Sunday, October 7, 2012, 3:00 p.m.
St. Mark’s on the Campus Episcopal Church and Student Center ~ 1309 R Street, Lincoln
Kimberly Marshall is Professor of Organ at the Arizona State University School of Music and has performed regularly in Europe, the United States and Asia. She has also recorded a number of CD’s. Her research of early Italian organ music and her performances on many historical organs makes her the exciting choice to be heard on the St. Mark’s Bedient Organ. The specifications for that organ are described as a “modified Italian concept”.
UPDATED DATE: Saturday, February 2, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Grace Lutheran Church ~ 2225 Washington Street, Lincoln
David Cherwien is a renowned church organist, conductor, composer and improvisor who brings creativity to hymns of various traditions and styles. He has won national acclaim as a leader of congregational song with inspired hymn festivals. He is currently serving as Cantor at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, MN, and is Music Director for the National Lutheran Choir. Come and be thrilled by his innovative merging of organ, piano, instruments and voices.
Assisting Dr. Cherwien will be the the choirs of Grace Lutheran Church joined by members of the Lincoln Lutheran Choir and the Choir of First Christian Church. Instrumentalists will include violin and flute.
Saturday, March 9, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
First-Plymouth Church ~ 2000 D Street, Lincoln
Come hear First-Plymouth’s Lied Organ like you’ve never heard it before - all 6 keyboards, 64 pedals, 110 ranks and 6,327 pipes! Be treated to a four-hand/four-foot organ duo version of Wagner’s thrilling “Ride of the Valkyries;” a soothing Chopin concertato featuring First-Plymouth’s new Steinway piano; Widor’s Mass for two organs and two choirs; an unusual organ trio for three organists on one bench; even a special appearance from the accordion. Acclaimed organists Wilma Jensen, Anne Wilson, Christopher Marks and Tom Trennney collaborate in this one-of-a-kind event to be narrated by Michael Barone, the voice of American Public Media’s Pipedreams. This concert is cosponsored with Abendmusik.
Sunday, April 14, 2013, 3:00 pm
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church ~ 6001 A Street, Lincoln
David Pickering is Assistant Professor of Music at Kansas State University and Organist at First Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, Kansas. David has recorded a number of CD’s, and is a published author.He has played a number of world premiers and will add another during his recital at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. Dr.Tyler White, of UNL, has been commissioned by the church to compose a work in celebration of the completion of the church’s antiphonal organ.