a href="http://riccardoadamo.it" target="_blank">http://riccardoadamo.it</a>

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MIT Chapel

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Mark Roberts, Organ Scholar, Christ's College, Cambridge (UK), Wed. Mar. 7, 12:05 to 12:35. Organ by Walter Holtkamp, St. (1955)

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MIT Chapel

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Come and join us as we present the second of two concerts that present the Messiah in its entirety, including those rarely-performed movements! Soloists include Rebekah Alexander (soprano), Brooke Larimer (mezzo), Christian Milde (tenor), and John Whittlesey (baritone); the Messiah Festival Orchestra will be conducted by Cathy Meyer. Bring your own score or borrow one of ours. Free admission (donations taken at door). A reception will follow. This concert is part of our 38th annual Messiah-Sing tradition and 2011-12 concert series.
Cathy Meyer, conductor; Messiah Festival Orchestra
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Memorial Congregational Church

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On Friday, March 30 at 7pm St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Cambridge will be hosting “Sing Peace,” a hymn festival led by and featuring the hymns of Adam Tice. Many of Tice’s texts focus on issues of peace and social justice, and these hymns will be highlighted in the hymn festival, along with a few spirituals as well. In conjunction with the themes of peace and social justice, a donation will be taken at the door of the hymn festival to benefit the work of two outstanding groups who work for peace and justice, the Mennonite Central Committee and the Scholarship Program for children in Haiti run by the Episcopal Sisters of St. Margaret. We invite you all to please join us for what will be a wonderful night of music making and supporting wonderful causes! The suggested donation is $20, $10 for students and seniors, but we encourage everyone to attend regardless of how much you can give, whether it is more or less! St. Peter’s is located at 838 Mass. Ave, Cambridge, MA, and is
Stephanie Budwey
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St. Peter's Episcopal Church
All donations go to Mennonite Central Co
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New England Classical Singers under the direction of David Hodgkins present Eternal Light: A Musical Meditation. A concert of sacred choral music featuring Palestrina’s Missa Lauda Sion, Poulenc’s Motets for the Season of Lent, and Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna with guest organist Susan DeSelms. Ample free parking. For more information call 978-474-6090 or visit <a href="http://www.newenglandclassical.org" target="_blank">www.newenglandclassical.org</a>
New England Classical Singers, David Hodgkins, Susan DeSelms
Works by Palestrina, Poulenc and Lauridsen
St. Michael Parish
Free for children and students with ID
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Arthur Honegger’s dramatic oratorio for chorus and orchestra tells the epic tale of David, the passionate musician, poet and warrior, who began life as a shepherd and became the King of Israel. Featured performers will include soprano Jessica Jacobs, tenor Stanley Wilson and narrator Roger Brunelle. Preceding the concert at 3:00 PM, Rabbi Matthew Berger of Temple Emmanuel will present an informative lecture about the fascinating figure of David and his significance in the history of Israel. This concert is supported in part by an Alfred Nash Patterson Grant from Choral Arts New England, and by the David & Sarah Gould Temple Emanuel Music Festival Fund. This program is also supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by the Worcester Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Malcolm Halliday
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Temple Emmanuel

Contact: (508) 842-1349, mswma.org
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Arthur Honegger’s dramatic oratorio for chorus and orchestra tells the epic tale of David, the passionate musician, poet and warrior, who began life as a shepherd and became the King of Israel. Featured performers will include soprano Jessica Jacobs, tenor Stanley Wilson and narrator Roger Brunelle. Preceding the concert at 3:00 PM, Rabbi Matthew Berger of Temple Emmanuel will present an informative lecture about the fascinating figure of David and his significance in the history of Israel. This concert is supported in part by an Alfred Nash Patterson Grant from Choral Arts New England, and by the David & Sarah Gould Temple Emanuel Music Festival Fund. This program is also supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by the Worcester Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Malcolm Halliday
Works by Arthur Honegger
Temple Emmanuel

Contact: (508) 842-1349, mswma.org
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Arthur Honegger’s dramatic oratorio for chorus and orchestra tells the epic tale of David, the passionate musician, poet and warrior, who began life as a shepherd and became the King of Israel. Featured performers will include soprano Jessica Jacobs, tenor Stanley Wilson and narrator Roger Brunelle. Preceding the concert at 3:00 PM, Rabbi Matthew Berger of Temple Emmanuel will present an informative lecture about the fascinating figure of David and his significance in the history of Israel. This concert is supported in part by an Alfred Nash Patterson Grant from Choral Arts New England, and by the David & Sarah Gould Temple Emanuel Music Festival Fund. This program is also supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by the Worcester Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Malcolm Halliday
Works by Arthur Honegger
Temple Emmanuel

Contact: (508) 842-1349, mswma.org
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Arthur Honegger’s dramatic oratorio for chorus and orchestra tells the epic tale of David, the passionate musician, poet and warrior, who began life as a shepherd and became the King of Israel. Featured performers will include soprano Jessica Jacobs, tenor Stanley Wilson and narrator Roger Brunelle. Preceding the concert at 3:00 PM, Rabbi Matthew Berger of Temple Emmanuel will present an informative lecture about the fascinating figure of David and his significance in the history of Israel. This concert is supported in part by an Alfred Nash Patterson Grant from Choral Arts New England, and by the David & Sarah Gould Temple Emanuel Music Festival Fund. This program is also supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by the Worcester Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Malcolm Halliday
Works by Arthur Honegger
Temple Emmanuel

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Mark Steinbach, Brown University organist, will perform Brahms' "Prelude and Fugue in G minor" (1856), Heiller's "Passacaglia" (1942) and solo movements from "Vesper" (1978) on the 1903 Huthings-Votey organ. Acclaimed baritone Andrew Garland will be featured in Mahler's "Rückert Lieder" with organ.
Mark Steinbach, organ; Andrew Garland, baritone
Works by Brahms, Mahler, Heiller
Sayles Hall

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The Zamir Chorale of Boston and the Trinity Choirs join together at Trinity in an unusual one-time concert featuring works of Lewandowski, Rossi, Lampl, Bernstein, Milhaud, Mendelssohn, Purcell, and Parry. Tickets are available in the Shop at Trinity, located downstairs in the Undercroft, for $5, $15, or $25. Contact: Jenn Grandfield: jgrandfield@trinityinspires.org, 617-536-0944 x354

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Trinity Church, Copley Square

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Concert of violin and viola sonatas with harpsichord by Handel and Bach.
Michelle Graveline, harpsichord; Peter Sulski, violin/viola
Works by Bach, Handel
Assumption College Chapel of the Holy Spirit

Contact: 508-767-7304
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Salisbury Singers presents music of the Baroque. Cantata 4 of J. S. Bach, Dettingen Te Deum of Handel, and Laudate Jehovam of Telemann. With the Bach Consort of Worcester. Michelle Graveline, conductor.
Salisbury Singers; Michelle Graveline, conductor
Works by Bach, Handel, Telemann
Trinity Lutheran Church
students $10
Contact: 508-799-3848
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Gabriel Faure's "Requiem in D Minor, op. 48" with Guest Conductor, Myron Heaton; Memoli String Quartet; St. John Choir and Guest Soloists; Organist, Lois Toeppner
Lois Toeppner, Minister of Music, St. John Ev. Lutheran, Sudbury
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St. John Ev. Lutheran Church <a href="http://www.stjohnsudbury.org" target="_blank">www.stjohnsudbury.org</a>

Contact: 978-443-8350 or 978-372-4036
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Gabriel Faure's "Requiem in D minor, op. 48". Guest conductor, Myron Heaton; Memoli String Quartet; St. John Choir and Guest Soloists; Organist, Lois Toeppner
Lois toeppner, Minister of Music
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St. John Ev. Lutheran Church <a href="http://www.stjohnsudbury.org" target="_blank">www.stjohnsudbury.org</a>

Contact: 978-443-8350 or 978-372-4036
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March 27 Concert to re-establish historic connection and begin new collaboration between the Harvard Glee Club and the Choir of Men and Boys of All Saints, Ashmont. The musical directors of the groups--Andrew Sheranian (Ashmont) and Andrew Clark (Harvard)--have planned a 1 hour concert featuring each group separately and together. Mr. Sheranian especially invites boys in the 3rd through 6th grades who are interested in singing and their parents to attend, and to speak with him more about the choir after the concert. See allsaints.net for more information.
Andrew Sheranian
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Parish of All Saints

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Boston Bach Birthday 327 is sponsored jointly by the Boston Chapter, American Guild of Organists, and The First Lutheran Church of Boston. 10:30 am — Jonathan Wessler, organ Concerto in d minor (after Vivaldi), BWV 596/RV 565 From Clavierübung III, manualiter chorales: Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam, BWV 685 Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit, BWV 672 Christe, aller Welt Trost, BWV 673 Kyrie, Gott heiliger Geist, BWV 674 Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir, BWV 687 Pièce d’Orgue, BWV 572 (Kenneth Gilbert, ed.) 11:15 — Third Choice: The Leipzig Musical Competition of 1722-1723 Lecture concept and text by Paul A. Blanchard Robert Hiss, Reader 11:45 am — Colin Lynch, organ Trio No. 4 in e minor, BWV 528 Prelude and Fugue in e minor, BWV 548 (the “Wedge”) 12:15-1:15 — German Lunch ($13. Reserve by March 22; 617-536-8851) 1:30 — “PRINCIPAL PAUL”: Peter Krasinski, organ Organ im

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The First Lutheran Church of Boston

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Master's candidate at Brigham Young University (Boston-area debut)

Works by Wood, Bach, Wammes, Franck, Gawthrop
MIT Chapel

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Organ by Walter Holtkamp, Sr. (1955)

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MIT Chapel

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Jennifer McPherson, organist

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First Unitarian

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Canticum vespertinum (mixed choral ensemble of 8 from Night Song) sings Gregorian chant and the complete Lamentations of Jeremiah by Victoria. <a href="http://www.nightsong.org" target="_blank">www.nightsong.org</a>

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First Church in Cambridge

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The twentieth century, widely considered a epoch of secularism triumphant, led to an extraordinary outpouring of classical works on religious and spiritual themes. In this audio-enhanced tour, Alex Ross, music critic of The New Yorker and the author of the award-winning cultural history The Rest is Noise, takes us through masterpieces of Igor Stravinsky, Olivier Messiaen, and other twentieth-century masters. Alex Ross has been the music critic for The New Yorker since 1996. He is the author of the international bestseller The Rest is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century, which was a finalist for the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and won the 2007 National Book Critics Circle Award. His latest book is Listen to This. A book-signing will follow the talk. The lecture is part of the 2012 Price Lecture series, and is free and open to the public.
Alex Ross
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Trinity Church, Copley Square

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For centuries, Christians have walked the final steps of Christ through a series of Lenten devotions known as the Stations of the Cross. In 1931, French organist Marcel Dupré improvised and transcribed musical meditations based on fourteen poems by Paul Claudel, one for each station. Join us as world-renowned organist Stephen Hamilton plays Dupré’s dramatic and haunting Chemin de la Croix.
Stephen Hamilton
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Trinity Church, Copley Square

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Organ Concert on the historic 1928 E. M. Skinner organ at First Parish, Fitchburg, as part of the concert series marking the 175th anniversary of the building. Robin Dinda, organist, performs music by Mendelssohn from 1837 (the year the church was built), Dinda "Nocturne" (written for the First Parish organ), Reger's "Introduction and Passacaglia in d minor", and Dinda's "Kiya Pup Strut". Organist Renea Waligora will join Dr. Dinda in music for four hands and four feet, "It's All about the Dog", and "Liberty Bell March", and percussionist Lucas Moisson will participate in never-before-heard improvisations for digital percussion and pipe organ.
Robin Dinda
Works by Mendelssohn, Reger, Dinda, Sousa, Improvisations
First Parish Church

Contact: 978-345-0933
Ross Wood, organist plays at 5 pm Sunday, May 20

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St. Michael's Church

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Salisbury Singers presents music of the Baroque. Cantata 4 of J. S. Bach, Dettingen Te Deum of Handel, and Laudate Jehovam of Telemann. With the Bach Consort of Worcester. Michelle Graveline, conductor.
Salisbury Singers/Michelle Graveline, Director
Works by Bach, Handel, Telemann
Trinity Lutheran Church
Students $10
Contact: 508-799-3848
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Concert for Organ, Brass & Tympani with organist Leo Abbott and the Cathedral Brass Ensemble. Music of Gabrieli, Bach, Loeillet, Strauss and Gigout. The free-will offering will benefit the Cathedral Music Ministry

Works by Gabrieli, Bach, Loeiilet, Strauss, Gigout
St. Joseph Church

Contact: Rev. David Michael, Pastor or Leo Abbott
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Concert for Organ, Brass & Tympani with organist Leo Abbott and the Cathedral Brass Ensemble. Music of Gabrieli, Bach, Loeillet, Strauss and Gigout. The free-will offering will benefit the Cathedral Music Ministry

Works by Gabrieli, Bach, Loeiilet, Strauss, Gigout
St. Joseph Church

Contact: Rev. David Michael, Pastor or Leo Abbott
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Concert for Organ, Brass & Tympani with organist Leo Abbott and the Cathedral Brass Ensemble. Music of Gabrieli, Bach, Loeillet, Strauss and Gigout. The free-will offering will benefit the Cathedral Music Ministry

Works by Gabrieli, Bach, Loeiilet, Strauss, Gigout
St. Joseph Church

Contact: Rev. David Michael, Pastor or Leo Abbott
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2nd International Rachmaninoff Russian Music Festival & Boston Vocal Arts Center present Tchaikovsky’s opera “Iolanta” with Metropolitan Opera soprano Dina Kuznetsova in the lead role. Other cast members include Olga Lisovskaya, soprano; Danute Mileika & Julia Jaffe Reaboi, mezzo-soprano; Adam Klein & Daniel Kamalic, tenor; David Gvinianidze, baritone; Alexander Prokhorov, bass-baritone; Elias Notus & David Wadden, bass. Yuri Kordonskiy is the stage director; Sergei Khanukaev conducts the Boston Vocal Arts Studio Orchestra.

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Makor Concert Hall

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2nd International Rachmaninoff Russian Music Festival & Boston Vocal Arts Center present Tchaikovsky’s opera “Iolanta” with Zhanna Alkhazoba in the lead role. Other cast members include Yelena Dudochkin , soprano; Amy Oraftik & Lidiya Yankovskaya, mezzo-soprano; Adam Klein & Daniel Kamalic, tenor; Kevin Kees, baritone; Alexander Prokhorov, bass-baritone; and Elias Notus & Arkady Zilberberg, bass. Yuri Kordonskiy is the stage director; Sergei Khanukaev conducts the Boston Vocal Arts Studio Orchestra.

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Makor Concert Hall

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The 2nd International Rachmaninoff Russian Music Festival presents "Brilian Jewels & Rare Gems," a piano recital featuring works of Rachmaninoff, Glazunov & Arensky performed by virtuoso pianist Vassily Primakov. In recent years, Primakov has been hailed as a pianist of world class importance. Gramophone wrote that “Primakov’s empathy with Chopin’s spirit could hardly be more complete,” and the American Record Guide stated: “Since Gilels, how many pianists have the right touch? In Chopin, no one currently playing sounds as good as this! This is a great Chopin pianist.” Joining Vassily Primakov for this dazzling concert are Zoya Shereshkova, cello & Natalia Lavrova, piano.
Vassily Primakov & Natalia Lavrova, piano; Zoya Shereshkova, cello
Works by works of Rachmaninoff, Glazunov & Arensky
The New England Conservatory's Williams Hall
$37 , $27 st/sr, $17 children 12 & young
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The Candlelight Chorale presents a program of Romantic sacred music. Antonín Dvorak’s sunny and joyful Mass in D is the main offering. Composed in 1887 for the consecration of a chapel in Bohemia, this uplifting and dramatic work will feature organist Frederick MacArthur and soloists Sudie Marcuse, Deborah Rentz-Moore, Ray Bauwens and William Holloway. Also on the program is Felix Mendelssohn’s famous and lyrical “Hear My Prayer,” a beautiful and plaintive gem from 1844. This lovely work features soprano Sudie Marcuse singing the words of the psalmist, accompanied by choir and organ. This is the first of several musical events that will celebrate the restoration of the First Religious Society’s historic pipe organ. Originally built in 1834 by Newburyport native Joseph Alley and expanded in 1889 by the Boston firm of George Hutchings, it was rebuilt again in 1957 by the Andover Organ Company, and is just now being rebuilt for the third time by the Vermont firm of A. Dav
Jay Lane, conductor; Frederick MacArthur, organist
Works by Dvorak, Mendelssohn
First Religious Society U. U.

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Gombert and Thomas Crequillon, musicians at the court of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, wrote music both sacred and secular. Crequillon’s compositions are uniformly delicate and elegant, while Gombert’s range from lighter chansons to magisterial sacred works. Both wrote music that has remained popular with singers for hundreds of years. This program features lighthearted chansons by both composers, together with Gombert’s spectacular and rarely-performed Missa Quam pulchra es. Based on a motet from earlier generations, this opulent mass, composed for Pope Clement VII, weaves six voices together to create complex and beautifully unexpected sonorities. The mass has been newly edited for this performance. Call church at 978-263-2822 for advance ticket purchase.
Vox Lucens, Jay Lane, Conductor
Works by Gombert, Crequillon
St. Matthew's United Methodist Church
2.50 discount for advance purchase
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Sample a variety of wines from around the world, savory treats and desserts while you bid on donated goods and services. Featured items will include a Bose Wave Radio, a Provincetown Weekend Getaway, a Washburn Guitar, an iPod Touch, a variety of exceptional performance tickets, admission passes and memberships to regional museums/organizations, and original watercolor artwork donated by local artists. Entertainment provided throughout the evening by Master Singers To Go and Malcolm Halliday on the celebrated Dobson organ. Cash and checks accepted for tickets and purchases Credit cards not accepted
Master Singers To Go, Malcolm Halliday
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Pakachoag Church

Sample a variety of wines from around the world, savory treats and desserts while you bid on donated goods and services. Featured items will include a Bose Wave Radio, a Provincetown Weekend Getaway, a Washburn Guitar, an iPod Touch, a variety of exceptional performance tickets, admission passes and memberships to regional museums/organizations, and original watercolor artwork donated by local artists. Entertainment provided throughout the evening by Master Singers To Go and Malcolm Halliday on the celebrated Dobson organ.
Master Singers To Go, Malcolm Halliday
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Pakachoag Church
Cash and checks accepted for tickets and
Contact: (508) 842-1349
Choral singers and their audiences admit to a favorite composer: Brahms, and with good reason. No other composer combines the sublime richness of harmonic vocabulary with the evocative, poetic texts Brahms favors. Join The Spectrum Singers and Music Director John W. Ehrlich on a journey through many of Brahms's most beautiful works for voice - from his hauntingly bardic op. 17 Four Songs for Women's Voices, 2 Horns, and Harp through his mid-career masterworks - the superb Two Songs for Alto, Viola, and Piano, here graced with soloists Kendra Colton, Mary-Ruth Ray and James Barkovic - to some of Brahms's most poignant works for chorus: his a cappella and deeply philosophical Five Songs, op. 104, the achingly heartfelt Sehnsucht, and three songs of the night: Der Abend, O Schoene Nacht, and Waldesnacht. Free pre-concert lecture at 7PM by Steven Ledbetter. Complete information @ <a href="http://www.spectrumsingers.org" target="_blank">www.spectrumsingers.org</a>
The Spectrum Singers, John W. Ehrlich, Music Director, Kendra Colton, vocalist, Mary-Ruth Ray, viola, James Barkovic and Terry Halco, pianists
Works by Johannes Brahms
1st Church in Cambridge, Congregational
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The Old West Organ Society presents Lynne Davis in recital on the Fisk organ, performing works of Bach, Sweelinck, De Grigny, and Alain
Lynne Davis
Works by Sweelinck, De Grigny, Bach, Alain
Old West Church
OWOS Members $15
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Premiere of "The Green Leaves of Eireigh" for SSA, flute, and piano by Worcester AGO member Dorothy VanAndel Frisch
Shrewsbury High School Choral Concert/Michael Lapomardo
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Shrewsbury High School

The MetroWest Choral Artists Leonardo Ciampa, Founding Director Proudly present: MARIO DUELLA Organist & JEAN DANTON Soprano Hear these two renowned performers in music by Liszt, Saint-Saëns, Morandi, Petrali, &c. This concert is in celebration of the INAUGURATION of the MetroWest Choral Artists (Leonardo Ciampa, Director) who will perform BRAHMS Waldesnacht (“Forest Night”) CIAMPA Su l’ali del canto (“On Wings of Song”) (World Première) WEDNESDAY, 18 APRIL 2012 at 8:00 p.m. St. Andrew’s Church in Wellesley (79 Denton Road, on the corner of Route 16) $10 suggested donation (payable at the door) For more information: MetroWestChoral@gmail.com (617) 913-8647

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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

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English Composer Andrew Carter's delightful Benedicite calls on all the world to "Bless the Lord!", from the natural world of wind, snow and ice, to the world of living creatures, from whales to weasels, warthogs to wallabies and butterflies to moths! Features choirs from First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury, Trinity Church in Northboro, Wesley United Methodist of Worcester, plus Worcester Youth Orchestras and Worcester Area Musicians.

Works by Andrew Carter
First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury
$10/adults, $5/children and students
Contact: (508) 845-7286
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Choral and Orchestral Concert presented Malcolm Halliday and Audrey White, conductors The adult choirs of First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury, Trinity Church in Northborough and Wesley United Methodist Church of Worcester combine with the Worcester Youth Orchestrasm professional players and the FCC children’s choirs to present the English composer Andrew Carter’s Benedicite. This delightful work calls on all the world to “Bless the Lord!” from the natural world of wind, snow and ice, as well as the world of living creatures, from whales to weasels, warthogs and wallabies, all the way down to butterflies and moths! Several other works showcasing many of the participants will be also be featured, including a Vivaldi Bassoon concerto with Michael Westberry, bassoon. Admission: Suggested donation $10 adult, $5 children and students 

Malcolm Halliday, Audrey White
Works by Carter, Pachelbel, Vierne, Vivaldi
First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

Contact: www.fccsm.org (click on Arts on the Green)
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St. Paul Parish Adult Choir Annual Spring Concert. Mozart “Coronation Mass”, Haydn’s “The Heavens Are Telling” from “The Creation”. Mozart “Ave Verum” and “Laudate Dominum”. The St. Paul Parish Adult Choir: Jonathan Wessler, director; Alexander Pattavina, organist; joined by soloists, Camila Parias, Sarah Mitchell, Tom Gregg, and Ian Pomerantz and a small orchestra. Sunday parking in Cambridge is free and resident parking restrictions are not in effect.

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St Paul Church

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Worcester Children's Chorus has quickly grown to become the leading children’s chorus in central Massachusetts. Hear this delightful chorus in their year-end concert, with all of their choirs participating, from Da Capo, through Young Artist, to Concert Choir and Tour Chorus.
Worcester Children's Chorus performing; Malcolm Halliday, Director of Arts on the Green Series
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury
$5 for children and students
Contact: 508-845-7286
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Outstanding singers "Ray Bauwens" and Christina White join forces with pianist Malcolm Halliday to present a concert of the ever popular George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Victor Herbert, accompanied by delicious desserts.
Ray Bauwens, Christina White, vocals; Malcolm Halliday, piano
Works by George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Victor Herbert
First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury
$5 for children and students, ($ benefit
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Malcolm Halliday plays the historic 1874 Johnson & Son organ at the Gilbertville Trinitarian Congregational Church, 283 Main Street (Route 32), Gilbertville, MA. The concert will be a varied program including solo works by Bach, Callahan Mendelssohn and Stanley. Malcolm will also accompany Stanley Wilson in the world premier of Thomas Merton settings for organ and tenor, Songs of Ecstasy, composed by the nationally known composer Gwyneth Walker, as well as songs by Henry Purcell. Celebrated baritone Donald Boothman will join Mr. Wilson to perform the well-known duet from Bizet's The Pearl Fishers. A reception follows the concert. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.triparishcc.org/bsc" target="_blank">www.triparishcc.org/bsc</a>

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Gilbertville Trinitarian Congregational Church
children 12 and under admitted free
The Master Singers of Worcester Conducted by Malcolm Halliday Carol Barnett’s The World Beloved: a Bluegrass Mass will feature Blackstone Valley Bluegrass in this energetic, eclectic work for chorus and soloists. Also on the program will be Gwyneth Walker’s The Great Trees, with clarinetist Chester Brezniak and pianist Olga Rogach joining the chorus and soloists in evocative settings of texts by the Kentucky poet Wendell Berry, celebrating the beauty beauty and spirituality of nature. This program is supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Master Singers of Worcester, conducted by Malcolm Halliday
Works by Carol Barnett, Gwyneth Walker
Salem Covenant Church

Contact: 508-842-1349
The Master Singers of Worcester Conducted by Malcolm Halliday Carol Barnett’s The World Beloved: a Bluegrass Mass will feature Blackstone Valley Bluegrass in this energetic, eclectic work for chorus and soloists. Also on the program will be Gwyneth Walker’s The Great Trees, with clarinetist Chester Brezniak and pianist Olga Rogach joining the chorus and soloists in evocative settings of texts by the Kentucky poet Wendell Berry, celebrating the beauty beauty and spirituality of nature. This program is supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Master Singers of Worcester, conducted by Malcolm Halliday
Works by Carol Barnett, Gwyneth Walker
Salem Covenant Church

Contact: 508-842-1349
Workshop Since a period of disuse, Gregorian Chant is once again being realized as an important part of worship in the church. A six week class in reading, singing, conducting, transcribing , history, and implement chant in your parish. Also - chant-based organ music. A six week class. Wednesday evenings beginning mid June. Call for information and reservation - 781.420.6880
Dr. G. Fredrick Guzasjy
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The Church of St. John The Evangelist
call for tuition info 781.420.6880
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Jonathan Bezdegian performs works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Cook, Creston and Vierne.
Jonathan Bezdegian, organist
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First Unitarian Church

Katelyn Emerson performs works by Reger, Alain, Franck, Durufle, Vierne, Widor.
Katelyn Emerson, organist
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First Unitarian Church

Organ students who have been awarded scholarships by the Worcester AGO to continue their studies perform a concert at the Chapter's Annual Meeting.

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First Baptist Church

Celebrating 1 with String Trios of Mozart, Schubert, and Elliott Carter Friday, May 18, 2012 at 7:00 PM St. Paul’s Episcopal Parish • 26 Washington Street Malden, MA 02148 <a href="http://www.FirebrandConcertSeries.com" target="_blank">www.FirebrandConcertSeries.com</a> Firebrand Concert Series
Diana Golden
Works by Mozart, Schubert, Carter
St. Paul's Espicsopal Church
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Celebrating 1 with String Trios of Mozart, Schubert, and Elliott Carter Friday, May 18, 2012 at 7:00 PM St. Paul’s Episcopal Parish • 26 Washington Street Malden, MA 02148 <a href="http://www.FirebrandConcertSeries.com" target="_blank">www.FirebrandConcertSeries.com</a> Firebrand Concert Series
Diana Golden
Works by Mozart, Schubert, Carter
St. Paul's Espicsopal Church
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Chamber Music for harpsichord, flutes, recorder, gamba to benefit SPARK(formerly Pediatric AIDS)Boston Medical Ctr. 978-369-5180

Works by Bach, Handel, Cherubini,Telemann, Ingolf Dahl
First Religious Society of Carlisle

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Chamber Music for harpsichord, flutes, recorder, gamba to benefit SPARK(formerly Pediatric AIDS)Boston Medical Ctr. 617-484-1054 x206

Works by Bach, Handel, Cherubini,Telemann, Ingolf Dahl
First Church in Belmont (uubelmont.org)

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Renowned Organist Leo Abbott, will be performing the works of Bach, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Boëllmann and Guilmant. On the beautiful Hook Hastings Op 1168 Built in 1883. Parking available at Whole Foods Lot on Cambridge Street.

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Saint Josephs Parish

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Francesco Cera, internationally acclaimed concert organist and recording artist from Rome, Italy, will perform a free organ concert, which will include works by Italian and German baroque composers. For more information: "<a href="http://academics.holycross.edu/music/cas" target="_blank">http://academics.holycross.edu/music/cas</a>" For driving directions: "<a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>"
Francesco Cera
Works by Italian and German baroque masters
College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
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A free afternoon concert of music for harp, violin and organ featuring the former principal harpist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Ann Hobson Pilot, BSO and Holy Cross organist, James David Christie and Holy Cross faculty violinist, Carol Lieberman. For driving directions: <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>
Ann Hobson Pilot, harp, Carol Lieberman, violin and James David Christie, organ
Works by Bach, Pinkham, Friedell, Büsser, and Saint-Saëns
College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
A free afternoon concert of music for harp, violin and organ featuring the former principal harpist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Ann Hobson Pilot, BSO and Holy Cross organist, James David Christie and Holy Cross faculty violinist, Carol Lieberman. For driving directions: <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>
Ann Hobson Pilot, harp, Carol Lieberman, violin and James David Christie, organ
Works by Bach, Pinkham, Friedell, Büsser, and Saint-Saëns
College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
Marie-Louise Langlais, professor emerita of the Paris (CRR) Conservatory and widow of the composer Jean Langlais, and Sylvie Mallet, Professor of Organ at the Paris (CRR) Conservatory, will present a free organ concert in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. For driving directions: <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>
Marie-Louise Langlais and Sylvie Mallet, organists
Works by A program of baroque music and works of Charles Tournemire and Jean Langlais, including works for two organists
College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
Marie-Louise Langlais, professor emerita of the Paris (CRR) Conservatory and widow of the composer Jean Langlais, and Sylvie Mallet, Professor of Organ at the Paris (CRR) Conservatory, will present a free organ concert in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. For driving directions: <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>
Marie-Louise Langlais and Sylvie Mallet, organists
Works by A program of baroque music and works of Charles Tournemire and Jean Langlais, including works for two organists
College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
Judith Hancock, internationally acclaimed concert organist and faculty member at the University of Austin, will present a free organ recital in memory of her late husband,Gerre Hancock. For driving directions: <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>
Judith Hancock, organist
Works by A colorful and varied program that will include several original compositions of Dr. Gerre Hancock
College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
Judith Hancock, internationally acclaimed concert organist and faculty member at the University of Austin, will present a free organ recital in memory of her late husband,Gerre Hancock. For driving directions: <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>
Judith Hancock, organist
Works by A colorful and varied program that will include several original compositions of Dr. Gerre Hancock
College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
Pavel Kohout, international prizewinner, recording artist and concert organist from Prague, the Czech Republic, will perform a free organ concert in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel at College of the Holy Cross, Worcester MA. For driving directions: <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>
Pavel Kohout, organist
Works by a program of Czech music from the Golden Age of the baroque through the present time
College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
Jennifer McPherson, Organ Scholar of the class of 2013, will present her senior recital in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel at College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. Jennifer was the 2011 winner of the Region I Boston Chapter Quimby/RCYO. For driving directions: <a href="http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycross.edu/directions/hogan.html</a>
Jennifer McPherson, organist
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College of the Holy Cross - Saint Joseph Memorial Chapel
jdchrist@holycross.edu - HC Music Dept:
Zefiro is a Boston/Providence-based ensemble of eight singers devoted to performing vocal music of the 14th-21st centuries. This concert is presented in hopes of raising money for the Boston Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, a professional music fraternity for women. Selections will include sacred music from the Court of Elizabeth I as well as Six \\\\\\\"Fire Songs\\\\\\\" by Lauridsen.

Works by music from the Court of Elizabeth I, Six Fire Songs by Lauridsen, others
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH

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Kumi Shibusawa, Yuka Saruwatari and Reiko Okamoto 617-227-5088

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Old West United Methodist Church

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Mineko Kojima, Mina Iizuka, and Naoko Asao 978-475-0529

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Christ Church (Episcopal)

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Yuka Saruwatari and Reiko Okamoto 978-283-6416

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Annisquam Village Church

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Kumi Shibusawa and Mina Iizuka 978-283-1708 ---- refreshments on the lawn; progressing at 8:30 pm to hear-- See August 18 at 8:30 pm

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St. John's Episcopal Church

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Mineko Kojima and Naoko Asao 978-283-3410

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Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church

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E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings Organ built in 1875. Music of Mendelssohn, Karg-Elert, Jongen and Heiller. Assisted by Gigi Turgeon, violin, and women of the Cathedral Festival Choir. Donations benefit Cathedral Music Ministry. Handicap access at Union Park St. ramp. (617) 542-5682.
Leo Abbott
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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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A recital by Daniel Ryan featuring the Wellesley College carillon. Works of J. S. Bach, Geo Clement, Ronald Barnes, John Gouwens, and Sally Slade Warner. The carillon is located in the Galen Stone tower of Green Hall. A good location for listening is the Academic quad.
Daniel Ryan
Works by J. S. Bach, Geo Clement, Ronald Barnes, John Gouwens, and Sally Slade Warner
Wellesley College

The Great Music on Sundays @5 series, now in its fourteenth consecutive concert year, presents its first of eighteen concerts on Sunday, June 17: “Global Rhythms” featuring exotic, exciting classical and traditional music from Bulgaria, Mexico, Portugal and far-flung locales. The event features Malcolm Halliday on organ and piano, Bulgarian singer Elena Mancheva, and pianist and vocalist John Thomas. All Great Music on Sundays @5 concerts are presented at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House of Provincetown, 236 Commercial Street.[1] The concert includes compositions by renowned composers of Latin-based music for piano, including Manuel Ponce (Estrellita: Metamorfosis de Concierto) and Antonio Fragoso (Nocturno). The historic 1850 Holbrook tracker organ is featured on three compositions by Ramon Noble. Malcolm Halliday and John Thomas will perform four-hand arrangements of the “Habanera” from Ravel’s Rapsodie Espagnole and the delightful “Overture” and “I Am Eas

Works by Bernstein, Fragoso, Noble, Ravel and others
Unitarian Universalist Meeting House
12 & younger admitted free
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Old West Organ Society welcomes Paul Murray playing music of Bach, Couperin, Widor, Mendelssohn & McNeil Robinson <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html</a>

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Old West Church

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Laurence Carson music of Bach & Naji Hakim with Leon Abbott, Lois Regestein & Heinrich Christensen <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html</a>

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Old West Church

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Andrew Shenton music of Tippett, Leighton, Dearnley, Britten, Howells, Simon Preston, Nigel Ogden & Paul Ayres <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html</a>

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Old West Church

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Carson Cooman music of Jim Dalton, James Woodman, Peteris Vasks, Tim Rozema & Christian Asplund <a href=\"http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html\" target=\"_blank\">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html</a>

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Old West Church

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Rosalind Mohnsen music of Luebeck, Karg-Elert, Saint-Saens, Oscar Lindberg, Eugene Thayer, Zsolt Gardonyi <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html</a>

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Old West Church

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Organists from Japan Yuka Saruwatari music of Bach Reiko Okamoto music of Brahms & Franck Kumi Shibusawa music of Bach & Schumann <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html</a>

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Old West Church

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Mark Englehardt music of Bruhns, Bach, Buxtehude, Carson Cooman and James Woodman <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html</a>

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Old West Church

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Ray Nagem music of Hindemith, Reger & Nagem <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/summerseries.html</a>

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Old West Church

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MMMH Summer Series
Brandon Santini
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Barbara Bruns
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Kevin Birch
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Nicole Keller
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Paul Murray
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Peter Kranefoed
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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David Arcus
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Anne Horsch
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Frederick Teardo
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Methuen Young People's Theatre
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Methuen Young People's Theatre
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Methuen Young People's Theatre
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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<a href="http://mmmh.org/web_documents/fallscholarshipfundorganrecital.pdf" target="_blank">http://mmmh.org/web_documents/fallscholarshipfundorganrecital.pdf</a><br> Works by Saint-Saëns, Alain, Franck, Lanquetuit, Thayer, Clark, McKinley and Elmore <br><br>Rosalind Mohnsen is Director of Music and Organist at Immaculate Conception Parish of Malden/Medford, Massachusetts. She received the Bachelor of Music in Education degree in piano from the University of Nebraska and the Master of Music degree and Performer's Certificate in organ from Indiana University. She has studied organ with Myron J. Roberts, Conrad Morgan, Robert Rayfield and in Paris, with Jean Langlais. She has performed throughout the United States in such venues as City Hall in Portland, Maine, Yale University, the National Shrine in Washington, D.C. and the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston, has been a frequent performer for Boston's "First Night", has performed for American Guild of Organists Chapters in Richmond,
Rosalind Mohnsen
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Cost: Tickets: Adults: $20; Children: $5
John Scott
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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The Mystery of the Leaping Fish (1916) - Douglas Fairbanks; A Sailor-Made Man (1921) - Harold Lloyd
Peter Edwin Krasinski
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Music and Displays

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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Ray Cornils, Betty Rines, John Schnell
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall
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Ray Cornils, Betty Rines, John Schnell
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall
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Young improvisational organist Wesley Hall performs on the historic 1864 Hook Organ at Mechanics Hall. Currently in his senior year at the Oberlin Conservatory, where he studies with James David Christie, Wesley was the first freshman chosen to represent the organ department at the Oberlin Danenberg Honors recital in 2009. He was a finalist in the 2008 L. Cameron Johnson and 2007 Albert Schweitzer Organ Competitions, and recently won the Preliminary Regional Competition for Young Organists in Wilmington, NC. Improvising since he was 8 years old, Wesley currently serves as organist at Bethesda-on-the-Bay Lutheran Church in Bay Village, OH.
Wesley Hall
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Mechanics Hall

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Young improvisational organist Wesley Hall performs on the historic 1864 Hook Organ at Mechanics Hall. Currently in his senior year at the Oberlin Conservatory, where he studies with James David Christie, Wesley was the first freshman chosen to represent the organ department at the Oberlin Danenberg Honors recital in 2009. He was a finalist in the 2008 L. Cameron Johnson and 2007 Albert Schweitzer Organ Competitions, and recently won the Preliminary Regional Competition for Young Organists in Wilmington, NC. Improvising since he was 8 years old, Wesley currently serves as organist at Bethesda-on-the-Bay Lutheran Church in Bay Village, OH.
Wesley Hall
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Mechanics Hall

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Boston Singers' Resource annual Pre-Selected Singer auditions: Open to any music director, composer or manager seeking solo/section leader singing talent. Sunday, September 30, 2012, Payson Park Church, 365 Belmont St., Belmont, MA; 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM; Refreshments, resume book provided. More information/registration form: <a href="http://www.bostonsingersresource.org/programs-and-events/bsr-annual-auditions/organization-registration/" target="_blank">http://www.bostonsingersresource.org/programs-and-events/bsr-annual-auditions/organization-registration/</a>

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Payson Park Church
$25 - BSR members; $45 - non-members.
The Memorial Church at Harvard University presents an organ recital featuring Edward Elwyn Jones, Christian Lane, and Carson Cooman. Music of Bach, Bruhns, Buxtehude, Roger-Ducasse, Cooman, Åberg, and Sandresky.
Edward Elwyn Jones; Christian Lane; Carson Cooman
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The Memorial Church at Harvard University presents an organ recital featuring Harry Lyn Huff, Minister of Music and Organist, Old South Church, Boston -- assisted by Christian Lane Music of Calvin Hampton (including "The Alexander Variations" for two organs), Marcel Dupré, Jehan Alain, and Olivier Messiaen.
Harry Lyn Huff
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The Memorial Church at Harvard University presents an organ recital featuring Harold Stover, Organist and Director of Music, Woodfords Congregational Church, Portland, Maine Music of Sowerby, Alter, Thomson, Stover, and Foote.
Harold Stover
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The Memorial Church at Harvard University presents an organ recital featuring Ahreum Han, Artist in Residence/Principal Organist at First Presbyterian Church, Davenport, Iowa Music of Weber, Karg-Elert, Vierne, Bach, Bovet, and Reger.
Ahreum Han
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The Memorial Church at Harvard University presents an organ recital by Erica Johnson Director of Pastoral Music, Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Walpole, Massachusetts, assisted by trumpeter Daniel Davis. Music by Buxtehude, Bach, Krebs, Cellier, and Rheinberger
Erica Johnson
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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First Lutheran's traditional Labor Day concert will feature works by J. S. Bach and original compositions by Bálint Karosi, including two world premiere performances and a Boston premiere performance. Paul Perfetti, trumpet, will join First Lutheran's Minister of Music, Bach Prizewinner Bálint Karosi. on the organ. A root beer floats reception follows the concert in the beautiful Back Bay courtyard. Program: Toccata Adagio and Fugue BWV 564 - J. S. Bach. "Prisms" Ceremonial Processionals for Trumpet and Organ (Boston Premiere) - Karosi. Organ Sonata (2012) (World Premiere): I. Prelude. II. Chorale. III. Scherzo. IV. Berceuse. V. Toccata - Karosi. Tromba Lontana (2011) (World Premiere) - Karosi. Organ Improvisation on a theme composed and submitted by Carson Cooman.

