Luther Memorial Church, Madison, Wisconsin, Music and Midday recitals through December 2021
Luther Memorial Church hosts recitals most Wednesdays at noon in downtown Madison, Wisconsin, most featuring the church's Austin organ.
St. Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco, November 2021 through February 2022 Sunday Afternoon Musical Meditations
The Cathedral announces its Sunday concerts, October through December, with organists, choirs, instrumentalists, and vocalists.
Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York, organ recitals, 2021–2022
The Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York, announces recitals featuring its Italian Baroque Organs
St. Chrysostom's Episcopal Church, Chicago, special music events through December 2021
St. Chrysostom's Episcopal Church, Chicago, Illinois, announces its concerts and Evensongs for October through December
2021 East Texas Pipe Organ Festival, November 7–11
The East Texas Pipe Organ Festival will hold its 2021 festival November 7–11, headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana. Featured performers include Ken Cowan and Lisa Shihoten, David Baskeyfield, Jan Kraybill, Stefan Engels, and others performing on organs built by Aeolian, Aeolian-Skinner, Skinner, and others.
Marcel Dupré: Fifty Years On, October 24–27
The University of North Texas College of Music, Denton, Texas, will hold its conference, “Marcel Dupré: Fifty Years On,” October 24–27. The event will include performances and presentations by Bruno Chaumet, Scott Dettra, Susan Ferré, Jeremy Filsell, Rebecca Filsell, and others.
28th Texas Regional Carillon Conference, October 22–23
The 28th Texas Regional Carillon Conference will take place October 22–23 at the University of Texas at Austin. Events include recitals by Austin Ferguson and Kimberly Schafer, presentations by Alex Johnson and Jesse Ratcliffe, and a masterclass by Carol Jickling Lens.
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University of Michigan 61st annual organ conference, October 3–6
The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance holds its 61st annual organ conference, “Passions and Visions” for the future of organ, harpsichord, carillon, and sacred music, October 3–6. The conference will feature guest presenters along with the university’s organ faculty and students. All events may be viewed free of charge by webcast. Live audience attendance in Ann Arbor will also be available for select recitals.