W H A T' S N E X T :
Bach At Seven Series
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
S. Clement's Church
2013 Appletree Street, Philadelphia 19103
Back by popular demand!
THE ART OF THE CHORALE:
Matthew Glandorf in Recital
Johann Pachelbel (1653 - 1706):
Ein feste Burg
J.S. Bach (1685 - 1750):
Christe, Du Lamm Gottes
Ein Feste Burg
Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897):
Mein Jesu, der Du mich
Herzlich tut mich erfreuen
O Welt ich muss Dich lassen (two settings)
Max Reger (1873 - 1914):
Chorale Fantasia on "Ein Feste Burg"
Improvisation on submitted hymns
(please bring suggested sheet music or title to the door)
Matthew Glandorf, Organ
$25/Person Suggested Donation Accepted at the Door
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W H A T' S N E W :
REMEMBERING MICHAEL KORN
Ahead of our March 23, 2018 Concert Tribute to the innovative Philadelphia musician, choral conductor and organ virtuoso Michael Korn (1947-1991), we collected the original archival materials and memories from his former colleagues. These documents and commentaries paint a portrait of a passionate and uncompromising artist. Touching and transforming so many lives around him, Korn was driven by his vision of dedication to excellency and advocacy for the arts, especially for the choral arts and the music of J.S. Bach. We are happy to see that his legacy is still very much alive today!
Michael Korn Biography (by Janice Bryson)
"40 Years of Entrepreneurial Spirit"
Remembering the founders of Chorus America, a feature story by the Voice Magazine, publication of Chorus America
Click here to find more archival materials: audio, photos, recollections.