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The First Lutheran Church of Boston
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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals on August 28th & September 4th for the upcoming 4-concert season. All voice parts are welcome, especially basses and tenors. The Master Singers of Worcester number about 50 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities. Membership dues are $100; financial aid is available for those in need. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings starting at 7:15 PM at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury. Singers interested in becoming members may audition at the end of open rehearsals or schedule an appointment by email or phone: info@mswma.org, 508-842-1349.
Malcolm Halliday, Artistic Director
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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All choral singers in the area are invited to come have some late summer choral fun and sing through Mozart’s great masterwork, the Requiem, including the solo sections! Bring your own score or borrow one of ours, or just come and listen. Salisbury Singers Music Director Dr. Michelle Graveline will conduct a short rehearsal of the more challenging sections, and after a break, we will sing this exciting work straight through.

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TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
$5 LISTENERS
Contact: Michelle Graveline
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Music of Mendelssohn, Reger, Howells, Bach, Widor, Prokofiev, and Daveluy <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/IsabelleDemers.html" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/IsabelleDemers.html</a>
Isabelle Demers
Works by Music of Mendelssohn, Reger, Howells, Bach, Widor, Prokofiev, and Daveluy
Woolsey Hall

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Music of Bach, Merulo, Trabaci, and Frescobaldi
Francesco Cera
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Marquand Chapel

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With Mattew Griffith, clarinet, and the Yale Symphony Orchestra Music of Brahms, Jongen, Shaw, and Mussorgsky <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/Murray2012.html" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/Murray2012.html</a>

Works by Music of Brahms, Jongen, Shaw, and Mussorgsky
Woolsey Hall

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Music of Widor, Franck, Vierne, Dupré, Duruflé, and Saint-Saëns <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/VincentDubois.html" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/VincentDubois.html</a>
Vincent Dubois
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Woolsey Hall

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Music of Purcell and others <a href="http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/Jean2012.html" target="_blank">http://www.yale.edu/ism/events/Jean2012.html</a>
Martin Jean
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Marquand Chapel

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Featuring Worcester AGO chapter member, pianist Malcolm Halliday, with 10 other artists in a concert of songs and chamber music by the Viennese composer Franz Schubert, and presented in the ideal setting, Worcester's beautiful Tuckerman Hall. The program will recreate a “Schubertiad,” an intimate concert that Franz Schubert and his contemporaries would have presented in Vienna in the early 19th century. The evening will feature string players, singers and pianists from greater Worcester and across the country in works including Schubert's Lieder, Shepherd on the Rock, four hand piano music and the beloved Trout Quintet. Appearing are soprano Jane Schivick; mezzo-soprano D'Anna Fortunato; tenor Stanley Wilson; baritone John Salvi; clarinetist Chester Brezniak; pianists Malcolm Halliday and Olga Rogach; and the Cade's Cove Chamber Players (violonist Leah Zelnick, violist Angel Hernandez, cellist Caroline Reiner-Williams and bassist James Brehany). This program is supported in part

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Tuckerman Hall
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Solo piano recital by pianist Malcolm Halliday featuring Bach Italian Concerto; Mozart Sonata in C, K. 330; Chopin Polonaise in A major, E major Nocturne and Ballade no. 3 in A flat major, Simple Gifts arr. Joseph Martin and Leo Sowerby's Irish Washerwoman.
Malcolm Halliday, FAGO
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Briarwood Retirement Community

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Solo piano recital by pianist Malcolm Halliday featuring Bach Italian Concerto; Mozart Sonata in C, K. 330; Chopin Polonaise in A major, E major Nocturne and Ballade no. 3 in A flat major, Simple Gifts arr. Joseph Martin and Leo Sowerby\'s Irish Washerwoman.
Malcolm Halliday, FAGO
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Briarwood Retirement Community

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This month we will kick off a new year of music at First Congregational Church with a concert featuring local professional musicians. Ensemble St. Germain was founded by its director and flautist Timothy Macri, who also serves as cantor for the Mission Hill Basilica in Boston. Featuring vocalists and a string quartet of players from Natick and the surrounding areas of Boston, the group has graciously offered to reprise its debut concert of stunning music by Gabriel Fauré (including his haunting "Pavane"), Maurice Duruflé (the beloved Prelude & Fugue sur nom d'Alain), and Jehan Alain, featuring his colorful Messe Modale en septour for flute, voices and strings. With the collaboration of FCC's own organist, this promises to be an alternately dazzling and quietly moving showcase of masterworks from the early twentieth century, modern in substance but inspired by traditional chant and the emotional expression of earlier ages.
Ensemble St. Germain, Tim Macri, music director
Works by Jehan Alain, Maurice Duruflé, Gabriel Fauré
First Congregational Church of Natick

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<a href="http://historicorgans.org" target="_blank">http://historicorgans.org</a> Concert to benefit Holy Cross Cathedral, Boston and Our Lady of Refuge in Brooklyn NY Recitalists: Leo Abbott, Heinrich Christensen, Carson Cooman, Mark Dwyer, Jonathan B. Hall, Harry Lyn Huff, Rosalind Mohnsen, Mark Edward Nelson, Lois Regestein, Lee Ridgway and Brandon Santini
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Church of the Advent
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Organ recital by Polish organist Gedymin Grubba. The organist's website is <a href="http://www.gedymin.org" target="_blank">www.gedymin.org</a>
Gedymin Grubba
Works by Bach, Buxtehude, Guilmant, Janca, Muschel
Arlington Street Church

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Conducted by Malcolm Halliday Accompanied by Olga Rogach Our first concert of the season spans four centuries, opening with selections by the English early music composer William Byrd, followed by pieces from 20th century composers Benjamin Britten, Bela Bartok and Lili Boulanger. The program will finish with Brahms’ Ziguenerlieder (Gypsy Songs). Tickets: $25 general admission, $20 for seniors and students For more information, visit <a href="http://www.mswma.org" target="_blank">www.mswma.org</a> or call us at (508) 842-1349. Coming soon: Buy tickets on our website!
Malcolm Halliday, conducter, Master Singers of Worcester Olga Rogach, accompianist
Works by Brahms, Byrd, Boulanger, Bartouk, Britten
Salem Covenant Church

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Conducted by Malcolm Halliday Accompanied by Olga Rogach Our first concert of the season spans four centuries, opening with selections by the English early music composer William Byrd, followed by pieces from 20th century composers Benjamin Britten, Bela Bartok and Lili Boulanger. The program will finish with Brahms’ Ziguenerlieder (Gypsy Songs). Tickets: $25 general admission, $20 for seniors and students For more information, visit <a href="http://www.mswma.org" target="_blank">www.mswma.org</a> or call us at (508) 842-1349. Coming soon: Buy tickets on our website!
Malcolm Halliday, conducter, Master Singers of Worcester Olga Rogach, accompianist
Works by Brahms, Byrd, Boulanger, Bartouk, Britten
Salem Covenant Church

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Concert organist, pianist and composer Scott Lamlein performs a benefit concert supporting Naugatuck Congregational Church's May 2013 mission trip to the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation, in South Dakota. Through Music for Mission, Lamlein's goal is to present great music for organ and piano, while also raising funds to support projects that make a difference in people's lives, locally and internationally. This concert will feature works by Widor, Vaughan Williams, Wright, Bach, Lamlein, Halley, Southbridge, Powell, Callahan, Willan, Locklair, and Widor.
Scott Lamlein
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The Congregational Church of Naugatuck

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<a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a> Francesco Cera will present music of Frescobaldi, Rossi, Pasquini, Scarlatti and Johann Sebastian Bach.

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Old West Church

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<a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>" target="_blank Matthias Jacob, Friedenskirche, Potsdam Mr. Jacob has been the organist at the Peace Church in Potsdam for many years, and is a specialist in the music of Max Reger. He will also be performing in Bangor Maine, and in New York as a part of his concert tour.

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Old West Church

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<a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a> Peter Krasinski and Louise Mundinger, Boston We are delighted to welcome these two well-loved members of our society and our own Boston Chapter, AGO. They have an imaginative full length program of improvisation in store for us.

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Old West Church

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<a href="http://www.christchurchandover.org/article341365c5744493.htm" target="_blank">http://www.christchurchandover.org/article341365c5744493.htm</a><br> AN INVITATION to the unveiling of the newest C. B. Fisk, Inc. organ, Op. 137, at Christ Church, Andover, MA. The culmination of seven years of planning, fund-raising, and building, the 2-manual, 29-stop mechanical action organ containing 2,002 pipes, including six reed voices, will be heard at 5:30 p.m. in a demonstration presented by David Pike, tonal director, and Greg Bover, project manager for C. B. Fisk, Opus 137. At 7:00 p.m. Barbara Bruns, Minister of Music at Christ Church, will perform a recital of works by Marchand, Frescobaldi, Bruhns, J. S. Bach, Widor, Franck, and Dupré. A gala champagne reception follows in the Parish Hall. All AGO members are cordially invited to this glorious celebration…the fulfillment of a vision of possibility held for the past fifty years.<br><br> The new organ at Christ Church is housed i

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Christ Church

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a dozen organists will be on the bench at Pakachoag Church in Auburn this Sunday afternoon at 3pm to play works by Bach, Alice Jordan, Sousa/Dinda, Bizet, Charles Callahan, PDQ Bach, and more. What an unusual treat it will be to hear the wonderful Dobson instrument in combinations of organ-organ and organ-piano duets. The room acoustics are crystal clear and reverberant, perfect for a variety of settings. We may even sneak in a piano-piano duet. <br> Until the advent of the phonograph and widespread media reproduction and broadcasting of music, there only existed music that was live. Chamber music was popular along with transcriptions for keyboard. It was a common treat in the first half of the 20th century to hear piano-piano duets, and in churches, piano-organ duets were quite the rage. One doesn’t hear much about organ-organ duets even in today’s age of varied instrumentation.<br> See how many organists can fit on one bench! (no telephone booths here) Come and

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Pakachoag Church

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Concert organist, pianist and composer Scott Lamlein presents a concert of great organ and piano music to benefit First Unitarian Church's Young Artist Initiative. Program includes works by Widor, Vaughan Williams, Wright, Bach, Lamlein, Halley, Southbridge, Powell, Callahan, Willan, Locklair,and Vierne. In addition to donations to the Young Artist Initiative, Lamlein will donate 50% of the sales of his 3 CDs ("Peace," "The Organ at Worship," and "In Quiet Joy")to the Initiative. Co-sponsored by First Unitarian Church and the Worcester Chapter of AGO.
Scott Lamlein
Works by Widor, Vaughan Williams, Wright, Bach, Lamlein, Halley, Southbridge, Powell, Callahan, Willan, Locklair, Vierne
First Unitarian Church

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Organist Scott Lamlein and trumpeter Ken Roe present a concert of music for organ and trumpet.
Scott Lamlein & Ken Roe
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First Congregational Church

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Come join incoming Clark University faculty member and former Metropolitan Opera Chorus Member, Juliana Anderson, Mezzo-soprano, acclaimed Lyric Soprano Karen Driscoll and the ever impressive Sima Kustanovich, accompanying for an afternoon of musical bliss! This charming vocal recital will offer beautiful duets by Brahms, Mozart and Monteverdi,stunning solo pieces by Ravel, Poulenc, Rachmaninoff and and even the short opera,"The Ruined Maid" by Barab that will double your delight.

Works by Brahms, Ravel, Poulenc, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Barab
Clark University: Traina Center for the Arts (Razzo Hall)

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Concert organist Kevin Jones will present a concert featuring works by Buxtehude, Hindemith, Bach, Jongen, Howells, Franck. Mr. Jones is director of The Anglican Singers, and holds the post of Dean of the Greater Hartford Chapter of the AGO.
Kevin Jones
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First Unitarian Church

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This exhibit surveys the career of Dr. Theodore N. Marier, who was Dean of the Mass. AGO 1951/2 and named an Honorary Life Member of the Boston AGO in 1983. Final day Wed., Oct. 31st, 9 AM to 8 PM. <a href="http://tinyurl.com/TM1912" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/TM1912</a>

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Burns Library, Boston College

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<a href="http://www.bostonboychoir.org/" target="_blank">http://www.bostonboychoir.org/</a> In celebration of Dr. Theodore N. Marier's 100th birthday:<br> October 17th - 6p.m. Mass in St. Paul's Church, Harvard Square, Cambridge<br> Followed by a 7p.m. Reception in DiGiovanni Hall <br> 7.30p.m. Lecture by Mr. Scott Turkington, renowned lecturer and pupil of Dr. Marier<br> Boston Boy Choir <br> Boston Archdiocesan Choir School

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St. Paul Catholic Church

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Concert Pianist Frank Mitchell Bush will play a concert of Schubert, Chopin and Prokofiev at St Johns Beverly Farms. He has performed at Methuen Music Hall, and has been heard in recital on NPR and CBS television. He is an astounding musician, and this free concert is not one to miss!

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St John's Church
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Will Headlee, AAGO, is Professor Emeritus of Organ and University Organist Emeritus at Syracuse University. He has performed for A.G.O. and Organ Historical Society Conventions and for the International Romantic Organ Music Symposia. Well known for his love of historical organs large and small, he will be performing on Good Shepherd Lutheran Church's 1902 Hook and Hastings Reverse Tracker Organ, rebuilt by the Andover Organ Company, 1993. He will perform Partita on O Gott, du frommer Gott, BWV 767, J.S. Bach and Carillons by Murrill & Mulet as well as other pieces by Boyce, Jongen, Sweelinck, Behnke & Johnson. There will be a meet and greet reception following the program.
Will Headlee
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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Contact: Bess Sproul, Music Director
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Celebrating anniversaries of Claude Debussy (1862-1918) and Jean Françaix (1912-97), this concert features some little-known secular French works from the twentieth century that combine humor and virtuosity. Visit <a href="http://www.bostonchoral.org" target="_blank">http://www.bostonchoral.org</a> for more information.
Boston Choral Ensemble, directed by Andrew Shenton
Works by Debussy, Francaix, Poulenc, Faure
Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall, Longy School of Music
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Celebrating anniversaries of Claude Debussy (1862-1918) and Jean Françaix (1912-97), this concert features some little-known secular French works from the twentieth century that combine humor and virtuosity. Visit <a href="http://www.bostonchoral.org" target="_blank">http://www.bostonchoral.org</a> for more information.
Boston Choral Ensemble, directed by Andrew Shenton
Works by Debussy, Francaix, Poulenc, Faure
Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall, Longy School of Music

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BCE's annual holiday concert featuring a variety of winter and holiday-themed repertoire with an emphasis on snow and roses. Visit <a href=\"http://www.bostonchoral.org\" target=\"_blank\">http://www.bostonchoral.org</a> for more information.
Boston Choral Ensemble, directed by Andrew Shenton
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Old South Church
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Richard Hill, organist, playing light classical and theatre organ music on the refurbished Austin organ. Refreshments served afterward.

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The Original Congregational Church

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StPaul Parish present the annual Christmas concert. Works to be performed are the Vivaldi Gloria and A Christmas Garland by Bruce Saylor. Program also includes carols by Rutter and a carol sing a long. Concert directed by Mary Lee Cirella with Soloists Lois Hearn, Susan Rose Smith, Jeffrey Pearson and Carl Wrubel

Works by Vivaldi, Rutter Saylor
St Paul Parish

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Music for women's voices from medieval Germany, France and Spain including an excerpt from Hildegard's "Ordo," chant and motets from Codex Las Huelgas and St. Victor MS, plus works by Perotin and Oswald von Wolkenstein. Hildegard von Bingen, known in the Medieval world as the 'Sibyl of the Rhine', was a writer, composer, mystic, abbess, visionary and advisor to popes, prelates and princes. Hailed as a saint by acclamation, she will be named 35th 'doctor of the church' by Pope Benedict XVI on October 7. More at <a href="http://www.concordiaconsort.com" target="_blank">http://www.concordiaconsort.com</a>

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Trinity Episcopal Church

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Music for women\'s voices from medieval Germany, France and Spain including an excerpt from Hildegard\'s \"Ordo,\" chant and motets from Codex Las Huelgas and St. Victor MS, plus works by Perotin and Oswald von Wolkenstein. Hildegard von Bingen, known in the Medieval world as the \'Sibyl of the Rhine\', was a writer, composer, mystic, abbess, visionary and advisor to popes, prelates and princes. Hailed as a saint by acclamation, she will be named 35th \'doctor of the church\' by Pope Benedict XVI on October 7. More at <a href="http://www.concordiaconsort.com" target="_blank">http://www.concordiaconsort.com</a>

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Old North Church

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Music for women's voices from medieval Germany, France and Spain including an excerpt from Hildegard's "Ordo," chant and motets from Codex Las Huelgas and St. Victor MS, plus works by Perotin and Oswald von Wolkenstein. Hildegard von Bingen, known in the Medieval world as the 'Sibyl of the Rhine', was a writer, composer, mystic, abbess, visionary and advisor to popes, prelates and princes. Hailed as a saint by acclamation, she will be named 35th 'doctor of the church' by Pope Benedict XVI on October 7. This performance is part of the weekly Night Song Compline program. More at <a href="http://www.nightsong.org" target="_blank">http://www.nightsong.org</a>

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First Church Congregational

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Music for women\'s voices from medieval Germany, France and Spain including an excerpt from Hildegard\'s \"Ordo,\" chant and motets from Codex Las Huelgas and St. Victor MS, plus works by Perotin and Oswald von Wolkenstein. Hildegard von Bingen, known in the Medieval world as the \'Sibyl of the Rhine\', was a writer, composer, mystic, abbess, visionary and advisor to popes, prelates and princes. Hailed as a saint by acclamation, she will be named 35th \'doctor of the church\' by Pope Benedict XVI on October 7. This performance is part of the weekly Night Song Compline program. More at <a href="http://www.nightsong.org" target="_blank">http://www.nightsong.org</a>

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First Church Congregational

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Music for women's voices from medieval Germany, France and Spain including an excerpt from Hildegard's "Ordo," chant and motets from Codex Las Huelgas and St. Victor MS, plus works by Perotin and Oswald von Wolkenstein. Hildegard von Bingen, known in the Medieval world as the 'Sibyl of the Rhine', was a writer, composer, mystic, abbess, visionary and advisor to popes, prelates and princes. Hailed as a saint by acclamation, she will be named 35th 'doctor of the church' by Pope Benedict XVI on October 7.

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King's Chapel

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The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, dir) sing works by Schein, Bach, Mendelssohn, Reger, Distler & David. <a href="http://www.stceciliaboston.org" target="_blank">http://www.stceciliaboston.org</a>

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St. Cecilia Catholic Church
Partial proceeds support St Cecilia Orga
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Lee Ridgway plays the C. B. Fisk organ. C. P. E. Bach: Sonata for Organ in A Minor J. S. Bach: Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C Major
Lee Ridgway, organist
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King's Chapel

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First Lutheran Church (Back Bay, Boston) presents a free Reformation Festival Event on Sunday, October 28, 2012 in this cantata performance featuring period orchestra, chorus, and soloists including members of Exsultemus, artists in residence at FLC. Balint Karosi, AGO Member and Choir Director/Organist, will offer an organ prelude at 3:30 p.m. Free -- All welcome! MBTA: Green line to either ARLINGTON or COPLEY (church is a few blocks away on the border of the Boston Public Garden)
Karosi, Balint
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First Lutheran Church

Internationally renowned early music specialist, Peter Sykes (Chair, Historical Music Performance at Boston University) appears in an exclusive concert courtesy of the Boston Clavichord Society and First Lutheran Church on pedal clavichord and the Richards & Fowkes Organ at FLC. Program includes: Pedal Clavichord: Toccata in (C) Major, BWV 566, Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier, BWV 731 Valet wir ich dir geben, BWV 736, Erbarm dich mein, O Herre Gott, BWV 721, Prelude and Fugue in d minor ("Fiddle"), BWV 539. Intermission Organ: Allein Gott in die Höh sei Ehr', BWV 717 manualiter, Allein Gott in die Höh sei Ehr', BWV 711 Bicinium, Allein Gott in die Höh sei Ehr', BWV 715 Organo Pleno Pastorale in F Major, BWV 590 Toccata in (C) Major, BWV 566 All welcome!
Peter Sykes/Balint Karosi
Works by J.S. Bach
First Lutheran Church

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Chorus pro Musica opens its season, accompanied by organ, harp and percussion, singing moving and innovative settings of texts that have particular spiritual resonance. Prominent among those is Leonard Bernstein's great Chichester Psalms. The program also includes Benjamin Britten, Rejoice in the Lamb; Charles Ives, Psalm 90; Daniel Gawthrop, Night, Sleep, Death and the Stars.
Chorus pro Musica/ Betsy Burleigh, Music Director
Works by Bernstein, Britten, Ives, Gawthrop
Old South Church
www.choruspromusica.org
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On Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 3PM, Michael Cooper, guitar; Corey Helsingius; Arthur Magazu; Kevin Murphy, organ and piano; Rob Hammerton; Simonida Spasojevic; Emilia Spasojevic; Katarina Spasojevic and others will present Connexions Concert I of the program year 2012/2013 at Sudbury United Methodist church. The event will feature works by Lennon/McCartney, James Bastien, Matteo Carcassi, Schubert, Beethoven, Istvan Szelenyi, Vivaldi, J. Brahms and others. The concert will take place at Sudbury United Methodist Church, 251 Old Sudbury Road [Route 27], Sudbury, MA US. Admission is free and open to the public. A freewill donation will be gratefully accepted to benefit the music program at Sudbury United Methodist. For more information call 978 443 4351, OR send e-mail to <kevin@sudbury-umc.org>.
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Works by Lennon/McCartney, James Bastien, Matteo Carcassi, Schubert, Beethoven, Istvan Szelenyi, Vivaldi, J. Brahms and others.
Sudbury United Methodist Church

Contact: kevin@sudbury-umc.org
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Organists Lois Regestein and George Bozeman collaborate to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the installation of E & G G Hook Organ, Opus 558. Reception <a href="http://www.upanewtonma.org/" target="_blank">http://www.upanewtonma.org/</a>
Lois Regestein and George Bozeman
Works by Marchand, Bach, CPE Bach, Rinck, Brahms, Utterback
United Parish

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Peter Krasinski will play the Eight Little Preludes and Fugues of Bach as well as improvise a four-movement symphony on submitted themes.

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St. Michael's Church,

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The renowned performer and pedagogue visits Harvard's Memorial Church for a Master Class and Lecture on Saturday, Oct 20th beginning at 9:30 am. Harvard organ students will receive guidance from Mme Langlais on works of Langlais, Franck, and Vierne; following will be a lecture on the great Sainte Clotilde Organ Tradition, including the works of Jean Langlais.

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The esteemed organist of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris visits The Memorial Church's new Fisk organ and performs a program of Franck, Vierne, Escaich, Marchand, and an improvisation.

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Join us at The Eliot Church of Newton for a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Bozeman organ. Organists Charles Raines and organ builder, George Bozeman along with the Eliot Church Choir and soloists present a festive concert. Donation at the door.
Charles Raines, Director of Music/Organist; George Bozeman, organist
Works by Music of J.S. Bach, C. P. E. Bach, Henry Purcell, Louis Vierne, Gerald Near, John Rutter, Richard Proulx
Eliot Church of Newton

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October 28, 2012 3:00PM Recital with George Bozeman at the console of the historic George Stevens Organ First Congregational Church and Society, Rindge NH A free will offering will be collected to Finance this seri
George Bozeman
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First Congregational Church and Society

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October 28, 2012 3:00PM Recital with George Bozeman at the console of the historic George Stevens Organ First Congregational Church and Society, Rindge NH A free will offering will be collected to Finance this seri
George Bozeman
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First Congregational Church and Society

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St. John's Church, 48 Middle Street Gloucester welcomes organist Peter Krasinski back for his 9th appearance accompanying a silent movie on Saturday October 27 at 7 pm. The 1920 classic film "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" starring John Barrymore will be screened with Mr. Krasinski providing an improvised accompaniment. Movie goers are treated to free popcorn, and for this event are encouraged to come in costume. Prizes will be given to the finest costumes in 3 divisions: Youth, Teens & Adults. $15 for adults and $10 for children and elders at the door. Parking is available in the church lot at 33 Washington St. Krasinski's performances are popular and you're urged to arrive early to get a seat. There will be vintage scary cartoons starting at 6 pm. Krasinski has played here in slapstick classics such as Buster Keaton's "The General" (1926), Harold Lloyd's "Speedy" (1928) and Charlie Chaplin's "Modern Times" (1936). In 2008 On the serious side he brought Fritz Lang's serious commentary on the

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: 978.283.1708 ext 2 st.johns.music@earthlink.net
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Masaaki Suzuki, founder and director of the world-renowned Bach Collegium Japan, will conduct the Yale Schola Cantorum in a performance of Bach cantatas. Also featured on the program are members of the Yale Baroque Ensemble. Like all Bach cantatas, the three on this program—Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich (BWV 150); Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit (BWV 106); Lass, Fürstin, lass noch einen Strahl (BWV 198)— were composed either for use during Sunday worship or to suit a special occasion. Cantatas provided an important opportunity for scriptural insight and meditation, and in the case of these three cantatas, had their origins in penitential services and funerals. Since founding Bach Collegium Japan in 1990, Masaaki Suzuki has established himself as a leading authority on the works of Bach. He has remained the Collegium’s music director ever since, taking the group regularly to major venues and festivals in Europe and the USA and building up an outstanding reputation f
Yale Schola Cantorum, Masaaki Suzuki, director
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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A rare opportunity to hear multiple presenters approaching a single topic from different perspectives. Come to hear their thoughts about inspirational accompanying of congregational singing from the organ- one of our bread-and-butter tasks we do each week, perhaps without thinking much about it. A variety of styles, periods, faith traditions, and strategies will be discussed to help expand your horizons or remind you of lesser used techniques. Presenters: John Weit, Lucia Clemente Falco, Malcolm Halliday, Lois Toeppner Specifically covered will be: · pulse/tactus and the player breathing with the congregation; · introductions, treatment of text, reharmonization, special effects, and treatment of hymns in chant style; · harmonic structure, transposition, registration and simple tricks of the trade, revolving around text.
John Weit, Lucia Clemente Falco, Malcolm Halliday, Lois Toeppner
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Salem Covenant Church

The Bethesda Music Series present the choirs of Bethesda Lutheran Church and United Church on the Green in a concert featuring Bach's Cantata 79 and choral works from the last hundred years. Choirs, orchestra, and soloists will be led by Lars Gjerde and Caesar Storlazzi, who will be featured on the organ. More info at <a href="http://www.bethesdanewhaven.org" target="_blank">http://www.bethesdanewhaven.org</a>
Bethesda Choir, United Church on the Green Choir, Lars Gjerde, Caesar Storlazzi
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Bethesda Lutheran Church

Contact: (203) 787-2346
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Old Post Road joins forces with Duo Maresienne — Olav Chris Henriksen and Carol Lewis — to present uncommon repertoire that features these marvelous instruments. Selections by such German masters as Telemann, Molter, Baron, and Kress.
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Christ Church
Children 7-17 admitted free with adult
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Old Post Road joins forces with Duo Maresienne — Olav Chris Henriksen and Carol Lewis — to present uncommon repertoire that features these marvelous instruments. Selections by such German masters as Telemann, Molter, Baron, and Kress.
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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First Parish
Children 7-17 admitted free with adult
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Due to travel difficulties, this program will be rescheduled next season.

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Due to travel difficulties, this program will be rescheduled next season.

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Workshop organized by the Merrimack Valley Chapter. Transposition is a word which raises the level of stress and anxiety for some of us or maybe for most of us. We all have been more than once in situations when we have to transpose an hymn up or down on the spot. On November 4th, Peter Sykes will help us find ways to make it easier and less stressful to practice the “art of transposition”. Peter is very well known; his detailed bio can be found at <a href="http://www.petersykes.com" target="_blank">www.petersykes.com</a> . At the end of the presentation, we will share some refreshment and dessert. This event is free. RSVP to Alain Bojarski, Sub-Dean MVAGO, at alain.bojarski@comcast.net or 978-263-3979

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St. James Church

With its thunderous evocation of the "Dies Irae", Verdi's 1874 masterwork Requiem has a power that seems to transcend time and creed. Major excerpts from Verdi will be only a part of this Sunday's All Souls Music Sunday: Requiem Aeternum. Also featured are familiar passages from the Requiems of Mozart, Brahms, Faure, Rutter, and others. Soloists, orchestra, organ, and timpani will join our Festival Choir to present a memorable and emotional performance of these classic favorites. <br> We begin the service with Albinoni's Adagio for Strings and Organ to set the mood, followed by the singing of the glorious hymn of the ages: For All the Saints. Bach's Air for the G String is the music at the offertory. Contemporary Readings will offer a moment of reflection between movements. <br> Will Sherwood, Director of Music

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First Unitarian Church

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A concert of all-French music, celebrating the life and music of Louis Vierne.
Jean Galard and Brett Maguire
Works by Louis Vierne
St. Joseph Church

Contact: www.worcesterago.org
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Namibia|Walvis Bay,Rundu,Tsumeb,Otjiwarongo,Oshakati,Windhoek,Swakopmund

Join us as we mark the beginning of a new church year and the season of Advent. Through readings and music we not only prepare for the season of Christmas, we also continue the church’s prayer that God comes to us in past, present and future. As the world enters a season of busyness, come and sing and pray through music. A (free) light supper follows Lessons & Carols. For more information: <a href="http://trinityworc.org/music/music-at-trinity-series/advent-lessons-and-carols/" target="_blank">http://trinityworc.org/music/music-at-trinity-series/advent-lessons-and-carols/</a>
Trinity Choir, Trinity Choristers; John Weit, Cantor
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Boston String Quartet Presents-Christmas in Paris Haunting French Carols, All New Stories, and a multimedia adventure through "la villa lumiere" the City of Lights Sunday Dec 9, 2012, 2PM Pilgrim Church, Nashua NH $20.00 at the door, Free for Under 18 Tickets at <a href="http://www.bostonstringquartet.com" target="_blank">www.bostonstringquartet.com</a> <a href="http://www.bostonstringquartet.com/concerts.html#valentines" target="_blank">http://www.bostonstringquartet.com/concerts.html#valentines</a>
Boston String Quartet
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Pilgrim Congregational Church
$20.00 at the door,Free funder 18 http:/
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Boston String Quartet Presents-Christmas in Paris Haunting French Carols, All New Stories, and a multimedia adventure through "la villa lumiere" the City of Lights Sunday Dec 9, 2012, 2PM Pilgrim Church, Nashua NH $20.00 at the door, Free for Under 18 <a href="http://www.bostonstringquartet.com/concerts.html#valentines" target="_blank">http://www.bostonstringquartet.com/concerts.html#valentines</a>
Boston String Quartet
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Pilgrim Congregational Church
$20.00 at the door,Free funder 18
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Music of Bach, CPE Bach, Mozart, Widor, & Vierne. <a href="http://allsaints.net/news.htm" target="_blank">http://allsaints.net/news.htm</a>

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All Saints' Church, Ashmont, Dorchester

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute Brass and Percussion Ensemble Douglas Weeks, conductor; William Ness, organist
Works by P. Dickinson, Gabrieli, Rheinberger, Shostakovich
First Baptist Church

Contact: fbc-worc.org
A Service of Lessons and Carols
Chancel Choir, William Ness, Minister of Music & Arts
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First Baptist Church

Four handbell choirs from Worcester, West Boylston, Whitinsville, and Tewksbury performing individually and in massed ringing. Reception to follow. William Ness, Minister of Music & Arts at First Baptist Church massed director.

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First Baptist Church

Join Old Post Road and soprano Kristen Watson for joyous sounds of the season, including glorious arias by J. S. Bach, a wintry suite by Werner, and the regional premiere of a luminous 1720 Christmas cantata by Christoph Graupner.
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Emmanuel Church
Children aged 7-17 admitted free with ad
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Join Old Post Road and soprano Kristen Watson for joyous sounds of the season, including glorious arias by J. S. Bach, a wintry suite by Werner, and the regional premiere of a luminous 1720 Christmas cantata by Christoph Graupner.
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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First Unitarian Church
Children aged 7-17 admitted free with ad
Let your imagination transport you to Paris of the late 18th century as you revel in elegant and effervescent chamber works that include a piano trio by Pleyel, a duo for piano and violin by Hüllmandel, a trio for flute and strings by Devienne, and a chamber arrangement of a Haydn symphony that was premiered in Paris. Reception with French confections to follow!
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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First Parish of Sudbury, Unitarian Universalist
Children aged 7-17 admitted free with ad
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Let your imagination transport you to Paris of the late 18th century as you revel in elegant and effervescent chamber works that include a piano trio by Pleyel, a duo for piano and violin by Hüllmandel, a trio for flute and strings by Devienne, and a chamber arrangement of a Haydn symphony that was premiered in Paris. Reception with French confections to follow!
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Emmanuel Church
Children aged 7-17 admitted free with ad
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Savor sweet and uplifting cantatas of Boismortier and Pepusch, a period arrangement of Vivaldi’s vivacious Spring concerto from The Four Seasons, plus a “musical flower bouquet” encountered in Scottish composer James Oswald’s Airs for the Seasons. With soprano Kristen Watson
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Worcester Historical Museum
Children aged 7-17 admitted free with ad
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Savor sweet and uplifting cantatas of Boismortier and Pepusch, a period arrangement of Vivaldi’s vivacious Spring concerto from The Four Seasons, plus a “musical flower bouquet” encountered in Scottish composer James Oswald’s Airs for the Seasons. With soprano Kristen Watson
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Emmanuel Church
Children aged 7-17 admitted free with ad
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Savor sweet and uplifting cantatas of Boismortier and Pepusch, a period arrangement of Vivaldi’s vivacious Spring concerto from The Four Seasons, plus a “musical flower bouquet” encountered in Scottish composer James Oswald’s Airs for the Seasons. With soprano Kristen Watson
Musicians of the Old Post Road
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Worcester Historical Museum
Children aged 7-17 admitted free with ad
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A program of organ and choral music to celebrate the Advent season sung by a community choir under the direction of organist Jennie Simmons

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Unied Church of Ware

Contact: United Church of Ware 1 413 967 9981
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The Sarasa Chamber Music Ensemble presents an exciting evening of music featuring portative organ, played by the brilliant young Hungarian organist and composer Balint Karosi, winner of many international competitions. The repertoire will include Mozart Church Sonatas and Handel Organ Concerti as well as a new piece for organ and strings, composed for the ensemble by Mr. Karosi especially for this concert. Please visit the website for more information: sarasamusic.org
Balint Karosi, organ; Jesse Irons and Asako Takeuchi, violins, Jenny Stirling, viola; Timothy Merton, cello
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Friends Meeting House
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Carthage

A service formed around the great O-Antiphons of Advent. Chants and other music by Heiller, Bach, Lindley and Fedak. Mark Nelson, director & organist. Based on the annual service at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle. Sung in the light of a hundred blue candles. Reception follows. <a href="http://www.stjohnsgloucester.org" target="_blank">http://www.stjohnsgloucester.org</a>

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: st.johns.music@earthlink.net 978.283.1708
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The WPI Brass ensemble specializes in the performance of the great antiphonal music of the Gabrielis, as well as contemporary compositions for large brass organizations. In addition to touring in Europe, the Brass Ensemble has performed at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, St. Paul’s Cathedral in Worcester, St. Columbkille’s in Brighton, Mechanics Hall in Worcester, and numerous other venues. Douglas G. Weeks, director. This concert will include works for Brass and Organ, featuring Trinity’s Noack organ and John Weit, organist.
Douglas E. Weeks, Director; John Weit, Organist
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Alta's unique sound and innovative programming has been delighting audiences throughout the Northeast for over twenty-five years. The members of Alta have continually expanded their collection of renaissance wind instruments to include about 30 recorders, 5 shawms, 5 dulcians, 2 flutes, 2 tabor pipes, 2 sackbuts, 4 crumhorns and a multitude of drums, tambourines and other miscellaneous percussion.
Peter Braunfield, Daniel Green, Gwendolyn Winkel
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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A native of Massachusetts, Music at Trinity welcomes Wesley Hall in concert on our Noack Pipe Organ. Wesley Hall is a master’s student in historical performance at the Oberlin Conservatory where he studies organ with James David Christie and harpsichord with Webb Wiggins. He is presently organist at Bethesda-on-the-Bay Lutheran Church in Bay Village, Ohio. Join us for a Spring afternoon concert including works by Georg Muffat, J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Nicolaus Bruhns, J. P. Sweelinck, Vincent Luebeck.
Wesley Hall
Works by Georg Muffat, J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Nicolaus Bruhns, J. P. Sweelinck, Vincent Luebeck
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Zefiro is a Boston- and Providence-based ensemble of eight singers devoted to performing vocal music of the 14th-21st centuries. Founded as a collaboration, this award-winning group takes inspiration from specialist groups from around the world such as the Tallis Scholars. Premiering "Sing Glory! Gloria!" by WorcAGO member Dorothy VanAndel Frisch. <a href="http://www.zefiroensemble.com/" target="_blank">http://www.zefiroensemble.com/</a>

Works by Poulenc, Kodaly, Howells, Britten, Kurt Leland, Dorothy Frisch
St. Stephen's Church

Zefiro is a Boston- and Providence-based ensemble of eight singers devoted to performing vocal music of the 14th-21st centuries. Founded as a collaboration, this award-winning group takes inspiration from specialist groups from around the world such as the Tallis Scholars. Premiering "Sing Glory! Gloria!" by WorcAGO member Dorothy VanAndel Frisch <a href="http://www.zefiroensemble.com/" target="_blank">http://www.zefiroensemble.com/</a>

Works by Poulenc, Kodaly, Howells, Britten, Kurt Leland, Dorothy Frisch
First Church Cambridge/Lindsay Chapel

Join the Boston Choral Ensemble for a special holiday concert on Saturday, December 15th at 3:00 pm at Boston’s Old South Church. The choir will sing repertoire both old and new for the holiday season including Thompson’s Stopping by woods on a snowy evening, Judith Weir’s My Guardian Angel, and Jan Sandström’s creative re-imagining of Lo, how a Rose e’er blooming. Audiences will also enjoy carols for congregation, including the timeless classic O Come, All Ye Faithful, accompanied by the church’s world-famous organ. This year, the Ensemble will update the traditional lessons and carols format by presenting a mixture of sacred and secular music with readings for the holiday season. The sacred selections will reflect upon the image of the Virgin Mary as a rose, and the secular pieces will explore the beauty and cruelty of midwinter snow. Visit <a href="http://www.bostonchoral.org" target="_blank">www.bostonchoral.org</a> for tickets and information.
Boston Choral Ensmble
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Old South Church, Copley Square
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Come for our annual service of Lessons and Carols, an evening of scripture and fine choral music. St. Mary's Adult Choir and Choristers will join together to present works by Praetorius, Tavener, Rachmaninov, Nestor, and Rutter. Peter Krasinski will join us at the console, and will provide organ improvisations not to miss!
St. Mary's Choir and Choristers. Juan A. Mesa, Director of Music, Peter Krasinksi, Assisting Organist.
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Traditional service of Lessons and Carols with Frederick MacArthur, organ, and Joshua Anand Slater, director of music. Joined by trumpets and the Church of Our Saviour Choir!
Joshua Anand Slater, Frederick MacArthur
Works by Brahms, Ord, Willcocks, Howells, Stravinsky, Berlioz
Church of Our Saviour, Longwood

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Traditional service of Lessons and Carols with Frederick MacArthur, organ, and Joshua Anand Slater, director of music. Joined by trumpets and the Church of Our Saviour Choir!
Joshua Anand Slater, Frederick MacArthur
Works by Brahms, Ord, Willcocks, Howells, Stravinsky, Berlioz
Church of Our Saviour, Longwood

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Join us for our annual service of Lessons and Carols at St. Mary\'s Church in Holliston, an evening of scripture and fine choral music celebrating Advent and the Nativity. St. Mary\'s Adult Choir and Choristers will join together to present works by Praetorius, Tavener, Rachmaninov, Rutter and others. Renowned organist Peter Krasinski will join us at the console, and will provide organ improvisations not to miss! The event is free and open to the public.
Juan A. Mesa, Director of Music. Peter Krasinski, Organist.
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St. Mary's Church

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Please join us for a special Advent Lessons and Carols candlight service with Brink Bush and the Choir of St Johns.

