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Programs for Washington D.C., Boston, NYC

Programs for upcoming recitals (February – April) in Washington D.C., Boston and Manhattan are now posted. I’m really looking forward to playing in these superb venues on great and diverse instruments, and hope you’ll join me!

  • Friday, 12 February 2016, 12:15pm; National City Christian Church, Washington, D.C. Bryan will give a recital as part of the Music at Midday series at the historic church in downtown Washington. The organ and acoustic at NCCC are superb and are sure to make for excellent and moving music. More information on the series can be found here; Bryan’s program is here.
  • 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; Bryan’s program is here.
  • 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 Bryan’s program is here.
  • Friday, 18 March 2016, 12:15pm; Trinity Church, Boston, MA. Bryan will present a 30-minute recital that will feature the two renowned organs by Skinner and Æolian-Skinner of 133 ranks. Max Reger’s Fantasy on “Wachet Auf” will take advantage of the huge dynamic range of the instrument. Series information can be found here, and Bryan’s program is here.
  • Sunday, 24 April 2016, 5:00pm; Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY. Bryan will perform on the renowned concert series at St. John the Divine, the fourth largest Christian church in the world. The performance will last approximately 45 minutes and feature the recently restored, beautiful Æolian-Skinner organ. Information on the series can be found here, and Bryan’s program is here.

– Bryan Dunnewald, 28 January 2016