Monthly Archives: March 2014

More on Dretzel

I’m going to be presenting on the fugue of BWV 565 and the fugue of the Dretzel Divertimento in a counterpoint seminar at NYU early next month. I regret that it’s not open to the general public. Just letting you … Continue reading

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Benefit Concert

Join me in Rutherford, New Jersey, at the historic First Presbyterian Church, tomorrow, Saturday, March 22, from noon to 3 PM. A group of musicians has donated its collective talent in celebration of Bach’s Birthday, and in aid of the … Continue reading

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Spring Recital

Join me in Montclair, New Jersey, at Central Presbyterian Church, on Sunday afternoon, March 23, at 3 PM, for an organ recital. I’m playing works by Hakim, Langlais, Elgar, Marchand, and Bach. Organ is a multiform creation of Ernest M. … Continue reading

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