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St Johns Church

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Pre-service concert at 5pm; Service at 5:30pm<br><br> The seasonal splendor of the Glory of Christmas begins with the traditional holiday processional: <i>Adeste Fidelis</i> (O Come All Ye Faithful)—first a single soprano begins processing quietly from the entrance, followed by the glorious pageantry of the festive choral processional joined by the congregation, pipe organ, and timpani. Through a creative blend of congregational Christmas carols, solos, instruments, with the spoken word, the nativity story unfolds with colorful wonder. Both scriptures and contemporary readings recount the Christmas Story. Our renowned pipe organ is featured to fill our wonderfully restored sanctuary with the glorious sounds of Angels, Wisemen, and Shepherds.<br><br> We end the service with John Rutter's traditional <i>Candlelight Carol</i> and Silent Night as the single candle of the Spirit of Christmas is passed from one to another to fill our hearts with a renewed light of hope and peace.<br>

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First Unitarian Church

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CONCORA and the Hartford Symphony Orchestra come together in an intimate and inspirational setting to perform Handel’s Messiah. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear Handel’s beloved holiday classic sung by a professional 32-voice choir with a Baroque-sized component of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. CONCORA is known for its sparkling Bach performances, and this interpretation of Messiah promises to be stunning. Richard Coffey conducts.
Richard Coffey directs CONCORA and the Hartford Symphony Orchestra
Works by Handel
Asylum Hill Congregational Church
Students $15, no separate price for seni
Contact: www.hartfordsymphony.org 860-244-2999 Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm tickets@hartfordsymphony.org
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CONCORA and the Hartford Symphony Orchestra come together in an intimate and inspirational setting to perform Handel’s Messiah. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear Handel’s beloved holiday classic sung by a professional 32-voice choir with a Baroque-sized component of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. CONCORA is known for its sparkling Bach performances, and this interpretation of Messiah promises to be stunning. Richard Coffey conducts.
Richard Coffey directs CONCORA and the Hartford Symphony Orchestra
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Asylum Hill Congregational Church
$15 students
Contact: www.hartfordsymphony.org 860-244-2999 Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm tickets@hartfordsymphony.org
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Worcester Historical Museum's Home For the Holidays Concert Series starts off with an evening of Baroque music by composers Johann Sebastian Bach and Arcangelo Corelli. This evening of music will feature the talents of Peter Sulski, Artistic Director of the Worcester Music Chamber Society and member of the Bach Consort of Worcester, on violin and Dr. Michelle Graveline, Music Director of Salisbury Singers and Artistic Director of the Bach Consort of Worcester, on harpsichord.
Michelle Graveline, harpsichord; Peter Sulski, violin
Works by Handel, Corelli, Bach
Worcester Historical Museum
Free with museum admission
Contact: 508-753-8278
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The Salisbury Singers will perform arrangements of Christmas music in the Renaissance Court of the Worcester Art Museum. Michelle Graveline, Director. Free with Museum admission.
Salisbury Singers, Michelle Graveline, Music Director
Works by John Rutter, Jonathan Willcocks, Robin Dinda, Peter Cornelius
Worcester Art Museum
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Contact: http://www.worcesterart.org/Events/holidays_at_wam.html
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An annual event, usually held on the 3rd sunday of Advent, is this year taking place on a Friday evening. The parish adult choir and children's choir will present an enjoyable evening of Advent and Christmas music. On the program are some standard carols: Once in Royal David's City, Hark! the Herald-angels Sing, and others, along with the John Rutter anthem for Advent "What sweeter music," a tender setting of a beautiful text by Robert Herrick. Also on the program is Healey Willan's setting of the French carol "What is this lovely fragrance?," the Rutter arrangement of "The Twelve days of Christmas," and others.
Brandon Santini
Works by John Rutter, Healey Willan, Andrew Carter, Michael Praetorius, others
St. Theresa of Avila Church

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Free-will offering to benefit 1854 Hook organ. Organists Margaret Angelini, George Bozeman, Barbara Owen, and Flautist Tim Macri. Advent Hymn led by MaryAnne Polich, soprano and Tim Macri. Parking behind the church. Handicapped accessible. Reception following. Phone 617-739-1340 for info.

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St Thomas Aquinas Church

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This Sunday morning church service will feature the premiere of the sacred cantata "Yuhanon", an Advent cantata written by SUMC music director/organist Kevin Murphy. The cantata sets six prophetic texts by John Woolman, Saint Paul, Charles Wesley and the Biblical book of Isaiah. As an Advent offering, the score seeks to invite everyone, after the example of John the Baptist, to admit God's grace into their lives.
James Haupt, piano; Rob Hammerton, conductor; Kevin Murphy, organ; choir and instrumentalists of Sudbury United Methodist
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Sudbury United Methodist Church

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Gloriae Dei Cantores, the critically acclaimed choir from Cape Cod Massachusetts, announces its 25th Anniversary Celebration – a series of concerts illuminating choral treasures from rich cultural traditions around the globe. The concert series begins on Friday and Saturday, December 28th and 29th at 7:30PM. This celebratory repertoire features works by Sviridov (Russia), Bach (Germany), Langlais and Duruflé, (France) sung at the Church of the Transfiguration, Rock Harbor Orleans. Tickets $35, $30 Seniors, 18 and under free - call 508-240-2400.

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The Church of the Transfiguration, Rock Harbor

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Saint Paul Church

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Saint Paul Church

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Saint Paul Church

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Mechanics Hall and the Worcester AGO present a noontime concert of holiday music, including a Festival Choir of singers from several downtown Worcester Churches and featuring the world famous 1864 E. & G.G. Hook Organ, also known as the Worcester Organ. <pre> FESTIVAL CHORISTERS First Baptist Church, William Ness, Director First Unitarian Church, Will Sherwood, Director Holy Family Parish, Lucia Clemente Falco, Director Trinity Lutheran Church, John Weit, Director Wesley United Methodist Church, Brett Maguire, Director ORGANISTS Will Sherwood Lucia Clemente Falco Jonathan Bezdegian William Ness John Weit SALISBURY BELLES HANDBELL </pre>

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Mechanics Hall

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The Choir of First Church in Boston, under the direction of Paul Cienniwa, will give a concert on Sunday, January 27, 2013 at 1:30pm. The fully professional ensemble will perform some of its favorite works along with several concert premieres of pieces written for the group, including Larry Thomas Bell’s Emersonia, Op. 113, Karl Henning’s Love is the Spirit of this Church, Op. 85, No. 3, and Paul Cienniwa’s Late October. Also featured will be Paul Creston’s rarely heard Leaves of Grass, Op. 100. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.firstchurchbostonmusic.org" target="_blank">www.firstchurchbostonmusic.org</a>.

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First Church in Boston

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This year we are very excited to present Brandon Santini, an emerging young organist and South Shore native. Brandon began his organ studies at the age of 9 after studying piano for three years. He has been an active accompanist and recitalist since his first professional concert at the age of 11, and has won prizes in several major competitions including third prize in the Albert Schweitzer Organ Competition in 2010. Brandon earned his Bachelor in Music degree in organ and piano from Oberlin College Conservatory and his Masters degree in Organ Performance from the Eastman School of Music. He is currently music director and organist for St. Theresa of Avila in West Roxbury.
Brandon Santini
Works by J.S. Bach, Dietrich Buxtehude and others
Second Parish Unitarian Universalist

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Sunday, Dec 16 at 5:00pm & Monday, Dec 17 at 8:00pm; Organ prelude begins 45 minutes prior; Doors open one hour prior. These services feature seasonal music performed by the Harvard University Choir. A wide selection of lessons and carols for the holiday season, including three world-premiere performances. Admission is free; an offering for charity is collected. The Sunday service will be broadcast live at 5:00 p.m. on Harvard’s radio station, WHRB 95.3 FM. For those outside the Cambridge area, WHRB provides live Internet streaming from its web site: <a href="http://www.whrb.org" target="_blank">www.whrb.org</a>. It will also be re-broadcast on Sunday, December 23 at 11:00 a.m. <a href="http://www.memorialchurch.harvard.edu" target="_blank">www.memorialchurch.harvard.edu</a>
The Harvard University Choir: Edward Jones, Director; Christian Lane, Organist
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Sunday, Dec 16 at 5:00pm & Monday, Dec 17 at 8:00pm; Organ prelude begins 45 minutes prior; Doors open one hour prior. These services feature seasonal music performed by the Harvard University Choir. A wide selection of lessons and carols for the holiday season, including three world-premiere performances. Admission is free; an offering for charity is collected. The Sunday service will be broadcast live at 5:00 p.m. on Harvard’s radio station, WHRB 95.3 FM. For those outside the Cambridge area, WHRB provides live Internet streaming from its web site: <a href="http://www.whrb.org" target="_blank">www.whrb.org</a>. It will also be re-broadcast on Sunday, December 23 at 11:00 a.m. <a href="http://www.memorialchurch.harvard.edu" target="_blank">www.memorialchurch.harvard.edu</a>
The Harvard University Choir: Edward Jones, Director; Christian Lane, Organist
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The Green Mountain Project (honoring the literal translation of Monteverdi’s name) returns with Claudio Monteverdi’s grand Vespers of 1610, the work that launched this beloved annual event featuring many of the Northeast's finest Baroque musicians. The antiphons, responses, motets, hymn and canticle that Monteverdi shaped into the Vespers of 1610 represent the pinnacle of 17th century sacred music, and over 30 musicians will perform this masterpiece in an ideal space, St. Paul's Church in Cambridge. For this critically acclaimed performance, the Green Mountain Project recreates many details of the work that are often set aside in modern times, including a historically accurate pitch (of 466 Hz.) and original keys for every movement, performed on period instruments with gut strings. The Green Mountain Project has once again gathered singers and players from around the country, specializing in the music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Sopranos: Joll
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St. Paul's Church, Harvard Square
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Festival Service of Lessons and Carols for Advent and Christmas Sean Redrow, Director of Music; Lucia Clemente Falco, Organist; Schola Cantorum

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Church of St. John the Evangelist

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In the tradition of King's College, Cambridge, England, the Choir of the Church of the Redeemer sings this, most traditional, service of anthems and carols, including Ralph Vaughan Williams' famous "Fantasia on Christmas Carols". Admission is without charge. The Choir of the Church of the Redeemer Michael S. Murray, Organist & Choirmaster Stuart Forster, Organist Robert Schulz, Percussion <a href="http://www.redeemerchestnuthill.org" target="_blank">www.redeemerchestnuthill.org</a> Music list: Noël: Grand jeu et Duo, Louis Claude Daquin (1694-1772) Once in Royal David's City, Irby, arr. James O’Donnell Lo! He comes with clouds descending, Helmsley, arr. Thomas Murray Adam lay ybounden, Philip Ledger (1937-2012) And the glory of the Lord (Messiah), George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) O little town of Bethlehem, Forest Green, arr. David Willcocks (b. 1919) O magnum mysterium, Morten Lauridsen (b. 1943) I sing of a Maiden, Patrick Hadley (1899-1973) Alleluya! A Ne
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In the tradition of King's College, Cambridge, England, the Choir of the Church of the Redeemer sings this, most traditional, service of anthems and carols, including Ralph Vaughan Williams' famous "Fantasia on Christmas Carols". Admission is without charge. The Choir of the Church of the Redeemer Michael S. Murray, Organist & Choirmaster Stuart Forster, Organist Robert Schulz, Percussion <a href="http://www.redeemerchestnuthill.org" target="_blank">www.redeemerchestnuthill.org</a> Music list: Noël: Grand jeu et Duo, Louis Claude Daquin (1694-1772) Once in Royal David\'s City, Irby, arr. James O’Donnell Lo! He comes with clouds descending, Helmsley, arr. Thomas Murray Adam lay ybounden, Philip Ledger (1937-2012) And the glory of the Lord (Messiah), George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) O little town of Bethlehem, Forest Green, arr. David Willcocks (b. 1919) O magnum mysterium, Morten Lauridsen (b. 1943) I sing of a Maiden, Patrick Hadley (1899-1973) Alleluya! A N
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Church of the Redeemer

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In the tradition of King\'s College, Cambridge, England, the Choir of the Church of the Redeemer sings this, most traditional, service of anthems and carols, including Ralph Vaughan Williams\' famous \"Fantasia on Christmas Carols\". Admission is without charge. The Choir of the Church of the Redeemer Michael S. Murray, Organist & Choirmaster Stuart Forster, Organist Robert Schulz, Percussion <a href=\"http://www.redeemerchestnuthill.org\" target=\"_blank\">www.redeemerchestnuthill.org</a> Music list: Noël: Grand jeu et Duo, Louis Claude Daquin (1694-1772) Once in Royal David\\\'s City, Irby, arr. James O’Donnell Lo! He comes with clouds descending, Helmsley, arr. Thomas Murray Adam lay ybounden, Philip Ledger (1937-2012) And the glory of the Lord (Messiah), George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) O little town of Bethlehem, Forest Green, arr. David Willcocks (b. 1919) O magnum mysterium, Morten Lauridsen (b. 1943) I sing of a Maiden, Patrick Hadley (1899-1973) All
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Church of the Redeemer

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Peter Sykes, Associate Professor of Music and Chair of Historical Performance Department, Boston University, Director of Music, First Church in Cambridge, plays a recital on the C. B. Fisk and E. M. Skinner organs of the Memorial Church.
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Members of the Harvard Organ Society play a recital on the C. B. Fisk and E. M. Skinner organs of the Memorial Church.

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Dennis Schmidt, organist of Grace Lutheran Church in Needham, will play 15 pieces by 15 different composers from five centuries on the newly-restored organ at the church. The organ is a Butler-Chapline instrument recently restored by the Noack Organ Company.
Dennis Schmidt
Works by Bull, Titelouze, Zachow, Krebs, Mayr, Alkan, Verdi, Wagner, Mascagni, Parker, Pierne, Britten, Read, Elmore and Purvis
Grace Lutheran Church

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The act of deploration, or lament, especially for the death of a loved one, has inspired composers to write some of the most powerfully moving music. This concert begins with the famous Deploration on the death of Ockeghem by Josquin. In the first of two main sections we contrast Tallis’s settings of the Lamentations of Jeremiah for men’s voices with Tartini’s setting of the Stabat Mater dolorosa for women’s voices. In the second main section, we highlight different approaches to text interpretation with settings of the same text of When David heard, from the renaissance and from the twentieth century. The concert concludes with the monumental 40-part motet Spem in alium by Tallis (1505-85), a renaissance masterpiece whose performance is always an occasion.
Boston Choral Ensemble, directed by Andrew Shenton
Works by Josquin, Tallis, Tartini, Weelkes, Tomkins, Whitacre
St. Paul Church
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Boston Choral Ensemble, directed by Andrew Shenton
Works by Josquin, Tallis, Tartini, Weelkes, Tomkins, Whitacre
Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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The Connexions concerts at Sudbury United Methodist showcase the various musical talents of church members and guest artists who join them.
Kevin Murphy, piano, organ, guitar; Rob Hammerton, piano and bass; Russ Doughty, guitar and mandolin; Patty Helsingius, vocals; Steve Robb, vocals and guitar and others
Works by Küchler, Tom Petty, Buxtehude, Franck, Murphy, Mozart, Mandy Moore, Akin/Ryan, Ungar, Stanphill, and Steve Robb
Sudbury United Methodist Church

Contact: Kevin Murphy, music director
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<a href="http://studentlife.mit.edu/organ-concerts" target="_blank">http://studentlife.mit.edu/organ-concerts</a> This program of all contemporary organ music includes the world-premiere of Leonardo Ciampa's KRESGE ORGAN SYMPHONY, a grand work incorporating Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and Muslim themes. Also on the program: Charles Shadle Red Cloud (world-premiere) Carson Cooman Two pieces for soprano & organ 1. Circe 2. Ostinato Mass (with Jean Danton, soprano) Andrea Amici Tre Preghiere David Briggs Es Ist Ein Ros' Entsprungen (world-premiere) Geoffrey Dana Hicks Organ Prelude No. 1 (world-premiere) Admission is FREE Pre-concert lecture at 7pm: Please join MIT organ curator Mark Nelson at 7pm for a pre-concert lecture in Kresge. Mark will speak about the physics of the organ as well as the Kresge organ in particular, and he will answer any questions.

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And Now for Something Completely Different! Come hear The Spectrum Singers celebrate the color and vibrancy of Latin American music! The chorus welcomes soprano Kristen Watson who will sing Heitor Villa-Lobos sensuous "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5" with an ensemble of 8 'cellos. The world-class tango dancing team of Fernanda Ghi and Guillermo Merlo will grace the evening with solo and chorus-accompanied performances to Tangos and Portenos of Astor Piazzolla. The "Mass in Honor of St. Sebastian" and the "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 9 for an Orchestra of Voices" by Villa Lobos will also be performed, as will Alberto Ginastera's powerful "Lamentations of Jeremiah." Tickets start at only $15! Visit <a href="http://www.spectrumsingers.org" target="_blank">www.spectrumsingers.org</a> for more information.
The Spectrum Singers, John W. Ehrlich, Music Director
Works by Heitor Villa-Lobos, Astor Piazzolla, Alberto Ginastera
First Church Congregational

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The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, director, with Heinrich Christensen, organ) presents Icons and Music: Windows on the Divine, a fusion of the aural and visual contemplative imagination in a concert of sacred choral works by Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Gretchaninnoff, Penderecki, Pärt, Poulenc, Tavener, and others. More info at <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a>
The Seraphim Singers, Jennifer Lester, director
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The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, director) present Persecution, Transformation, and Triumph, a concert of works composed under religious persecution in Renaissance England, slavery in America, the Holocaust and Nazi occupation, and the Soviet era. Highlights will include selections from Messiaen's Quartuor pour la fin du temps and a new commissioned work by Israil composer Avner Dorman. More info at <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a>
The Seraphim Singers, Jennifer Lester, director
Works by Byrd, Poulenc, Dorman, Tippett, Stanhope
Mission Church

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Peter Sykes plays works of Mendelssohn, Woodman, Elgar, Vierne, and Bach on the restored and recently installed Hook and Hastings Opus 1366 at Church of Our Saviour, Brookline, MA
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Works by Bach Vierne Woodman Mendelssohn Elgar
Church of Our Saviour, Longwood

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: American/Canadian organist, Tristan Rhodes, will give an ALL BRAHMS recital. The Organ Recital will be preceded by Evensong featuring The Cathedral Scholars under the direction of Ed Broms. Tristan Rhodes was educated at Peabody Conservatory of Music of Johns Hopkins University and Westminster Choir College. Widely known for his work as conductor of National Boychoir of America and later New England Vocal Ensemble Tristan Rhodes has distinguished himself as an organist of note in both the US and for the past 10 years has received critical acclaim in Canada where he was organist and master of choristers at the Anglican churches of St. John the Divine, Victoria and Historic St. Paul's Naval and Garrison Church – the oldest church in the Pacific Northwest also in Victoria, the capitol of British Columbia. Currently he is the organist and master of choristers at the 3000 member Sacred Heart Parish, Bradenton, Florida. Johannes Brahms is best known as a
Tristan Rhodes, Ed Broms
Works by Brahms, Henning, Cooman, Smith
The Cathedral Church of St. Paul

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Holy Name Parish

Contact: 617 548 3974
The Chamber Choir of the Church of the Redeemer, directed by Michael S. Murray, sings Evensong at 5:00pm. Bairstow's "I sat down", Howells' "Evening Canticles (Gloucester)", Stanford's "For lo, I raise up" and other works will be sung, and Bach's "Fugue in E-flat (St. Anne)" will be played by Dr. Stuart Forster. The service will be followed by a complimentary reception of wine & cheese. Admission is without charge (free-will plate offering collected). <a href="http://www.redeemerchestnuthill.org" target="_blank">http://www.redeemerchestnuthill.org</a>
Michael S. Murray
Works by Bach, Bairstow, Howells, Smith
Church of the Redeemer

Contact: music@redeemerchestnuthill.org
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Paul Cienniwa performs on the harpsichord in the Humanarts series at Assumption College. Program to include Scarlatti Sonata in C K.513, J. S. Bach Prelude and Fugue in c minor (WTC II), BWV 847, and Handel Suite No. 7 in g minor, H. 432. Concert begins at 12:35 in the Community Room of the Tinsley Campus Ministry Center, behind the Chapel. FREE. <a href="http://www.assumption.edu/humanarts" target="_blank">www.assumption.edu/humanarts</a>
Paul Cienniwa
Works by Scarlatti, Bach, Handel
Assumption College Campus Ministry Center

Contact: Jacqueline Chlapowski Jchlapowski@assumption.edu, 508-767-7304
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Peter Sykes performs on the harpsichord in the Humanarts series at Assumption College. Concert begins at 12:35 in the Community Room of the Tinsley Campus Ministry Center, behind the Chapel. FREE. <a href="http://www.assumption.edu/humanarts" target="_blank">www.assumption.edu/humanarts</a>
Peter Sykes
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Contact: Jacqueline Chlapowski jchlapowski@assumption.edu, 508-767-7386
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Concert: The British are Coming! Concert will feature music by British composers and music composed for royal events. Program includes Benjamin Britten "Rejoice in the Lamb" and "Jubilate Deo in C," William Walton's "Coronation Te Deum," Parry "I Was Glad," Elgar "As Torrents in Summer," Howells "O Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem," Rutter "This is the Day," and Matthias "Let the People Praise Thee." The Children's Chorus will sing Andrew Carter "Bless the Lord." William Ness is the guest organist on the Chabot memorial organ at Assumption's Chapel of the Holy Spirit.
Salisbury Singers, Michelle Graveline, Music Director; William Ness, Organist
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Students $10 at the door
Contact: Michelle Graveline mgraveli@assumption.edu 508-767-7386
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Join us as we celebrate the 137th Anniversary of the Dedication of the Cathedral's historic E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings Pipe Organ, dedicated on February 23, 1876. Organists Eric Anderson, Richard Bunbury, Richard Clark, Christopher Hebard, Peter Krasinski, Rosalind Mohnsen, and Cathedral organist Leo Abbott, will perform music of Bach, Vivaldi, Franck, Jongen, and an improvisation on submitted themes. <a href="http://www.holycrossboston.com/events.html" target="_blank">http://www.holycrossboston.com/events.html</a>

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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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E.J. Lownes memorial concert sponsored by Brown Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life; Co-sponsored by RI AGO.
olivier latry
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Brown University, Sayles Hall

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A concert of organ and choral music by Max Reger. The program includes works from Opus 27, 67, 69, 80, as well as secular and sacred choral selections
Steven Yioung; Briarwood Ensemble; Bridgewater State University Chamber Singers
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Old South Union Church

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In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Britten (1913-1976), we offer a spectacular program of British choral music spanning five centuries. Byrd’s ecstatic motet Laudibus in sanctis and Purcell’s joyful verse anthem O Sing unto the Lord will usher in two of Britten’s great works for unaccompanied choir: the enchanting Hymn to St. Cecilia and the rarely performed set of Middle English Lyrics Sacred and Profane. Britten’s teacher, Frank Bridge, will be represented by special guests, The Lydian String Quartet, playing a set of Bridge’s English Folksong arrangements. The program will end with the premiere of Nicholas White’s own set of Middle English Lyrics From Earth to Heaven, with the choir and special guest soprano joined by organist Barbara Bruns (who will also play Frank Bridge's Adagio for Organ) and the Lydian String Quartet. A truly inspiring evening for lovers of ravishing melody, rich harmony, and glorious poetry. For more information: <a hr
Chorus Of The Boston Cecilia, The Lydian String Quartet, Brenna Wells, soprano, Barbara Bruns, organ, Nicholas White, guest conductor
Works by William Byrd, Henry Purcell, C.V. Stanford, Benjamin Britten, Frank Bridge, Nicholas White
All Saints Parish

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Mr. Guglielmi makes his BEMF Concert Series début in a very special double recital inspired by J. S. Bach’s concerts at the Court of Dresden. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear world-class performances of Bach’s harpsichord and organ masterpieces together in one incredible evening of music. For nearly twenty years, keyboardist Luca Guglielmi has enjoyed a busy career as soloist, continuo player, composer, and conductor. He has collaborated with such legendary artists as Jordi Savall, Cecilia Bartoli, Giovanni Antonini, Ensemble Zefiro, and the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, among countless others, in concerts and on over forty recordings. Free pre-concert talk at 7pm For tickets: <a href="http://www.bemf.org/pages/concerts/12-13_boston/guglielmi.htm" target="_blank">http://www.bemf.org/pages/concerts/12-13_boston/guglielmi.htm</a>
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Works by Johann Sebastian Bach
First Lutheran Church

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Organ Recital by Hatsumi Miura on the 1974 2 manual / 20 stop Fisk organ.
Hatsumi Miura
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St. Michael's Church

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Organ Recital by Hatsumi Miura on the 1974 2 manual / 20 stop Fisk organ.
Hatsumi Miura
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Organ Recital by Hatsumi Miura on the 1974 2 manual / 20 stop Fisk organ.
Hatsumi Miura
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Harpsichord music of Couperin
Musical Offering - Matthew Hall
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St. Anne's-in-the-Fields

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Recently appointed to the faculty of the Eastman School of Music, organist NATHAN LAUBE coaches Harvard organ students in open forum. All are invited to observe.
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Organist of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, OLIVIER LATRY coaches Harvard organ students in open forum. All are invited to observe.
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Peter Krasinski, organist and winner of the 2002 Improvisation Competition of the AGO, has performed throughout the United States, France and Japan. Krasinski will be accompanying the 1928 silent film "The Docks of New York" directed by Josef von Stemberg and starring George Bancroft, Betty Compson and Olga Baclanova. Peter's improvisations have been critically acclaimed in the press as "stunning", "seamless" and "brilliant"!!
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Benjamin Britten: Rejoice in the Lamb Charles Villiers Stanford: Magnificat in C Thomas Tallis: Three motets Anton Bruckner: Locus iste Roland de Lassus: Jubilate Deo
The St. Paul Parish Choir: Dr. Jonathan Wessler, director; Sarah Mitchell, soprano; Von Bringhurst, alto; Peter Halpern, tenor; Ian Bowling, bass
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The Seraphim Singers (J Lester, dir) have rescheduled our snowed-out program of Icons and Music: Windows on the Divine; music of the Russian choral tradition as well as works by Pärt, Messiaen, Poulenc, Tavener, and Penderecki. Pre-concert lecture at 2:30PM by Professor Michael Connolly (Boston College.) Visit <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a> for details.
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First Church Congregational

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We have another interesting and varied lineup for you this year, based on suggestions by former attendees and our chapter members. Workshops with Christa Rakich, Robert Barney, Kristen Miller and Robin Leaver. Spectrum Music will be back with a selection of fine music for sale, and attendees are welcome to bring “pre-owned” music, books and CDs for our POE Scholarship Fund flea market. The Party Connection of Methuen will again be providing a delicious catered lunch, and time for socializing and browsing. More details and Registration form available on <a href="http://www.merrimackago.com" target="_blank">www.merrimackago.com</a>

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Celebrating 850 years of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris and 150 years of St. John's Church in Gloucester Peter Krasinski will accompany the 1928 classic "Hunchback of Notre-Dame" on Saturday March 10 at 7 pm at St. John's Church, 48 Middle Street, Gloucester (Parking at 33 Washington St). mark@stjohnsgloucester.org or 978.283.1708 ext 2. <a href="http://www.stjohnsgloucester.org" target="_blank">http://www.stjohnsgloucester.org</a>

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Organists Harry Huff and George Sargeant present a recital of organ music for the Easter season. Mr. Huff will play César Franck's "Pièce Heroïque," Larry King's "Resurrection," and Henri Mulet's "Carillon-Sortie." Mr. Sargeant will perform Charles-Marie Widor's "Symphonie Romane." NOTE - This event has been rescheduled from April 21 due to the terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon.

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Jacob Street, David McFerrin, Sonja Tengblad, Colin Lynch
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Boston Choral Ensemble, directed by Andrew Shenton
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Boston Choral Ensemble, directed by Andrew Shenton
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Marcel Sanders, one of WorcAGO's scholarship students, will be the featured performer at Mechanics Hall with Youth Ensemble of New England orchestra, playing the Handel Concerto #13 in F Major. 4/10 noon – free

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St. Mary’s Music Ministry is excited to present an organ concert by renowned German organist Wiltrud Fuchs on April 26th at 7pm. Originally from Heidelberg, Ms. Fuchs studied organ in Germany with Michael Schneider, in Italy with Fernando Germani, and in Austria with Anton Heiller. She was a prizewinner at the International Organ Festival in Nuremberg, and holds an Award for Cultural Development by the Regional Authority of Osnabrück. She has performed concert tours in South America, the USA, Russia and China, and currently resides in Weimar, Germany. The program will include works by Bach, Haydn, Liszt and Mendelssohn, among others. This event is free and open to the public (a free-will offering will be collected.) There will be a reception for Ms. Fuchs after the recital. All are welcome.
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A concert featuring the music of Worcester chapter members.
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Wesley United Methodist Church

BSO organist James David Christie will be joined by BSO colleagues Robert Sheena an Cynthia Meyers in a program of music for organ, oboe, English horn and flute. Program includes music of Bahc, Berg, Bohm, Vivaldi, Berthier, Alain and others. Presented by the Needham Concert Society.
James David Christie, Robert Sheena, Cynthia Meyers
Works by Bach, Bohm, Berthier, Berg, Vivaldi, Peeters, Alain
First Congregational Church of Needham
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BSO organist James David Christie will be joined by BSO colleagues Robert Sheena an Cynthia Meyers in a program of music for organ, oboe, English horn and flute. Program includes music of Bahc, Berg, Bohm, Vivaldi, Berthier, Alain and others. Presented by the Needham Concert Society.
James David Christie, Robert Sheena, Cynthia Meyers
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church

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Chamber Trio makes its season debut in Worcester.<br/> Artists in Residence at 1st U
Noel Cary, clarinet; Betsy Bronstein, cello; Cindy Bizzarro, piano
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Dexter Kennedy
Works by Mendelssohn, Alain, Durufl‚, and Messiaen
First Unitarian

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Monica Czausz
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Abarham Ross
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First Unitarian

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Matthias Havinga
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First Unitarian

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Five Boston organists play the historic 1854 Hook organ at St Thomas Aquinas. Largest extant pre-Civil War American organ, boasting seven reed stops and a large pedal division in a live acoustic.
Richard Bunbury, Janet Hunt, Harry Kelton, Ellen McGuire, Lois Regestein
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The recital is offered as a benefit for El Hogar.

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Parish of the Epiphany

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Peter Krasinski.
Works by Fritz Lange, Peter Krasinski
NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH

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Peter Krasinski, Organist, The Choristers of St Pauls Choir School, Harvard Square, John Robinson, Conductor.
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Saint Paul's Church
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Wednesday, May 1, 2013 @ 12:00 Noon WONDERS OF WURLITZER @ Providence Performing Arts Center. Krasinski plays a popular program and presents a silent short by Buster Keaton on the five manual Mighty Wurlitzer. FREE! Bring your lunch and take a break in fabulous surroundings with great music and fun entertainment! <a href="http://www.krasinski.org" target="_blank">www.krasinski.org</a> <a href="http://www.ppacri.org/community_outreach_programs/wonders_of_wurlitzer" target="_blank">http://www.ppacri.org/community_outreach_programs/wonders_of_wurlitzer</a>
Peter Krasinski.
Works by A Short film of Buster Keaton along with Orchestral Transcriptions and Popular Songs
Providence Performing Arts Center

Contact: http://www.ppacri.org/community_outreach_programs/wonders_of_wurlitzer
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<a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/jo0n64eyqxvztcl/FCCS-Poster-Letter.jpg" target="_blank">https://www.dropbox.com/s/jo0n64eyqxvztcl/FCCS-Poster-Letter.jpg</a> Sunday, May 5, 2013 @ 2:00 PM CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Providence, marking the event with an organ concert on the 1913 Hutchings-Votey Organ, including music of Frank, Bach and three movements from Mr. Krasinski’s Transcription of Gustave Mahler’s Symphony number One. FREE. <a href="http://www.krasinski.org" target="_blank">www.krasinski.org</a>
Peter Krasinski.
Works by Bach, Franck, Mahler
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Providence RI

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Brink Bush is one of the leading interpreters of German Romantic organ music in the world today. He has concertized throughout Europe and the United States. Mr. Bush will play a concert featuring the works of Scarlatti, Lidon, JS Bach, and CPE Bach on the beautiful Fisk organ at Saint Michaels. Brink Bush currently serves as Organist-Director of Music at Saint Johns Episcopal Church in Beverly Farms, Ma.
Brink Bush
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St. Anne's Adult Choir, directed by Buffy Gray, will sing Evensong on Sunday, May 5 at 5 p.m. All are welcome. Stanford Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in C, Gibson Preces and Responses, Parry "My soul, there is a country". Organ music by Franck and J.S. Bach.
St. Anne's Adult Choir; Buffy Gray, organist and director
Works by Stanford, Parry, Gibson, Franck, Bach
St. Anne's in-the-Fields

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The Choir of the Church of the Redeemer Mr. Michael S. Murray, Choirmaster Dr. Stuart Forster, Organist Rev. Margery Kennelley, Officiant The service is followed by a complimentary reception of wine & cheese. Introit: Hail, gladdening light, Charles Wood (1866-1926) Hymn: 34 – Innisfree Farm Preces & Responses: Herbert W. Sumsion (1899-1995) Service: Evening Service in G, Herbert W. Sumsion (1899-1995) Creed (accomp.): Dorothy J. Papadakos (b. 1960) Anthem: Evening Hymn, Henry Balfour Gardiner (1877-1950) Hymn: The day thou gavest, Lord, has ended – Eventide Postlude: March upon Handel’s “Lift up your heads”, Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911)
The Choir of the Church of the Redeemer; Michael S. Murray; Stuart Forster
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On Sunday, May 5 at 7pm, the Friends of Music at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Westfield, NJ will welcome the music loving public to a performance of the Stabat Mater, composed in 1950 by celebrated French composer Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). Members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra will join the Parish Choir in this inspired and evocative work, which Poulenc composed in the form of a “grand motet” in 12 brief, but dramatic movements. Featured in the May 5th performance are sopranos Carrie Hackett and Julia Fernandez. Also featured on the program is guest organist Andrew E. Henderson, Director of Music and Organist at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York City, in a performance of the Symphony for Organ and Grand Orchestra op. 42 (1882) by Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937). Widor is described as “one of the most important and influential figures in the musical life of [Paris] and a key figure in turn-of-the-century French music.” Charles M. Banks, esteemed Dir
Charles M. Banks, Director of Music, St. Paul's; Andrew E. Henderson, Director of Music and Organist at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York City; Carrie Hackett and Julia Fernandez, Sopranos
Works by Francis Poulenc (1899-1963).and Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937).
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Students are admitted FREE.
Contact: Charles M. Banks, (908) 232-8506, X17 or cbanks@stpaulswestfield.org
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On Sunday, May 5 at 7pm, the Friends of Music at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Westfield, NJ will welcome the music loving public to a performance of the Stabat Mater, composed in 1950 by celebrated French composer Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). Members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra will join the Parish Choir in this inspired and evocative work, which Poulenc composed in the form of a “grand motet” in 12 brief, but dramatic movements. Featured in the May 5th performance are sopranos Carrie Hackett and Julia Fernandez. Also featured on the program is guest organist Andrew E. Henderson, Director of Music and Organist at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York City, in a performance of the Symphony for Organ and Grand Orchestra op. 42 (1882) by Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937). Widor is described as “one of the most important and influential figures in the musical life of [Paris] and a key figure in turn-of-the-century French music.” Charles M. Banks, esteemed Dir
Charles M. Banks, Director of Music, St. Paul\'s; Andrew E. Henderson, Director of Music and Organist at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York City; Carrie Hackett and Julia Fernandez, Sopranos
Works by Francis Poulenc (1899-1963).and Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937).
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Students are admitted FREE.
Contact: Charles M. Banks, (908) 232-8506, X17 or cbanks@stpaulswestfield.org
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Aaron Sunstein returns to his home neighborhood of Ashmont, in Dorchester, to perform on the C. B. Fisk organ of All Saints Church. The concert is a benefit for Ashmont Hill Chamber Music, celebrating 40 years of bringing chamber music to Dorchester. Sunstein is a doctoral candidate in organ performance at the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University. As a youth, he was a chorister in the All Saints Choir of Men and Boys. As a recipient of a Boston chapter Young Organist Initiative scholarship, Sunstein studied organ with Michael Kleinschmidt, at the time organist and choirmaster of All Saints. Sunstein's program includes Buxtehude's Toccata in F Major; J. S. Bach's Prelude and Fugue in A Minor; the Mendelssohn Sonata No. 5; and Arnold Schoenberg's seldom heard Variations on a Recitatve, Op. 40.
Aaron Sunstein
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All Saints Church, Ashmont
$15 for AGO members
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A Celebration of the 850th Anniversary of the Founding of Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris. 850 programs taking place around the world.
Leo Abbott, Heinrich Christensen, Glenn Goda, Janet Hunt, Rosalind Mohnsen, Paul Murray, Kenneth Starr, Rodger Vine, Seraphim Singers, Jennifer Lester, Director
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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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A Celebration of the 850th Anniversary of the Founding of Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris. 850 programs taking place around the world. <a href="http://www.holycrossboston.com" target="_blank">http://www.holycrossboston.com</a>
Leo Abbott, Heinrich Christensen, Glenn Goda, Janet Hunt, Rosalind Mohnsen, Paul Murray, Kenneth Starr, Rodger Vine, Seraphim Singers, Jennifer Lester, Director
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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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A performance from Ullrich Bohme with the new Bach-organ of the St. Thomas Church, Leipzig, played for the first time on Pentecost 2000. This historical model corresponds to the organ on which Bach had played for 27 Years.<br> Charter channel 18; comcast ch 56 (consult your local cable lineup)<br>Note that another listing shows 2pm.

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Leipzig Thomas Church

The annual Alastair Cassels-Brown Memorial Organ Concert at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge will take place May 9, 2013, at 6pm. This year's concert will feature Kent Tritle, Director of Cathedral Music and Organist at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. Kent Tritle is one of America’s leading choral conductors. Called "the brightest star in New York's choral music world" by The New York Times. The 2012-2013 season marks his sixth season as Music Director of Musica Sacra, the longest continuously performing professional chorus in New York City, and eighth season as Music Director of the Oratorio Society of New York, the acclaimed 200-voice volunteer chorus. In addition, Kent is Director of Choral Activities at the Manhattan School of Music and is a member of the graduate faculty of The Juilliard School. An acclaimed organ virtuoso, he is also the organist of the New York Philharmonic and the American Symphony Orchestra. <a href="http://eds.edu/events/

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Boston Chapter Final Program of the 2012-13 season “FAXON 100″ will end the 2012-2013 season with a festive remembrance of Boston legend, George Faxon, one day before his Centennial on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at Old South Church in Boston @ 7:30. AGO members are invited to the annual meeting in Gordon Chapel at 6:00 to enjoy some light refreshment before the main event at 7:30 in the Old South Sanctuary. Organists close to Mr. Faxon will perform music that celebrates the musical legacy of this great Boston personality. Performers will be organists Leo Abbot, Richard Grant, Fred MacArthur, Thomas Murray, Roger Vine, and violinist, Emily Faxon, George’s daughter. Music will include compositions by Bach, Ellington, Jongen, Strayhorn, Stoughton, Nancy Faxon and others. Jonathan Ambrosino will be the Master of Ceremonies for this most festive of evenings. Gala reception to follow in Gordon Chapel. The general public is encouraged to attend the concert: please invite your friend

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John Russell, organist will play a program entitled Bach and Friends to benefit OneFund Boston

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St. Michael's Church
Benefit for One Fund Boston
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John Russell, organist will play a program entitled Bach and Friends to benefit OneFund Boston

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St. Michael's Church
Benefit for One Fund Boston
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On Saturday, May 18 The Spectrum Singers and Music Director John W. Ehrlich salute two of France's most highly esteemed composers. Lili Boulanger, the younger sister of Nadia and student of Faure, was to die tragically young. Her relatively unknown music for chorus is gentle, emotional, reverent and beautifully crafted. The Spectrum Singers will perform her La Source, Hymne au Soleil, Les Sirenes, and her very last work, Pie Jesu. In addition, the great Requiem of Gabriel Faure will be performed, plus three other lesser-known choral pieces by Faure, his Le Ruisseau, Les Djinns, and Madrigal. Keyboardists Heinrich Christensen and Vytas Baksys will play, as will a chamber orchestra in the Requiem. This will be a great opportunity to revisit the beautiful Faure Requiem, and also hear, perhaps for the first time, lovely choral works by his greatly gifted student and colleague Lili Boulanger.
The Spectrum Singers, John W. Ehrlich, Music Director, Heinrich Christensen, organ, Vytas Baksys, piano
Works by Lili Boulanger, Gabriel FAure
First Church in Cambridge, Congregational
www.spectrumsingers.org
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The Raleigh Ringers are an internationally acclaimed, advanced community handbell choir based in Raleigh, North Carolina. They dazzle concert audiences with unique interpretations of sacred, secular, and popular music, while performing on one of the most extensive collections of bells and bell-like instruments owned by any handbell ensemble in the world. <a href="http://handbells.brownpapertickets.com" target="_blank">http://handbells.brownpapertickets.com</a>
The Raleigh Ringers/David M. Harris
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Melrose Middle School Auditorium
$12 advance/$15 at door
Contact: call 781-462-1977 or email melrosebellringers@gmail.com
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On Tuesday, May 21, at 7:00 p.m., there will be a concert at Pinewood Lutheran Church, Burlington, MA. The choirs of Bethany College, Mankato, MN, will present selections from Haydn's "Creation" and Bach's "B minor Mass" and others. 70 performers. No admission fee. The church is located at 24 Wilmington Road (Route 62) about 1/2 mile east of Route 3. Information from the church 718 273 1610.

