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Music & Arts at St. Luke’s in the Fields continues concerts, featuring the choir of St. Luke’s in the Fields, New York City: January 28, Biber... more
Kent Tritle has been appointed chair of the organ department at the Manhattan School of Music (MSM), New York City. Tritle, who also serves as MSM’s... more
The Twin Cities Chapter of the American Guild of Organists announces a competition for an unpublished, meditative work for solo pipe organ. A single... more
Richard W. Kurtz has retired as organist and choirmaster of Christ Episcopal Church, Woodbury, New Jersey, after 40 years of service. His final... more
Nicholas Capozzoli has been awarded the National Association of Pastoral Musicians’ Nancy Bannister Scholarship in the amount of $2,000. Capozzoli, a... more
Dr. J. Butz Musikverlag has released a new recording of organ works by the late British composer Christopher Tambling. The CD exemplifies Tambling’s... more
Georges Trépanier has been named general manager of Orgues Létourneau. He succeeds Fernand Létourneau, the firm’s president and founder, who has... more
Grace Lutheran Church, River Forest, Illinois, continues its Bach Cantata Vespers series, Sundays at 3:45 p.m.: January 31, Cantata 125;February 28,... more
Stephen Tharp continues an active touring schedule that includes the opening concert for the Organ Historical Society’s National Convention in... more
Simon Thomas Jacobs’ debut recording, Parthenia Nova, has been released on the Fugue State label. This is the first commercial recording on the new... more
The Catalina Organ Festival will take place at Catalina United Methodist Church, Tucson, Arizona: February 5, 7 p.m., Peter Krasinski plays... more
The East Texas Pipe Organ Festival has released its program booklet and new two-CD set featuring Albert Russell’s Aeolian-Skinner The King of... more
Robert Schuneman, music publishing executive and long-time owner of ECS Music Publishing, died on December 4, 2015, in Wayland, Massachusetts. He was... more
Paul Jacobs, chair of the organ department at the Juilliard School, is now under the full-time management of Colbert Artists Management in New York... more
Robert Bates, professor of organ at the University of Houston, will present a mini-French festival in the Seattle area January 9–11. On January 9 at... more
Historic Organ Study Tours (HOST) announces its tour in Lorraine, France, August 29–September 7, 2016. The home bases for the tour will be in Metz,... more
Instituto de Órganos Históricos de Oaxaca will hold its eleventh international organ and early music festival February 18–24 in Oaxaca, Mexico, and... more
The Third International Bach-Liszt Organ Competition Erfurt-Weimar, Germany, was held September 29 through October 11, 2015. The competition is... more
The organ department of Baylor University announces the twenty-second annual Robert and Joyce Jones Midwinter Organ Conference, to be held January 24... more
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