I am very, very pleased and honored to announce some really exciting recitals planned for the near-future. They include historic venues and instruments in varying contexts that I’m looking forward to sharing with you. The programs, while some have yet to be announced, will vary from concert to concert, but will all contain a diverse and interesting set of works. I hope you’ll mark your calendars and watch for any updates on details forthcoming. See you there!
- Sunday, 7 June 2015, 5:15pm; Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C. Bryan will present a recital following Evensong at the Cathedral. The program will feature a diverse set of works by Hampton, Bach, Mozart, Dupré and Sowerby, and will be approximately 50 minutes in length. The organ is a 189-rank E.M. Skinner in a stunning cathedral, a setting that will create a breathtaking musical experience. This event is not ticketed ($10 suggested donation) and open to the public. More details can be found here; a copy of the program is here.
- Thursday, 11 June 2015, 7:00pm; First Plymouth Church, Lincoln, NE. Bryan will give a recital on the 110-rank Schoenstein organ that will last approximately one hour. Information about concerts at First Plymouth can be found here; Bryan’s program will be forthcoming.
- Tuesday, 11 August 2015, 7:30pm; Church of the Gesu, Milwaukee, WI. Bryan will perform a concert on the 115-rank Schantz organ as part of the monthly recital series that will last approximately 1-1.5 hours. Information about the series can be found here; details about Bryan’s concert will be forthcoming.
- Saturday, 28 November 2015, 8:00pm; Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg, VA. Bryan will perform in Bruton’s Candlelight Concert series, begun in the 18th century. The program will be approximately one hour long and be played on the 105-rank Létourneau organ. Concert series information can be found here; details about Bryan’s performance will be forthcoming.
- Sunday, 13 March 2016, 5:15pm; St. Thomas Church, New York, NY. Bryan will present a recital following Evensong at St. Thomas Church, lasting approximately 45 minutes. The organs are a 32-rank Taylor and Boody and a 160-rank Æolian-Skinner; this recital could be one of the last on the historic and significant chancel organ (Æolian-Skinner), which is scheduled to be removed in June, 2016. Information about the recitals can be found here; details of Bryan’s recital will be forthcoming.
- Tuesday, 15 March 2016, 12:15pm; King’s Chapel, Boston, MA. Bryan will perform a recital in King’s Chapel’s Noon Hour series. The program will be approximately 40 minutes and feature the milestone C.B. Fisk organ of 51 ranks. Series information can be found here, and details about Bryan’s recital will be forthcoming.
- Friday, 22 April 2016; St. John’s Cathedral, Denver, CO. Bryan will give a concert as part of St. Johns’ annual series on the 96-rank Kimball organ, located in a space perfectly suited for organ music. Information about performances at St. John’s can be found here; details of Bryan’s concert will be forthcoming.
-Bryan Dunnewald, 15 September 2014