ORGAN CONCERT WITH JOHN ROMERI, DAVID BALL
Christ Cathedral is blessed with two of the world’s greatest organs: The Hazel Wright Organ in the Cathedral and the Fred Swann Organ in the Arboretum. As we anticipate the reinstallation of “Hazel,” we revel in the beauty of the 82-rank Aeolian-Skinner Organ, affectionately known as “Fred” in honor of Crystal Cathedral organist, Fred Swann, who was responsible for its installation. Principal Organist for this concert is David L. Ball, assistant director of music ministries. Also performing are director of music ministries, Dr. John Romeri and guest organist Fr. Christopher Smith, episcopal vicar and rector of Christ Cathedral. This is an evening you won’t want to miss!
Christ Cathedral Arboretum Free for AGO Chapter members.
13280 Chapman Avenue, Garden Grove.
WORKSHOP/CONCERT ON LISZT TRANSCRIPTIONS
Dr. Randall Harlow Organist & Transcriber
Co-Sponsored with Long Beach AGO Chapter.
Host Dr. Marc Dickey
First Congregational Church
241 Cedar Ave, Street
Long Beach, CA 9080
Five Manual Moller Pipe Organ
Clay Christiansen (tabernacle organist) & Richard Elliott (principal tabernacle organist) Recitalists. Two stellar organists from the Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake City, UT play the new Five Manual, 80 Pipe Ranks & 70 Digital Voices Organ by R.M.Ballantyne Organ Builders Op. 25
Featuring organists who have played at Geneva Presbyterian over the years.
The organists are
they play the Four Manual Wicks/Walker-Technical 53 Pipe Ranks 70 Digital Voices 1978: Wicks Pipe Organ. 2007 Walker-Technical Digital Stops. Philip Riddick Tonal Designer for Enlargement of Organ 2007.
We are blessed with some stellar students in our study grant program. Come and hear them play. Also come to support your board for the next season as they are installed.
Workshop with Todd Wilson at Christ Cathedral begins at 4:00 PM
Dinner at Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que (4050 W Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92868) at 5:30 PM
Recital by Todd Wilson at Christ Cathedral begins at 7:30 PM
The event begins at 7 pm, is over circa 8:30 pm, and, is followed by a reception involving home-made cookies >:). All are welcome, no admission fee.
We have about 200 vocal scores to loan to those who wish to help sing the 9 choruses that are included in the program (mostly, Part 1, because of the season, but, of course, we have to do #44 and #53).
Although we do assemble an orchestra (consisting of high schoolers to pros), we feature our wonderful 57 rank Henry Pilcher and Sons (restored, 1st by Ron Kraft and later Ryan Ballantyne) Pipe Organ.