Kansas City Concerts #2128
. . . more performances from the American Guild of Organists 2018 Convention in Kansas City.
SAMUEL BARBER: Toccata Festiva, Op. 36 –Kimberly Marshall, soloist. THIERRY ESCAICH: Organ Concerto (Quatre Visages du Temps) (North American premiere) –Kansas City Summer Festival Orchestra/Matthew Christopher Shephard; Thierry Escaich (2011 Casavant/Helzberg Hall, Kauffman Center, Kansas City, MO) PD Archive (r. 7/6/18)
Filler – BARBER (see above)
GEORGE SHEARING: So fades the lovely blooming flower. LEO SOWERBY: Very slowly, fr Sonatina. CRAIG PHILLIPS: Torah Song –Nicole Keller (1950 Skinner-2013 Quimby/Unity Temple on the Plaza, Kansas City, MO) PD Archive (r. 7/6/18)
CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Miserere Mei, Domine, fr Bach’s Memento. HAROLD DARKE: Fantasy in E, Op. 39. JOHN IRELAND: Elegiac Romance. ALEC ROWLEY: Rhapsody in d –Damin Spritzer (1911 Skinner/Grand Avenue United Methodist Temple, Kansas City, MO) PD Archive (r. 7/6/18)
Filler – ESCAICH (see above)
Numerous other programs derived from the 2018 AGO Convention in Kansas City can be found in the Pipedreams Archive: To End All Wars (#1845); Prize Winners Play (#1906); Rising Stars – Pipedreams Live 1 (#2006); Rising Stars – Pipedreams Live 2 (#2007); AGO 2018 – American Music (#2036); AGO 2018 – A Potpourri With Premieres (#2043); and Still Composing (#2117)
The next national convention of the American Guild of Organists will be held in Seattle, Washington (July 3-7, 2022). A host of AGO-related programming can be found in the PIPEDREAMS archive: 1845, 1906, 2006, 2007, 2036, and 2043. Other more recent AGO celebrations, OrganFest 2020/Beauty in the Midst of Chaos and OrganFest 2021/Beauty Endures can be enjoyed online.
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