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The Mechanics Hall Worcester Organ Concerts form an exciting series showcasing the magnificent 1864 Hook Organ - also known as The Worcester Organ - and talented organists and musical artists from New England and beyond. Programming includes organ performance, silent films and multimedia performances. The Worcester Chapter of the American Guild of Organists co-sponsors the Series. <br><br> Each concert begins at Noon and is free admission. All are welcome. Bring a lunch or purchase one at the Hall while they last.
Jacob Street
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The Mechanics Hall Worcester Organ Concerts form an exciting series showcasing the magnificent 1864 Hook Organ - also known as The Worcester Organ - and talented organists and musical artists from New England and beyond. Programming includes organ performance, silent films and multimedia performances. The Worcester Chapter of the American Guild of Organists co-sponsors the Series. <br><br> Each concert begins at Noon and is free admission. All are welcome. Bring a lunch or purchase one at the Hall while they last.
Organists Anna & Mary Pan
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On Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 3PM will present Connexions Concert IV of the program year 2012/2013 at Sudbury United Methodist. The concert will take place at Sudbury United Methodist Church, 251 Old Sudbury Road [Route 27], Sudbury, MA US. Admission is free and open to the public. A freewill donation will be gratefully accepted to benefit the music program at Sudbury United Methodist. For more information call 978 443 4351, OR send e-mail to <kevin@sudbury-umc.org>.
Elaine Allen, flute; Anne Carr, flute; Meredith Derecho, violin; Russell Doughty, guitar; Rob Hammerton, Bass; Nancy Leinonen, soprano; Peter Lam, piano; Cecelia Murphy, violin; Ciaran Murphy, drums; Kevin Murphy, organ, guitar, piano; and Judith Pinsker, flute
Works by J. S. Bach, Frederic Chopin, Sergei Prokoviev, C. P. E. Bach, W. F. E. Bach, Carl Boehm, Erich Korngold and others.
Sudbury United Methodist Church

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A concert exploring the act of deploration, or lament, featuring music by Josquin, Tomkins, Tartini, and Whitacre, and including the monumental Spem in alium for 40 voices by Thomas Tallis.
Boston Choral Ensemble, directed by Andrew Shenton
Works by Josquin, Tallis, Tartini, Tomkins, Whitacre
Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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This year's BEMF Organ-Mini Festival provides a musical excursion through the many facets of Bach's creative genius. Join us for this kaleidoscopic tour of Bach's ever-changing musical language, brought to life by three illustrious artists on the splendid Richards-Fowkes organ at Boston's First Lutheran Church. William Porter: The Young Bach - Ohrdruf to Weimar (9am - 11am) Lorenzo Ghielmi: The Mature Bach - Weimar to Leipzig (11:30am - 1:30am) John Scott: Bach the Theologian - Clavierübung III (2pm - 4pm) <a href="http://www.bemf.org/pages/fest/organ_minifestival.htm" target="_blank">http://www.bemf.org/pages/fest/organ_minifestival.htm</a>
William Porter, Lorenzo Ghielmi, John Scott
Works by Johann Sebastian Bach
First Lutheran Church
$60 all 3 concerts; $25 single concert
Contact: 617-661-1812
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It is with great excitement that we invite you to enjoy a free recital at the Noack Organ Company in Georgetown, MA on Saturday, June 22, 2013 at 2:00 PM. Sigurd M. Øgaard, organist, will perform on the newly renovated Noack Opus 98. The all mechanical, 35-stop, two-manual instrument will be installed at Hertz Hall, University of California, Berkeley this summer. Please visit <a href="http://www.noackorgan.com" target="_blank">www.noackorgan.com</a> for more information.
Sigurd M. Øgaard
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Noack Organ Company

Organ Recital
Chandler Noyes
Works by Sousa, Anderson, Williams, Bish, Strauss, Gershwin
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Patriotic Music on the Great Organ
Chandler Noyes
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Organ Recital
Chandler Noyes
Works by Sousa, Anderson, Williams, Bish, Strauss, Gershwin
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Methuen Young People's Theater

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Methuen Young People's Theater

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Bruce Adami and Brian Jones present a festive concert on the Great Organ, featuring solo organ music, duo music for organ (four hands) and for organ and piano. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Free, on-site parking. This concert is a benefit for the annual MMMH scholarships awarded to Merrimack Valley area graduating high school seniors who are beginning college studies for a career in music.
Bruce Adami and Brian Jones
Works by Demarest, Wesley, Bach, Merkel, Vierne, Rachmaninoff and Arndt
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate price for children $5
Contact: (978) 685-0693; methuenorganconcerts@gmail.com (Joyce Painter Rice)
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Sergei Prokofiev's orchestral story, "Peter and the Wolf", will be played on the Great Organ by Joyce Painter Rice. This concert for children (of all ages) is co-presented with the Nevins Public Library in Methuen. Narration will be in English and Spanish. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. Free on-site parking.
Joyce Painter Rice, organ
Works by Prokofiev
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Organ Concert
Hector Olivera
Works by Bach, Franck, Daquin, Boëllmann, Widor and and Improvisation
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Silent Movie with Organ Accompaniment
Chandler Noyes
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Organ Concert with multiple artists
Diane Meredith Belcher, David Carrier, Douglas Major, Rosalind Mohnsen, Abbey Siegfried, Peter Sykes
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Holiday Open House Features Crafts Fair and The Great Organ. Enjoy the splendor of the Methuen Memorial Music Hall decorated for Christmas, shop for gifts created by artisans and hear favorite Christmas music played on the 150-year-old Great Organ by Chandler Noyes and Joyce Painter Rice. Items for sale will include Hand-Crafted Jewelry, Watercolors, Vintage Lampshades, Candy, Origami Ornaments, Scented Candles, items from Third World Countries, Gift Baskets, Insects in Shadow Boxes, and Painted/ Decorated Bricks. Free on-site parking. Handicapped entrance at rear door.
Chandler Noyes, Joyce Painter Rice
Works by Traditional and pop Christmas music
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Ray Cornils, Municipal Organist for the City of Portland, ME, returns for his 2nd year at the MMMH Christmas concerts, with Greg Gettel and Robinson Pyle, trumpets. Hear splendid Christmas music played on the 150-year-old Great Organ in the beautifully decorated Music Hall. Tickets: $20 reserved, in advance; $15 sold at the door (if concert is not sold out); $5 children. For reserved tickets email: Sheila@mymusicworkshop.com or call 603-893-1544. Free on-site parking. Handicapped entrance is at the rear door. The Program is posted at <a href="http://www.mmmh.org" target="_blank">www.mmmh.org</a>
Ray Cornils
Works by Cheban, D'Aquin, Callahan, Bach, Diggle, Sowerby, arr. Harmon, chapman, arr. Rawsthorne, Guaraldi, Adam, Miller
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
$15 Non Reserved (if not sold out in adv
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Organ Concert
K. Brian Kirk
Works by Lemmens, Kirk, Smith, Benware, Bédard and Franck
Methuen

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Organ Concert
Stephen Hamilton
Works by Widor, Franck, Bach, Ginastera and Messiaen
Methuen

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Organ Concert
William Ness
Works by Weitz, Langlais, Falcinelli, Demessieux, Hakim and Dupré
Methuen

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International concert and recording artist, Frederick Hohman, of South Bend, Indiana, plays a recital including several of his own transcriptions, two of which are recently published.
Frederick Hohman
Works by Saint-Saens, Bach (transcribed Hohman), Franck, Liszt (transcribed Hohman), Purcell and Clarke (embellished by Hohman), Karg-Elert, Vierne
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate price for children $5
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Organ Concert
Leslie C. S. Teardo
Works by Wilson, Reger, Bach, Langlais, Gade, Dupré, Laurin and Demessieux
Methuen

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Organ Concert
Margaret Irwin-Brandon
Works by Marchand, Scheidt, Tunder, Piazzolla, Bach, Messiaen, C.P.E. Bach, Beethoven and Anonymous
Methuen

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Peter Latona, Director of Music and Organist at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C., plays the historic Great Organ. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Free, off-street parking.
Peter Latona
Works by Bach, Brahms, Duruflé, Franck, Latona and Guilmant
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate price for children $5.
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Organ Concert on the historic Great Organ, played by Harry Lyn Huff, Director of Music at Old South Church, Copley Square, Boston. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Free, off-street parking.
Harry Lyn Huff
Works by Bach, Franck, Dupré, Messiaen, Alain, Hampton, Puccini and Mancini
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate price for children $5.
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Organ Concert on the historic Great Organ, played by Ms. Jung-A Lee, of Irvine, CA. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Free, off-street parking. Program includes Reubke's "Sonata on the 94th Psalm". Other works by Bach, Mootz, Burkhardt, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, Khachaturian and Bovet.
Jung-A Lee
Works by Mootz, Burkhardt, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, Khachaturian, Bovet, Bach, Reubke
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate price for children $5.
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Organ Concert by David Enlow on the historic Great Organ. Enlow teaches at The Juilliard School and is Organist and Choir Master of the Church of the Resurrection, NYC. He holds the FAGO certification in the AGO and is Sub-Dean of the NYC Chapter. His program includes music by Strauss (Overture to Die Fledermaus), Mozart, Franck, Schumann (the Six Pieces in Canonic Form, Op. 56) and Elgar (first movement of his Sonata in G Major). Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Free, off-street parking.
David Enlow
Works by Strauss, Mozart, Franck, Schumann, Elgar
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate price for children $5.
Contact: (978) 685-0693; methuenorganconcerts@gmail.com (Joyce Painter Rice)
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Organ Concert
Martin Schmending
Works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Albright, Wagner, Reger and Vierne
Methuen

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Organ Concert by Yun Kyong Kim, of Dayton, Ohio. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Free onsite parking. Praised by concertgoers as an artist who stretches the limits of the instrument, concert organist Yun Kyong Kim is passionate about bringing musically diverse programs to her audiences and is in great demand as an organ and harpsichord recitalist. Ms. Kim was born in Korea and moved to the United States at the age of sixteen. After early organ study with Carole Terry at the University of Washington, she received her doctoral degree in organ performance with minors in early music and music theory in 2005 from Indiana University at Bloomington, where her principal teachers were Christopher Young and Elisabeth Wright. She has also studied and performed in North Germany and France, and made her French debut in Paris at Sainte-Clotilde in 1997.Her MSR Classics compact disc is "Of Another Time", recorded on the historic 1920 Austin organ at St. Mary's RC Church, Dayton, OH. Visit her website at <a h
Yun Kyong Kim
Works by Vierne, Still, Brahms, Farrington, Prokofiev and Ampt
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate price for children $5
Contact: (978) 685-0693; methuenorganconcerts@gmail.com (Joyce Painter Rice)
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Organ Concert. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Free onsite parking. Michael S. Murray, originally from Queensland, Australia, is Organist and Choirmaster at the Church of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill, MA. He holds a Master's degree (with distinction) from the Longy School of Music where he studied organ with Peter Sykes. His previous organ studies were with Stefan Engels (Westminster Choir College, Princeton, New Jersey) and David Rumsey (Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia). Organ Improvisation was mentored by Dorothy Papadakos (Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York, New York). Mr. Murray has appeared in recital at major venues across the United States, Europe and Australia, including "The Sydney Cabaret Convention", as well as the national conventions of the American Institute of Organbuilders, the International Society of Organbuilders, and the Association of Anglican Musicians. He has appeared on numerous recordings, most recently, in 2012, "Vivat Regina! - The Diamond Jub
Michael S. Murray
Works by Walton, Vaughan Williams, Messiaen, Langlais, Lefebure-Wely, Liszt, Bach, Guilmant, Improvisation on a Submitted Theme
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate price for children $5
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Jonathan Bezdegian
Works by Cook, Vierne, Tournemire, Hindemith
Our Lady of the Angels Church

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The First Parish of Bolton celebrates the installation of its magnificent Rev. Joseph Nelson Pardee Memorial Organ with this conncert featuring concert and recording artist Dr. James Jordan and director of music Kristjon Imperio. Originally built in 1899 by Hook and Hastings for the Unitarian Church of Sandwich, it was later enlarged by the Communty of Jesus in Orleans for its chapel, where Jim Jordan played it daily for a decade. Andover rebuilt and slightly enlarged the organ again in 2012 for the church in Bolton. It now comprises seventeen stops and twenty one ranks. The program includes Bach's "Toccata in F," Barber's "Adagio for Strings," Franck's "Choral 1 in E Major," Vierne's "Naiades," and concludes with "Variations on 'America'" by Charles Ives. The concert is free and part of Bolton's 275th anniversary celebration. A Strawberry Festival follows.
Dr. James Jordan, Kristjon Imperio
Works by Bach, Barber,Franck, Ives, Vierne
The First Parish of Bolton

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It has been a long time since Op. 55 has joined the musical offerings of the Boston Early Music Festival. We’re back in the Festival this year, presenting a fringe concert on Wednesday, June 12 at 4:30pm. Matthias Havinga will offer a recital inspired by the theme of the Festival, which is “Youth - Genius and Folly.” Matthias Havinga has been appointed the organist titulaire of the Round Lutheran Church in Amsterdam, where he organizes concerts and tends to the historic Batz-organ of 1830. He performs many solo concerts in the Netherlands and abroad. He is also the Director of Music of the Augustanakerk in Amsterdam, where he organizes chamber music concerts and performs Bach cantatas as a part of the service. Mr. Havinga has made two recordings for the Brilliant Classics label. When not performing on the organ, he is active as a continuo player with various choirs and orchestras, including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Netherlands Radio Choir, and at various venue

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Old West Church

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Opening Concert of 2013 AGO Regional I and II Convention made possible through the generosity of Foley-Baker, Inc., Pipe Organ Services, Tolland CT
Isabelle Demers
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St. John's Episcopal

Organ Recital
Anne Kirk Laver
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Immanuel Congregational Church

Richard Coffey, conductor, Jeffrey Wood, organist and pianist � commissioned premiere �God's Grandeur� by Martha Sullivan
CONCORA (Connecticut Choral Artists)
Works by Britten, Rorum, Whittacre, Sullivan
St. Patrick/St. Anthony Church

Organ Recital
Jason Roberts
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Cathedral of St. Joseph

Organ Concert with instruments
Christa Rakich
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St. Peter Claver Church

Organ Recital
Christopher Houlihan
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Trinity College Chapel

Featuring the premiere of �Ostinato Fantasia� by Kenneth Fuchs, commissioned by the convention
Todd Wilson
Works by Fuchs
Asylum Hill Congregational Church

Closing Concert of 2013 AGO I and II Regional Convention
Nathan Laube
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Christ Church Cathedral

Region I and II Convention Event offered by an ensemble from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New York City, directed by Richard Erickson.
Rick Erickson
Works by Bach
St. James's Episcopal Church

An organ concert by Jonathan Bezdegian on the 1971 CB Fisk Organ at Old West Church. This concert will feature works by Paul Creston, Paul Hindemith, and Louis Vierne. It will be approximately 45 mins in length. Validated parking at the Charles River Parking Garage at 175 Cambridge St. Please visit the Old West Organ Society website for more information: <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/index.html" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org/index.html</a>
Jonathan Bezdegian
Works by Paul Creston, Paul Hindemith, Louis Vierne
Old West Church

Contact: 617-739-1340
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ALBERT SCHWEITZER ORGAN FESTIVAL CELEBRATION CONCERT Friday, Sept. 6 • 7:30 p.m. A Celebration Concert opens the festival, featuring the three judges for the competition: Diane Meredith Belcher, David Hurd and Cherry Rhodes, who will play selections of their choosing, along with the glorious sounds of the Festival Choir, all under the direction of David Spicer, Minister of Music, and co-founder of the Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival. An offering will be received. Childcare is available for ages 8 and under. A reception will follow.
Diane Meredith Belcher, David Hurd and Cherry Rhodes - Judges, David Spicer, Co-founder of the Festival
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First Church of Christ
Free will offering for concert - all oth
Contact: 860-529-1575, ext. 209 or music@firstchurch.org
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The church's historic 1894 Hook & Hastings organ will be featured in An Organ Recital offered by Brandon Santini, Organist and Music Director of St. Theresa of Avila in West Roxbury, MA. The instrument is Hook & Hastings' Opus 123 (1894), designed and built for the church, and “presented” to the church by the Ladies’ Sewing Circle in 1897. It consists of 18 ranks totaling 982 pipes. Mr. Santini has been an active accompanist and recitalist since the age of 10, and has performed with several brass chamber ensembles and widely as organ soloist on both the national and international stage. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.firstchurchrockland.org" target="_blank">www.firstchurchrockland.org</a>.
Brandon Santini
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First Congregational Church

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The church\'s historic 1894 Hook & Hastings organ will be featured in An Organ Recital offered by Brandon Santini, Organist and Music Director of St. Theresa of Avila in West Roxbury, MA. The instrument is Hook & Hastings\' Opus 123 (1894), designed and built for the church, and “presented” to the church by the Ladies’ Sewing Circle in 1897. It consists of 18 ranks totaling 982 pipes. Mr. Santini has been an active accompanist and recitalist since the age of 10, and has performed with several brass chamber ensembles and widely as organ soloist on both the national and international stage. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.firstchurchrockland.org" target="_blank">www.firstchurchrockland.org</a>.
Brandon Santini
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First Congregational Church

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The Hartford Chapter National Association of Pastoral Musicians presents Marilyn and James Biery - Concert and Workshop Friday September 13, 2013 A presentation of Jim and Marilyn's music with vocal quartet, violin, piano and organ. Prayer and Dinner at 5:30 pm followed by the presentation at 7:00 pm. Saturday September 14, 2013 Two Concurrent Workshop Sessions Jim will host a session for organists on registration and improvisation on the organ. Marilyn will host a session on choral music featuring the "oldies but goodies." These sessions run concurrently beginning at 9:00 am with a coffee break midway and ending at noon. Holy Angels Catholic Church 585 Main Street South Meriden, CT 06541 Directions: <a href="http://www.holyangelschurch.org/directions.htm" target="_blank">http://www.holyangelschurch.org/directions.htm</a> More information: <a href="http://npm-hartford.org" target="_blank">http://npm-hartford.org</a>
James and Marilyn Biery
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Holy Angels Catholic Church

Contact: Jean Degan, 860-543-3638, jeanmus2@gmail.com
The Southeastern New England Chapter of Choristers Guild invites you to a FREE reading session of sacred choral music for children & youth choirs, including a preview of all of the repertoire for the 7th Annual Children's Choir Festival (to be held at Sacred Heart Church in Quincy MA on March 22, 2014)
Michael Olbash, CAGO, ChM, workshop leader
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United Church of Christ

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Press release for Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra – Fall 2013 Sing with Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra The Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra welcomes singers in all voice categories to join with us for our fall concert with full orchestra to be held Sunday, Nov. 24th at the Hale School Auditorium. Artistic Director and Conductor Barbara Jones has selected an exciting program of Russian choral/orchestral works: Rachmaninoff’s second piano concerto, Gretchaninoff’s “Hvalite Boga,” and Borodin’s “Polovtsian Dances.” Open rehearsals are Monday evenings beginning August 26th from 7:30-9:30 at the First Parish Church, 353 Great Rd. Stow. Participation in the SATB chorus is open to all - no auditions required - and offers the opportunity to learn exciting and challenging music in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Contact Ms. Jones (978-562-2620) or Martha Pfeiffer (978-562-0302) with questions, visit <a href="http://www.soundsofstow.com" target="_bla
Barbara Jones
Works by Rachmaninoff & Gretchaninoff
First Parish Church

Press release for Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra – Fall 2013 Sing with Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra The Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra welcomes singers in all voice categories to join with us for our fall concert with full orchestra to be held Sunday, Nov. 24th at the Hale School Auditorium. Artistic Director and Conductor Barbara Jones has selected an exciting program of Russian choral/orchestral works: Rachmaninoff’s second piano concerto, Gretchaninoff’s “Hvalite Boga,” and Borodin’s “Polovtsian Dances.” Open rehearsals are Monday evenings beginning August 26th from 7:30-9:30 at the First Parish Church, 353 Great Rd. Stow. Participation in the SATB chorus is open to all - no auditions required - and offers the opportunity to learn exciting and challenging music in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Contact Ms. Jones (978-562-2620) or Martha Pfeiffer (978-562-0302) with questions, visit <a href="http://www.soundsofstow.com" target="_bla
Barbara Jones
Works by Rachmaninoff & Gretchaninoff
First Parish Church

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013, 7:30 p.m. Sacred Music at the Red Door presents a FOUR CHOIRS FESTIVAL concert featuring Hereford Cathedral Choir, joined with the St. John’s Choirs and those of Trinity Church, Hartford and St. James’s Episcopal Church, West Hartford. A sublime evening of music from one of England’s finest Cathedral Choirs (host of the triennial Three Choirs Festival nearly 300 years running), who will sing Duruflé’s Requiem by candlelight for the first half of the program. The second half combines 120 boys, girls and adults trained in the Anglican choral tradition, including Elgar’s festival anthem Give unto the Lord and Parry’s I was glad. Tickets $15, $12 seniors/students. (860) 523-5201 ext. 350.

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St. John's Episcopal Church
half price with LetsGoArts card
Contact: (860) 523-5201 ext 350 www.sjparish.net
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Katelyn Emerson plays works of Bruns, Bach, Tariverdiev, Langlais and Vierne

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Old West Church

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Erica Johnson plays works of Muffat, Boglietti, Jongen and Krebs.

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Old West Church

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Jonathan Schakel plays works of Mendelssohn, Sweelinck, Bovet, Davies and Bach. <a href="http://oldwestorgansociety.org/" target="_blank">http://oldwestorgansociety.org/</a>

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Old West Church

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Diane Meredith Belcher will perform on the 3-manual Russell Organ at the Chapel of the Holy Spirit.
Diane Meredith Belcher
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Assumption College

Contact: mgraveli@assumption.edu
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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church begins with a program featuring the three resident organists: Edward Jones, Christian Lane, and Carson Cooman. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with Luca Massaglia, Organist, Sanctuary of Madonna deglia Angeli, Torino, Italy. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with Colin Lynch, Associate Director of Music and Organist, Trinity Church, Boston. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with Barbara Bruns, Minister of Music, The Parish of Christ Church, Andover, MA. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with Katelyn Emerson, Director of Music, St. Paul Lutheran Church, Amherst, OH, and prize-winning student at Oberlin Conservatory. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with Charles Boyd Tompkins, Professor of Music and University Organist, Furman University, Greenville, SC. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with Jung-A Lee, Organist, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Newport Beach, CA; Founder and Chairman, Music Mission International. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with performances by members of the Harvard Organ Society, who each study organ with Christian Lane. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with James D. Hicks, Concert Organist and Scandinavian Music Specialist, Morristown, NJ. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with The Gough Duo: Rachel Gough, violin and Rupert Gough, organ. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!
The Gough Duo
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The biweekly Tuesday evening recital series in the Memorial Church continues with Murray Forbes Somerville, Artistic Director Emeritus, Music City Baroque; Gund University Organist and Choirmaster (1990–2003), The Memorial Church at Harvard University. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- this series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us on Tuesday evenings!
Murray Forbes Somerville
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The 2014 spring term Sunday Organ Recital will be given by Diane Meredith Belcher. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- our organ series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us for this Sunday concert, or on Tuesday evenings throughout term!
Diane Meredith Belcher
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The 2013 fall term Sunday Organ Recital will be given by James David Christie. Utilizing both of the new organs in the church -- the 2012 Fisk and 1929 Skinner -- our organ series continues throughout term, welcoming performers from near and far. Each artist chooses which organ to use, and many choose to highlight both within the scope of a program. Please join us for this Sunday concert, and on Tuesday evenings throughout term.

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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Andrew Sheranian, Organist & Master of Choristers at the Parish of All Saints, Ashmont, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church's 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Andrew Sheranian
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Christ Church Cambridge

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The Thursday lunchtime series in historic Busch Hall continues this week with Nahri Ahn, a senior at Granada High School in Livermore, California (and no stranger to the AGO). Join us for a thirty minute concert on the famous 1958 Flentrop organ -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society and Harvard Art Museums.

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Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University

The Thursday lunchtime series in historic Busch Hall continues this week with several members of the Harvard Organ Society showing you their organ-playing skills. Join us for a thirty minute concert on the famous 1958 Flentrop organ -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and the Harvard Art Museums.

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Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University

The Thursday lunchtime series in historic Busch Hall continues this week with Jonathan Ortloff, a local concert organist and organ-builder at Spencer Organ Co. in Waltham, Massachusetts. Join us for a thirty minute concert on the famous 1958 Flentrop organ -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and the Harvard Art Museums.

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Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University

The Thursday lunchtime series in historic Busch Hall continues this week with Thomas Pehlken, a Regional Director of Music (Kreiskantor) for the Evangelical Church in Germany in Cologne. Join us for a thirty minute concert on the famous 1958 Flentrop organ -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and the Harvard Art Museums.

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Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University

The Thursday lunchtime series in historic Busch Hall continues this week with Ethan Haman, Organist of Christ Episcopal Church in Los Altos, California, and student at Irvington High School in nearby Fremont. Join us for a thirty minute concert on the famous 1958 Flentrop organ -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and the Harvard Art Museums.

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Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University

The Thursday lunchtime series in historic Busch Hall continues this week with Peter Krasinski, Organist of First Church of Christ, Scientist in Providence, Rhode Island, and faculty member at St. Paul's Choir School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Join us for a thirty minute concert on the famous 1958 Flentrop organ -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and the Harvard Art Museums.

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Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University

The Thursday lunchtime series in historic Busch Hall continues weekly this term with Dr. James W. Kosnik, Professor of Music at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Join us for a thirty minute concert on the famous 1958 Flentrop organ -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and the Harvard Art Museums.

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Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University

Erik Eickhoff will perform solo works on organ and piano. Music of Reger, Dupre, Bach, Chopin, Ravel, Debussy and others.
Erik Eickhoff, organ and piano
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Westminster Presbyterian Church

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The Master Singers of Worcester invites singers to attend open rehearsals at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury in early September. Rehearsals will be in preparation for a fall concert featuring Vivaldi's Gloria and Telemann's Psalm 117 with the Arcadia Players period orchestra, on Saturday, October 12. Singers in all voice parts are welcome to attend open rehearsals and may audition at the end of the rehearsal on Tuesdays, 9/3 and 9/10, or schedule an audition by phoning 508-842-1349, or emailing info@mswma.org. The Master Singers of Worcester currently includes about 45 members drawn from Worcester and surrounding communities. The chorus is directed by Malcolm Halliday, Minister of Music at First Congregational Church, where rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings at 7:15 PM. Rehearsals begin after Labor Day on September 3. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.mswma.org" target="_blank">www.mswma.org</a>.

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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

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Boston University Marsh Chapel and the American Guild of Organists, Boston Chapter present a Service in Celebration and Remembrance of Max Burdorf Miller (1927-2013) Sunday, September 8, 2013 at 3pm--Marsh Chapel – 735 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 Light refreshments to follow in Barrister’s Hall (School of Law) Joel Shevelo, Professor Emeritus of the School of Music, will offer spoken remembrances, and organists from Max’s four decades at Marsh Chapel will present musical tributes. The Marsh Chapel Choir will perform several of Max’s compositions, and alumni are invited to join in the singing of Max’s setting of ‘Set me as a seal’. Details are listed below. The service is officiated by Rev. Dr. Robert Allan Hill, Dean of Marsh Chapel, and directed by Dr. Scott Allen Jarrett, Director of Music at Marsh Chapel. Organists Mary Kay Burton, Michelle Graveline, Glenn Goda, Marian Ruhl Metson, Nancy Granert, Raymond Nagem, Peter Sykes, Associate Professor, BU

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Marsh Chapel, Boston University

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Boston University Marsh Chapel and the American Guild of Organists, Boston Chapter present a Service in Celebration and Remembrance of Max Burdorf Miller (1927-2013) Sunday, September 8, 2013 at 3pm--Marsh Chapel – 735 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 Light refreshments to follow in Barrister’s Hall (School of Law) Joel Shevelo, Professor Emeritus of the School of Music, will offer spoken remembrances, and organists from Max’s four decades at Marsh Chapel will present musical tributes. The Marsh Chapel Choir will perform several of Max’s compositions, and alumni are invited to join in the singing of Max’s setting of ‘Set me as a seal’. Details are listed below. The service is officiated by Rev. Dr. Robert Allan Hill, Dean of Marsh Chapel, and directed by Dr. Scott Allen Jarrett, Director of Music at Marsh Chapel. Organists Mary Kay Burton, Michelle Graveline, Glenn Goda, Marian Ruhl Metson, Nancy Granert, Raymond Nagem, Peter Sykes, Associate Professor, BU

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Marsh Chapel, Boston University

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<a href="http://trinityworc.org/music/music-at-trinity-series/1491-2/" target="_blank">http://trinityworc.org/music/music-at-trinity-series/1491-2/</a> Chants of Russian Orthodox Church and folk songs from Russia Saturday, September 14, 2013, 1 p.m. A special exhibit from the Museum of Russian Icons on display before and after the concert from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Making a stop in Worcester on their United States tour, LYRA, an a cappella group of four professional vocalists from St. Petersburg, Russia, will present a concert of Russian choral music. Part one of the concert features sacred music of Russian Orthodox church, including works of famous masters and little-known but remarkable Russian composers of the last three centuries. The second part of their program is made up of Russian folk songs: comic, lyric, dancing, love songs. The members of LYRA are from various professional choirs and opera houses of St. Petersburg. LYRA will have CDs for sale following the concert

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Trinity Lutheran Church

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University Organist Mark Steinbach performs Bach, Pärt, Franck, Grieg, Gounod, and others on 1903 Hutchings-Votey pipe organ. In lieu of traditional seating, please bring a pillow or blanket. http://events.brown.edu/cal/main/showMainEnd.rdo</a>
Mark Steinbach, Brown University Organist
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Sayles Hall

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The 1874 George Stevens Pipe Organ installed in the Northborough Historical Society building has been recently restored by the Andover Organ Company of Waltham. Funding has been provided by the Community Preservation Act. Please celebrate with us by attending our concert series in memory of Robert Kennerly.
Permelia Singer Sears
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Northborough Historical Sociecty

The 1874 George Stevens Pipe Organ installed in the Northborough Historical Society building has been recently restored by the Andover Organ Company of Waltham. Funding has been provided by the Community Preservation Act. Please celebrate with us by attending our concert series in memory of Robert Kennerly.
Mike Westberry
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Northborough Historical Sociecty

The 1874 George Stevens Pipe Organ installed in the Northborough Historical Society building has been recently restored by the Andover Organ Company of Waltham. Funding has been provided by the Community Preservation Act. Please celebrate with us by attending our concert series in memory of Robert Kennerly. Allyn Phelps will perform some old-time hymns and a few modern pieces.
Allyn Phelps III
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Northborough Historical Sociecty

The 1874 George Stevens Pipe Organ installed in the Northborough Historical Society building has been recently restored by the Andover Organ Company of Waltham. Funding has been provided by the Community Preservation Act. Please celebrate with us by attending our concert series in memory of Robert Kennerly. Glen Campbell will play literature of the 17th, 18th and 19th century, plus some arrangements of familiar hymns.
Glen Campbell
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Northborough Historical Sociecty

James David Christie, organist; Professor of Organ, Oberlin Conservatory of Music; College Organist, Wellesley College; Distinguished Artist in Residence, College of the Holy Cross; Organist, Boston Symphony Orchestra
James David Christie
Works by Piroye, Storace, Pachelbel, Buxtehude, Bach, Buttsett, Barié
The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Edward Elwyn Jones, Christian Lane, and Carson Cooman; The Memorial Church at Harvard University
Edward Elwyn Jones; Christian Lane; Carson Cooman
Works by Buxthude, Couperin, Wagner, Diemer (premiere), Ashdown (premiere), Sawa
The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Colin Daniel Lynch, organist; Associate Director of Music and Organist, Trinity Church, Boston, Massachusetts
Colin Lynch
Works by Widor, Wright, Whitlock, Thalben-Ball, Bach, Alain, Dupré
The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Heinrich Christensen, organist; Director of Music, King’s Chapel, Boston, Massachusetts
Heinrich Christensen
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Barbara Bruns, organist; Minister of Music, The Parish of Christ Church, Andover, Massachusetts
Barbara Bruns
Works by Buxtehude, Bach, Cooman, Marchand, Messiaen
The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Open rehearsal followed by auditions for Tenor 1 and Bass 2 in The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, dir.). Many Chapter members sing in Seraphim! Rehearsals Monday nights; nothing in December or near Easter. See <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a> for complete season information.
The Seraphim Singers, Jennifer Lester, director
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Taylor House B&B

Sacred Sounds, the Concert Series of the Archdiocese of Hartford, is proud to present a performance by the Brazilian Orquestra Jovem das Gerais (Youth Orchestra of Gerais) at the Cathedral of Saint Joseph on Sunday, September 15 at 3:00 pm. Founded in 1997 by musicians and miners Renato Almeida and Rosiane Souza Reis, the Orchestra is a private organization designed to promote human development through access to art, culture, and education. Located in the metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, the project offers workshops on stringed instruments and woodwinds to children and youth who might not otherwise have the opportunity to study due to economic disadvantage. The ensemble’s appearance at the Cathedral is part of their debut North American concert tour. Since its founding, 1,400 students have participated in the program, giving over 200 concerts in their native Brazil and 70 international performances. There is no admission charge for concerts at the Cathedral. A

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The Cathedral of Saint Joseph

Contact: www.cathedralofsaintjosph.com/music-sacredsounds
Vespers for the Week of Christian Unity with the Choirs of All Saints’ | Ashmont, All Saints’ | Worcester, and St. Paul’s | Harvard Square

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

Duruflé’s Requiem Mass for deceased choristers, Choir School family, and staff The Choir of St. Paul’s | Harvard Square

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

French Organ music by Franck, Durufle and Messiaen

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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Ensemble Plus Ultra <a href="http://www.ensembleplusultra.com" target="_blank">www.ensembleplusultra.com</a>

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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Choral Concert with Sequentia <a href="http://www.bemf.org" target="_blank">www.bemf.org</a>

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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Choral Concert with Stile Antico <a href="http://www.bemf.org" target="_blank">www.bemf.org</a>

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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Supported by one of only 2 Ecclesiastical Boys' Choir Schools in the USA, St. Paul's Choir is becoming known as the finest Roman Catholic choir of men and boys in the country. Concert to include works by Bruckner, Byrd, Tallis and Elgar.

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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Following his ground-breaking performance of Messiaen's Livre du Saint Sacrement, Forrest returns with a program of works by composers including Mawell Davies, Messiaen and Ligetti.
Forrest Eimold
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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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St. Paul's Choir School celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, and a number of organists connected with the Choir School will return to help the celebrations.
St. Paul's Choir School Alumni, Staff and Pupils
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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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Classic Christmas music sung by the choir of boys and men, with Organ and Brass. Congregational Carols, intimate motets, familiar Christmas music.

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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Classic Christmas music sung by the choir of boys and men, with Organ and Brass. Congregational Carols, intimate motets, familiar Christmas music.

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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St. Paul's acoustics are probably the closest in Cambridge MA to those of Kings College, in the other Cambridge. Come hear a traditional service of Lessons from the King James Bible with Carols sung by the Choir of boys and men. No entrance charge.

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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The world-famous choir sing at St. Paul's | Harvard Square, home to the only Catholic Boys' Choir School in America. Book your tickets fast! <a href="http://www.viennaboyschoir.net" target="_blank">www.viennaboyschoir.net</a>

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St. Paul's | Harvard Square

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Organ music almost exclusively from 1930s France: Langlais, Alain (Intermezzo, Fantaisies), and the Duruflé Prelude, Adagio, et Choral Varié sur le Veni Creator.

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St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

Works of the Twentieth century
Alexander Pattavina, CAGO
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Saint Paul's Church

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Cantata #79, "God is My Sun and Shield" (written for Reformation Sunday in 1725), is the centerpiece of the concert. Included are piano works from Well-Tempered Clavier, a string trio, and several organ works. Extra singers from area choirs are joining the Chancel Choir of UMCH and the cantata will be accompanied by a small orchestra. Offering taken for Music Scholarship for a Hartford student to take private music lessons in voice or instrument. Reception follows. Elevator access from lower level off parking lot.
Cheryl R Wadsworth, Dr Benjamin Wadsworth
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United Methodist Church of Hartford

Contact: 860-523-5132
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Edward Clark will present a solo organ recital of music by J.S. Bach on the 1969 Holtkamp organ in the historic meetinghouse of the First Church of Christ, Farmington, CT. This program is part of the Richard P. Garmany Music Series sponsored by the Farmington Public Library. Go to <a href="http://www.firstchurch1652.org" target="_blank">http://www.firstchurch1652.org</a> for info about the organ, organist and building.

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First Church of Christ

Contact: http://www.farmingtonlibraries.org
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Raymond Nagum, Associate organist at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City will perform this year’s concert on the historic tracker pipe organ at Hampton Congregational Church. Ray is a C.V. Starr Doctoral Fellow at The Julliard School where he teaches the survey course in organ literature and continues his studies there with world renowned organist, Paul Jacobs.
Raymond Nagum
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Hampton Congregational Church

Contact: For more information please call the Church office at 860-455-9677
Acclaimed young Russian organist Daria Burlak comes to the Cathedral to perform a recital as part of her 2013 North American tour and the Mighty Austin Organ Series. Ms. Burlak will play a French program that will include Tournemire’s Symphonie-Choral op. 69, Alain’s Deuxième Fantaisie, and Messiaen’s Joie et clarté des Corps. She is the winner of the 6th International Mikael Tariverdiev Organ Competition (Hamburg, Germany - Worcester, MA - Moscow - Kaliningrad) as well as the winner of the second Grand Prix and the prize of the youngest soloist at the International Organ Competition Ville de Paris in 2007. She has performed several times in Cologne’s (Germany) Philharmonic Hall and appeared on many international festivals such as Internationale Orgelwoche Nürnberg - Musica Sacra, Orgelfestival Limburg and played piano and organ recitals throughout Germany, France, Holland, Sweden, Lithuania and Russia. There is no admission charge for concerts at the Cathedral. A free-wi
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The Cathedral of Saint Joseph

Benefit concert for 1854 Hook organ by Nancy Granert, Natsumi Malloy, Robert Barney, Robert Byrd and Carson Cooman
Granert, Malloy, Barney, Byrd, Cooman
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St Thomas Aquinas Church

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The Boston Clavichord Society presents Alissa Duryee in a recital of music from Iberia and Gemany entitled "From Intimacy to Brilliance" - works of Cabezon, Seixas, Soler, Kerll, Kuhnau, Fux, and Handel. Reception to follow. Seating is limited, and reservations are recommended; call (781) 891-0814 to reserve a seat.

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Gore Place
$15: $10 for Friends of the BCS: Student
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The Boston Clavichord Society presents Alissa Duryee in a recital of music from Iberia and Gemany entitled \"From Intimacy to Brilliance\" - works of Cabezon, Seixas, Soler, Kerll, Kuhnau, Fux, and Handel. Reception to follow. Seating is limited, and reservations are recommended; call (781) 891-0814 to reserve a seat.

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Gore Place
$15: $10 for Friends of the BCS: Student
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Brink Bush performing organ works of J. S. Bach, Jean Francaix, Jose Lidon & Domenico Scarlatti. Featuring Wilhelm Middelschulte\'s monumental Passacaglia of 1897, combining the themes, the Coda of Beethoven\'s 9th\'s Symphony, B A C H and Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott.
Brink Bush
Works by J. S. Bach, Francaix, Lidon, Middelschulte, Scarlatti
St. John's Episcopal Church

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Brink Bush performing organ works of J. S. Bach, Jean Francaix, Jose Lidon & Domenico Scarlatti. Featuring Wilhelm Middelschulte's monumental Passacaglia of 1897, combining the themes, Coda of Beethoven's 9th Symphony, B A C H and Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott.
Brink Bush
Works by J. S. Bach, Francaix, Lidon, Middelschulte, Scarlatti
St. John's Episcopal Church

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Brink Bush performing organ works of J. S. Bach, Jean Francaix, Jose Lidon & Domenico Scarlatti. Featuring Wilhelm Middelschulte\'s monumental Passacaglia of 1897, combining the themes, Coda of Beethoven\'s 9th Symphony, B A C H and Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott.
Brink Bush
Works by J. S. Bach, Francaix, Lidon, Middelschulte, Scarlatti
St. John's Episcopal Church

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Brink Bush performing organ works of J. S. Bach, Jean Francaix, Jose Lidon & Domenico Scarlatti. Featuring Wilhelm Middelschulte\\\'s monumental Passacaglia of 1897, combining the themes, Coda of Beethoven\\\'s 9th Symphony, B A C H and Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott.
Brink Bush
Works by J. S. Bach, Francaix, Lidon, Middelschulte, Scarlatti
St. John's Episcopal Church

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Brink Bush performing organ works of J. S. Bach, Jean Francaix, Jose Lidon & Domenico Scarlatti. Featuring Wilhelm Middelschulte's monumental Passacaglia of 1897, combining the themes, Coda of Beethoven's 9th Symphony, B A C H and Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott.
Brink Bush
Works by J. S. Bach, Francaix, Lidon, Middelschulte, Scarlatti
St. John's Episcopal Church

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Joel Bacon, chair of the Organ and Liturgical Studies Department at the University of Colorado, Fort Collins, will present a concert featuring works of Buxtehude, J. S. Bach, Vivaldi, Anton Heiller and Franz Schmidt.

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St. Josph Memorial Chapel, College of the Holy Cross

Contact: for additional information, please call the Holy Cross Music Dept. at (508) 793-2296
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Marcin Szelest, Organist of the Church of the Holy Cross in Krakow, Poland, will be featured in concert at the College of the Holy Cross. Prof. Szelest is also the chair of the early music department at the Academy of Music in Krakow. He will perform work by early Polish composers as well as Praetorius, Scheidemann, Böhm, Reincken, Pachelbel and Buxtehude.

