Listed below are some of the articles The Evangelist published while I was in Albany. Music for pope has local touch Passing the baton Cathedral will host ‘Requiem’ Parish life remains part of Cathedral’s multi-faceted life Catholics pen opera on freeing slaves Music ministers look for right key to boost
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Here’s a clip from the recent Vierne concert at St. James Cathedral. Dividing the organ into the grande orgue and orgue de choeur proved to be challenging. While planning for the installation of the instrument, this was one of the pieces that I envisioned performing in order to work out
Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to perform Faure’s Requiem on numerous occasions. While flipping through my photo album this afternoon, I came across the poster from the performance that we did in Albany six months after 9/11. It’s hard to believe that the concert was ten years ago
The Florida Catholic did a nice profile on the new organ at St. James Cathedral while it was being installed. They even have pictures of all the parts spread out across the floor here.
Event Description: Combined Choirs from the Cathedrals of St. James and St. Luke, the University of Central Florida, and other Central Florida American Guild of Organists combine to perform the Messe Solennelle of Louis Vierne. Dr. David Brunner, conductor Wm. Glenn Osborne, grande orgue Benjamin Lane, orgue de choeur Event