MSM Alumnus Dr. Gordon Turk (MM ’86, DMA ’89) will perform Clarence Kohlmann‘s The Storm, written in the mid-1920s, on the historic Great Auditorium Pipe Organ, showcasing the organ’s 12,000 pipes. The concert, free of charge, takes place at 12 Noon on Saturday, August 14 in the 5,000 seat The Great Auditorium.
The Storm was recorded in 1929 in this same auditorium by Thomas Edison. The rarely-heard piece follows a Civil War army unit as it marches and encamps with snippets of music from that era: “Dawn” from the Peer Gynt Suite,” a bugle’s reveille, “America,” hymns and church bells, a funeral march.
The Great Auditorium is located at Pilgrim and Ocean Pathways in Ocean Grove, NJ.
More information here.
Stephen Hamilton will be performing his signature interpretation of Marcel Dupré Le Chemin de La Croix in Rome at Saint Paul Within the Walls, on March 31; at St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh on April 7; at the University of St Andrews in St. Andrew on April 9, and at Glasgow Cathedral on April 16.
A full list of Dr. Hamilton’s concert dates in Germany, Scotland, Italy and the United States from March to April are found here
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