I am very excited for three upcoming recitals/concerts that will take me across the country! We start in Washington D.C. at the National Cathedral this Sunday, followed by the incredible Schoenstein organ at First Plymouth, Nebraska, and finishing up on the West Coast at St. Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle. If you’re around, I hope you’ll join me for some great music – some you’ve probably never heard before – and say hello afterwards. Details are below, and all concerts are free.
Hope to 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, featuring a diverse set of works to show off the breadth of color on the instrument. Information about concerts at First Plymouth can be found here; Bryan’s program can be found here.
- Sunday, 14 June 2015, 10:00pm; St. Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle, WA. Bryan will present a recital following Compline on the landmark 79-rank Flentrop organ. Compline begins at 9:30pm, and both the service and concert are free and open to the public; no ticket required. More details can be found here and Bryan’s program can be found here.
– Bryan Dunnewald, 2 June 2015