The arts are recovering from COVID!  I'm happy that my performance calendar is filling up again, and I'm loving sharing music both in-person and online. Because the COVID-19 situation is still in flux in many places, please check back here frequently.  I will make every endeavor to keep this calendar page updated as concert plans are made and re-made.  Stay safe, everyone! 

 

The below calendar includes all events open to the public.  Private events are not listed.

Nov7

East Texas Pipe Organ Festival: Jan Kraybill solo organ concert

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http://www.easttexaspipeorganfestival.com/, New Orleans, LA

Note: The ongoing COVID situation and the recent hurricane in New Orleans has caused the organizers of this Festival to consider several alternatives. Discussions are currently taking place. Visit the above website and stay tuned for details.

One of my favorite events! The East Texas Pipe Organ Festival celebrates the artistry of Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ building firm and the significant life and talent of organ voicer Roy Perry (1906-1978). I'm honored to appear on the Festival for the fourth time this year. For the first time in the Festival's history, we'll be in New Orleans, with a day trip to Laurel, Mississippi.

Dec10

Kansas City Symphony: Handel's Messiah

The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64108

Patrick Dupré Quigley, Guest Conductor

Kansas City Symphony Chorus, Charles Bruffy, Chorus Director

Nola Richardson, Soprano

Clara Osowski, Mezzo-Soprano

Andrew Owens, Tenor

Kenneth Kellogg, Bass

Hallelujah! The power of nearly 200 instruments and voices combined with the impeccable acoustics of Helzberg Hall provides a triumphant experience of Handel's majestic choral masterpiece. The Symphony and the Symphony Chorus invite you and yours to Handel's glorious Messiah - The perfect way to kick off your holiday season.

I am so pleased each year to join these talented musicians as harpsichordist for Messiah.

Dec11

Kansas City Symphony: Handel's Messiah

The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64108

Patrick Dupré Quigley, Guest Conductor

Kansas City Symphony Chorus, Charles Bruffy, Chorus Director

Nola Richardson, Soprano

Clara Osowski, Mezzo-Soprano

Andrew Owens, Tenor

Kenneth Kellogg, Bass

Hallelujah! The power of nearly 200 instruments and voices combined with the impeccable acoustics of Helzberg Hall provides a triumphant experience of Handel's majestic choral masterpiece. The Symphony and the Symphony Chorus invite you and yours to Handel's glorious Messiah - The perfect way to kick off your holiday season.

I am so pleased each year to join these talented musicians as harpsichordist for Messiah.

Dec12

Kansas City Symphony: Handel's Messiah

The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64108

Patrick Dupré Quigley, Guest Conductor

Kansas City Symphony Chorus, Charles Bruffy, Chorus Director

Nola Richardson, Soprano

Clara Osowski, Mezzo-Soprano

Andrew Owens, Tenor

Kenneth Kellogg, Bass

Hallelujah! The power of nearly 200 instruments and voices combined with the impeccable acoustics of Helzberg Hall provides a triumphant experience of Handel's majestic choral masterpiece. The Symphony and the Symphony Chorus invite you and yours to Handel's glorious Messiah - The perfect way to kick off your holiday season.

I am so pleased each year to join these talented musicians as harpsichordist for Messiah.