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As the new church and school year gets underway, THE DIAPASON calendar is filled with events. We highlight some of these below: concert series, recital tours, conferences, and competitions, along…
As summer draws to a close, we have much to report. Vincent Dubois has been named Visiting Artist in Organ at the University of Michigan, Barbara Harbach has been named a Curators’ Professor in the…
There is much good news to report in this issue: David Cassan named winner of the Haarlem International Organ Improvisation Competition; the appointments of Simon Berry (Orgues Létourneau), Trevor…
Welcome to THE DIAPASON eNEWS. In this issue we note the passing of James Leslie Boeringer and Ruth Ann Hofstad Ferguson. Summer recitals are being presented by Philip Crozier and David Jonies;…
Welcome to THE DIAPASON eNEWS. In this issue we note the retirement of Marilyn Mason, who has served for 67 years at the University of Michigan, the addition of Martin Baker and Jens Korndörfer to…
Welcome to THE DIAPASON eNEWS. In this issue we report on a busy spring season: recitals at Our Lady of Refuge, Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, New York; The Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.; Methuen Memorial…
Welcome to THE DIAPASON eNEWS. In this issue we report on many recitals and masterclasses, as well as many recorded performances. A new compact disc, 2012 East Texas Pipe Organ Festival Highlights…
  Welcome to THE DIAPASON E-News.  In this issue we include news of many upcoming performances and festivals, covering many points on the musical spectrum. Cameron Carpenter debuts his International…
  Welcome to THE DIAPASON E-News.  In this issue we include news of the results of the 2013 International Organ Competition, which took place last October in Biarritz, France.  We also sadly report…
Welcome to THE DIAPASON E-News. This issue includes news of winter events--the National Conference for Sacred Music, January 8–10, 2014, in Naples, Florida; the Church Music Association of America…