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College of the Holy Cross, St. joseph Memorial Chapel

Contact: please contact the Holy Cross Muic Department: (508) 793-2296
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ABE ROSS WILL SUBSTITUTE FOR Christian Schmitt,who had to cancel his north American tour due to family illness.<br><br> Abraham Ross, Organ Scholar at College of the Holy Cross, will play a solo recital in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel <br> The diverse program will include works of Buxtehude, Sweelinck, Grigny, Frescobaldi, and Bach. All are cordially invited to attend.

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College of the Holy Cross, St. joseph Memorial Chapel

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Philipp Christ, Kantor and Organist of both the Church of the Holy Cross and the Church of St. Mary in Suhl, Germany, will be performing an organ recital at College of the Holy Cross. Kantor Christ presides over the historic organ built by Eilert-Köhler in 1740 at the Church of the Holy Cross. He was the 2006 first prize winner in the Leiden International Organ Competition in the Netherlands. His program will be announced in February 2014.
Philipp Christ
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College of the Holy Cross, St. joseph Memorial Chapel

Contact: for additional information, please call the Holy Cross Music Dept. at (508) 793-2296
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Come join us in singing our favorite hymns! If you've always wanted to be part of the performing ensemble, but never had the opportunity, here is a your chance! Whether an amateur or professional singer, this should be an enjoyable and educational event for you. From 4:00-5:00pm, come sing with us in the sanctuary. After a joyful experience of music making, join us for pie downstairs in the parish hall. You are encouraged to bring a pie, but it is not a requirement. We will have meat pies, fruit pies, and chocolate pies. If you'd like to submit a hymn, please submit them to Kyle Bertulli through either email (kyle.bertulli@gmail.com) or by leaving a voice message at (978) 486-3245, ext. 33. Admission is free but donations are encouraged to benefit the church's music program.

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Congregational Church of Littleton

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Kyle Bertulli, Organist and Music Director at Congregational Church of Littleton will present an organ recital on the 1900 Hook and Hastings organ, featuring music by composers J. S. Bach, Mendelssohn, Langlais, Pierne, Guilmant, and others. Admission is free, but donations are encouraged to benefit the church's music program.

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Congregational Church of Littleton

Contact: Kyle Bertulli--kyle.bertulli@gmail.com
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Join us in the spirit of Christmas in attending the 2013 Christmas Concert at the Congregational Church of Littleton. The concert will feature all of the church's singing and bell choirs. The audience will also be invited to join in the singing of some of our most beloved sacred carols. TO close the concert, the Senior Choir will present Vivaldi's Gloria, accompanied by strings, oboe, trumpet, and organ. Admission is free, however, donations are encouraged to benefit the church's music program.

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Congregational Church of Littleton

Contact: Kyle Bertulli--kyle.bertulli@gmail.com
On Sunday, October 6 at 10:00 am Archdiocesan Music Director Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez will perform Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in d minor, BWV 565 as part of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra’s “Bachtoberfest” – a month-long celebration of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach in October. Dr. Menéndez will also be playing Vivaldi’s Concerto in a minor as arranged by Bach, Mendelssohn’s Sonata No. 6, Op. 65, and Organ Sonata No. 1, Op. 42 by Alexandre Guilmant.
Dr. Ezequiel Menendez
Works by Bach, Guilmant, Mendelssohn
Cathedral of Saint Joseph

Contact: http://cathedralofsaintjoseph.com/music-sacredsounds.html, musicoffice@cathedralofsaintjoseph.com
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A 60-minute film about Charles Brenton Fisk, his storied organ company, and the construction of the firm's most recent notable construction, Op. 139 at Harvard University. Attend this screening in the Harvard Science Center (Lecture Hall C, on the main level). Afterwards, attend the fall term Sunday recital, performed by James David Christie in Memorial Church at 4pm.

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Harvard University Science Center, Lecture Hall C

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Friday, October 25 at 8 p.m. The Channing School from North London, England will perform a concert of Britten at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 79 Denton Road, Wellesley. Handicapped accessible and free. <a href="http://www.standrewswellesley.org/" target="_blank">http://www.standrewswellesley.org/</a>

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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

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World renowned organist David Briggs will present a recital of improvisation accompanying the classic 1929 silent film "The Phantom of the Opera" starring Lon Chaney. The instrument is Opus 2233 of the Schantz Organ Company, installed in 2004. Costumes are encouraged.

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The First Church in Wenham

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A collaboration with New York’s most daring contemporary music band: the FIREWORKS ensemble! Looking for a meaningful and different way to experience a REQUIEM concert on All Souls day? Fireworks is an amplified chamber band with a repertoire that encompasses an extraordinary range of styles, including Frank Zappa’s instrumental rock, traditional Americana, ambient techno, and 20th century orchestral scores, just to name a few. Now the vocal ensembles of Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus, conducted by artistic director Gabriel Löfvall, join forces with this unique band to offer their latest creation: Connecticut native composer Brian Coughlin’s REQUIEM, a new vision of the timeless mass for the dead, revisited in Coughlin’s eclectic style. Think Gregorian chant meets Stravinsky and then add the grandiose choral sounds of Arvo Part and Carl Orff. Come find out for yourself! Tickets: $40 (preferred), $20 (regular), $10 (student)
Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus, Fireworks Ensemble, Gabriel Lofvall, Brian Coughlin
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St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church
Priority $40, General $20, Student $10
Contact: 860-496-8841
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St. Anne's Adult Choir sings music of Radcliffe, Sumsion, and Brahms. Organ music by Brahms and Karg-Elert.
Buffy Gray, Director of Music
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St. Anne's in-the-Fields

Contact: buffy@stanneslincoln.org
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St. Mary’s Music Ministry is excited to present a free organ concert in thanksgiving for the recent repairs and restoration of its 1905 Hutchings-Votey pipe organ on Friday, Oct. 25 at 7pm. The recital will present organists Leo Abbott (Director of Music, Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston) Margaret Angelini (St. John's Episcopal Church in Sharon) and Juan A. Mesa (current Director of Music, St. Mary's Church). Together they will present a program with music by Buxhtehude, Bach and Mendelssohn, among others. Don't miss this opportunity to hear this newly restored, world-class instrument as it is played by outstanding performers! This event is free and open to all public (a free-will basket will be available for donations.) There will be a light reception after the recital. All are welcome.
Leo Abbott, Margaret Angelini, Juan A. Mesa
Works by Bach, Buxtehude, Mendelssohn
St. Mary's Church

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An all-Bach recital by organists Kari Miller and Jason Roberts. Toccata and Fugue in F, Vivaldi Concerto in A Minor and more. A "Bachtoberfest" event, in partnership with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.

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Central Baptist Church

Contact: Cantral Baptist Church, 860-522-9285
David Spicer will present a concert, "A London Hymn-phony". The concert will consist of arrangements of hymns played last summer, while on an organ tour in London, on many wonderful organs. A presentation of photos showcasing the organs will be shown. It should be a very notable event!
David Spicer
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First Church of Christ

Contact: 860-529-1575, ext. 209 or music@firstchurch.org
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Baroque Masters Vivaldi & Telemann 7:00 pm Saturday, October 12th First Congregational Church 19 Church Road, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 The Master Singers of Worcester will perform Vivaldi’s “Gloria” and Telemann’s setting of Psalm 117, “Laudate Jehovam, Omnes Gentes.” under direction of Malcolm Halliday. Accompanying the chorus will be a period instrumental ensemble, the Arcadia Players, with conductor Ian Watson. The Arcadia Players will also present Telemann’s “Don Quixote Suite”. This is presented in partnership with Shrewsbury's Arts on the Green concert series. Admission: $25 Adult; $20 Senior/Student Tickets available at <a href="http://www.mswma.org" target="_blank">www.mswma.org</a> and at the door. This organization is funded in part by the Greater Worcester Community Organization, by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by an Alfred Nash Patterson grant from Choral Arts New England.
Malcolm Halliday
Works by Antonio Vivaldi, Georg Philipp Telemann
First Congregational Church

Contact: info@mswma.org 508-842-1349 www/mswma.org
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Chorus pro Musica and Jamie Kirsch, music director, begin the season with brilliant choral works aspiring to the heavens, perfectly suited to the resonant space of Old South Church and its magnificent Skinner organ. The chorus reaches for transcendence with anthems, hymns, and prayers, evokes earthly beauty with Estonia’s Veljo Tormis—considered one of the greatest living choral composers—and, with Eric Whitacre, imagines Leonardo da Vinci’s quest to soar into the skies. With Joseph Turbessi, organist. Visit <a href="http://www.choruspromusica.org" target="_blank">www.choruspromusica.org</a> for more information.
Chorus pro Musica; Jamie Kirsch, music director
Works by Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Whitacre, Rautavaara, Tormis, Finli, Vaughan Williams
Old South Church

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24th Annual Organ Benefit for the 1875 E.&G.G.Hook & Hastings, op 801. Mark Dwyer, organist. Music of Cocker, Vierne, Franck, and Widor,"Symphonie VI"
Mark Dwyer
Works by Cocker, Vierne, Franck, Widor, "Symphonie VI" (complete)
Cathedral of the Holy Cross

Contact: Leo Abbott
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Up-and-coming organist Jillian Gardner brings her unique talent to the Cathedral of Saint Joseph, performing a short program between the regularly scheduled Sunday masses. Her recital will include Guilmant’s Introduction et Allegro from the First Sonata, Vierne’s Cathédrales, and Barber’s Adagio for Strings transcribed for organ. Ms. Gardner recently won the first place award in Buffalo, New York’s AGO chapter competition. She is in her junior year at Oberlin College and Conservatory, pursuing a degree in organ performance under the tutelage of noted recitalist and organ professor James David Christie.

Works by Guilmant, Vierne, Barber
The Cathedral of Saint Joseph

Contact: (860) 578-1433
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Simon Thomas Jacobs, winner of the St. Albans International Organ Competition
Simon Thomas Jacobs
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Trinity College Chapel

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Christopher Houlihan, organ
Christopher Houlihan
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Trinity College Chapel

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Benjamin Sheen, winner of the Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition
Benjamin Sheen, organ
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Trinity College Chapel

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Music of de Grigny, Gabrieli, Muffat and Buxtehude and featuring Cambridge composers: Daniel Pinkham, James Woodman & Carson Cooman Validated parking at the Charles River Parking Garage at 175 Cambridge St. is available <a href="http://oldwestorgansociety.org/" target="_blank">http://oldwestorgansociety.org/</a>

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Old West Church
OWOS Members $15
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Music of de Grigny, Gabrieli, Muffat and Buxtehude and featuring Cambridge composers: Daniel Pinkham, James Woodman & Carson Cooman Validated parking at the Charles River Parking Garage at 175 Cambridge St. is available <a href="http://oldwestorgansociety.org/" target="_blank">http://oldwestorgansociety.org/</a>

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Old West Church
OWOS Members $15
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Music of de Grigny, Gabrieli, Muffat and Buxtehude and featuring Cambridge composers: Daniel Pinkham, James Woodman & Carson Cooman Validated parking at the Charles River Parking Garage at 175 Cambridge St. is available <a href=\"http://oldwestorgansociety.org/\" target=\"_blank\">http://oldwestorgansociety.org/</a>

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Old West Church
OWOS Members $15
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Players will include Elaine Allen, flute; Ann Carr, flute; Mike Cooper, guitar; Russ Doughty, guitar; Diane Hammond, soprano; Nancy Leinonen, piano; Ciaran Murphy, drums; Kevin Murphy, organ and piano; Judith Pinsker, flute; the Wesley Winds; Austin Whelan, baritone; and New Horizons quintet, flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, & bassoon.
Kevin Murphy, AAGO
Works by Stephen Schwartz, Potstock, Harburg/Arlen, Kuhlau, J. S. Bach, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Kevin Francis Murphy, Sebastian Yradier and others
Sudbury United Methodist Church

Contact: Kevin Murphy
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The Spectrum Singers and Music Director John W. Ehrlich invite you to take a musical journey down a road less traveled and discover the extraordinary choral music of Latvia, the Czech Republic and Hungary. This rich and piquant repertoire offers many happy surprises of discovery. Come hear remarkably evocative music by Latvia's Ēriks Ešenvalds, whose "The Brilliance of Eternity" and "Evening" will take you to a wonderful place of serenity and contemplation. His countryman Pēteris Vasks speaks in an equally engaging fashion and brings a deeply reverent vocabulary to his "Cross of Calvary." Moving to the Czech Republic, hear Leoš Janáček's musical evocation of the folk tale "The Wild Duck" and also the composer's poetic and heartfelt "Elegie on the Death of my Daughter, Olga." In a lighter vein, enjoy Janáček's delightful transformation of Antonín Dvořák's "Six Moravian Duets" into an enriched and colorful version set for chorus and piano. Janáček's powerf
The Spectrum Singers, John W. Ehrlich, Music Director, Heinrich Christensen, organ, James Barkovic, piano
Works by Kodaly, Janacek, Dvorak, Esenvalds, Vasks
First Church in Cambridge, Congregational
Visit spectrumsingers.org for more infor
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EVENT WINGS, 1927 The First “Best Picture” Academy Award Winner A Remembrance and Veterans Day Fund Raiser Accompanied by Peter Krasinski, Organist FUND RAISING EVENT PRESENTED BY The British Soldiers Fund Contact: Alexandra Williams, Executive Assistant Alex@britishsoldiersfund.org 401-623-7326 LOCATION Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street, Boston, MA, USA DATE AND TIME Tuesday, November 5, 2013 6 PM, COCKTAIL RECEPTION; 7:15 PM, Film ADMISSION $15, $10 and $5 admission contributions levels. $75, COCKTAIL RECEPTION Tickets at <a href="http://www.wings.brownpapertickets.com" target="_blank">www.wings.brownpapertickets.com</a> WEBSITES British Soldiers Fund <a href="http://www.britishsoldiersfund.org" target="_blank">www.britishsoldiersfund.org</a> Krasinski website <a href="http://www.krasinski.org" target="_blank">www.krasinski.org</a> Old South Church <a href="http://www.oldsouth.org" target="_blank">www.oldsouth.org</a>
The British Soldiers Fund, Presenter
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Old South Church
wings.brownpapertickets.com
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Christmas by Candlelight-- The church's choirs and a professional chamber orchestra, directed by Peter Niedmann will sing and ring a delightful assortment of carols in the candlelit sanctuary. Music of Britten, Beethoven, Rutter, Niedmann, Wilberg, Willcocks, and more. This annual town concert is free and open to all. It runs about one hour, making it perfect for families with young children to enjoy. Free-will offering and reception.

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Church of Christ, Congregational

Contact: 860-666-4689
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The Zamir Chorale, Joshua Jacobson, Director, presents a concert of sacred Jewish choral music.
Zamir Chorale/Joshua Jacobson, director
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St John's Seminary

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You are invited to be part of the singing congregation for the final round of the 2014 Schoenstein Competition in Hymn Playing. Support the young organists who are competing. Prizes of $3000 and $1000 will be awarded. For more details, please visit **<a href="http://www.hymnplayingcompetition.org/" target="_blank">http://www.hymnplayingcompetition.org/</a>
Stuart Forster
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Christ Church Cambridge - the Episcopal Church in Harvard Square

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One of the biggest, most beloved compositions in all of classical music, Mozart's Requiem, will be performed at the All Souls Celebration on Sunday morning, Nov 3, 2013, with the prelude beginning at 10:25am. <br><br> The Festival Choir and orchestra will be joined by an ensemble of celebrated vocal soloists, Alesia Tringale, Jean Gough, Carrie Reid-Knox, Ray Bauwens, and Scott Taylor.<br><br> Perhaps as famous for the mysterious circumstances surrounding its composition as for the striking music itself, Mozart’s Requiem Mass in D minor was his final composition and the consuming passion of his last months. The piece was written for an unknown patron, and Mozart reportedly came to believe in the end that he was writing the funereal work for himself. At only 35 years old, he passed away, leaving the Requiem unfinished but with significant compositional ideas in place and detailed instructions on how to complete the work. <br><br> The result was and is an otherworldly compositio
Will Sherwood, Orchestra, Soloists, Jon Clark (tpt), Cindy Cummings(violin)
Works by Mozart, Bach, Torelli
First Unitarian Church

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Program includes works of Bach, Schumann, Saint-Saens, Pierne and Ellington on the Casavant Organ op.1110 (1925)
Frederick MacArthur
Works by Bach, Schumann, Saint-Saens, Pierne, Ellington
All Saints Parish Church

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Choir of Christ the Redeemer sings the Requiem a 5 by Cristobal de Morales as service music for the annual All Souls Eucharist. Daniel McKinley, organist & choirmaster.
Choir of Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church; Daniel McKinley, organist & choirmaster
Works by Cristobal de Morales
Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church

Contact: Dan McKinley
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The opening concerts of BCE’s 2013-14 season celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Britten with his famous Hymn to St. Cecilia, one of the greatest choral works of the twentieth century. We celebrate the extraordinary choral music of Arvo Pärt with a number of works, including his popular Magnificat and we are honored to be giving the US premieres of two works he composed in 2012. We include in our program another movement from Joby Talbot’s magnificent Path of Miracles which we will be giving the area premiere of, in its entirety, in our March concerts; and we include the world premiere of raindrops footsteps by Rita Ueda, winner of our 2013 competition for a new work.
Boston Choral Ensemble/Andrew Shenton, Artistic Driector
Works by Britten, Part, Talbot, Ueda
St. Paul Parish
$18/$9 advanced sales at bostonchoral.or
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The opening concerts of BCE’s 2013-14 season celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Britten with his famous Hymn to St. Cecilia, one of the greatest choral works of the twentieth century. We celebrate the extraordinary choral music of Arvo Pärt with a number of works, including his popular Magnificat and we are honored to be giving the US premieres of two works he composed in 2012. We include in our program another movement from Joby Talbot’s magnificent Path of Miracles which we will be giving the area premiere of, in its entirety, in our March concerts; and we include the world premiere of raindrops footsteps by Rita Ueda, winner of our 2013 competition for a new work.
Boston Choral Ensemble/Andrew Shenton, Artistic Director
Works by Britten, Part, Talbot, Ueda
Old South Church
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Stuart Forster, world renowned organist, will give a concert at the Thompson Congregational Church, UCC in Thompson, CT on Sunday afternoon, November 10, 2013 at 3:00 pm. Admission to the concert is free. A free will offering will be received. There will be a reception following the concert. The organ at Thompson is a fully restored Wm. A. Johnson Tracker organ, Op. 409 built in 1873.
Dr. Stuart Forster
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Thompson Congregational Church, UCC.

Contact: (860) 923-2431 thompsonchurch@sbcglobal.net
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Organ Gala! Internationally acclaimed James David Christie, BSO organist, in concert with BSO friends Robert Sheena, oboe/English horn & Elizabeth Ostling, flute, celebrate St Cecilia's 1999 Smith & Gilbert Organ. The program centers on leading French composers of the past century: works by Ropartz & Alain played by Christie; by Berthier, Roesgen-Champion, Callahan & Peeters featuring Sheena & Ostling. Tenor soloist Michael Calmès sings arias & motets by Tournemire, Martin, Alain & Poulenc.
James David Christie
Works by Alain & Poulenc, Ropartz, Berthier, Roesgen-Champion, Callahan, Peeters, Tournemire, Martin
St. Cecilia Church

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Organ Gala! Internationally acclaimed James David Christie, BSO organist, in concert with BSO friends Robert Sheena, oboe/English horn & Elizabeth Ostling, flute, celebrate St Cecilia\'s 1999 Smith & Gilbert Organ. The program centers on leading French composers of the past century: works by Ropartz & Alain played by Christie; by Berthier, Roesgen-Champion, Callahan & Peeters featuring Sheena & Ostling. Tenor soloist Michael Calmès sings arias & motets by Tournemire, Martin, Alain & Poulenc.
James David Christie
Works by Alain & Poulenc, Ropartz, Berthier, Roesgen-Champion, Callahan, Peeters, Tournemire, Martin
St. Cecilia Church

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We mark the beginning of a new church year and the season of Advent with evening worship full of music. Through readings and music we not only prepare for the season of Christmas, we also continue the church’s prayer that God comes to us in past, present and future. As the world enters a season of busyness, come sing and pray through music. A light supper follows Lessons & Carols at 5:30 p.m.
Trinity Choir and Trinity Choristers; John Weit, Cantor
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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Harmonie Transverse was formed in 2002 by flutists who performed with the New England Conservatory’s Metropolitan Flute Orchestra. These musicians, who are performers, teachers, parents, and artists, play a wide range of flutes. These include the piccolo, C Flute, G Alto Flute, Bass Flute and Contra Bass Flute, which provide a six octave range nearly covering the full range of a piano and an orchestra. Harmonie Transverse is part of the Artist in Residence program (AIR) at Wachusett Regional High School and is supported by TEMPO (To Encourage Musical Performance Opportunities) the music booster’s group at the High School. The group takes its name from the word Harmonie for wind band and Transverse for side blown flute. Members of Harmonie Transverse have performed with the New England Conservatory in recent concert tours in France, Ireland, Germany, Austria, and Slovakia, as well as performing at several recent National Flute Conventions. Over the past decade, Harmonie Tran
Jay V. Kast-Tuttle
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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A native of Milford, Massachusetts, Kyle Bertulli holds degrees in Music Education and Organ Performance from University of Massachusetts, Lowell. Kyle developed an interest in the organ at a young age and begin piano study at age eight and organ study three years later. Kyle has studied with notable organists Timothy Smith, Patricia Snyder, Debra LeBrun, and Brett Maguire. Having previously served churches in Ayer, Northbridge, and Milford, Kyle is currently Organist and Director of Music at The Congregational Church of Littleton, where he plays the organ, directs three choirs, and helps lead summer music programs. Kyle presents a recital for the Season of Lent including works by J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Josef Rheinberger and Alexandre Guilmant.
Kyle Bertulli
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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New England Ringers is a fifteen-member community handbell ensemble of highly energetic musicians playing the most advanced level of handbell literature. Offering exciting performances, New England Ringers amazes listeners and receives enthusiastic reviews from audience members of all ages. Their performances are a blend of lively and diverse musical moods and styles. Repertoire includes classical transcriptions, familiar favorites, and original compositions. The outstanding music is matched by touches of entertaining humor and the artful visual presentation of the ensemble playing this unique instrument.
Edward G. Henderson Jr., Director
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Trinity Lutheran Church

Complete details here <a href="http://tinyurl.com/mot8pxo" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/mot8pxo</a> Chesapeake Organ Company hosts Organ Gala! featuring BSO organist James David Christie with BSO colleagues Robert Sheena, oboe & English horn and Elizabeth Ostling, flute, with tenor Michael Calmès. James David Christie will showcase the four-manual, 3000-pipe 1999 Smith & Gilbert Organ, which will also be featured at the 2014 National Convention of the American Guild of Organists. The program features works by French, Belgian, and American masters of the 20th- and 21st-century, including solo organ works by Ropartz and Alain performed by Mr Christie, and instrumental works by Berthier, Roesgen-Champion, Callahan and Peeters featuring Mr Sheena and Ms Ostling. Tenor soloist Michael Calmès will sing arias and motets by Tournemire, Martin, Alain and Poulenc. This concert will be a stunning musical display in one of Boston’s most glorious sacred spaces — a rare and un

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St Cecilia Church

Contact: 617-536-4548 http://www.stceciliaboston.org
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‘Tis the time to make merry! Churches and chapels across Northwest Connecticut will once more ring with the music of the season, as this tradition continues to draw packed houses. Old and new arrangements of carols and seasonal songs will be craftily executed by the pure voices of Gaudeamus & Chorus Angelicus, along with traditional carols for the audience delight. Pick a location and hurry to get your ticket: sold-out concerts are part of the tradition! Tickets: $40 (preferred), $20 (regular), $10 (student)
GABRIEL LÖFVALL
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Simsbury United Methodist
$40 preferred admission/$10 Students
Contact: 860-496-8841
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‘Tis the time to make merry! Churches and chapels across Northwest Connecticut will once more ring with the music of the season, as this tradition continues to draw packed houses. Old and new arrangements of carols and seasonal songs will be craftily executed by the pure voices of Gaudeamus & Chorus Angelicus, along with traditional carols for the audience delight. Pick a location and hurry to get your ticket: sold-out concerts are part of the tradition! Tickets: $40 (preferred), $20 (regular), $10 (student)
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus
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Simsbury United Methodist
$40 preferred admission/$10 Students
Contact: 860-496-8841
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‘Tis the time to make merry! Churches and chapels across Northwest Connecticut will once more ring with the music of the season, as this tradition continues to draw packed houses. Old and new arrangements of carols and seasonal songs will be craftily executed by the pure voices of Gaudeamus & Chorus Angelicus, along with traditional carols for the audience delight. Pick a location and hurry to get your ticket: sold-out concerts are part of the tradition! Tickets: $40 (preferred), $20 (regular), $10 (student)
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudamus
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St. Michael's Episcopal
preferred seating $40/ Students $10
Contact: www.chorusangelicus.org, 860-496-8841
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‘Tis the time to make merry! Churches and chapels across Northwest Connecticut will once more ring with the music of the season, as this tradition continues to draw packed houses. Old and new arrangements of carols and seasonal songs will be craftily executed by the pure voices of Gaudeamus & Chorus Angelicus, along with traditional carols for the audience delight. Pick a location and hurry to get your ticket: sold-out concerts are part of the tradition! Tickets: $40 (preferred), $20 (regular), $10 (student)
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudamus
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Trinity Episcopal Church
preferred seating $40/ Students $10
Contact: http://chorusangelicus.us/event-tickets/ or 860-496-8841
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‘Tis the time to make merry! Churches and chapels across Northwest Connecticut will once more ring with the music of the season, as this tradition continues to draw packed houses. Old and new arrangements of carols and seasonal songs will be craftily executed by the pure voices of Gaudeamus & Chorus Angelicus, along with traditional carols for the audience delight. Pick a location and hurry to get your ticket: sold-out concerts are part of the tradition! Tickets: $40 (preferred), $20 (regular), $10 (student)
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudamus
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St. Patrick-St. Anthony's Church
$40 preferred seating/$10 students
Contact: http://chorusangelicus.us/event-tickets/ or 860-496-8841
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‘Tis the time to make merry! Churches and chapels across Northwest Connecticut will once more ring with the music of the season, as this tradition continues to draw packed houses. Old and new arrangements of carols and seasonal songs will be craftily executed by the pure voices of Gaudeamus & Chorus Angelicus, along with traditional carols for the audience delight. Pick a location and hurry to get your ticket: sold-out concerts are part of the tradition! Tickets: $40 (preferred), $20 (regular), $10 (student)
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudamus
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Salisbury Congregational
$40 preferred seating/$20 general/$10 st
Contact: http://chorusangelicus.us/event-tickets/ or 860-496-8841
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The Master Singers of Worcester and the American Guild of Organists Worcester Chapter are proud to present the New England premiere of this new work by the Welsh composer, Karl Jenkins. The Master Singers will be joined by the WPI Orchestra, the Worcester Children's Chorus, other area choruses, and the 1864 Hook Organ, celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2014. This work was first premiered at Carnegie Hall in March 2012.
Malcolm Halliday & Will Sherwood, directors
Works by Karl Jenkins
Mechanics Hall

Contact: www.mswma.org
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The Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra will open its 35th season with an exciting program of Russian choral and orchestral works: Rachmaninoff’s second piano concerto with pianist Wanda Paik; Gretchaninoff’s Hvalite Boga; and Borodin’s Polovtsian Dances. We will also celebrate the 100th birthday of our co-founder, Ernest Goldman. (Maybe it’s music that leads to a long life!) Concert goers will also have the opportunity to participate in a silent auction. <a href="http://soundsofstow.com" target="_blank">http://soundsofstow.com</a>
Barbara Jones
Works by Rachmaninoff, Gretchaninoff, Borodin
Hale School

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James Busby directs the Night Song men's schola Beneficia lucis in motets by Byrd & Gibbons, Gregorian chant and contemporary chant by Night Song founder/director Daryl Bichel. Contemplative jazz improvisations by Ben Schwendener, piano. Full details: <a href="http://www.nightsong.org" target="_blank">http://www.nightsong.org</a>

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First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

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Cristi Catt directs the Night Song women’s schola Viriditas in works by Hildegard von Bingen and settings of Psalms 27 and 107 (premiere) by First Church’s composer-in-residence Patricia Van Ness, plus contemporary chant by Night Song founder/director Daryl Bichel. Zoe Christiansen, clarinet and accordion, provides improvisations on chant melodies. Full details: <a href="http://www.nightsong.org" target="_blank">http://www.nightsong.org</a>

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First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

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This week's Night Song features the men's schola Beneficia lucis (James Busby, dir) singing motets by Guerrero & Victoria, Gregorian chant and contemporary chant by Night Song founder/director Daryl Bichel. Jazz pianist Ben Schwendener provides improvisation on chant melodies. Full details: <a href="http://www.nightsong.org" target="_blank">http://www.nightsong.org</a>

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First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

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At Hartford's Cathedral of Saint Joseph, Boston organ virtuoso Peter Krasinski will improvise an accompaniment to a screening of Cecil B. DeMille’s immortal silent film epic “King of Kings” on the Cathedral's Mighty Austin Organ. Return with us to the day when the only soundtrack a film had was the one provided by the theatre organist as the images flickered on the screen in front of him. “King of Kings” depicts the last few weeks of Jesus’ life leading up to the crucifixion. Directed by Hollywood legend Cecil B. DeMille and starring H.B. Warner as Jesus, the film was originally released in 1927. One of the many unique features of the film is that one of its last sequences (the Resurrection) is filmed in Technicolor. The rest of the film was shot in black and white.
Peter Krasinski
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The Cathedral of Saint Joseph

Contact: www.cathedralofsaintjosph.com/music-sacredsounds
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The Back Bay Ringers, one of New England's leading handbell ensembles, celebrate their tenth anniversary concert season with a holiday concert and release of our new CD. Repertoire includes beloved seasonal favorites such as “Sleigh Ride” and “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen." Immediately following the concert there will be a reception celebrating the release of our new CD, “Comfort and Joy.” For more information, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>. Tickets are $15 adults/$12 seniors and students. Tickets available for purchase online here: <a href="http://backbayringers.ticketleap.com/comfortandjoy-boston/" target="_blank">http://backbayringers.ticketleap.com/comfortandjoy-boston/</a>.
The Back Bay Ringers/Griff Gall
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First Church Boston

Contact: www.backbayringers.org
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The Back Bay Ringers, one of New England’s leading handbell ensembles, celebrate their tenth anniversary concert season with the holiday concert: Comfort and Joy. The repertoire includes selections from our new CD including “Sleigh Ride” and “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” as well as original compositions for handbells. For more information, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a> . Tickets are $15 adults/$14 seniors and students/$12 members/$8 children under 12. Tickets available for purchase online here: <a href="http://www.amazingthings.org" target="_blank">www.amazingthings.org</a>.
The Back Bay Ringers/Griff Gall
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Amazing Things Arts Center
$12 ATAC members; $8 children under 12
Contact: www.amazingthings.org
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The Back Bay Ringers, one of New England’s leading handbell ensembles, celebrate their tenth anniversary concert season with the holiday concert: Comfort and Joy. The repertoire includes selections from our new CD including “Sleigh Ride” and “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” as well as original compositions for handbells. For more information, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>. Tickets are $20 adults/$15 seniors and students and will be available at the door.
The Back Bay Ringers/Griff Gall
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First Parish in Bedford

Contact: www.backbayringers.org
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The Back Bay Ringers, one of New England’s leading handbell ensembles, celebrate their tenth anniversary concert season with the holiday concert: Comfort and Joy. The repertoire includes selections from our new CD including “Sleigh Ride” and “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” as well as original compositions for handbells. For more information, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>. Tickets are $15 adults/$10 seniors and students. Tickets available for purchase online here: <a href="http://backbayringers.ticketleap.com/comfortandjoy-danvers/" target="_blank">http://backbayringers.ticketleap.com/comfortandjoy-danvers/</a>.
The Back Bay Ringers/Griff Gall
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Maple St. Church

Contact: www.backbayringers.org
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Led by Music Director Scott Allen Jarrett, the Bach Experience at Marsh Chapel explores Bach's musical and theological connections. In a series of four talks, Dr. Jarrett and the Chapel Choir and Collegium present the B Minor Mass throughout the year in service and performance. Considered by many to be the pinnacle of Bach's compositional output, the B Minor Mass ranks as one of the greatest artistic achievements of all time. Music at Marsh Chapel presents the complete Mass on Saturday, April 26, 2014. 9:45 a.m. – Discussion of the excerpt of the day 11:00 a.m. – Performance of the excerpt in the 11:00 a.m. worship service
Scott Allen Jarrett; Marsh Chapel Choir; Marsh Chapel Collegium
Works by Bach, Johann Sebastian
Marsh Chapel at Boston University

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Led by Music Director Scott Allen Jarrett, the Bach Experience at Marsh Chapel explores Bach's musical and theological connections. In a series of four talks, Dr. Jarrett and the Chapel Choir and Collegium present the B Minor Mass throughout the year in service and performance. Considered by many to be the pinnacle of Bach's compositional output, the B Minor Mass ranks as one of the greatest artistic achievements of all time. Music at Marsh Chapel presents the complete Mass on Saturday, April 26, 2014. 9:45 a.m. – Discussion of the excerpt of the day 11:00 a.m. – Performance of the excerpt in the 11:00 a.m. worship service
Scott Allen Jarrett; Marsh Chapel Choir; Marsh Chapel Collegium
Works by Bach, Johann Sebastian
Marsh Chapel at Boston University

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Led by Music Director Scott Allen Jarrett, the Bach Experience at Marsh Chapel explores Bach's musical and theological connections. In a series of four talks, Dr. Jarrett and the Chapel Choir and Collegium present the B Minor Mass throughout the year in service and performance. Considered by many to be the pinnacle of Bach's compositional output, the B Minor Mass ranks as one of the greatest artistic achievements of all time. Music at Marsh Chapel presents the complete Mass on Saturday, April 26, 2014. 9:45 a.m. – Discussion of the excerpt of the day 11:00 a.m. – Performance of the excerpt in the 11:00 a.m. worship service
Scott Allen Jarrett; Marsh Chapel Choir; Marsh Chapel Collegium
Works by Bach, Johann Sebastian
Marsh Chapel at Boston University

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The Marsh Chapel Choir and Collegium end their year-long study of Bach's Mass in B minor with this performance of the complete Mass. Marsh Chapel Music Director Scott Allen Jarrett conducts.
Scott Allen Jarrett; Marsh Chapel Choir; Marsh Chapel Collegium
Works by Bach, Johann Sebastian
Marsh Chapel at Boston University

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Join the Boston University community for the fortieth annual Service of Lessons and Carols. The liturgy takes as its model the famous service from King’s College, Cambridge and is one of the most popular university events of the year.
Scott Allen Jarrett; Justin Thomas Blackwell; Marsh Chapel Choir; Boston University Seminary Singers; Lorelei; Majestic Brass
Works by Willcocks, David; Rutter, John; Ledger, Philip; Guerrero, Francisco; Pearsall, R. L.; Britten, Benjamin; Josquin des Prez; Rommereim, John
Marsh Chapel at Boston University

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Join the Boston University community for the fortieth annual Service of Lessons and Carols. The liturgy takes as its model the famous service from King’s College, Cambridge and is one of the most popular university events of the year.
Scott Allen Jarrett; Justin Thomas Blackwell; Marsh Chapel Choir; Boston University Seminary Singers; Lorelei; Majestic Brass
Works by Willcocks, David; Rutter, John; Ledger, Philip; Guerrero, Francisco; Pearsall, R. L.; Britten, Benjamin; Josquin des Prez; Rommereim, John
Marsh Chapel at Boston University

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Marsh Chapel's Good Friday service is based on the seven last words of Christ on the cross. The service begins at noon and concludes shortly after 3pm. Parishioners are welcome to attend all or part of the service and may enter and leave the Chapel as necessary. The service consists of seven mini-services, each with a hymn, scripture reading, brief meditation, and selection of special music offered by the Marsh Chapel Choir and Collegium. The special music at this year's service is Membra Jesu Nostri of Dieterich Buxtehude.
Scott Allen Jarrett; Marsh Chapel Choir; Marsh Chapel Collegium
Works by Buxtehude, Dieterich
Marsh Chapel at Boston University

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Celebrated internationally known guitarist Peter Griggs will perform music for the classical guitar from the Renaissance to the Contemporary, including works by Gaspar Sanz, J. S. Bach, Bartolome Calatuyud, Django Rheinhardt and Thelonious Monk, as well as Flamenco, Brazilian music, and several of Griggs’ own compositions. He also discusses the evolution of the guitar from its origins in Spain to its worldwide popularity in the 21st century. There is something for listeners of all tastes on this wide-ranging program. <br><br> Peter Griggs has presented more than 450 solo guitar concerts throughout the USA, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, the Low Countries, Scandinavia and eastern Europe at concert halls, art centers, festivals, museums, churches, universities, cafes, clubs and other venues. He has recorded on Folkways Records, Music Of The World, Treecastle Music and E360. Reviews of his performances include, “Sizzling guitar playing,” from the Dundee, Scotland's Couri
Peter Griggs
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First Unitarian Church

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The Farmington Valley Chorale will perform G.F Handel's Messiah Part 1 and songs of the season with soloists and organ on Friday, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 8 at 3 p.m. Messiah soloists--all students or alumni of Central Connecticut State University include: Victoria Murphy, soprano; Emily LaRose and Michelle Gara, mezzo sopranos; Christopher Dukes and Kevin Schneider, tenors; and Brian Jones, bass. Also performing will be Frank Zilinyi, Organist and Director of Music at St. Mary's Church in Milford, and pianist Bridget de Moura Castro, Chorale accompanist and Director of Music at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Hartford.
Dr. Ellen Gilson Voth
Works by Handel's Messiah
First Church of Christ
Full-time students may have free admissi
Contact: http://farmingtonvalleychorale.org
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The Farmington Valley Chorale will perform G.F Handel's Messiah Part 1 and songs of the season with soloists and organ on Friday, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 8 at 3 p.m. Messiah soloists--all students or alumni of Central Connecticut State University include: Victoria Murphy, soprano; Emily LaRose and Michelle Gara, mezzo sopranos; Christopher Dukes and Kevin Schneider, tenors; and Brian Jones, bass. Also performing will be Frank Zilinyi, Organist and Director of Music at St. Mary's Church in Milford, and pianist Bridget de Moura Castro, Chorale accompanist and Director of Music at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Hartford.
Dr. Ellen Gilson Voth
Works by Handel
First Church of Christ
Full-time students may have free admissi
Contact: http://farmingtonvalleychorale.org
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The Newburyport Choral Society and orchestra under the direction of Gerald Weale will present Handel's Messiah, Part I and Hallelujah Chorus with music of the season on Saturday December 14 at 8 pm and Sunday December 15 at 2:30 pm in the Belleville Church at 300 High Street, Newburyport, MA. In celebration of its 80th year the Choral Society will also feature the Molin School Children's Chorus. Advance tickets are $20 and $22. At the door, $25. Visit newburyportchoralsociety.org for further information and to purchase tickets.
Newburyport Choral Society/Dr. Gerald Weale
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Belleville Church
$25 at the door
Sponsored by Rhode Island AGO, Casavant organ, 4 manuals
Beverly Jerold (Scheibert)
Works by J. S. Bach, N. de Grigny, F. Couperin, L. C. Clérambault
Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul

Advent and Marian Music for Organ and Voice: MaryAnne Polich, soprano; Greg Zavracky, tenor; Choir of St Lawrence Church, Brookline; Organists Lois Regestein and David Cronin

Works by Bach, Victoria, Chauvet, chant
St Thomas Aquinas Church

Contact: 617-739-1340
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THE YOUNG ORGANISTS INITIATIVE of the Boston Chapter, American Guild of Organists invites piano and organ students to bring your ears and your music to PEDALS, PIPES, & not just any PIZZA on the FREEDOM TRAIL in Boston's North End Saturday, November 23 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Meet at the “Old North Church” (Christ Church)where Organist, Libor Dudas, leads young musicians on an 'Organ Crawl.' Hear and play A. David Moore’s Opus 20 and visit the famous Belfry. Enjoy PIZZA at GALLERIA UMBERTO at noon, then on to. . . “New North Church” (St. Stephen’s Church)on Hanover Street. Hear and play C. B. Fisk’s Opus 53 with Organist, Joseph Scolastico. Vera Meyer will demonstrate the Glass Harmonica, Benjamin Franklin’s wondrous invention!
Libor Dudas, Joseph Scolastico, Organists; Vera Meyer, Glass Harmonica
Works by Demonstrations / Investigations
Old North Church and St. Stephen's Church

