Programs and Events
September 10, 2004 (Friday)
SOCIAL/BBQ DINNER/EUROPEAN TRIP PRESENTATION
Location: Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, Henderson KY
We will again begin our new season with a BBQ dinner and social. This will be followed by a presentation by the University of Evansville Student AGO Guild on their 2004 summer organ tour to France and Switzerland.
October 9, 2004 (Saturday)
CHURCH MUSIC WORKSHOP
Location: University of Evansville
Click here for more details and registration
January 29, 2005, 10:00 am: Composition Workshop
January 30, 2005, 4:00 pm: Concert
GUEST ORGANIST/PIANIST/COMPOSER DR. LEONARD DANEK
Location: Methodist Temple, Evansville
Dr. Danek is an associate professor at Northwestern College in Roseville,
MN, where he teaches music theory, composition and organ. He is well known
as an organist and composer. Dr. Danek and his compositions have been featured
several times on Minnesota Public Radio’s "Pipe Dreams." He has served
as organist of First Lutheran Church of St. Louis Park, MN since 1984.
His Saturday morning workshop will focus on composing arrangements of hymn
tunes for organ and piano. His Sunday afternoon concert here will
feature works by Bach, Guilmant and Liszt as well as several of his own
compositions. For more information contact Rhoda Martin at email@example.com
February 21, 2005 (Monday--President's Day)
PEDALS, PIPES AND PIZZAS:
A Keyboard Adventure for Young People
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Location: Aldersgate United Methodist Church, Evansville
THEN PLAN TO ATTEND PEDALS, PIPES, AND PIZZA 2005!
Participants will receive a fun, hands-on, basic introduction to the "King of Instruments"-- the Pipe Organ. Contact Helen Reed for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org . A registration form may be downloaded here.
March 5, 2005, (Saturday)
FORGOTTEN TREASURE: THE COLISEUM ORGAN
Location: Evansville Central Public Library, Browning Room
Refreshments at 10:00 AM
Presentation at 10:30 AM
Evansville is home to a rare treasure of a musical instrument:
the 1919 Moller pipe organ located in the historic Memorial Coliseum in
downtown Evansville. Originally purchased as a municipal organ for
the community, this large organ has six divisions over four manual keyboards
and pedals. World-famous organist have played this instrument.
Unfortumately the instrument is practically unplayable at present due to
years of neglect. Dr. Douglas Reed will present a program about the
Tinker Memorial Organ and its significance to the Evansville community
in the past, the present...and the future. For more information
contact Dr. Reed at email@example.com
March 15, 2005
ORGAN RECITAL: DR. DOUGLAS REED
First Presbyterian Church, Evansville
Our AGO chapter will be hosting a reception following Dr. Reed's faculty recital.
March 25, 2005 (Good Friday)
ORGAN CONCERT by MARILYN MASON
STATIONS OF THE CROSS, by Marcel Dupre'
Trinity United Methodist Church, Evansville. In conjunction with the University of Evansville Organ Series and the U. E. American Guild of Organists.
April 16, 2005 (Saturday)
STUDENT RECITAL: TIMOTHY WEISMAN
UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE
Tim Weisman, who has been an active leader within the U.E. and Evansville Chapters of the A.G.O. during his studies at the university will present his senior recital this month. Contact Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
May 2, 2005
ANNUAL CHAPTER DINNER AND INSTALLATION SERVICE
St. Lucas United Church of Christ, Evansville
6:00 pm - Social Time
6:30 pm - Dinner
7:30 pm - Service
Join our local chapter on this Monday evening for social time and dinner, a chapter meeting for the election of officers and a review of the activities of the chapter, and a service of installation of officers. The dinner will be prepared by the women of St. Lucas Church and will cost $10 per person. Reservations are needed for the meal by April 25. Contact Neal Biggers at email@example.com for reservations or more information.