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Jim's News for October 5, 2015

Olivier Latry’s world tour in mid-stride!
Olivier Latry, titular organist at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris and Professor of Organ at the Paris Conservatoire is in the midst of a two-part world tour that, to my delight, includes 21 performances of… 181 more words

Upcoming concerts

Concert Series

Church of the Mediator (pictured) in Micanopy may look old and small, but they do a lot of good music. For the 2015/2016 season, they are starting a concert series they hope to be a regular part of the community music scene. 294 more words


Enthusiastic Audience is Thrilled by Bach and Sons at the BYU Summer Organ Workshop

An audience of over 300 were thrilled with Dr. Jeannine and David Jordan’s performance of Bach and Sons, their innovative organ and multi-media concert experience, on Tuesday evening, August 4th, 2015 at Madsen Hall on the Brigham Young University campus.  179 more words

Dr. Jeannine Jordan Organist

“When ‘senescent’ approaches ‘senescence’”

MY  LAST  FEW  POSTINGS  HERE  WERE  MISTAKES.  Literally! (a proper use of that word). I managed somehow to transfer the postings for my other blog to this one. 761 more words

University Of Redlands

Prom 52: A thrilling journey of improvisation

Prom 52 offered a fascinating musical journey with French organist Thierry Escaich, who juxtaposed the organ music of J.S. Bach with responses to it by Mendelssohn and Brahms, as well his own improvisations on themes by Bach. 152 more words


In Memoriam: John Scott

[reprinted with great sadness from Lucid Culture]

John Scott, one of this era’s most extraordinary and beloved talents in both classical and sacred music, died suddenly on August 12 in Manhattan after suffering a heart attack. 427 more words


And then there's music...

Music is as much part of the summer in Southern France as is the sound of the cicadas and the click of the petanque balls.  There are music festivals everywhere, ranging from the very large, such as the  812 more words