THE YOUNG ORGANISTS INITIATIVE of the Boston Chapter, American Guild of Organists invites piano and organ students to bring your ears and your music to PEDALS, PIPES, & not just any PIZZA on the FREEDOM TRAIL in Boston\'s North End Saturday, November 23 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Meet at the “Old North Church” (Christ Church)where Organist, Libor Dudas, leads young musicians on an \'Organ Crawl.\' Hear and play A. David Moore’s Opus 20 and visit the famous Belfry. Enjoy PIZZA at GALLERIA UMBERTO at noon, then on to. . . “New North Church” (St. Stephen’s Church)on Hanover Street. Hear and play C. B. Fisk’s Opus 53 with Organist, Joseph Scolastico. Vera Meyer will demonstrate the Glass Harmonica, Benjamin Franklin’s wondrous invention!
Libor Dudas, Joseph Scolastico, Organists; Vera Meyer, Glass Harmonica
Works by Demonstrations / Investigations
Old North Church and St. Stephen's Church

Artists in Residence West Wynd return for their second performance at 1st U, featuring uniquely arranged chamber music by Mozart, Beethoven and others.
Nancy Ackerman
Works by Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart,
First Unitarian Church

Contact: 508 757 2708
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The seasonal splendor of the Glory of Christmas . . . begins with the traditional holiday processional: Adeste Fidelis (O Come All Ye Faithful)—first a single soprano begins processing quietly, followed by the glorious pageantry of the festive choral processional joined by the congregation, pipe organ, and timpani. Through a creative blend of congregational Christmas carols, solos, instruments, with the spoken word, the nativity story unfolds with colorful wonder. Both scriptures and contemporary readings recount the Christmas Story. Our renowned Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ pulls out all the stops to fill our wonderfully restored sanctuary with the glorious sounds of Angels, Wisemen, and Shepherds. We end the service with John Rutter's traditional Candlelight Carol and Silent Night as the single candle of the Spirit of Christmas is passed from one to another to fill our hearts with a renewed light of hope and peace.
First Unitarian Festival Choir & WPI brass & percussion
Works by Rutter, Pinkham, Cable
First Unitarian Church

Contact: 508 757 2708
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The seasonal splendor of the Glory of Christmas . . . begins with the traditional holiday processional: Adeste Fidelis (O Come All Ye Faithful)—first a single soprano begins processing quietly, followed by the glorious pageantry of the festive choral processional joined by the congregation, pipe organ, and timpani. Through a creative blend of congregational Christmas carols, solos, instruments, with the spoken word, the nativity story unfolds with colorful wonder. Both scriptures and contemporary readings recount the Christmas Story. Our renowned Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ pulls out all the stops to fill our wonderfully restored sanctuary with the glorious sounds of Angels, Wisemen, and Shepherds. We end the service with John Rutter's traditional Candlelight Carol and Silent Night as the single candle of the Spirit of Christmas is passed from one to another to fill our hearts with a renewed light of hope and peace.
Will Sherwood, First Unitarian Choir
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First Unitarian Church

Contact: 508 757 2708
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This ever-changing annual costumed Renaissance-styled pageant returns with a variety of new and familiar music and performers for the holiday season. The Master Singers invite the Worcester Children's Chorus, organist Brett Maguire, the Pocketflyers Morris dance troupe and the Shrewsbury Ringers handbell choir to join in this year’s festivities. A sumptuous reception follows the concert!
Malcolm Halliday
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Wesley United Methodist Church
$20 price for WOO Card members; $10 yout
Contact: www.mswma.org
St Paul Parish Presents the Annual Christmas Pops with Choirs, orchestra and Soloists Directed by Mary lee Cirella Music Director and Organist. Works Include the Magnificat by Vivaldi and Traditional and Contemporary Carols and includes a carol sing a long for the congregation
Mary Lee Cirella Director Soloists, Mary lee Cirella, Lois Hearn Susan Smith Jeffrey Pearson Carl Wrubel Jason Berger
Works by Vivaldi, Rutter,Wedd,Holst, Willberg, Victor, Britten ,Schubert, THiman, Reger,McCollough, Willcocks
St Paul Parish

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Matthew 25 benefit<br> Casavant Frères organ opus 1239, 1928
James David Christie, Michael Calmes, John Mahoney
Works by Handel, Albinoni, , Hovhaness, Saint-Saëns, Alain, Fauré, Tournemire, Poulenc, Ropartz and Others
St Joseph's

Contact: St Joseph's
The audience becomes the chorus for Messiah, Part 1 and the Hallelujah Chorus, performed with professional soloists, chamber orchestra, harpsichord, and organ. Scores are provided, or bring your own. Reception following.
Don Hodgkins, Michael Salvatore
Works by George Frederic Handel
First Parish Congregational Church
Free Will Offering
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Advent Lessons and Carols Service Choral anthems and traditional English hymns with the St. John\\\'s Schola accompanied by the newly refurbished Aeolian-Skinner organ. A candlelight reception will follow.
Dr, G. Fredrick Guzasky, organist-choirmaster, The St. John\\\'s Schola
Works by Bach, Palestrina, White, Manz, Poston, Yanneralla,
Church of St. John the Evangelist

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Traditional service of Lessons and Carols for Christmas. Carols old and new for choir and congregation. Reception following. All are welcome.
St. Anne's Adult Choir, Buffy Gray, Organist and Director
Works by Victoria, Stewart, Ord, Howells, Rutti, Rutter, Edwards
St. Anne's in-the-Fields

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St. John's Church, 48 Middle Street, Gloucester will host "Advent Lessons and Carols" on Sunday, December 8 at 4 pm. The program is open to the public. Featuring music and readings for the season of Advent, the Parish Choir as well as the new young Choir School choristers will sing. This year the focus will be on the O Antiphons, sung just before Christmas focusing on expectation and justice. These chants will be sung along with the familiar hymn which is based upon them: “O come, O come Emmanuel”. Featured is the anthem "Advent", a composition by music director, Mark Nelson, for choir and flute. The words are by Gloria Richardson, noted Cape Ann poet and church member. Playing the flute will be Jean Antrim. Playing the organ will be Mark Nelson along with Nelson Pike. The congregation will sing several hymns including "Lo, he comes with clouds descending" and "O come, O come Emmanuel." Also featured at the program will be 2 new instruments, a Shruti Box, a drone instrument develop

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St. John's Church

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Join us for an evening of scripture and fine choral music at St. Mary's Church in Holliston. All of St. Mary's Choirs and Ensembles will join together to present works by Bach, Praetorious, Ferko, Victoria, Rutter, and others, as well as traditional Christmas carols. Renowned organist Christine Gevert will join us at the console, and will provide organ music not to miss! The event is free and open to the public (a basket will be available for free-will offerings). Don't miss this opportunity to hear St. Mary's outstanding choirs! St. Mary's Church is located on 8 Church St. in Holliston, MA 01746.
St. Mary's Choirs, Juan A. Mesa, Conductor, Christine Gevert, Organist
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St. Mary's Church

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Lessons and Carols for Advent and Christmas. Works composed and arranged by Craig Courtney, David Willcocks, Richard Proulx, Gustav Holst and others. Reception to follow.

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St. Mary of the Assumption Parish/St. Ann's Church

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40th Annual Messiah-Sing at Memorial Congregational Church in Sudbury. Featuring soloists Rebekah Alexander, soprano, Alison McLellan, mezzo-soprano, Christian Milde, tenor, and John Whittlesey, baritone, along with our community orchestra; conducted by Cathy Meyer. Bring your score or borrow one of ours. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. A reception will follow. Universally accessible; plenty of parking.
Cathy Meyer, conductor; Rebekah Alexander, soprano; Alison McLellan, mezzo; Christian Milde, tenor; John Whittlesey, baritone
Works by Handel's Messiah
Memorial Congregational Church

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On Sunday, December 15, 2013 at 09:30, Rob Hammerton, choir director; Kevin Murphy, music director/organist and the choir of the Sudbury United Methodist church will present "8 Anthems for Advent" on poems by Christina Rossetti and Madeleine L'Engle. This new Advent work will be premiered during the 09:30 service. It will feature the SUMC choir and soloists accompanied by an instrumental ensemble.
choir and instrumentalists of SUMC with guests; Rob Hammerton, conductor
Works by Rob Hammerton
Sudbury United Methodist Church

Contact: Kevin Murphy
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Looking to get into the spirit of Christmas, come to the Congregational Church of Littleton Christmas Concert. There will be music for all ages including audience participation through the singing of some of your favorite Christmas carols. This concert will feature all of the choirs at CCOL--Senior Choir, Spirited Singers, Junior Choir, Primary Choir, Sounds of the Spirit Bell Ringers, and New Generation Ringers.
Kyle Bertulli, Janet Anderson
Works by Katherine Davis, John Ness Beck, Schubert, Handel
Congregational Church of Littleton

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Peter Krasinski, organist and winner of the 2002 Improvisation Competition of the American Guild of Organists, has performed throughout the United States, France, and Japan. Krasinski will be accompanying the 1924 silent film “Peter Pan” directed by Herbert Brenon, and starring Betty Bronson as Peter Pan, Ernest Torrence as Captain Hook, Mary Brian as Wendy, and Virginia Browne Faire as Tinker Bell. Anna May Wong, a groundbreaking Chinese-American actress, played the Indian princess Tiger Lily. It’s the first film adaptation of the play by J. M. Barrie.
Peter Krasinski
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St. John's Episcopal Church

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at University Lutheran Church in Cambridge (66 Winthrop St.). Iain Quinn, Assistant Professor of Organ at Florida State University, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on UniLu's 1971 Noack -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and University Lutheran Church.

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University Lutheran Church

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, University Lutheran Church in Cambridge (66 Winthrop St.). Mark Nelson, Director of Music at St. John's Church in Gloucester, MA, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on UniLu's 1971 Noack -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and University Lutheran Church.

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University Lutheran Church

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, University Lutheran Church in Cambridge (66 Winthrop St.). Members of the Harvard Organ Society, all students of Christian Lane, Associate University Organist & Choirmaster at Harvard University, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on UniLu's 1971 Noack -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and University Lutheran Church.

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University Lutheran Church

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, University Lutheran Church in Cambridge (66 Winthrop St.). Join us for a thirty minute concert on UniLu's 1971 Noack -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and University Lutheran Church.

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University Lutheran Church

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, University Lutheran Church in Cambridge (66 Winthrop St.). Sarah Carlson, Director of Music at First Lutheran Church in Bemidji, MN, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on UniLu's 1971 Noack -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Bring your lunch! Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and University Lutheran Church.

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University Lutheran Church

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To usher in the New Year, Bryan Ashley will give a 45-minute recital on the magnificent Aeolian-Skinner organ.
Bryan Ashley
Works by Buxtehude, Bach, Franck, Duruflé, Locklair, Hampton
The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist

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Glenn Goda, organist, with Timothy Macri, flutist & Steven Young, organist & Rosalind Mohnsen, organist

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Arlington Street Church
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Goldberg Variations 9:00pm - 9:45pm Heinrich Christensen, organist King's Chapel 58 Tremont Street, Boston

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King's Chapel
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3:30pm - 4:00pm, 8:00pm - 8:45pm Harry Huff, organist

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Old South Thurch
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First Night Concert 6:30pm - 7:15pm

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Old South Thurch
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The Advent Choir sings works old and new for New Year's Eve. Mikola Leontovych, arr Peter Wilhousky: Carol of the Bells; Howard Skempton: Adam lay y-bounden; Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: Hodie Christus natus est; Francis Pott: Balalulow; Peter Mathews: Dans les ombres de la nuit; Ben Parry: Three Angels; Edvard Grieg: Ave maris stella; Herbert Howells: Long, long ago; Francis Poulenc: Videntes stellam, op 152, no 3; Hans Leo Haßler: Verbum caro factum est
The Advent Choir, Mark Dwyer, Organist & Choirmaster / Ross Wood, Associate
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The Church of the Advent

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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals on January 21st & January 28th. All voice parts welcome! Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings and auditions are held at the end of one of these open rehearsals. Remaining concerts this season include "The Peacemakers" by Karl Jenkins in March, and an assortment of North American composed music in June. Contact us for further information by email or phone at info@mswma.org or 508-842-1349.
Malcolm Halliday
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

Contact: info@mswma.org or 508-842-1349
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The Master Singers of Worcester invite singers to attend open rehearsals on January 21st & January 28th. All voice parts welcome! Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings and auditions are held at the end of one of these open rehearsals. Remaining concerts this season include "The Peacemakers" by Karl Jenkins in March, and an assortment of North American composed music in June. Contact us for further information by email or phone at info@mswma.org or 508-842-1349.
Malcolm Halliday
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First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

Contact: info@mswma.org or 508-842-1349
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Rite of Swing V Gala Dinner Dance, a fundraiser to support CONCORA’s artistic and educational programming. Guests will enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvre, dinner, dancing, and silent and live auctions. WHEN: Saturday, March 1, 2014, 6:00-11:00 p.m. WHERE: The Riverview Banquet Facility, 10 Winslow Place, Simsbury, CT 06089 WHO: The event is hosted by CONCORA. Music for dinner and dancing is provided by the Hot Cat Jazz Band. TICKETS: $100 - $250. Early-bird prices until January 31, 2014. Deadline for all reservations is February 21, 2014. To reserve tickets, or for more information, contact CONCORA at 860-293-0567, contact@concora.org, or <a href="http://www.concora.org" target="_blank">www.concora.org</a>.

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The Riverview Banquet Facility
Early-bird prices until January 31, 2014
Contact: 860-293-0567
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The Choir of Christ the Redeemer will sing the classic Anglican service of Evening Prayer with music by Herbert Howells (Service in B Minor), Martin Neary (Preces and Responses), and Charles Wood (Hail, Gladdening Light). Free admission; free-will offering; child care provided; reception afterward.
Choir of Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church; Daniel McKinley, organist & choirmaster
Works by Herbert Howells, Martin Neary, Charles Wood
Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church

Contact: Dan McKinley
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Gibbons' Short Service, Batten "O Sing Joyfully", Radcliffe Preces and Responses. Organ music by Buxtehude and Pachelbel. Reception following.
St. Anne's Adult Choir; Buffy Gray, organist and choir director
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St. Anne's in-the-Fields

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Prelude - Overture to SYLVIA by Leo Delibes (1836-1891) THE PLAY HOUSE Starring Buster Keaton (1921) 23 minutes THE NUT Starring Douglass Fairbanks (1921) 1 hour, 14 minutes Free Popcorn. Classic cartoons from 6 pm on.

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St. John's Church

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This second program of the fifth Connexions season will feature music by Bastien, Seitz, Piazzola, Schubert, Joplin, Mozart, Murphy and others. Special guests will be a clarinet quartet led by Linda May Menkis, clarinetist of the Concord Band.
Kevin Murphy, piano; Rob Hammerton, piano; Linda May Menkis, clarinet; Cynthia Schwan, piano and others
Works by Bastien, Seitz, Piazzola, Schubert, Joplin, Mozart, Murphy and others
Sudbury United Methodist Church

Contact: kevin@sudbury-umc.org
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Spanish-born pianist Daniel Pereira returns to Hartford and the Cathedral to perform a unique program of the piano preludes of Alexander Scriabin. The great Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy described them as “short as a sparrow’s beak.” Don't miss the opportunity to hear these rarely performed gems by a true master of the keyboard. There is no admission charge for concerts at the Cathedral, but a free-will offering will is gratefully accepted. Ample secure parking available.
Daniel Pereira
Works by Alexander Scriabin
The Cathedral of Saint Joseph

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The All Saints' Choir of Men and Boys (Andrew Sheranian, Organist and Master of Choristers) will be joined by the Choir of All Saints' Church, Worcester (Graeme McCullough, Director of Music), to offer music by Tomkins, Tallis, Wood, and Britten. The Rt. Rev. M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE, Bishop of Massachusetts will preach the sermon. All are welcome to attend. A festive reception will follow in Peabody Hall. <a href="http://allsaints.net/news.htm" target="_blank">http://allsaints.net/news.htm</a>
Andrew Sheranian, Graeme McCullough
Works by Tomkins, Tallis, Wood, Britten
The Parish of All Saints - Ashmont

St. John’s Concert Series welcomes back Nicholas White, former Music Director at St. John’s Church, and now Chair of the Arts and Director of Chapel Music at St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire. In 2013, Nicholas was also appointed Music Director of The Boston Cecilia in Boston, Massachusetts. He is bringing the students of the Chapel Choir to perform the music they are taking on an international tour later this year, including works by Nicholas White, R. Farrant, Peter Aston, Virgil Thompson, David Hurd, Carson Cooman, Stephen Paulus, Daniel Gawthrop, and others. Reception follows to meet the performers.
Nicholas White, Chapel Choir of St. Paul's School (Concord, NH)
Works by Nicholas White, R. Farrant, Peter Aston, Virgil Thompson, David Hurd, Carson Cooman, Stephen Paulus, Daniel Gawthrop, and others.
St. John's Concert Series

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St. John’s Concert Series welcomes back Nicholas White, former Music Director at St. John’s Church, and now Chair of the Arts and Director of Chapel Music at St. Paul\'s School in Concord, New Hampshire. In 2013, Nicholas was also appointed Music Director of The Boston Cecilia in Boston, Massachusetts. He is bringing the students of the Chapel Choir to perform the music they are taking on an international tour later this year, including works by Nicholas White, R. Farrant, Peter Aston, Virgil Thompson, David Hurd, Carson Cooman, Stephen Paulus, Daniel Gawthrop, and others. Reception follows to meet the performers.
Nicholas White, Chapel Choir of St. Paul\'s School (Concord, NH)
Works by Nicholas White, R. Farrant, Peter Aston, Virgil Thompson, David Hurd, Carson Cooman, Stephen Paulus, Daniel Gawthrop, and others.
St. John's Concert Series

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The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, director) present choral music evoking the image of light, including works by Wachner, Woodman, Clark, Gyger, Holst, Palestrina, Mendelssohn and more. Special guests: Youth Pro Music, Robert Barney, director. Visit <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a> for more information.
The Seraphim Singers/Jennifer Lester
Works by Woodman, Wachner, Clark, Gyger, Palestrina, Mendelssohn
First Church Congregational

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The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, director) present choral music evoking the image of light, including works by Wachner, Woodman, Clark, Gyger, Holst, Palestrina, Mendelssohn and more. Special guests: Youth Pro Music, Robert Barney, director. Visit <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a> for more information.
The Seraphim Singers/Jennifer Lester
Works by Woodman, Wachner, Clark, Gyger, Palestrina, Mendelssohn
St Cecilia RC Church

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The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, director) and organist/improvisateur Peter Krasinski provide choral elaboration and improvised organ accompaniment to the 1928 French silent film La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc (directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer.) Presented by permission of Janus Films.
The Seraphim Singers/Jennifer Lester; Peter Krasinski
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First Lutheran Church

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The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, director) and organist/improvisateur Peter Krasinski provide choral elaboration and improvised organ accompaniment to the 1928 French silent film La Passion de Jeanne d\'Arc (directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer.) Presented by permission of Janus Films.
The Seraphim Singers/Jennifer Lester; Peter Krasinski
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St Ignatius of Loyola (Boston College)

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Get out of the cold and get down with funky Baroque ground basses! Cambridge Concentus, with co-artistic directors Marika Holmqvist and David Kjar, will feature the groovy stylings of dancers Carlos Fittante and Caitlin Klinger, vocalists Ulrike Präger and Jacob Cooper, violinists Marika Holmqvist and Dorian Bandy, harpsichordist Dylan Sauerwald, trumpeters David Kjar and Graham Dixon, London-based lutenist Matthew Wadsworth, and American concert organist Diane Meredith Belcher.

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First Church Cambridge

Brown University Organist Mark Steinbach will perform works of Austrian composer Anton Heiller (1923-1979) and others on the 1903 Hutchings-Votey organ.
Mark Steinbach
Works by Anton Heiller
Sayles Hall, Brown University

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138th anniversary of the dedication of the E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings Organ, opus 801. Seven Boston organists perform music of Franck, Mendelssohn, Lemmens, Litaize, Howells, and Improvisation on submitted themes.
Leo Abbott, FAGO, ChM
Works by Franck, Mendelssohn, Lemmens, Litaize, Howells, Improvisation
Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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The Trinity Choir will sing Choral Evensong in conjunction with the Association of Anglican Musicians Region 1 Mid-winter conference. This candlelit service of prayers and music will feature works by Tallis, Bruckner, Noble, and Christiansen.
The choir of Trinity Church; Stephan Griffin, organist and choirmaster
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Trinity Church, Newport

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<a href="http://flc-boston.org/bbb2014" target="_blank">http://flc-boston.org/bbb2014</a><br><br> Resrv German Lunch $15 <a href="https://bach-birthday-2014.eventbrite.com" target="_blank">https://bach-birthday-2014.eventbrite.com</a><br><br> 8:00a.m.Harvard Org Soc students & Christian Lane...9:00Erica Johnson, organ...9:45 Peter Krasinski, silent film accmpt: Children's Event (all ages): "Bach Meets Buster (Keaton)"...10:30 Dr. Robin Leaver, keynote speaker (frmr Pres., Amer. Bach Soc) & Brian McCreath (99.5 WCRB)...11:151st Luth Choir, Soloists, Orch; Laszlo Fassang, org; Balint Karosi, dir; Cantata 29...12:00p.m.Heinrich Christensen, organ: Goldberg Variations...1:10Schola Cantorum Boston, Fred Jodry, dir: Singet dem Herrn...2:05Wyatt Smith, organ...2:50Cambridge Concentus: Marika Holmqvist, violin; Dylan Sauerwald, harpsichord...3:30Exsultemus: Motets of Homilius, Bach's Student...4:10Balint Karosi, organ...5:10Emmanuel Music: Danielle Maddon, violin...5:40 Laszlo Fassang

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First Lutheran Church

Contact: joyceorganist@aol.com; 617-536-8851 (First Lutheran)
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The Choir of Christ the Redeemer will sing the classic Anglican service of Evening Prayer with music by Herbert Brewer (Service in D), Everett Titcomb (Behold now, praise the Lord), and Toby Wardman (Preces and Responses). Incense will be used. Free admission; free-will offering; child care provided; reception afterward.
Choir of Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church; Daniel McKinley, organist & choirmaster
Works by Herbert Brewer, Everett Titcomb, Toby Wardman
Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church

Contact: Dan McKinley
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Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus joins the combined choirs of St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church of Hartford, and Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez, organist and Director of Music at the Cathedral of St. Joseph, to bring to life one of the most cherished of choral masterpieces: the intimate, peaceful and loving Requiem by French composer Gabriel Fauré, and, magnificent choral works by the internationally acclaimed American composer Eric Whitacre. Fauré’s beloved Requiem, a lullaby of eternal rest and an expression of resigned thanksgiving, features organ, mixed chorus and two soloists. Portions of Defying Gravity, which Chorus Angelicus recently performed under the direction of Eric Whitacre and Stephen Schwartz at Lincoln Center, will be showcased. Gabriel Löfvall, Director
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus and the Choir of St. Patrick-St. Anthony, Directed by Gabriel Löfvall
Works by Gabriel Fauré, Eric Whitacre
St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church
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Contact: Joyful Noise, Inc.
Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus joins the combined choirs of St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church of Hartford, and Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez, organist and Director of Music at the Cathedral of St. Joseph, to bring to life one of the most cherished of choral masterpieces: the intimate, peaceful and loving Requiem by French composer Gabriel Fauré, and, magnificent choral works by the internationally acclaimed American composer Eric Whitacre. Fauré’s beloved Requiem, a lullaby of eternal rest and an expression of resigned thanksgiving, features organ, mixed chorus and two soloists. Portions of Defying Gravity, which Chorus Angelicus recently performed under the direction of Eric Whitacre and Stephen Schwartz at Lincoln Center, will be showcased.
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus and the Choir of St. Patrick-St. Anthony, Directed by Gabriel Löfvall
Works by Gabriel Fauré, Eric Whitacre
Chapel at the University of St. Joseph
$40 preferred seating
Contact: Joyful Noise, Inc.
Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus joins the combined choirs of St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church of Hartford, and Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez, organist and Director of Music at the Cathedral of St. Joseph, to bring to life one of the most cherished of choral masterpieces: the intimate, peaceful and loving Requiem by French composer Gabriel Fauré, and, magnificent choral works by the internationally acclaimed American composer Eric Whitacre. Fauré’s beloved Requiem, a lullaby of eternal rest and an expression of resigned thanksgiving, features organ, mixed chorus and two soloists. Portions of Defying Gravity, which Chorus Angelicus recently performed under the direction of Eric Whitacre and Stephen Schwartz at Lincoln Center, will be showcased. Gabriel Löfvall, Director
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus and the Choir of St. Patrick-St. Anthony, Directed by Gabriel Löfvall
Works by Gabriel Fauré, Eric Whitacre
St. Michael's Church
$40 preferred seating
Contact: Joyful Noise, Inc.
St. Mark's Catholic Church took delivery in December of a 2 manual ALLEN Quantum Series Organ. Roger Mansen will be the guest artist

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St.. Mark's Catholic Church

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Join the Worcester Children's Chorus and guests artists Bruce Hopkins, Trumpet and Donald Dame, Organ for a program of Classical selections including works by Bach, Vivaldi, Mozart, and more. This event will also include a raffle and silent auction to benefit the Worcester Children's Chorus.
The Worcester Children's Chorus, Philip Montgomery and Pamela Mindell Directors, Bruce Hopkins, Trumpet, Donald Dame, Organ
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Wesley United Methodist Church

Contact: wccprogram@gmail.com
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Music of Bach, Franck, Stanley, Parry, Leighton, and an improvisation.

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St. James Episcopal Church

Contact: (860) 443-4989
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Salisbury Singers will perform Beethoven's beautiful and thrilling Missa Solemnis in Worcester's splendid Mechanics Hall. This rarely heard dramatic work rhythmically pulsates the senses with moments of great dynamism contrasted with passages of spiritually uplifting sweetness. You won't want to miss this performance of a work not heard in Worcester for many years! The Singers join voices with the Assumption College Chorale, celebrating its own 30 years under Director Michelle Graveline, along with critically acclaimed soloists and orchestra.
Michelle Graveline, Salisbury Singers, Assumption College Chorale
Works by Beethoven
Mechanics Hall
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Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus joins the combined choirs of St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church of Hartford, and Dr. Ezequiel Menéndez, organist and Director of Music at the Cathedral of St. Joseph, to bring to life one of the most cherished of choral masterpieces: the intimate, peaceful and loving Requiem by French composer Gabriel Fauré, and, magnificent choral works by the internationally acclaimed American composer Eric Whitacre. Fauré’s beloved Requiem, a lullaby of eternal rest and an expression of resigned thanksgiving, features organ, mixed chorus and two soloists. Portions of Defying Gravity, which Chorus Angelicus recently performed under the direction of Eric Whitacre and Stephan Schwartz at Lincoln Center, will be showcased. Gabriel Löfvall, director.
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus and the Choir of St. Patrick-St. Anthony, Directed by Gabriel Löfvall
Works by Gabriel Fauré, Eric Whitacre
St. Michael's Church
$40 preferred seating
Contact: Joyful Noise, Inc.
Hielscher has been Director of Music at the Wiesbaden (Germany) Marktkirche, the Lutheran Cathedral, since 1979. From 1987 to 2004 he served as Municipal Organist at the Wiesbaden Kurhaus Concert Hall. Since 1962 he has presented more than 2800 organ recitals throughout the world. The Organ is a 3 manual, 42 stop Estey installed in 1932. The organ was restored in 2009 by the Andover Organ Co., and the rededication recital was performed by Dr. John Weaver. This event is co-sponsored by the Union Congregational Church (<a href="http://www.uccgroton.org" target="_blank">http://www.uccgroton.org</a>) and the Estey Organ Museum (<a href="http://www.esteyorganmuseum.org" target="_blank">www.esteyorganmuseum.org</a>).
Hans Hielscher
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Union Congregational Church

Roxbury Latin is hosting a fine boy choir from the Czech republic, and during their stay they will present a performance at St. Theresa of Avila Church on Sat. Mar. 1, 2014 at 6:30pm (immediately following the 5:30 Mass). Free admission, sponsored by Roxbury Latin.
Bonifantes Boy Choir
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St. Theresa of Avila Church

Contact: 617-325-1300
Join us on Friday, March 14 at 7 pm for an evening of fine choral music at St. Mary's Church in Holliston. The Boy Choir of St. Paul's Choir School in Cambridge, MA will present a concert of music by Handel, Fauré, Pergolesi, Standford, Rutter and others. John Robinson conducts the ensemble, and Dr. Jonathan Wessler will accompany at the organ. The event is free and open to the public (a basket will be available for free-will offerings). Don't miss this opportunity to hear this outstanding choir in a free concert! St. Mary's Church is located at 8 Church St. in Holliston, MA 01746. More information about the choir may be found at <a href="http://www.bostonboychoir.org" target="_blank">www.bostonboychoir.org</a>
Boston Boy Choir, St. Paul's Choir School, John Robinson, Conductor
Works by Handel, Fauré, Pergolesi, Standford, Rutter and others
St. Mary's Church

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On the first Friday in Lent, conductor Edward Bolkovac, the Soli Deo Gloria Orchestra, and the combined Hartt Choruses return to the Cathedral for a performance of Mozart's Requiem, KV 626. Featuring soloists Louise Fauteux, soprano; Judith Bowers, contralto; Jerron Jorgensen, tenor; and bass Craig Hart, this concert promises to be an exceptional performance of this much-beloved work. As with all concerts at the Cathedral, there is no admission charge, but a free-will offering is gratefully accepted. Ample secure parking is available.
The Hartt School Choruses, The Soli Deo Gloria Orchestra, Dr. Edward Bolkovac, Conductor
Works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Cathedral of Saint Joseph

Contact: http://cathedralofsaintjoseph.com/music-sacredsounds.html, musicoffice@cathedralofsaintjoseph.com
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The Spectrum Singers, John W. Ehrlich, Music Director, perform John Rutter's heartfelt and moving Requiem in its masterful chamber ensemble setting. A strikingly deep and probing work, this Requiem combines traditional Missa pro defunctis liturgy with the composer's personal selection of texts drawn from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. Laura Serafino Harbert is the soprano soloist. Seven rarely heard Benjamin Britten choral works will also be performed: Antiphon, Festival Te Deum, A Wedding Anthem, Song of the Fishermen (Peter Grimes), two excerpts from A Boy Was Born, and The Ballad of Green Broom. Justin Blackwell, B.U. Marsh Chapel organist, will accompany. Free pre-concert lecture at 7 PM by eminent musicologist Steven Ledbetter. Visit spectrumsingers.org for tickets and further information.
The Spectrum Singers, John W. Ehrlich, Music Director, Justin Blackwell, organ and piano
Works by John Rutter, Benjamin Britten
First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

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Midday organ concert featuring recitalist Ross Wood (Church of the Advent). Works by Marchand, Sweelinck, Elgar and Guilmant.
Ross Wood
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist

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NORTHFIELD, MASS. — Permelia Singer Sears of Dunstable will give a concert on the oldest, non-altered, two-manual EG&G Hook organ in North America. The concert will take place at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church at the corner of Main Street and Parker Avenue on Sunday, April 6 at 3 p.m., and will benefit First Parish Church. A free will donation of $10 is suggested. Built in 1842 for the Springfield, Mass., Unitarian church, this rare instrument was installed in First Parish in 1871. “Nothing has been changed from the way the Hooks built it back in 1842,” says Sears, who is famous for making historic organs sing.

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First Parish Church
Benefit concert
Contact: Chris Harris, 413-498-2133
Noted Japanese artist and teacher Hatsumi Miura will present a full length concert as a part of the International Artist Series at the Old West Church. The program will include seasonal music of Heiller, Bach, Brahms, Franck, and a premiere of the work "All Glory, Laud and Honor" by Hina Sakamoto. Validated parking at Charles River Parking Garage. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church
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UPCOMING CONCERT: Novi Cantori, a professional chamber choir, presents their spring concert program, "From dawn to dusk", featuring music from the Renaissance to the present, including a premiere in honor of their 35th anniversary season. Saturday, April 5, at 4 pm at Simsbury United Methodist Church. Tickets $10 at the door ($8 students and seniors). For more information, visit <a href="http://www.novicantori.org" target="_blank">www.novicantori.org</a> ."
Ellen Gilson Voth, Artistic Director; Scott Bailey, Organist/Accompanist
Works by Tallis, Monteverdi, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Rheinberger, Saint-Saens, Vierne, Barber, Paulus, plus a premiere in honor of our 35th anniversary season
Simsbury United Methodist Church

Contact: egvoth@snet.net
UPCOMING CONCERT: Novi Cantori, a professional chamber choir, presents their spring concert program, \"From dawn to dusk\", featuring music from the Renaissance to the present, including a premiere in honor of their 35th anniversary season. Saturday, April 12, at 7:30 pm at St. John's Episcopal Church in Northampton. Tickets $15, with proceeds to be shared with MANNA soup kitchen. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.novicantori.org" target="_blank">www.novicantori.org</a> .\"
Ellen Gilson Voth, Artistic Director; Scott Bailey, Organist/Accompanist
Works by Tallis, Monteverdi, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Rheinberger, Saint-Saens, Vierne, Barber, Paulus, plus a premiere in honor of our 35th anniversary season
St. John's Episcopal Church
Proceeds at the door will be shared with
Contact: egvoth@snet.net
UPCOMING CONCERT: Novi Cantori, a professional chamber choir, presents their spring concert program, \\\"From dawn to dusk\\\", featuring music from the Renaissance to the present, including a premiere in honor of their 35th anniversary season. Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 pm at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Longmeadow. Tickets $10 / $8 students and seniors. For more information, visit <a href=\"http://www.novicantori.org\" target=\"_blank\">www.novicantori.org</a> .\\\"
Ellen Gilson Voth, Artistic Director; Scott Bailey, Organist/Accompanist
Works by Tallis, Monteverdi, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Rheinberger, Saint-Saens, Vierne, Barber, Paulus, plus a premiere in honor of our 35th anniversary season
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Contact: egvoth@snet.net
The divine sounds of baroque music with organist Edward Clark
Edward Clark
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First Church of Christ, Congregational

Contact: Farmington Library 860-673-6791
Erica Johnson, DMA, has performed across the United States and Europe, playing a variety of instruments and repertoire. As an organ instructor, she taught at the University North Carolina School of the Arts as Interim Kenan Professor, and as visiting Instructor of Organ at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music. She is currently Director of Pastoral Music at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Walpole, MA, where she directs and oversees seven parish ensembles. Erica is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory, Oberlin College, New England Conservatory, Eastman School of Music, in addition to two years of further study at the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen, Germany. Daniel Davis has performed in Japan, Taiwan, and Macao with the Eastman Wind Ensemble. He has also performed with the Beijing Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo Philharmonic, Rochester Philharmonic, North Carolina Symphony, Winston-Salem Symphony, Palm Beach Opera, and as concerto soloist with the Eastman Wind Orchestra

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First Parish of Norwell

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Performing: George Bozeman, Lois Regestein, Michael Joseph, Barbara Owen presenting overview of the historic 3-manual 40 rank Hook organ (1860), and vocal soloists from the church. Reception will follow the presentation.

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First Congregational Church


Alexander Pattavina, organist
Works by Bach, Vierne, Dupre, Langlais
First Unitarian

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Jason Roberts, organist
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First Unitarian

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Chamber & vocal music
Alesia Tringale, soprano
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First Unitarian

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Will Sherwood, director of music
Works by John Rutter
First Unitarian

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Peter Stolzfus Berton, organist
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Mechanics Hall

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<b>Pipes Alive - <br> Mechanics Hall Resonates with Local Composers<br> <br> WorcesterAGO composers and improvisers are featured in a full-length concert </b>that highlights the <b>150th anniversary year</b> of the Mechanics Hall Hook Organ ("The Worcester Organ"). Members of WorcAGO are not only performers on the instrument, but they are creators of the music. Several world premieres will be showcased, and the organ (solo as well as duets) will be joined/augmented with oboe, handbells, and choir to present an spectacular "multi-media" event with very listenable and tonal music, some of which you'll be the first to hear in performance, and some (improvisations) will never be heard again. Witness the creation of music in the moment. <br><br> The concert begins with an incredible Symphonic Improvisation by Peter Krasinski, includes a world premiere for organ duo by Robin Dinda, and concludes concludes with two compositions by Malcolm Halliday for choir & instruments.
WorcAGO Composers' Concert
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Mechanics Hall

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Alexander Pattavina, Young Artists Series
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Mechanics Hall

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Grant Wareham, Young Artists Series
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Mechanics Hall

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Worcester debut - Hector brings a wide variety of reperotoire to help celebrate the 150th for The Worcester Organ (E G & G Hook)
Hector Olivera, organist
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Mechanics Hall

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Hook 150th Anniv Rededication Concert
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Mechanics Hall

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Mechanics Hall

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The Connexions concerts showcase the various talents of church members and guest artists who come to share their music.
musicians of the Sudbury United Methodist Church and friends
Works by J. S. Bach, Barber, Brahms, Herbert, Lennon/McCartney, Murphy, Randy Newman, Luys de Narvaez, Raney, Turloch O Carolan and others. In honor of St. Patrick's day, the will be some Irish traditional music.
Sudbury United Methodist Church

Contact: kevin@sudbury-umc.org
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Three Worcester choirs – Our Lady of the Angels, Trinity Lutheran, and All Saints – bring their different musical traditions together for an enjoyable evening.
Choirs from Our Lady of the Angels, Trinity Lutheran, and All Saints
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All Saints Church

music by Bach, Cooman, others
Nancy Granert
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St. Michael's Church

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<a href="http://www.bostonchoral.org/concerts/path-of-miracles/" target="_blank">http://www.bostonchoral.org/concerts/path-of-miracles/</a>
Boston Choral Ensemble/Andrew Shenton
Works by Joby Talbot
St. Paul Parish
$20/$10 at the door, discounted in advan
<a href="http://www.bostonchoral.org/concerts/path-of-miracles/" target="_blank">http://www.bostonchoral.org/concerts/path-of-miracles/</a>
Boston Choral Ensemble/Andrew Shenton
Works by Joby Talbot
Cathedral of the Holy Cross
Pay-as-you-can (FREE!) - www.bostonchora

Rodger Clinton Vine
Works by Brewer, Paradisi, Diemer, Vierne, Langlais & others
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Bryan Ashley
Works by Buxtehude, Pachelbel, Bach, Franck, Mulet & others
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Erik Wm. Suter
Works by Hakim, DuruflŽ, Bolcom, Reger
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Domenico Severin
Works by Mozart, Bossi, Brahms, Reger, Ravanello, Bach
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Henry Lowe
Works by Widor, Simonds, Bach, Buxtehude, Vierne, DuruflŽ
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Kola Owolabi
Works by Laurin, Parry, Sowerby, Sadoh, Widor
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Katherin Handford
Works by Key, Rheinberger, Sowerby, Takle, Sousa and others
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Damin Spritzer
Works by Tournemire, Becker, Bšhm, King
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Rudolf Innig
Works by Handel, Bach, Mendelssohn, Wagner, Gershwin
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Douglas Major
Works by Bach, Dirksen, Douglas Major, Franck, Clerambalut, Tournemire, William Walton
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Jennifer McPherson
Works by Bach, PŠrt, Buxtehude, Eben, Messiaen & others
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Stephen Buzard
Works by Elgar, Mendelssohn, Bolcom, Buck & others
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Monica Alexandra Harper
Works by Planyavsky, Bach, Weinberger, Bolcom & others
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Dongho Lee
Works by Stanford, Franck, Rheinberger, DuprŽ, Buck, Eben
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Nicole Marane
Works by Bairstow, Weaver, Clokey, Saint-Sa‘ns , Decker & others
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Jacob Street
Works by LŸbeck, Vierne, Ritter, Distler, Wammes, Reger
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Isabelle Demers
Works by MacMillan, Tchaikovsky, Reger, Mendelssohn, Bach, Laurin
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5
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Carolyn and John Skelton bring their singular and combined virtuosity to bear on the Gallery Organ, the Chancel Organ, and the Harpsichord at the Annisquam Village Church on this Palm Sunday program, a delightful concert of duets and solos that includes works of Bach, Handel, Buxtehude, Couperin, and Pinkham. From an antiphonal organ piece to a brilliant exchange between the harpsichord and gallery organ, these two expert players will make full use of the three Adams instruments and the lively acoustic of the historic Village Church at the head of Lobster Cove in Gloucester. Contact: Kathleen Adams, Music Director, 978.283.6416
Carolyn & John Skelton
Works by Bach, Buxtehude, Couperin, Handel, Pinkham
Annisquam Village Church
Students $5
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Details: Date: Sunday, May 18, 2014 Time: 3:00 p.m. Location: Saint Paul’s Church – Harvard Square Bow & Arrow Streets, Cambridge, MA 02138 General admission tickets: $20.00 Tickets Now Available! (617) 868-8658 or go to our website <a href="http://www.stpaulchoirschool.com" target="_blank">www.stpaulchoirschool.com</a> to order. This year the Choir of St. Paul’s will perform a concert of Sacred Choral Music including works of Purcell and Bruckner. The glorious acoustics of St. Paul’s compliment this traditional choir of Men and Boys perfectly, and create a chance of hearing this beautiful music as authentically as possible. As one of America’s only choirs of this sort, we are keen to spread the St. Paul’s sound as widely as possible. Please come and experience this unique musical phenomenon, and support America’s only Catholic Boys’ Choir School.
The Choir of St. Paul's Harvard Square (boys and men)
Works by Purcell, Tallis, Taverner, Bruckner
St. Paul's Church, Harvard Square

