Twenty Somethings #1006
…considering the talents demonstrated by these youthful performers, the future of the art of the organ is in good hands.
J.S. BACH (transcribed by Marcel Dupré): Sinfonia, from Cantata Number 29, We thank thee, Lord. G.F. HANDEL: Organ Concerto in g, Opus 4, number 1. W.A. MOZART: Fantasy in f, K. 608 –Tom Winpenny (2001 Ruffatti/Epiphany RCC, Miami, FL) Pipedreams Archive recorded February 20, 2009.
Mr. Winpenny, assistant organist at St. Albans Cathedral, England, was winner of the Miami International Organ Competition. The next competition takes place at Epiphany Church later this month, on February 26, 2010, as part of a three-day PIPEDREAMS Miami Organ Weekend
Mr. Winpenny appears later as conductor of the St. Albans Girls Choir and Lay Clerkes when they tour in the USA April 7-14, 2010, including a visit to Epiphany Church, Miami.
Filler –W.A. MOZART (see above)
AIVARS KALEJS: Toccata on a Chorale by Bach. FRANZ LISZT (transcribed by Max Reger): Legend Number 2, St. Francis of Paula walks upon the water –Iveta Apkalna (1987 Rieger/Church of Saint Martin, Wangen-Allgäu, Germany) Edition Hera 02117
Ms. Apkalna will make a rare USA concert appearance on the Ruffatti organ at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, CA, March 28, 2010 at 6 p.m.
JOSEPH JONGEN: Sonata Eroica, Opus 94 –Nathan Laube (1990 Nichols & Simpson/Christ Episcopal, Little Rock, AR) Pipedreams Archive recorded April 19, 2009.
Check Nathan’s website for a very full concert performance schedule in coming weeks and months.
Filler –FRANZ LISZT (see above)