I’m excited to announce a list of performances for the 2019-2020 season! You’ll find a complete list on the performances page. Some highlights include a masterclass and recital in Binghamton, NY, conducting Manuel de Falla’s The Three Cornered Hat at Mannes, and a return to Christ Church Christiana Hundred for an Evensong concert. I hope you’ll join us along the way!
– Bryan Dunnewald, 25 August 2019
I’m very excited to return to my home city and childhood church (where I first played the organ) to give a recital at the American Guild of Organists Regional Convention! The program will feature some of my very favorite pieces, and I can’t wait to show the attendees some of the beautiful color of the Roosevelt organ. The concert is free and open to the public, regardless of whether you are attending the convention. I hope you’ll join us! Details are here.
- Wednesday, 10 July 2019, 9:15am; Trinity United Methodist Church, Denver, CO. Bryan will perform a feature concert as part of the 2019 Southwest Regional Convention of the American Guild of Organists. The program will highlight the rich colors of the Roosevelt organ; one of the first pipe organs Bryan played. A program can be found here.
– Bryan Dunnewald, 5 July 2019
Last week, I suddenly became caught up composing and finished two new anthems for solo soprano and choir. This completes the set I began earlier in the year. They include beautiful texts from Hildegard von Bingen and Mechthild of Magdeburg as well as a setting of The Beatitudes. I’m excited to release these three new pieces and I hope you’ll reach out if you’d like to perform them! Three Motets, as they’re called, can be found on the compositions page with a score preview.
The first of a few new recordings are now posted on the recordings page. These videos are from my recent recital in Seattle and include tracks of Mendelssohn and Schumann. I hope you enjoy and look for more videos coming soon!
– Bryan Dunnewald, 4 June 2019
I’m looking forward to returning to Seattle to play a recital at St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral on Sunday. The program features German composers which will help demonstrate the beautiful colors of the Flentrop organ. Before the recital, at 9:30pm, the Cathedral offers the service of Compline. St. Marks’ Compline is one of the most special services around and will make for a restful, rejuvenating end to the weekend. I hope you’ll join us!
- Sunday, 26 May 2019, 10:00pm; St. Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle, WA. Bryan returns to St. Mark’s to perform following their acclaimed Compline service. The 30-minute program will feature the wonderful colors of the Flentrop organ, a landmark instrument in an equally great hall. Details are here program can be found here.
– Bryan Dunnewald, 22 May 2019