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Come and join alumni and staff of St. Paul's Choir School in Harvard Square in an organ recital showcasing organists who have graduated from St. Paul's. Spanning the 50 years of St. Paul's Choir School, pupils have gone on to careers in Church Music as Organists, Music Directors and composers. Hear them all return to their Alma Mater, in Harvard Square.
www.stpaulchoirschool.org
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St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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The Seven Last Words of Christ by Théodore Dubois, performed by our choirs and soloists. Joining our choirs will be a select combined choir from Faith Congregational Church, Union Baptist Church, Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion Church and other Hartford area churches — all conducted by Wayne Dixon, Minister of Music at Union Baptist Church. Critically- acclaimed dramatic narrator Frances McAlpine Sharp will paint a vivid picture using additional text written by Mrs. Jeanette Saunders. Organist David Spicer.
First Church Choir and Cantata Singers, select Hartford area church choirs. Wayne Dixon, Conductor; David Spicer, Organist
Works by Theodore Dubois
First Church of Christ
Free-will offering
Contact: 860-529-1575, ext. 209 or music@firstchurch.org
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Ensemble Musica Humana presents Hildegard von Bingen's Ordo Virtutum, the earliest fully surviving medieval morality play. Information and tickets at <a href="http://www.ensemblemusicahumana.com/ordo-virtutum.html" target="_blank">http://www.ensemblemusicahumana.com/ordo-virtutum.html</a>
Dylan Sauerwald, Music Director, Kateri Chambers, Stage Director, Laura Osterlund, Artistic Director
Works by Hildegard von Bingen
First Church Cambridge
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Celebrating Connecticut Composers, a concert combining the St. John’s Choirs, the Choir of Church of Christ, Congregational (UCC), Newington, members of CitySingers of Hartford, and chamber orchestra including works by Douglas Bruce Johnson (Trinity College, Hartford), John Abdenour (St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Fairfield), Gwyneth Walker (New Canaan), Peter Niedmann’s Five New England Songs(recently premiered by The Chorus of Westerly), and the premiere of A Poet’s Requiem by Peter Stoltzfus Berton. Tickets $15, $12 seniors/students. Reception following. Made possible in part by a grant from the Richard P. Garmany Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
Choirs of St. John’s Church West Hartford, the Choir of Church of Christ, Congregational (UCC), Newington, members of CitySingers of Hartford, chamber orchestra
Works by John Abdenour, Peter Stoltzfus Berton, Douglas Bruce Johnson, Peter Niedmann, Gwyneth Walker
St. John's Episcopal Church
Half price for LetsGoArts card holders
Contact: (860) 523-5201 extension 350
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Palm Sunday, April 13, 2014 5:00 p.m. Hereford Variations, a 40 minute Lenten meditation for organ and choir, played by the composer Peter Stoltzfus Berton with the St. John's Choirs. Includes three hymn stanzas sung by the audience. For information about this unique meditation based on stained glass windows at Hereford Cathedral in England, visit: herefordvariations.org
Peter Stoltzfus Berton, organ and the St. John's (West Hartford) Choirs
Works by Peter Stoltzfus Berton
St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: www.sjparish.net
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The Worcester Chorus of Music Worcester closes the 3013-14 season with a celebration of great works for chorus with Brass and Organ accompaniment - works of Bach, Gabrieli, Hindemith, Pinkham Vaughan Williams and Rutter. The fine acoustics, organ and wonderful interior of the Cathedral of St. Paul in Worcester will highlight this performance.
Worcester Chorus, Chris Shepard, Artistic Director, Ian Watson, organ, Worcester Brass Consort, Douglas Weeks, Director
Works by Bach, Giovanni Gabrieli, Paul Hindemith, Daniel Pinkham, R. Vaughan Williams, John Rutter
Cathedral of St. Paul
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Contact: Tickets at www.musicworcester.org, or call 508-754-3231 and at door.
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The First Congregational Church in Great Barrington, MA will present a concert by award-winning young organist Adam Pajan on Thursday, May 1, at 7:30 PM. Pajan will play the church’s historic 3-manual, 70-rank pipe organ which was built in 1883 by Hilborne L. Roosevelt of New York City - a first cousin of President Theodore Roosevelt. The program will include well-loved pieces by J.S. Bach, César Franck, Felix Mendelssohn, and Arthur Foote. In honor of the bicentennial of the siege of Fort McHenry in Baltimore, which inspired Francis Scott Key to write the poem which became the text of our National Anthem, Dr. Pajan will conclude his program with 19th century American composer Dudley Buck’s Concert Variations on the Star-Spangled Banner. Admission is free for this concert. Pajan’s program is the opening event of a two day symposium focused on the church’s historic 1883 Roosevelt organ. The symposium, jointly organized by the American Institute of Organ
Adam Pajan
Works by Bach, Franck, Mendelssohn, Foote, Buck
First Congregational Church

Contact: (413) 528-2740
The First Congregational Church in Great Barrington, MA will present a concert by award-winning young organist Adam Pajan. Pajan will play the church’s historic 3-manual, 70-rank pipe organ which was built in 1883 by Hilborne L. Roosevelt of New York City - a first cousin of President Theodore Roosevelt. The program will include well-loved pieces by J.S. Bach, César Franck, Felix Mendelssohn, and Arthur Foote. In honor of the bicentennial of the siege of Fort McHenry in Baltimore, which inspired the text of our National Anthem, Dr. Pajan will conclude his program with 19th century American composer Dudley Buck’s Concert Variations on the Star-Spangled Banner. Admission is free for this concert. Pajan’s program is the opening event of a two day symposium focused on the church’s historic 1883 Roosevelt organ. The symposium, jointly organized by the American Institute of Organbuilders and the Organ Historical Society, will be attended by organbuilders from
Adam Pajan
Works by Bach, Franck, Mendelssohn, Foote, Buck
First Congregational Church

Contact: (413) 528-2740
The First Congregational Church in Great Barrington, MA presents a concert by award-winning young organist Adam Pajan. Pajan will play the church’s historic 3-manual, 70-rank pipe organ which was built in 1883 by Hilborne L. Roosevelt of New York City - a first cousin of President Theodore Roosevelt. The program will include well-loved pieces by J.S. Bach, César Franck, Felix Mendelssohn, Arthur Foote and Dudley Buck. Admission is free. Pajan’s program is the opening event of a two day symposium focused on the church’s historic 1883 Roosevelt organ. The symposium, jointly organized by the American Institute of Organbuilders and the Organ Historical Society, will be attended by organbuilders from as far away as Utah. They will study and work on this instrument, which is considered a landmark in American organbuilding.
Adam Pajan
Works by Bach, Franck, Mendelssohn, Foote, Buck
First Congregational Church

Contact: (413) 528-2740
Award-winning young organist Adam Pajan will play the church’s historic 3-manual, 70-rank pipe organ which was built in 1883 by Hilborne L. Roosevelt of New York City - a first cousin of President Theodore Roosevelt. The program will include well-loved pieces by J.S. Bach, César Franck, Felix Mendelssohn, Arthur Foote and Dudley Buck. Admission is free. Pajan’s program is the opening event of a two day symposium focused on the church’s historic 1883 Roosevelt organ. The symposium, jointly organized by the American Institute of Organbuilders and the Organ Historical Society, will be attended by organbuilders from as far away as Utah. They will study and work on this instrument, which is considered a landmark in American organbuilding.
Adam Pajan
Works by Bach, Franck, Mendelssohn, Foote, Buck
First Congregational Church

Contact: (413) 528-2740
The Back Bay Ringers and Old South Church are pleased to announce the eighth annual Boston Handbell Festival, May 20, 2014, 8:00pm, at Old South Church, Boston. The festival features area handbell choirs including Back Bay Ringers, Merrimack Valley Ringers, New England Ringers, Old South Ringers, and Shoreline Ringers. Back Bay Ringers will donate its portion of a freewill offering collected at the festival for the purchase of a two octave set of chimes for a Boston-area school. For more information, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>.
Back Bay RIngers and Old South Church
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Old South Church

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The Back Bay Ringers, one of New England's leading handbell ensembles, present their 2014 spring concert, which celebrates their tenth anniversary season. The repertoire will include the premiere of their third commissioned piece, "Sonata in Baroque Style" by Michael Helman. It will also feature familiar tunes as well as classical transcriptions. For more information, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and students.
Back Bay Ringers
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Recital Hall, Salem State University

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The Back Bay Ringers, one of New England's leading handbell ensembles, present their 2014 spring concert, which celebrates their tenth anniversary season. The repertoire will include the premiere of their third commissioned piece, "Sonata in Baroque Style" by Michael Helman. It will also feature familiar tunes as well as classical transcriptions. For more information, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and students.
Back Bay Ringers
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West Parish of Barnstable

The Back Bay Ringers and Salem State University are pleased to host nationally-renowned composer and clinician Michael Helman for a full day of workshop sessions on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Topics, appropriate for ringers and directors of all levels, include: • Reading session of "Michael's Favorites" • Bringing the Notes to Life: A Composer's Point of View • Movement and Musicality • Arranging in a Pinch • Master Class with Back Bay Ringers Registration is $55 before May 15, and includes participation in all workshop sessions as well as a snack break and one complimentary admission to BBR's June 7 concert, "Reflections," featuring the world premiere of Michael Helman's "Sonata in Baroque Style."
Back Bay Ringers
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Recital Hall, Salem State University

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Free Workshop on the Interpretation of Baroque Organ Music, for beginners and more advanced organists. With John Skelton C.B. Fisk organ - Opus 137
John Skelton
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Christ Church

On Saturday, April 26, at 3pm, the choirs of the Colleges of Worcester Consortium will be presenting their triennial joint choral concert. Participating choruses are from Assumption College, Clark University, College of the Holy Cross, WPI, and Worcester State College. Every three years the college choruses join together to present a choral masterwork with professional orchestra and soloists at Worcester's most historic and acoustically perfect venue, Mechanics Hall, 321 Main St., Worcester, MA. This year's Masterwork is the Requiem by French composer Maurice Durufle. Each conductor prepares his or her own chorus, and there are several joint rehearsals before the performance. The conductor at the podium changes every 3 years. This year it will be Dr. Christie Nigro, Professor of Music at Worcester State University. Soloists will be Erika Hennings, mezzo-soprano, and Rene de la Garza, bass. Featured organist will be Abraham Ross, organ scholar at the College of the Holy Cross.
Consortium Choirs: Assumption, Clark, College of the Holy Cross, WPI, Worcester State, conducted by Dr. Christie Nigro
Works by Maurice Durufle
Mechanics Hall
Tickets may be ordered through Mechanics
Contact: Mechanics Hall 508-752-5608
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Spring Pops with choirs, soloists, and band. Mamma Mia, Oklahoma, Niedmann's Five New England Songs, patriotic medley, and more.
Choirs, soloists, and band. Peter Niedmann, music director
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Church of Christ, Congregational (UCC)

Contact: 860-666-4689
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Maestro William Boughton and the New Haven Symphony again bring their unique artistry to the Hartford audience, this time with a performance of Johannes Brahms’ timeless and ultimately comforting Requiem. Joined by the New England Conservatory Choir and soloists Danielle Barger, soprano and Joshua Quinn, baritone, this concert offers a unique opportunity to hear a first-rate orchestra in a rare Hartford appearance, performing one of the most beloved works in the standard repertoire. There is no admission charge for concerts at the Cathedral, but a free-will offering will be gratefully accepted. There is ample secure parking available.
The New Haven Symphony Orchestra, The New England Conservatory Choir, William Boughton, conducting
Works by Johannes Brahms
The Cathedral of Saint Joseph

Contact: musicoffice@cathedralofsaintjoseph.com
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Organists Margaret Angelini, David Cronin, Harry Kelton and Geoff Wieting will play the historic 1854 pipe organ in concert. A guest instrumental quartet will complete the roster of performers.

Works by Stanley, Pinkham, Buxtehude, Franck, others
St Thomas Aquinas Church

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Silent Movie with live organ accompaniment
Chandler Noyes
Works by Original Imporovisation
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
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Bruhns, Praeludium in G; van den Kerckhoven, Fantasie in d; Buxtehude, Toccata in d; Müthel, Fantasie in F; Christ, Glocken; Böhm, Vater unser and Partita on Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele; Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV 566
Philipp Christ, Suhl, Germany
Works by Bruhns, van den Kerckhoven, Buxtehude, Müthel, Christ, Böhm, Bach
First Lutheran Church

Contact: Balint Karosi
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A concert featuring the Eliot Church Choir, The Eliot Singers, soloists and orchestra performing Vivaldi\'s \"other\" GLORIA in D, RV 588 along with choral and instrumental works by Monteverdi, Gabrieli, Galuppi, Lotti, Albinoni, and Cavalli. see <a href="http://eliotchurch.org" target="_blank">http://eliotchurch.org</a>
Charles Raines, conductor; The Eliot Church Choir; The Eliot Singers, baroque orchestra
Works by Monteverdi, G. Gabrieli, Lotti, Vivaldi, Cavalli, Albinoni, Galuppi
The Eliot Church of Newton

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A concert featuring the Eliot Church Choir, The Eliot Singers, soloists and orchestra performing Vivaldi's "other" GLORIA in D, RV 588 along with choral and instrumental works by Monteverdi, Gabrieli, Galuppi, Lotti, Albinoni, and Cavalli.
Charles Raines, conductor; The Eliot Church Choir; The Eliot Singers, baroque orchestra
Works by Monteverdi, G. Gabrieli, Lotti, Vivaldi, Cavalli, Albinoni, Galuppi
The Eliot Church of Newton

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Burlington’s United Church of Christ Congregational will host a recital by organist Sam Nelson on Sunday, May 18 at 3 p.m. in the church sanctuary at 6 Lexington St. in Burlington. The program will feature organ music by Bach, Vierne, and Widor. Sam Nelson is a recent Gordon College graduate who started as a church organist at the age of 13. He was a finalist in the Rodgers North American Classical Organ Competition and won second prize at the Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival, both in 2012. He is currently the organist and choirmaster at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Lynnfield. In his spare time he is the keyboard player and backup vocalist for the local rock cover band, Somerset. Nelson is known for his unique interpretations and energetic performances. This event is free to the public. Donations will be accepted and will help support the church’s music fund. The United Church of Christ Congregational in Burlington believes that God is speaking in a diversity of voic
Samuel Nelson
Works by Bach, Vierne, Widor
United Church of Christ, Congregational

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Spring Concert: Francophilia! The Advent Choir presents music of the Franco-Flemish school including the complete Missa de Beata Virgine of Josquin Desprez and contrasting motets by modern French composer, Pierre Villette. A late work, probably composed or assembled around 1510, Josquin Desprez’s Missa de Beata Virgine was the most popular of his masses in the 16th century. It has been suggested that popularity of this mass in the 16th century may be due to its “sensuously appealing” surface texture, one which foreshadows the music of later composers such as Cristóbal Morales and Nicolas Gombert. Modern composer Pierre Villette’s music also presents the listener with a “sensuously appealing” texture, but uses a warm and particularly French twentieth-century language that is influenced not only by Gregorian chant, but also by the music of Fauré, Debussy, Poulenc and Messiaen. A Gala Reception will follow in Moseley Hall. Suggested donation at the door: $15 / $10.
Mark Dwyer & Ross Wood
Works by Dezprez, Villette, Senfl
The Church of the Advent
Tickets available at the door
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Concert by the 175-voice, internationally acclaimed choir from St. Michael's Cathedral, Toronto, Canada.

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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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Concert by the 175-voice, internationally acclaimed choir from St. Michael\'s Cathedral, Toronto, Canada.

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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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Join us to celebrate the triumphant return of the Kotzschmar Organ after a two-year renovation! Featuring Peter Richard Conte, Grand Court Organist of Macy's Wanamaker Organ in Philadelphia; Ray Cornils, Portland's Municipal Organist; and the Kotzschmar Festival Brass.
Peter Richard Conte, Ray Cornils, Kotzschmar Festival Brass
Works by Newly commissioned work by Carson Cooman, other programming TBA.
Merrill Auditorium
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Join Ray Cornils and FOKO Docents forÊa tour of our beloved, renovated Kotzschmar! Ray will demonstrate the subtleties and grandeur of this magnificent instrument and youÕll get the chance to walk inside the Universal Windchest.
Ray Cornils, Kotzschmar Organ
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Merrill Auditorium

Contact: 207-553-4363
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Join municipal organist Ray Cornils and FOKO docents for a behind the scenes view of the magnificent Kotzschmar Organ. YouÕll hear the various sounds and colors of this Austin symphonic pipe organ and see the state of the art console that is the Òbrain behind the instrument.Ó Learn the intricate workings of the pipe organ and actually walk inside the windchest.
Ray Cornils, Kotzschmar Organ
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Merrill Auditorium

Contact: 207-553-4363
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Join municipal organist Ray Cornils and FOKO docents for a behind the scenes view of the magnificent Kotzschmar Organ. YouÕll hear the various sounds and colors of this Austin symphonic pipe organ and see the state of the art console that is the Òbrain behind the instrument.Ó Learn the intricate workings of the pipe organ and actually walk inside the windchest.
Ray Cornils, Kotzschmar Organ
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Merrill Auditorium

Contact: 207-553-4363
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An ever-popular Kotzschmar event, The Phantom of the Opera (1925) returns with Tom Trenney, organist. Pre-concert activities begin at 6:00 p.m. and include a costume contest for children and the Òinner childÓ in all of us!
Tom Trenney
Works by Improvisation
Merrill Auditorium
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Contact: 207-553-4363
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Join Ray Cornils and area organists and choirs for an inspirational afternoon of great hymn singing. In collaboration with the Portland Chapter of the American Guild of Organists and the Salvation Army.
Ray Cornils
Works by Various, TBA
Merrill Auditorium

Contact: 207-553-4363
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Join Ray Cornils, Portland's Municipal Organist, for his 25th Christmas with Cornils concert.Ê Hear the triumphant sounds of the newly renovated organ and experience the brilliance!
Ray Cornils, Kotzschmar Festival Brass, Parish Ringers, Musica de Filia
Works by TBA
Merrill Auditorium
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Family concert with pre-concert activities and post-concert organ tours.
Peter Krasinski, organist; Christina Siravo, illustrator
Works by TBA
Merrill Auditorium
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Presenting Nize PeopleÊand The GolemÊin collaboration with the Maine Jewish Film Festival.
Peter Krasinski
Works by Improvisation
Merrill Auditorium
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Contact: 207-553-4363
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A Church Pageant Celebrating the Great Physician & Musician, Albert Schweitzer with Music of J.S. Bach Playwright and Director, PD Littlefield; Musical Direction, Kathleen Adams
PD Littlefield, Kathleen Adams, John Hicks, the Village Church Schola Cantorum
Works by J. S. Bach
Annisquam Village Church

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Dennis Schmidt, organist and Sue Hoaglund, violinist. Music of Hans Leo Hassler, Franz Tunder, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Gottfried August Homilius, Christoph Willibald Gluck, Heinz Wilhelm Ernst, Thomas Attwood Walmisley, Joseph Guy Ropartz and Richard Strauss
Dennis Schmidt, organist and Sue Hoaglund, violinist
Works by Hassler, Tunder, CPE Bach, Homilius, Gluck, Ernst, Walmisley, Ropartz, R. Strauss
Peace Dale Congregational Church

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The final concert in BCE's 2013/14 season is entitled "Cosmic Journey" and comprises a number of pieces related to the heavens and celestial bodies ranging from Zvonimir Nagy's evocative Eternal peace, to Trond Kverno's setting of the Ave Maris Stella. It will also feature the extraordinary Lux Aeterna by György Ligeti (popularized by the movie 2001: A space odyssey) and Ēriks Ešenvalds Stars for double choir and tuned water glasses. We are honored and delighted that these concerts will be held in the Hayden Planetarium in Boston's Science Museum and will include a spectacular visual depiction of the music. Tickets for this event are only available through the BCE web site. Please note space is limited, so book early. <a href="http://www.bostonchoral.org/concerts/cosmic-journey" target="_blank">http://www.bostonchoral.org/concerts/cosmic-journey</a>
Boston Choral Ensemble/Andrew Shenton, Artistic Director
Works by Esenvalds, Evans, Felciano, Gjeilo, Hampton, Ligeti, Nagy, Part, Squatrito, Stroope, Wadsworth
Hayden Planetarium, Museum of Science
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The final concert in BCE\'s 2013/14 season is entitled \"Cosmic Journey\" and comprises a number of pieces related to the heavens and celestial bodies ranging from Zvonimir Nagy\'s evocative Eternal peace, to Trond Kverno\'s setting of the Ave Maris Stella. It will also feature the extraordinary Lux Aeterna by György Ligeti (popularized by the movie 2001: A space odyssey) and Ēriks Ešenvalds Stars for double choir and tuned water glasses. We are honored and delighted that these concerts will be held in the Hayden Planetarium in Boston\'s Science Museum and will include a spectacular visual depiction of the music. Tickets for this event are only available through the BCE web site. Please note space is limited, so book early. <a href="http://www.bostonchoral.org/concerts/cosmic-journey" target="_blank">http://www.bostonchoral.org/concerts/cosmic-journey</a>
Boston Choral Ensemble/Andrew Shenton, Artistic Director
Works by Esenvalds, Evans, Felciano, Gjeilo, Hampton, Ligeti, Nagy, Part, Squatrito, Stroope, Wadsworth
Hayden Planetarium, Museum of Science
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Andrea Toschi, organist from Padua, Italy, will make his USA debut. A musical tour of Italy featuring works by Frescobaldi, Arresti, Pasquini and Valerj as well as 300th birthday tribute to C. P. E. Bach
Andrea Toschi, organist
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College of the Holy Cross

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Organist Liuwe Tamminga and cornetto virtuoso Bruce Dickey will present a program of virtuoso early music for cornetto and organ.
Liuwe Tamminga, organ and Bruce Dickey, cornetto
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College of the Holy Cross

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New appointed Oberlin Conservatory of Music organ professor, Jonathan Moyer, will be making his Holy Cross debut.
Jonathan Moyer, organist
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College of the Holy Cross

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Premier of a Holy Cross commission: Mass in Honor of Pope Francis by Christopher Willcock, SJ; the program will also feature compositions for solo organ and choir by Rev. Willcock. Performers will include the Holy Cross Schola Cantorum, the Holy Cross College Choir, organist Abraham Ross and conductors James David Christie and David Harris.
Music of Christopher Willcock, SJ
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College of the Holy Cross

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William Porter will close the 2014-2015 Holy Cross Chapel Artists Series. His program will feature several improvisations in various historic styles.
William Porter, organist
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College of the Holy Cross

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International Artist Series: Thomas Baugh plays works of Mendelssohn, Gibbons, Bach, Faure and Reger this Friday at 8 pm. Figuring prominently in the program is the Pelléas et Mélisande, Suite, Op. 80 by Gabriel Fauré. Tom writes: "During the summer of 2004, as the Fisk voicers produced the beautiful foundation stops, strings, and reeds of their opus 124 at Christ Church in Roanoke, I was reminded of this music and set about transcribing it for the newly minted voices. This transcription in the French symphonic style reflects many years of study on the 1880 Cavaillé-Coll organ at the Church of St. Francois de Sales in Lyon." Bach's Trio Sonata IV, Toccata and Fugue in F, and the Fantasia on the Chorale, "Wachet auf! ruft uns die Stimme" of Max Reger are also included. Validated parking at the Charles River Garage at 175 Cambridge St. <a href="http://oldwestorgansociety.org/international-artist-series/" target="_blank">http://oldwestorgansociety.org/international-artist-series/</a>
Thomas Baugh
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Old West Church
General $20, Seniors $15 & Students $10
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This Sunday, May 18 at 4 pm we're celebrating 25 years of our C. B. Fisk organ "Opus 97" being installed and used. Thomas Baugh from Roanoke Virginia will be playing works of Mendelssohn, Gibbons, Bach, Pinkham, Hancock and Franck. The program is free and open to the public. There is a reception to follow. St. John's Church is located at 48 Middle Street, in Gloucester and there is a parking lot opposite 18 Washington Street. The church is handicap accessible. <a href="http://www.stjohnsgloucester.org" target="_blank">http://www.stjohnsgloucester.org</a>

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St. John's Episcopal Church

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An organ recital on the beautiful Hook & Hastings organ at the Nahant Village Church. The program will feature organ music by Bach, Buxtehude, John Knowles Paine, Douglas Major, and Louis Vierne. Proceeds from the recital support the Nahant Village Church and Nahant Music Festival. A festive reception will follow. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at <a href="http://www.nahantmusicfestival.org" target="_blank">www.nahantmusicfestival.org</a> Mary Jodice Fiske, organist
Mary Jodice Fiske
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Nahant Village Church

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An organ recital on the beautiful Hook & Hastings organ at the Nahant Village Church. The program will feature organ music by Bach, Buxtehude, John Knowles Paine, Douglas Major, and Louis Vierne. Proceeds from the recital support the Nahant Village Church and Nahant Music Festival. A festive reception will follow. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at <a href="http://www.nahantmusicfestival.org" target="_blank">www.nahantmusicfestival.org</a> Mary Jodice Fiske, organist
Mary Jodice Fiske
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Nahant Village Church

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At 4:30 pm, Ross Wood plays the monumental Symphonie Romane by Charles-Marie Widor on The Church of the Advent's historic 1936 Aeolian-Skinner organ designed by G. Donald Harrison. Following the recital, at 5:00 pm, the Choir of The Church of the Advent, led by Mark Dwyer, will sing Evensong, featuring the Magnificat super "Surrexit Pastor bonus" by Michael Praetorius, and Surrexit a mortuis by Widor. After the Evensong, join us for a glass of wine, a light soup supper and a talk: "Tales from the Organ Lofts of Paris" presented by Ross Wood. There are some inspiring, humorous, and occasionally scandalous stories; freshly inspired by the Widor Symphonie, Ross promises to reveal all.
Ross Wood, Organist / The Advent Choir, Mark Dwyer Choirmaster
Works by Praetorius, Palestrina, Rose, Widor
The Church of the Advent

Contact: dwyer@theadventboston.org
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This January, five piano students were awarded Young Organists Initiative scholarships to study the organ. Hear the fruits of their work in this noon time (35 minute) recital on Fisk Opus 44! Alan Chen, Anand Fedele, Christopher Glynn, Micaiah Jones, and Alexander Pattavina
Young Organists Initiative Scholarship Winners
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King's Chapel

This January, five piano students were awarded Young Organists Initiative scholarships to study the organ. Hear the fruits of their work in this noon time (35 minute) recital on Fisk Opus 44! Alan Chen, Anand Fedele, Christopher Glynn, Micaiah Jones, and Alexander Pattavina
Young Organists Initiative Scholarship Winners
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King's Chapel

MENAGERIE: Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus’ 1st Annual All Choirs Festival Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus, the prime choir school in Northwest Connecticut, is delighted to present the 1st annual All Choirs Festival featuring current members of our choirs, fellow choral alumni, and select middle-high school students from local schools. The festival activities will give all involved the opportunity to connect with old friends and make new friends while singing together and performing in concert. MENAGERIE celebrates a zoological theme through music. Our choirs will bark, meow, chirp, and roar with the songs of all creatures, big and small. Don’t miss this sonic zoo right in your own neighborhood! Following the concert, there will be a reception for all choristers, family and friends. Come be a part of our Menagerie! June 7th at 4 pm, at Trinity Episcopal Church, in Torrington.
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus, with select local students and alumni
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Trinity Episcopal Church

Contact: Joyful Noise, Inc.
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Come join us for an afternoon of choral favorites, including works by Bach, Britten, Casals, Poulenc, de Severac, Stopford, Victoria, and Wood.
St. John's Parish Choir, St. John's Schola Cantorum, Sean Redrow, Director
Works by Bach, Britten, Casals, Poulenc, de Severac, Stopford, Wood, Victoria
Church of St. John the Evangelist

Contact: Sean Redrow
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Following the traditional Noack practice, we will host a free "Recital at the Organ Shop" to celebrate our latest opus (Opus 157) before it is installed at Christ Lutheran Church, Louisville, Kentucky. Ian Watson will perform on the 21-stop, two manual tracker organ. Ian Watson is Music Director and Organist at the First Parish in Lincoln, MA. He is currently principal keyboard player with the Handel and Haydn Society Orchestra and Artistic Director of Arcadia Players Baroque Orchestra.
Ian Watson
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Noack Organ Company

Andrus Madsen, organist and Julia McKenzie, violin play works of Georg Muffat, Johann Christoph Pez, Johann Pachelbel, Johann Caspar Fischer and Heinrich Biber in a FREE summer concert. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church

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Susanna Valleau plays music of Guilmant, Brahms, Bach, Bohm and Marcel Lanquetuit in a FREE summer concert. Ms Valleau is a graduate of Lawrence Conservatory and the University of Washington and lives in Seattle. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>
Susanna Valleau
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Old West Church

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Dennis Chan plays music of Buxtehude, Ashdown, Albirght, Bovet and J. S. Bach a FREE summer concert. Mr. Chan is from Hong Kong and has studied there, and at Wesleyan and Harvard Universities. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href=\"http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org\" target=\"_blank\">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church

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Reiko Okamoto plays music of Couperin, Buxtehude, Sakamoto and Bach in a FREE summer concert. Ms. Okamoto was born in Japan and studied at Ferris University and is assistant organist at Christ Church, Andover MA. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church

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Thomas Pousont plays music of Bach, Byrd and Felix Mendelssohn in a FREE summer concert. Mr. Pousont is Director of Music ant First Church of Deerfield, MA. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church

Abraham Ross plays music of deGrigny, Frescobaldi, Bach, Langlais and Messiaen in a FREE summer concert. Mr. Ross is a native of Maine where he studied with Kevin Birch and is now organ scholar at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church

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Douglas Witte plays music of Schildt, Sweelinck and Buxtehude. Mr. Witte studied organ in Boston and Amsterdam and is musician at St. John's, Charlestown MA. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church

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Matthew Hall plays music of Bach including 4 settings of Allein Gott, the Fantasia and Fugue in C minor and the Prelude and Fugue in Eb in a FREE summer concert. Mr. Hall studied at the University of Leeds (UK) and Harvard, Boston University and Cornell. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church

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Andrew Senn plays music of Willscher, Mozart, Reger and Bach in a FREE summer concert. Mr. Senn is Director of Music at First Presbyterian in Philadelphia and studied at the Curtis Institute. The series offers programming every Tuesday night during July and August. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>

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Old West Church

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Boston Choral Ensemble (BCE) is pleased to announce an encore performance of “Cosmic Journey” at the Hayden Planetarium at the Boston Museum of Science. The Boston Musical Intelligencer describes the first performances, which culminated in standing ovations, as a “stunning success” in a “particularly compelling” venue. This “marriage… of well-crafted sound and thoughtful programming” is a combination of live choral singing with a visual tour of the stars and planets. The final concert in BCE's 2013/14 season, entitled "Cosmic Journey", comprises a number of pieces related to the heavens and celestial bodies ranging from Zvonimir Nagy's evocative Eternal peace, to Arvo Pärt’s Morning Star. It will also feature the extraordinary Lux Aeterna by György Ligeti (popularized by the movie 2001: A space odyssey) and Ēriks Ešenvalds’ Stars for double choir and tuned water glasses. Tickets for this event are only available through BCE’s website. Please note tha
Boston Choral Ensemble/Andrew Shenton
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Charles Hayden Planetarium, The Museum of Science
bostonchoral.org/tickets
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Enjoy an evening of singing with a friendly group this summer! Under the Artistic Direction of Malcolm Halliday and accompanied by Brett Maguire, we will study both works and then sing through them with local soloists. Please bring scores if you own them; additional scores will be provided at no charge. Light refreshments will be served during a short break. Haydn's Missa brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo is often called the "little organ mass" and will also feature an English portatif organ for the organ solo lines in the Benedictus with soprano solo. Schubert's ever popular Mass in G is justly celebrated for its beautiful melodies and the poetic qualities so characteristic of the Viennese composer. A precocious creation, the mass was written when the composer was only 18 years old.
Master Singers of Worcester, Artistic Director Malcolm Halliday
Works by Schubert, Haydn
First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury

Contact: www.mswma.org
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Internationally known organ virtuoso Joyce Jones
Dr. Joyce Jones
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Ogunquit Baptist Church

Contact: pastorobc@hotmail.com
Abraham Ross, Organ Scholar, will present Messa Della Madonna of Girolamo Frescobaldi within a mass at St. Joseph Memorial Chapel at College of the Holy Cross. This liturgy will represent the final presentation for Abraham’s summer research project, which studied and prepared for a historical performance of Fiori Musicali. The mass will incorporate each of the pieces, versets, and chants in their appropriate context. Mass parts will be performed in alternatim with a schola gregoriana, who will be joined by tenor Michael Calmes. Admission is free, all are invited to attend.
Abraham Ross
Works by Girolamo Frescobaldi
St. Joseph Memorial Chapel at College of the Holy Cross

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The Maryland State Boychoir, under the direction of Stephen Holmes and Joseph Shortall, will present a concert on Wednesday, July 30th at Trinity Church, Newport. The performance will showcase the Concert Choir and encompass a wide range of choral selections. The program will include classical and contemporary choral works (sacred and secular), spirituals, gospel, and show tunes. The concert is free and open to the public. <a href="http://www.marylandstateboychoir.org" target="_blank">http://www.marylandstateboychoir.org</a>

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Trinity Episcopal Church, Newport

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Christa Rakich, accompanied by cellist Kathleen Schiano and flutist Greig Shearer, will play Bach, Franck, Bohm, Woodman and others for the dedication concert of the new Richards, Fowkes & Co organ at the Somers Congregational Church.
Christa, Rakich, organ Greig Shearer, Flute Kathleen Schiano, Cello
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Somers Congregational Church

Contact: somerscong@somerscongregational.org
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Christa Rakich, accompanied by cellist Kathleen Schiano and flutist Greig Shearer, will play Bach, Franck, Bohm, Woodman and others for the dedication concert of the new Richards, Fowkes & Co organ at Somers Congregational Church.
Christa, Rakich, organ Greig Shearer, Flute Kathleen Schiano, Cello
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Somers Congregational church

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Noted Italian organist Andrea Toschi plays music of Bossi, Capocci, Neglia, Respighi, Debussy, Becheri, and Padova on the 2005 Juget-Singlair organ (Op. 24) at St. Andrew's in Wellesley.

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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

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Pipes on the Plaza-Organ Concerts at The Mother Church <a href="http://christianscience.com/church-of-christ-scientist/the-mother-church-in-boston-ma-usa/explore-the-christian-science-plaza/music-on-the-plaza/pipes-on-the-plaza-2014-organ-concerts" target="_blank">http://christianscience.com/church-of-christ-scientist/the-mother-church-in-boston-ma-usa/explore-the-christian-science-plaza/music-on-the-plaza/pipes-on-the-plaza-2014-organ-concerts</a>

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The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ Scientist

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A Recital to Benefit the Skinner Organ Restoration at All Saints', Ashmont William Porter, organist At Memorial Church, Harvard University Sunday, September 21 at 4:00 pm On the Skinner Organ (Opus 793): Camille Saint-Saëns: Fantaisie in E-flat major Charles Tournemire: Epihania Domini (Prélude à l'Introit, Offertoire, Élévation, Communion, Postlude) Marcel Dupré: Prélude and Fugue in g minor On the C.B. Fisk Organ (Opus 139): Charles-Marie Widor: Symphonie Romane All donations will directly benefit the ongoing restoration and installation of Skinner Organ (Opus 708) at the Parish of All Saints, Ashmont.
William Porter
Works by Camille Saint-Saëns, Charles Tournemire, Marcel Dupré, Charles-Marie Widor
The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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CELEBRATION CONCERT Friday, Sept. 5 - 7:30 p.m. A Celebration Concert opens the festival, featuring the three adjudicators for the competition: Diane Meredith Belcher, Charles Callahan and Ken Cowan, who will play selections of their choosing, along with the glorious sounds of the Festival Choir, all under the direction of David Spicer, Minister of Music, and co-founder of the Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival. An offering will be received. Childcare is available for ages 8 and under. A RECEPTION WILL FOLLOW. ORGAN COMPETITION Saturday, Sept. 6 High School Division - 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Clara Gerdes, Richard Gress and Alexander Pattavina. Young Professional Division - 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm. Evan Cogswell, Brian Glikes and Nicholas Quardokus. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP Sunday, Sept. 7 - 8:45 and 10:30 a.m. Finalists will participate in the morning's two traditional worship services. They will pro
David Spicer, Diane Meredith Belcher, Charles Callahan and Ken Cowan
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First Church of Christ
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Organ recital by Thomas Sheehan, Assistant Organist and Choirmaster, The Memorial Church
Thomas Sheehan
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by John Robinson, Director of Music, The Church of St. Paul and St. Paul’s Choir School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
John Robinson
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by Stuart Forster, Director of Music and Organist, Christ Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Stuart Forster
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by Christopher Marks, Assistant Professor of Organ, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Christopher Marks
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Anthony Hammond, English Concert Organist and Cochereau Biographer, presents a lecture-recital on the life and music of Pierre Cochereau
Anthony Hammond
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by Crista Miller, Director of Music and Cathedral Organist, Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston, Texas
Crista Miller
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by Michael Kraft, Director of Music, The Dover Church, Dover, Massachusetts, Executive Vice President, C. B. Fisk, Inc.
Michael Kraft
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by Brink Bush, Minister of Music, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Beverly Farms, Massachusetts
Brink Bush
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by Carson Cooman, Composer in Residence, The Memorial Church; with Andy Kozar, trumpet
Carson Cooman and Andy Kozar
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by Caroline Robinson, Curtis Institute of Music and Eastman School of Music
Caroline Robinson
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by Jonathan Ortloff; President, Ortloff Organ Company
Jonathan Ortloff
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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Organ recital by members of the Harvard Organ Society
Members of the Harvard Organ Society
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University

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A graduate student at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music and the Yale School of Music, Wyatt Smith returns to Music at Trinity for his second concert. In observance of Reformation Day, Wyatt Smith plays a concert entitled "J. S. Bach and the Lutheran Legacy" Featuring organ works by J.S. Bach including several chorale preludes and the bold and intense “Toccata in F.” A reception follows the concert.
Wyatt Smith
Works by J.S. Bach
Trinity Lutheran Church

Contact: www.trinityworc.org
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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Timothy Zimmerman, Associate Director of Music & Organist at St. Ignatius Church, Chestnut Hill, MA, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church's 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Timothy Zimmerman
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Christ Church Cambridge

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Thomas Sheehan, Assistant University Organist & Choirmaster at The Memorial Church, Harvard University, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church's 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Thomas Sheehan
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Christ Church Cambridge

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Steven Young, Professor of Music at Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church's 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Steven Young
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Christ Church Cambridge

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Steven Young, Professor of Music at Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church\'s 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Steven Young
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Christ Church Cambridge

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Members of the Harvard Organ Society will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church's 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Members of the Harvard Organ Society
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Christ Church Cambridge

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Ian Tomesch, Music Director & Organist at Berkeley Divinity School, and Organ Scholar at Christ Church, New Haven, CT, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church's 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Ian Tomesch
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Christ Church Cambridge

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Wyatt Smith from the Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University, New Haven, CT, will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church's 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Wyatt Smith
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Christ Church Cambridge

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Sacred Cello & Piano is the first of five concerts presented by Sacred Music at the Red Door. An afternoon of sublime chamber music in a beautiful setting. Join Tanya Anisimova and Pi-Hsun Shih, the Duo Bona Fide, as they present music by Prokofiev, Schumann, and Chopin. Start your week with beautiful music – you’ll be glad you did! <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/</a>
Duo Bona Fide (Tanya Anisimova and Pi-Hsun Shih)
Works by Prokofiev, Schumann, Chopin
St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/
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Advent Procession of Lessons & Carols is second of five concerts presented by Sacred Music at the Red Door. A beautiful respite from the stresses of December. The St. John’s Adult and Youth Choirs present the advent message of anticipation and grace through meditative anthems, poignant readings, and carols sung by the gathered congregation – all in the grand English style. Join us as the St. John’s Choirs proceed literally and symbolically from darkness into light. <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/</a>
St. John's Youth and Adult Choirs; Scott Lamlein, organist/choirmaster
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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: http://www.reddoormusic.org/
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Silent Film Screening: Steamboat Bill Jr. is the third of five concerts presented by Sacred Music at the Red Door. With live piano accompaniment by acclaimed pianist Patrick Miller, enjoy this screening of a classic Buster Keaton silent film, Steamboat Bill Jr. <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/</a>
Patrick Miller, Silent Film Pianist
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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: http://www.reddoormusic.org/
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Choral Music for the Soul is the fourth of five concerts presented by Sacred Music at the Red Door. The St. John’s Choirs present sublime choral works from Vienna, and from the Anglican and American choral tradition, with chamber orchestra and organ. Disconnect from the outside world, and connect with the sacred, in this concert that includes Schubert’s beautiful Mass in G, Mozart’s Ave Verum Corpus, and many other beautiful works. <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/</a>
St. John's Youth & Adult Choirs; Scott Lamlein, Organist/Choirmaster
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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: http://www.reddoormusic.org
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Hot Cat Jazz Band is the fifth and final concert of the 2014-15 season presented by Sacred Music at the Red Door. An evening of Dixieland jazz! Join us in the marvelous acoustics of St. John’s Church for a foot-tapping delight. Standards, old-time hymns, and fun abound. The Hot Cat Jazz Band was founded in 1990 by Wethersfield trumpeter Ross Tucker, and has a huge repertoire of jazz that they perform at parties, events, and worship services. The Hot Cats pride themselves in presenting a very wide range of styles to please all ages. Their repertoire includes Swing standards of George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Duke Ellington; Big band hits of Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey; Popular songs from the 1920?s; Hymns and Worship songs; and New Orleans Dixieland favorites. <a href="http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/" target="_blank">http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/</a>
Hot Cat Jazz Band (Ross Tucker, Tom Boates, Andy Sherwood, Steve Trombley, Donn Doucette, Tom Palinko)
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St. John's Episcopal Church

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The Thursday lunchtime series continues weekly this term at a new location, Christ Church, Cambridge (Zero Garden St.). Boston-area organist Mary Fiske will be playing. Join us for a thirty minute concert on Christ Church's 2006 Schoenstein -- weekly, promptly at 12:15. Sponsored by the Harvard Organ Society, The Memorial Church at Harvard University and Christ Church, Cambridge.
Mary Fiske
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Christ Church Cambridge

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works include Messe pour les Pariosses of François Couperin with plainchant versets, and Symphony in G - Leo Sowerby
James Busby
Works by Aaron Copland, François Couperin, Leo Sowerby
S. Stephen's Church

Symphony no. 5, Louis Vierne
John Robinson
Works by Vierne
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Sonata no. 1, Guilmant
Jonathan Wessler
Works by Guilmant
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Music for Lent
Forrest Eimold
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St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Meditations sur le Mystere de la Sainte Trinite, Messiaen
Forrest Eimold
Works by Messiaen
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Contemporary Organ Music
Forrest Eimold
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St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Meistersinger Overture, Wagner
Jonathan Wessler
Works by Franck, Wagner
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Nationally acclaimed organist Chris Houlihan will return to his home town to perform on the new Richard, Fowkes organ at the Somers Congregational Church. He will perform works of Bach, Sowerby, Vierne, and Widor.
Chris Houlihan
Works by Bach, Vierne, Widor, Sowerby
Somers Congregational Church

Contact: Bill Kirkpatrick
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The Choir of Christ the Redeemer will sing Choral Evensong with music by Malcolm Archer (Wells Service); Richard Ayleward (Preces and Responses); Jacob Handl (Duo Seraphim). Incense will be used. Free admission; free-will offering.
Choir of Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church; Daniel McKinley, organist & choirmaster
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Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church

Contact: Dan McKinley
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Monteverdi's seminal eighth book of madrigals--known as the Songs of Love and War--was published in 1638 and revolutionized the way music was written and heard as the Baroque era came into full bloom. But long before his stile concitato moved listeners with its bold and daring rhythms and harmonies, composers of previous generations had depicted scenes of passionate devotion and thrilling combat through their own emotive compositions. Acclaimed early vocal ensemble Exsultemus presents a program of seldom heard masterworks including settings of the Song of Songs by Lasso, Monteverdi, Zarlino, Lobo, Tollius, and Lymburgia; mass movements based on the supremely popular 15th-century L'homme arm (the armed man) tune by Vaqueras, Obrecht, Brumel, and Tinctoris; chansons and madrigals by Gombert, Verdelot, Luzzaschi, and Festa; and Clement Janequin's La Guerre, an outstanding musical reenactment of the 1515 battle of Marignan.
Exsultemus
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First Lutheran Church of Boston
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Contact: 857-998-0219
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Music for flute & organ by Bach, Fauré, Foote, Schocker, Vinci; for organ by Bastiaans, Foote, Parker, Whiting, Zundel. This concert celebrates the restoration of the William Stevens organ and St. Anna’s Chapel, both built in 1863 Admission is free - A reception hosted by St. Paul's and the MVAGO will follow the concert.
Joyce Painter Rice (organ) and Martha Woodward (flute)
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Trinity Choir sings choral works in the context of Sunday morning worship, including Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy’s cantata “If You But Trust in God to Guide You” and Hans Leo Hassler’s “Cantate Domino,” accompanied by strings and organ; featuring soprano soloist Elisabeth Gondek. Sunday Coffee Hour follows worship.
Trinity choir, John Weit, Cantor
Works by Mendelssohn: "If You But Trust in God to Guide You," Hassler: "Cantate Domino"
Trinity Lutheran Church

Marking the beginning of a new church year and the season of Advent, Trinity Choir and Trinity Choristers under the direction of John Weit, Cantor, leads evening worship full of music. Through readings and music we not only prepare for the season of Christmas, we also continue the church’s prayer that God comes to us in past, present and future. As the world enters a season of busyness, come sing and pray through music. Advent Lessons and Carols is a part of Trinity Church’s annual Advent Event; all are welcome to attend Advent wreath-making at 3 p.m. and a light supper following Lessons & Carols at 5:30 p.m.
Trinity Choir; Trinity Choristers; John WEit, Cantor
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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this one act opera tells the story of the three kings visit to a little boy on the way to Bethlehem. A family event not to be missed! Tickets for these performances are $15. Visit <a href="http://www.trinityworc.org" target="_blank">www.trinityworc.org</a> for more information on how to purchase tickets. FOUR PERFORMANCES January 9-11: Friday – 7:30 p.m.; Saturday 3 & 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 3 p.m.
Produced by Trinity Lutheran Church, 4th Wall Stage Company, and Greater Worcester Opera
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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Harmonie Transverse returns for an annual performance at Trinity. In addition to works written for and transcribed for flute ensemble, this concert includes work for flutes and organ. Under the direction of Jay V. Kast-Tuttle, these musicians, who are performers, teachers, parents, and artists, play a wide range of flutes providing a six octave range nearly covering the full range of a piano and an orchestra. A reception follows the concert.
Harmonie Transverse
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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Noted Lutheran Church Musician Mark Mummert leads a hymn festival in celebration of the season of Easter. Come to sing hymns familiar and new, ancient and fresh, that continue to shape the Christian church. With the choirs of Trinity Church and a massed choir from Lutheran congregations in Central Massachusetts. A reception follows the festival. <a href="http://trinityworc.org/music/music-at-trinity-series/hymn-festival-with-high-delight-hymns-for-the-fifty-days-of-easter/" target="_blank">http://trinityworc.org/music/music-at-trinity-series/hymn-festival-with-high-delight-hymns-for-the-fifty-days-of-easter/</a>
Mark Mummert
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Trinity Lutheran Church

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Gregory Castilla Zelek, a Julliard Student studying with internationally known organist Paul Jacobs, is this year’s artist for the twelfth annual tracker organ 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 19th at 4 pm. There is no charge, only a free will offering at the door.
Gregory Castilla Zelek
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Hampton Congregational Church

Contact: Hampton Congregational Church 860-455-9677
“Pipescreams” is back! A fun, free, family-friendly concert. Costumed organists play wild and spooky music. Video projection of the organists’ hands and feet, stage lighting, fog. Audience members are welcome to wear costumes. No applause allowed—just boos and hisses! Free-will donation goes to Hartford AGO young organists scholarship. Reception follows. Sponsored by the Hartford Chapter AGO and Church of Christ, Congregational (UCC). newingtonucc.org
Hartford-area organists
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Church of Christ, Congregational (UCC)

Contact: 860-666-4689
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The Trinity Choirs and Orchestra perform the Maurice Duruflé Requiem during the evening Eucharist on All Saints' Sunday. This luminous masterpiece of 20th-century music incorporates themes from medieval Gregorian chant into a spellbinding work that feels both timeless and strikingly modern.
Trinity Choirs and Orchestra
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week our recitalist is Wesley Hall of Spencer, MA.
Wesley Hall
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week our recitalist is Richard J. Clark of Boston, MA.
Richard J. Clark
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome James Wetzel of New York, NY.
James Wetzel
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Heinrich Christensen of Fredericia, Denmark.
Heinrich Christensen
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Iain Quinn of Cardiff, Wales.
Iain Quinn
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Jonathan Vaughn of Wells, England.
Jonathan Vaughn
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Steven Young of Bridgewater, MA.
Steven Young
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome our 2014-15 organ scholar, Adam Detzner of Silver Spring, MD.
Adam Detzner
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Abbey Siegfried of Andover, MA.
Abbey Siegfried
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Angela Kraft Cross of San Francisco, CA.
Angela Kraft Cross
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Julie Vidrick Evans of Washington, DC.
Julie Vidrick Evans
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Simon Jacobs of New Haven, CT.
Simon Jacobs
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Jordan Prescott of Greenville, NC.
Jordan Prescott
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Rodger Vine of Boston, MA.
Rodger Vine
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Katelyn Emerson of York, Maine.
Katelyn Emerson
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Raymond Nagem of New York, NY.
Raymond Nagem
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Jacob Street of North Reading, MA.
Jacob Street
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Brian Harlow of New York, NY.
Brian Harlow
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Karen Christianson of Cambridge, MA.
Karen Christianson
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Andrew Sheranian of Boston, MA.
Andrew Sheranian
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Harry Huff of Boston, MA.
Harry Huff
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Harold Stover of Portland, ME.
Harold Stover
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Thomas Sheehan of Philadelphia, PA.
Thomas Sheehan
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome our 2014-15 Organ Scholar, Adam Detzner of Silver Spring, MD.
Adam Detzner
Works by
Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Peter Berton of Hartford, CT.
Peter Berton
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Richard Gowers of Cambridge, England.
Richard Gowers
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Christopher Jennings of New York, NY.
Christopher Jennings
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Michael Smith of Philadelphia, PA.
Michael Smith
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Rosalind Mohnsen of Leigh, NE.
Rosalind Mohnsen
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Geoff Wieting of Boston, MA.
Geoff Wieting
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome John Robinson of Cambridge, MA.
John Robinson
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Amanda Mole of Holden, MA.
Amanda Mole
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Jerome Faucher of Lille, France.
Jerome Faucher
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Stephen Kalnoske of Damascus, MD.
Stephen Kalnoske
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome Trio Speranza of Chicago, IL.
Trio Speranza
Works by
Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join us on Friday afternoons at 12:15 pm for this weekly series of midday organ concerts featuring innovative programs by recitalists from across the United States and abroad. Admission is free, but we invite a donation of $10. This week we welcome our 2014-15 Organ Scholar, Adam Detzner of Silver Spring, MD.
Adam Detzner
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Luiz de Moura Castro is an internationally acclaimed performer and teacher who has recorded 45 albums and is included in the "World's Who's Who of Musicians." He made his debut at the age of nine in Rio de Janeiro and went on to perform with major symphonies and give solo recitals throughout Europe and the Americas. He is professor piano at The Hartt School, University of Hartford. His concert opens the 2014-2015 chamber music series presented by the Friends of Music at Emanuel.
Luiz de Moura Castro
Works by Franck, Liszt and Chopin
Emanuel Lutheran Church

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Since 2005, the quartet has performed chamber music for audiences across New England. Strong advocates of contemporary music, WESQ pairs new and uncommon repertoire with traditional works. As dedicated teachers, they lead the the chamber music program at Wesleyan University and members teach individually at colleges throughout the region.
West End String Quartet
Works by Mozart, Shostakovich and more
Emanuel Lutheran Church

Contact: friendsofMusicatEmanuel@gmail.com
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Presenting organ compositions by major American non-organist composers from the past twenty years, including a number of high profile commissions from AGO National Conventions. Works include the world premiere of a composition by John Anthony Lennon and the second performance of the monumental Barlow Prize composition "Exodus" by Aaron Travers.
Randall Harlow
Works by Lukas Foss, Jennifer Higdon, David Lang, John Anthony Lennon, Nico Muhly, Larry Polansky, Shulamit Ran, Joan Tower, Aaron Travers, George Walker and John Zorn
Harvard Memorial Church

Christ Church Cathedral presents a Sunday full of Bach - first a cantata in the morning service, and then a recital in the afternoon! Works will include BWV 106, Gottes Zeit its die allerbeste Zeit, and BWV 199, Mein Herze Schwimmt in Blut - as well as music from the German Lutheran liturgy, organ works of Bach played by Thomas Whitestone, and more!
Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Joshua Anand Slater, Music Director
Works by Johann Sebastian Bach
Christ Church Cathedral

Contact: 860-527-7231; www.cccathedral.org
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Jonathan Moyer, Oberlin Conservatory plays Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C of J. S. Bach, l’Ascension of Messiaen and the Premiere Symphony of Langlais. Free parking available at the Charles River Parking garage, 165 Cambridge St. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>
Jonathan Moyer
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Old West Church
Members $15
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Dexter Kennedy, Oberlin Conservatory. Free parking available at the Charles River Parking garage, 165 Cambridge St. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>
Dexter Kennedy
Works by
Old West Church
Members $15
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William Porter, Montreal. Free parking available at the Charles River Parking garage, 165 Cambridge St. <a href="http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org" target="_blank">http://www.oldwestorgansociety.org</a>
William Porter
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Old West Church
Members $15
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Farewell luncheon at 11:15 am Recital at 1:00 pm Public welcome at both and both free Contributions welcome for organ maintenance fund
George Bozeman, organist
Works by Karg-Elert, Franck, Amy Beach, Dubois
Christ Church United

Contact: 978 459 9631
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Works of German composers, including Bach, Mendelssohn, Rheinberger, and Distler. Jennifer Lester, director; Fred MacArthur, organ. <a href="http://www.oursaviourbrookline.org" target="_blank">www.oursaviourbrookline.org</a>

Works by Bach Mendelssohn Distler
Church of Our Saviour

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The Short Twentieth Century: Choral Music from 1914 to 1990, including works by Mauersberger, Parry, Howells, Weill, Vignieri, and Pärt. Jennifer Lester, music director; Heinrich Christensen, organ. <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a>
Jennifer Lester, Heinrich Christensen
Works by Pärt, Howells, Weill, Parry
Mission Church

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Choral settings of sacred poetry, including works of Thomas Bold, Carson Cooman, James Woodman, Jon Lautvik, Gerald Finzi. With Heinrich Christensen, organ.
Jennifer Lester, Heinrich Christensen
Works by Cooman, Woodman, Finzi
First Church (Congregational)

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Choral settings of sacred poetry, including works by Thomas Bold, Carson Cooman, Richard Clark, James Woodman, Gerald Finzi, and Jon Lautvik. <a href="http://www.seraphimsingers.org" target="_blank">www.seraphimsingers.org</a>
The Seraphim Singers, Jennifer Lester, director
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St Cecilia Parish

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Jerusalem: Holy, Disputed, Lamented; music inspired by the city at the center of three faiths. Works by Sumaya, Wangeheim, Rosenblatt, Ben-Chaim, and new works by Avner Dorman and Joseph Ness. With Kol Arev, chamber choir of Hebrew College. Jennifer Lester, Amy Lieberman, Lynn Torgove, directors; Heinrich Christensen, organ.
Seraphim Singers, Jennifer Lester, director
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First Church (Congregational)

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Twenty-fifth annual recital for the benefit of the restoration of Hook & Hastings Opus 801.
Thomas Murray - Yale University
Works by Weitz, Rheinberger, Bossi, Schumann and Widor
Holy Cross Cathedral

Contact: Cathedral Office: 617-542-5682
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CHRISTMAS ANGELICUS – “A New England Tradition”. </br> v Friday, December 12, 7:30pm, Simsbury United Methodist, Simsbury </br> v Sunday, December 14, 3:00pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Torrington </br> v Friday, December 19, 7:30pm St Michael’s Church, Litchfield </br> v Saturday, December 20, 6:00pm, St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church, Hartford </br> v Sunday, December 21, 4:00pm, Salisbury Congregational Church, Salisbury </br></br> Chorus Angelicus Seniors & Gaudeamus </br> John McDonough, narrator </br> Alan Murchie, organist </br> Gabriel Löfvall, director </br> </br> ‘Tis the time to make merry! Churches and chapels across Northwest Connecticut will once more ring with the music of the season, as this tradition continues to draw packed houses. Old and new arrangements of carols and seasonal songs will be craftily executed by the pure voices of Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus, along with traditional carols for the audience delight. Pic
Chorus Angelicus & Gaudeamus, John McDonough and Alan Murchie
Works by Mathias, Murchie, Niedmann, Halley
Multiple churches around the state
Priority $40, Students $10
Contact: www.chorusangelicus.org
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Mark Steinbach, Brown University Organist, will perform Bach, Gounod, Gigout, Schumann, and others on the 1903 Hutchings-Votey organ. <a href="http://www.brown.edu/campus-life/spiritual-life/chaplains/upcoming-events/halloween-midnight-organ-concert" target="_blank">http://www.brown.edu/campus-life/spiritual-life/chaplains/upcoming-events/halloween-midnight-organ-concert</a>
Mark Steinbach, Brown University Organist
Works by Bach, Gounod, Gigout, Schumann
Sayles Hall, Brown University

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Doug Cleveland will perform works of Bach, Percy Whitlock, Ken Yuki, and David Briggs on the 1903 Hutchings-VOtey Organ. <a href="http://www.brown.edu/campus-life/spiritual-life/chaplains/upcoming-events/e-j-lownes-memorial-recital-1" target="_blank">http://www.brown.edu/campus-life/spiritual-life/chaplains/upcoming-events/e-j-lownes-memorial-recital-1</a>
Doug Cleveland
Works by Bach, Percy Whitlock, Ken Yuki, David Briggs
Sayles Hall

Contact: 401-863-2344
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Transcriptions of Debussy's Petite Suite, Grieg's Holberg Suite, three of Dvorak's Slavonic Dances, and Franck's Grande Piece Symphonique will be on the program. Sponsored by the Guild of All Souls as part of their annual conference and meeting, this year held in cooperation with the Church of the Advent.
David Enlow
Works by Debussy, Franck, Grieg, Dvorak
the Church of the Advent

Join the Back Bay Ringers, one of New England's leading handbell ensembles, in celebrating the season with “Christmas Memories.” This year’s program consists of holiday favorites that evoke memories for the musicians, their friends, and their families. Selections will include traditional carols, such as "Silent Night" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem," holiday classics like "White Christmas," and the premiere of a new arrangement of "O Holy Night" by a former BBR musician. Tickets are $15 adults/$12 seniors and students. For more information and to purchase tickets online, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>.
Back Bay Ringers
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First Church Boston

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Join the Back Bay Ringers, one of New England's leading handbell ensembles, in celebrating the season with “Christmas Memories.” This year’s program consists of holiday favorites that evoke memories for the musicians, their friends, and their families. Selections will include traditional carols, such as "Silent Night" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem," holiday classics like "White Christmas," and the premiere of a new arrangement of "O Holy Night" by a former BBR musician. Tickets are $15 adults/$10 seniors and students. For more information and to purchase tickets online, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>.
Back Bay Ringers
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Maple Street Church

Join the Back Bay Ringers, one of New England's leading handbell ensembles, in celebrating the season with “Christmas Memories.” This year’s program consists of holiday favorites that evoke memories for the musicians, their friends, and their families. Selections will include traditional carols, such as "Silent Night" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem," holiday classics like "White Christmas," and the premiere of a new arrangement of "O Holy Night" by a former BBR musician. Tickets are $15 adults/$10 seniors and students. For more information and to purchase tickets online, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>.
Back Bay Ringers
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Wesley United Methodist Church

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Join the Back Bay Ringers, one of New England's leading handbell ensembles, in celebrating the season with “Christmas Memories.” This year’s program consists of holiday favorites that evoke memories for the musicians, their friends, and their families. Selections will include traditional carols, such as "Silent Night" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem," holiday classics like "White Christmas," and the premiere of a new arrangement of "O Holy Night" by a former BBR musician. For more information, please visit <a href=\"http://www.backbayringers.org\" target=\"_blank\">www.backbayringers.org</a>. Tickets are $15 adults/$14 seniors and students/$12 members/$8 children under 12. Tickets available for purchase online here at <a href=\"http://www.amazingthings.org\" target=\"_blank\">www.amazingthings.org</a>.
Back Bay Ringers
Works by
Amazing Things Arts Center
Members: $12; Children under 8: $8
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Join the Back Bay Ringers, one of New England's leading handbell ensembles, in celebrating the season with “Christmas Memories.” This year’s program consists of holiday favorites that evoke memories for the musicians, their friends, and their families. Selections will include traditional carols, such as "Silent Night" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem," holiday classics like "White Christmas," and the premiere of a new arrangement of "O Holy Night" by a former BBR musician. For more information and to purchase tickets online, please visit <a href="http://www.backbayringers.org" target="_blank">www.backbayringers.org</a>. Tickets are $15 adults/$10 seniors and students; they will be available at the door.
Back Bay Ringers
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First Parish in Waltham

Music (both sacred and secular) played a prominent role in every facet of life in early New England. Instruments like the cittern and recorders came along with the first settlers and must have been played by them in their homes. Pentimento’s concert program will be a tour of our country’s early musical history, from psalms to sonatas, by way of ballads and “gentil” songs, including works by Carr and J.C. Bach, and featuring a delightful ballad by Benjamin Franklin entitled “The Downfall of Piracy”.
Pentimento (Eric Haas, recorder & traverso; Olav Chris Henriksen, cittern, Baroque & English guitars)
Works by Carr, J.C. Bach, Oswald, Hopkinson, Ford
Somerville Museum

Contact: somemuseum@gmail.com or (617) 666-9810
Presented by the Center for Early Music Studies at Boston University <a href="http://www.bu.edu/cfa/music/research/early-music/" target="_blank">http://www.bu.edu/cfa/music/research/early-music/</a> This event is free and open to the public
Neil Cockburn
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Dept. of Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Boston University

Contact: blues@bu.edu
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<b>CANCELLED</b><br>After having been dormant for 20 years, the 1895 Geo. F. Ryder Organ, Opus 180, was brought to life this summer through the efforts of organ builders Alex Belair and Michael Tanguay. Organist Leonardo Ciampa with soprano soloist Maria Ferrante will present a program to demonstrate the beauty of the Ryder organ.
Leonardo Ciampa, organist; Maria Ferrante, soprano soloist
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Unitarian Universalist Congregational Society of Westborough

Contact: Nancy Avila
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Join us for an extraordinary concert at St. Mary’s in anticipation of the Feast of St. Cecilia, patron saint of music and musicians! Music for organ and brass quartet. The program will feature music of different periods and styles, including works by Gabrieli, Bach, Vivaldi and Guilmant, as well as arrangements of jazz and pop tunes! The concert is free and open to the public (a free-will offering will be collected). Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to hear world-class music in a world-class space!
Juan A. Mesa (organ) Joseph Mongelli (trumpet) and friends
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St. Mary's Church

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The event will feature works by Bastien, Carcassi, Dancla, Hoffman, Houghton/Megan, Joplin, Mack, McCoy, Murphy, Schuette and others. The selections will present a wide assortment of various styles including classical, pop, gospel and folk. The Connexions concerts at Sudbury United Methodist showcase the various talents of church members and guest artists who come to share their music. A freewill offering will be taken to support the music program at Sudbury United Methodist.
Michael Cooper, guitar; Deborah Daniels, clarinet; Michael Daniels, clarinet; Jill Gaudet, flute; Charles Mack, guitar; Cecelia Murphy, violin; Ciaran Murphy, piano; Kevin Murphy, organ and piano; Deborah Perkins, clarinet; Rob Hammerton, piano; the SUMC ringers led by Sherry Stonebraker and others
Works by Bastien, Carcassi, Dancla, Hoffman, Houghton/Megan, Joplin, Mack, McCoy, Murphy, Schuette and others
Sudbury United Methodist Church

Contact: Kevin Murphy, AAGO 978 443 4351
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Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John's magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the last Sunday of the month, February through May 2015 with Scott Lamlein, organist.
Scott Lamlein
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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: Http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/
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Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John's magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the last Sunday of the month, February through May 2015 with Scott Lamlein, organist.
Scott Lamlein
Works by Bach
St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: Http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/
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Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John's magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the last Sunday of the month, February through May 2015 with Scott Lamlein, organist.
Scott Lamlein
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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: Http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/
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Join us for half-hour organ concerts featuring St. John's magnificent Austin pipe organ, on the last Sunday of the month, February through May 2015 with Scott Lamlein, organist. The Trumpet Shall Sound with Jacob Humerick, trumpeter.
Scott Lamlein and Jacob Humerick
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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: Http://www.reddoormusic.org/events/
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The Congregational Church of Littleton is hosting a Hymn Festival and Pie Party. The Senior Choir, Primary, and Junior Choirs will present hymn arrangements. Both the choirs and audience will sing previously submitted hymns together, accompanied by organ. After singing in the sanctuary, there will be a reception in the Parish Hall, which will include various kinds of pie (meat, mushroom, pizza, and dessert pies) and various beverages. Donations are encouraged.
Choirs and audience
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Congregational Church of Littleton

Symphony no. 5, Louis Vierne
John Robinson
Works by Vierne
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Sonata no. 1, Guilmant
Jonathan Wessler
Works by Guilmant
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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DuruflŽ Requiem and meditative readings in memory of those who died in World War 1
The Choir of St. Paul's | Harvard Square
Works by DuruflŽ
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Music for Lent
John Robinson
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St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Meditations sur le Mystere de la Sainte Trinite, Messiaen
Forrest Eimold
Works by Messiaen
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Contemporary Organ Music
Forrest Eimold
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St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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Meistersinger Overture, Wagner
Jonathan Wessler
Works by Franck, Wagner
St. Paul's Church | Harvard Square

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The Trinity Concert Series welcomes the Boston Camerata, as they celebrate their 60th anniversary with a new production of The Play of Daniel. Featuring Boston Camerata soloists and the Trinity Choristers, this exciting and ambitious interpretation brings a modern perspective to the medieval work.
Boston Camerata/Trinity Choristers
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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The Trinity Concert Series welcomes the Boston Camerata, as they celebrate their 60th anniversary with a new production of The Play of Daniel. Featuring Boston Camerata soloists and the Trinity Choristers, this exciting and ambitious interpretation brings a modern perspective to the medieval work.
Boston Camerata/Trinity Choristers
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Come hear Boston's only performance of Handel's masterpiece in a sacred space. The choirs, soloists and orchestra of Trinity Church will sing George Frideric Handel's Messiah (Advent and Christmas portions and Hallelujah chorus), as well as Johann Sebastian Bach's Magnificat. Featuring: Janet Stone, soprano; Sarah Moyer, soprano; Sophie Michaux, alto; Katherine Growdon, alto; Fausto Miro, tenor; Alex Nishibun, tenor; David McFerrin, baritone; Jacob Scharfman, baritone.
Trinity Choirs and Orchestra
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

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In one of Boston’s most beloved traditions since 1909, we celebrate the birth of Christ through carols, candlelight, readings, and anthems offered by the Choirs of Trinity Church. Come, sing, listen, and be moved.
Trinity Choirs and Orchestra
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: candlelightcarols@trinitychurchboston.org
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In one of Boston’s most beloved traditions since 1909, we celebrate the birth of Christ through carols, candlelight, readings, and anthems offered by the Choirs of Trinity Church. Come, sing, listen, and be moved.
Trinity Choirs and Orchestra
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: candlelightcarols@trinitychurchboston.org
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In one of Boston’s most beloved traditions since 1909, we celebrate the birth of Christ through carols, candlelight, readings, and anthems offered by the Choirs of Trinity Church. Come, sing, listen, and be moved. Tickets for the benefit on Sunday, December 14th, 4:00 pm are $45, $75, and $110, and will be available online at trinitychurchboston.org/candlelight-carols beginning October 1.
Trinity Choirs and Orchestra
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: candlelightcarols@trinitychurchboston.org
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Hailed by the Boston Musical Intelligencer for delivering a "smashbang debut" to a "packed house," The Henry Purcell Society of Boston presents their second concert with a rare performance of Purcell's "Te Deum and Jubilate" alongside selected works from the life and death of Queen Mary II with a choir of talented established and emerging singers, plus the treble voices of All Saints Parish, Brookline and All Saints Ashmont. Purcell’s seminal work was the first of its kind in English Church music, with a modern, flamboyant verse anthem and an orchestra of strings, trumpets, and continuo, and is the cornerstone of a moving program of music for one of Purcell’s most important patrons.
Jessica Cooper and Shannon Canavin, soprano Gerrod Pagenkopf and Douglas Dodson, countertenor Charles Blandy, tenor Robert Honeysucker and Jacob Scharfman, bass-baritone The treble choirs of All Saints Parish, Brookline and All Saints Ashmont Emily Howe, conductor
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United States

Contact: 6176507399
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Native New Yorker and alumnus of the “famed” High School for the Performing Arts, keyboardist Kenneth Weiss has been heralded as “a musician at the zenith of his art” (Diapason) for performances of engaging virtuosity. He makes his BEMF début in a stunning recital of dances and operatic music by Jean-Philippe Rameau transcribed for solo harpsichord. A long-time collaborator with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants, Weiss infuses these energetic masterpieces with an exhilarating theatricality.
Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord
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First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

Contact: http://www.bemf.org/pages/concerts/14-15_boston/weiss.htm
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Christian Lane, international concert artist and vice-president of the American Guild of Organists, performs in historic Grace Church, downtown Providence. Housed within an historic building designed by Upjohn and Cram, the organ, at 195 stops, is one of New England's largest. Included will be Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, and many other works, both old and new. The concert precedes a 4:33pm lighting of "WaterFire," downtown Providence's noted outdoor river festival. Free admission; donations to support the Episcopal Church's Ebola Crisis Relief Fund will be accepted.
Christian Lane
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Grace Episcopal Church

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Rossini described his "Petite Messe Solennelle" as one of the "sins of my old age." Neither little nor solemn, Rossini's exuberant work is a dramatic, expressive and operatic celebration of faith that only Rossini could have written. With sublime choral music, beautiful movements for all four soloists, and spectacular piano writing, this is a concert not to be missed. Soloists Barbara Kilduff, Deborah Rentz-Moore, Neal Ferreira, and William Holloway will be joined by pianist Robert Littlefield.
Candlelight Chorale
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First Religious Society Unitarian Universalist

Contact: jay.lane@frsuu.org
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Gabriel Fauré's Requiem Mass will be performed by the Cathedral Choir, Thomas Whitestone, organist, in a memorial service for veterans of all wars. Soprano Olivia Miller and baritone Steve Valenzuela will be soloists.
Joshua Anand Slater; Christ Church Cathedral Choir; Olivia Miller; Thomas Whitestone
Works by Gabriel Faure
Christ Church Cathedral

Contact: 860-527-7231
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Presenting organ compositions by major American non-organist composers from the past twenty years, including a number of high profile commissions from AGO National Conventions. Works include the second performance of the monumental Barlow Prize composition "Exodus" by Aaron Travers, premiered at the University of Chicago in October.
Randall Harlow
Works by Lukas Foss, Jennifer Higdon, David Lang, Nico Muhly, Larry Polansky, Shulamit Ran, Joan Tower, Aaron Travers, and George Walker
Harvard Memorial Church

Please join organist Abbey Siegfried, as she introduces MVAGO members to new repertoire for Preludes, Postludes and incidental pieces for church services. Abbey will focus on easily learned seasonal music and will provide a handout with a listing of new repertoire and publishing sources. Refreshments and an Open console will follow, with an opportunity to play both PA organs and its harpsichord. In order to get the right number of handouts and cookies (!!!), please sign up for the workshop by November 13 by sending an email to alain.bojarski@comcast.net This workshop is open to all, AGO members and non-AGO members.
Abbey Siegfried, Presenter
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Phillips Academy, Cochran Chapel

TICKETS HERE bigparade.brownpapertickets.com PRESS RELEASE HERE <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/gc80sg9qnuprxix/THE_BIG_PARADE_PRESS_RELEASE.pdf?dl=0" target="_blank">https://www.dropbox.com/s/gc80sg9qnuprxix/THE_BIG_PARADE_PRESS_RELEASE.pdf?dl=0</a> EVENT DETAILS AND DESCRPTION The Silent Film Classic THE BIG PARADE starring John Gilbert will be presented at Old South Church in Boston as part of Veterans Day Fund Raiser on November 11, 2014 at 7:15 PM. 6:00 PM Pre-Performance Champagne Reception. The event begins with a "Meet and Greet Reception” at 6:00 PM in Gordon Chapel, also located at Old South Church, where Anthony Fountain, John Gilbert's grandson will give a short overview of his famous grandfather's career ($75 includes Reserved Film Seating) The film will be presented at 7:15 PM ($15, General Admission, $10, Students and Seniors, $5, Military Veterans.) International Sonic Artist Peter Krasinski will provide an improvised live accompaniment to the
JOHN GILBERT, STAR - PETER KRASINSKI, ORGAN
Works by Improvisation
Old South Church
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Contact: www.oldsouth.org
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TICKETS HERE bigparade.brownpapertickets.com PRESS RELEASE HERE <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/gc80sg9qnuprxix/THE_BIG_PARADE_PRESS_RELEASE.pdf?dl=0" target="_blank">https://www.dropbox.com/s/gc80sg9qnuprxix/THE_BIG_PARADE_PRESS_RELEASE.pdf?dl=0</a> EVENT DETAILS AND DESCRPTION The Silent Film Classic THE BIG PARADE starring John Gilbert will be presented at Old South Church in Boston as part of Veterans Day Fund Raiser on November 11, 2014 at 7:15 PM. 6:00 PM Pre-Performance Champagne Reception. The event begins with a "Meet and Greet Reception” at 6:00 PM in Gordon Chapel, also located at Old South Church, where Anthony Fountain, John Gilbert's grandson will give a short overview of his famous grandfather's career ($75 includes Reserved Film Seating) The film will be presented at 7:15 PM ($15, General Admission, $10, Students and Seniors, $5, Military Veterans.) International Sonic Artist Peter Krasinski will provide an improvised live accompaniment to the
JOHN GILBERT, STAR - PETER KRASINSKI, ORGAN
Works by Improvisation
Old South Church
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Contact: www.oldsouth.org
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The La Farge Ensemble returns to Trinity Church, performing choral masterpieces for Passiontide.
La Farge Ensemble
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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The Trinity Concert Series is excited to welcome the world-renowned choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Come hear this exceptional choir of men and boys perform musical favorites in the Anglican tradition. Tickets are available at trinitychurchboston.tix.com.
St. Paul's Cathedral Choir
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Join the Trinity Choirs as they sing Sergei Rachmaninoff’s transcendent Vespers in its 100th anniversary year, accompanied by candlelight and incense.
Trinity Choirs
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston
Purchase tickets at trinitychurchboston.
Contact: Janet Stone, jstone@trinitychurchboston.org
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Did you know that Trinity houses not one but two pipe organs? Did you know the extent to which the original instrument has been configured and reconfigured over decades in response to prevailing trends in church music? Join Trinity's Director of Music Richard Webster and nationally recognized organ expert Jonathan Ambrosino for a history of the Trinity organs, a view of what the organ looks like "inside," and of course, an unforgettable listening demonstration of its strengths and challenges.
Jonathan Ambrosino & Richard Webster
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Trinity Church in the City of Boston

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Music of Handel, Haydn, Guaraldi, Rutter, Niedmann, and more.
Choirs, handbells, soloists, chamber orchestra. Peter Niedmann, music director
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Church of Christ, Congregational (UCC)

Contact: 860-666-4689
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Don't miss the opportunity to experience the full splendor and sweep of Bach's great "Christmas Oratorio", as performed by the Sounds of Stow Chorus and Orchestra, under the direction of Barbara Jones. The story of the nativity will be told through its wonderful choruses, arias, and chorales, performed with full orchestral accompaniment and by four accomplished vocal soloists: Erika Vogel, soprano; Laryssa Doohovskoy, mezzo soprano; Jason Wang, tenor; and James Dargan, baritone. We will be joined by Kyle Spraker on the baroque trumpet. Margot Law will narrate.
Sounds of Stow; Barbara Jones, Artistic Director
Works by J.S. Bach
Hale School

Contact: soundsofstow.org
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The King’s Chapel Concert Series concludes 50th anniversary celebrations of its renowned Fisk organ with a program featuring oboist Andrew Price and organist and Music Director Heinrich Christensen. Works range from music by J.S. Bach and Daniel Pinkham to a world premiere by Carson Cooman. Mr. Price, who makes his solo debut at King’s Chapel, is principal oboist for the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and regularly plays with the Boston Pops Orchestra and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He has recently joined the faculty of Boston University School of Music as a Lecturer of oboe. Tickets are $20 general admission and $15/students and seniors. Order in advance and save $5 per ticket at <a href="http://www.brownpapertickets.com" target="_blank">www.brownpapertickets.com</a>. PROGRAM: JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: Sinfonia from Cantata 156 ALESSANDRO MARCELLO: Concerto in c minor CARSON COOMAN: “Epicedium” (world premiere); Prelude & Fugue no. 3 JOHN FRANDSEN: “Song of the S
Heinrich Christensen
Works by J.S. Bach, Pinkham, Marcello, Cooman, Frandsen, Litaize
King's Chapel
Advance tickets $15 general/$10 students
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Music by Balbastre, Callaerts, Dandrieu, Daquin, Dupre, Guilmant, Langlais, Messiaen, Quef.
William Ness, organist
Works by Balbastre, Callaerts, Dandrieu, Daquin, Dupre, Guilmant, Langlais, Messiaen, Quef.
St. Joseph's Church/Holy Family Parish

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Enjoy an evening in the beautifully decorated Methuen Memorial Music Hall, with Christmas music played on the Great Organ, carol sing-alongs, displays, raffles and light refreshments. This is an event for all ages, and there is free, off-street parking.
Chandler Noyes, Joyce Painter Rice, organists, and friends
Works by Familiar Christmas carols and songs
Methuen Memorial Music Hall

Contact: www.mmmh.org; 978-685-0693
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The St. Olaf Choir, with 75 mixed voices, is considered one of the finest a cappella choirs in the United States. For over a century, the St. Olaf Choir has maintained its original purpose – study and preparation of a wide range of representative sacred choral literature for public performance.
The St. Olaf Choir, Anton Armstrong conductor
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Mechanics Hall
Students $15
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The St. Olaf Choir, with 75 mixed voices, is considered one of the finest a cappella choirs in the United States. For over a century, the St. Olaf Choir has maintained its original purpose – study and preparation of a wide range of representative sacred choral literature for public performance.
The St. Olaf Choir, Anton Armstrong conductor
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Battell Chapel - Yale University
Students $15
Contact: 800-363-5487
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The Schola Cantorum of S. Stephen's Church, Providence under the direction of James Busby, D.Mus. with guest soloist Robert Honeysucker, baritone will sing Lesson and Carols for Advent. Composers include Palestrina, Roland Hayes, Richard Lloyd, Juan Esquivel, Orlando Gibbons, Alan Hovhanness, and Robert Parsons.

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S.Stephen's Church

Enjoy the sound of the Great Organ and trumpets in the splendid, beautifully-decorated Methuen Memorial Music Hall in a festive concert for Christmas. The program includes arrangements of familiar English, French and German carols and pieces for organ solo. Composers include Cheban, Boehm, Dupre, Guilmant, Holst, Yon, Handel, Schubert, Herbert and Adam. Arrangers include Harmon, Harvey, Burkhardt, Hohman, Ellsasser and Elliott. Cornils is Municipal Organist for the City of Portland, ME, and is making his third appearance for a MMMH Christmas. Ticket purchase for reserved seats in advance or at the door. Free, off-street parking is available.
Ray Cornils, organ, with Robinson Pyle and Greg Gettel, trumpets
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate Price for Children $5
Contact: Tickets: for reserved seats contact Sheila Byrne at (603) 893-1544; or purchase at the door
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Enjoy the sound of the Great Organ and brass quintet in the beautifully-decorated Methuen Memorial Music Hall. Organist Christensen is Music Director at Boston's historic King's Chapel, and he has performed at MMMH on numerous occasions. This festive concert for Christmas includes numerous well-loved carols, many arranged by Craig Garner, the quintet's tuba player. Other quintet members are Steven Goddu and Robert Robbins, trumpets; Lucille Robbins, horn; and Frank Wickens, trombone. Organ solo works are by Hielscher, Theodore Marier, Edith Lang and Petr Eben. The program closes with an audience sing-along: White Christmas, Silent Night and Hallelujah, from Handel's Messiah.
Heinrich Christensen, organ, and the Nottingham Brass Quintet
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Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Separate Price for Children $5
Contact: www.mmmh.org; 978-685-0693; Tickets: for reserved seats contact Sheila Byrne at (603) 893-1544. Unsold seats may be purchased at the door.
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Celebrate the season with Renaissance music from German-speaking lands! On December 6 at 7:30pm, Vox Lucens will present "Weinachtskonzert," a variety of 16th-century sacred choral works, including Praetorius's joyful "In dulci jubilo," Schutz's dramatic "Das Wort ward Fleisch," and Senfl's magisterial "Ave Maria." A concert not to be missed!
Vox Lucens
Works by Schütz, Lechner, Senfl, Praetorius, Handl, Regnart
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish

Contact: jaydlane@comcast.net
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Celebrate the season with Renaissance music from German-speaking lands! On December 6 at 7:30pm, Vox Lucens will present "Weinachtskonzert," a variety of 16th-century sacred choral works, including Praetorius's joyful "In dulci jubilo," Schutz's dramatic "Das Wort ward Fleisch," and Senfl's magisterial "Ave Maria." A concert not to be missed!
Vox Lucens
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Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church

Contact: jaydlane@comcast.net
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