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Summer Social Gathering
August 23, 2009
Our annual summer social event will be on Sunday, August 23rd beginning
at 5:00 p.m. at the home of Kristin Jones. We will eat our
carry-in food around 5:30, and have a presentation on the POEA with
lots of pictures and anecdotes on a projector.
Contact Kristin Jones at email@example.com.
"Global Christian Song"
A Presentation by Dr. Douglas Reed
Monday, September 14,
In 2007, the University of Evansville
awarded Dr. Reed a
Global Scholar Grant for the 2007-2008 academic year. The subject of
his research was "Global Christian Song." The grant supported
purchase of printed materials and travel to Korea, the Iona Community
in Scotland, and several East European countries including Hungary,
Romania, Bulgaria, and Greece. This presentation will exploree
music which according to Dr. Reed "broadens our perspectives and puts
us in touch with other Christians around the world...(and) shines a new
and different light on the 'worship wars' between 'traditional' and
'contemporary' approaches in America."
For our September program, our Evansville A.G.O. chapter will
gather for a meal beforehand in the new student union on the University
campus at 6:00 p.m. (each person will order and pay for their own
meal), and then attend Dr.
Reed's presentation at 7:00pm to enjoy
and learn from recordings, pictures, and group singing. The
program will be in Neu Chapel on the University of
Evansville campus. Contact Douglas Reed if you have any
questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For our October program we join First Presbyterian Church, Evansville
in welcoming Philip Scriven, Organist and Master of Choristers at
Lichfield Cathedral, UK. Observe a choral rehearsal lead by
Philip Scriven at First Presbyterian Church in Evansville on Saturday
morning at 10:00 a.m. There will also be a recital
by Philip Scriven at First Presbyterian on Sunday afternoon at 4:00
p.m. See the October Dean's Newsletter
information or contact Robert
Nicholls at email@example.com
Milton Z. Tinker
This concert in honor of one of the founders of
musical education in Evansville will be hosted by the University of
Evansville at 4:00 p.m., in conjunction with the
of Evansville Student AGO Chapter. The
webpage.) Contact Dr. Douglas Reed if
you have questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
with the Southern Indiana AGO Chapter
Saturday, November 21,
We will enjoy a performance of organ pieces by five members from the
Evansville chapters and five members from the Southern Indiana chapter
on the large
organ at St. Meinrad
Archabbey at 3:00 p.m. CST. Contact Robert Nicholls if you
would like to perform or
questions at: email@example.com
area...check back for more information.
Sunday January 24, 2010
We will join
in a celebration of
the 100th anniversary of the installation of the historic
Pilcher mechanicl-action organ at Central Presbyterian Church in
Kentucky. Members of our chapter will provide a concert at 2:30
p.m.(Central time), followed by a reception given by members of the
church. If you need more information, contact Neal Biggers
here to read
about, see and hear the organ on our local organs page. The church is
located at 426 Saint Ann Street (corner of St. Ann and West 5th St.) in
Performers include: Matthew Vanover, Director of Music Ministries at
First United Methodist Church in Henderson; Helen Skuggedal Reed,
Keyboardist with the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra and Co-Organist
atEastminster Presbyterian Church in Evansville; Christian Seitz,
Organist at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Tell City; Robert Nicholls,
Director of Music at First Presbyterian Church of Evansville; Kristin
Jones, Director of Music at the Presbyterian Church of Henderson; and
Neal Biggers, Director of Liturgy and Music at Holy Name Catholic
Church in Henderson. The reception will be provided by members of
Central Presbyterian Church. Dr. Emil Ahnell is organist at the church.
- Are you a student, age 10 or older?
- Have you been playing the piano for any length of time?
- Would you like to spend a Saturday morning from 9:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. seeing, hearing, and playing some real pipe organs?
- Do you like to eat pizza?
March 16, 2010
the University of Evansville.
Christian Church, 2001 Bayard
Park Drive in Evansville, is the location of our April event, and Rhoda
Martin is our host. A Civil War Era Worship Service will be held
in the Sanctuary from 7-8 p.m., preceded by a meal at 6 p.m. The cost of the meal is
$10. To reserve your place RSVP to Rhoda Martin. The service will feature the Red
Bank Reunion Band, a civil war era brass group of about fifteen players
coordinated by Wayne Jones. Hymns of the time will be sung and
music of the era will be played by the group all as part of a service
May 3, 2010
The Presbyterian Church of Henderson. We will begin gathering at
5:30 p.m. for a social time. The meal will be at 6pm followed by
the service at 7pm. During the service of installation we will enjoy
hearing several members play the modern Steiner-Reck mechanical-action
From Highway 41 take Exit 81B (Hwy 60 West
or Green St.) into downtown Henderson. You'll go many blocks on Green
Street. Two blocks beyond the intersection with First Street,
trun right onto Washington Street (at the McDonalds restaurant).
Go 2 blocks to Main Street and the church is on the corner on your
left. Park in the church's lot to the right side of the church
(as you face the church) or on the street.
The fellowship hall is on
the right side of the building nearest the parking lot.
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Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra Website
Southern Indiana AGO Chapter Events: http://www.siago.org/calendar.html
Sunday August 2, 2009: Kirk Rich at the organ at Trinity United
Methodist Church in downtown Evansville, 3pm. This is the
kick-off concert to the third annual series "The Arts in August."
Works to be performed include J.S. Bach 4th Trio Sonata,
Franck's Prelude, Fugue and Variation and Piece Heroique, as well as
rarely performed works by Ermend Bonna., Charles Tournemire, and Petr
Sunday August 2, 2009: "Sounds for Habitat" a fundraiser for the Unity
Build. Musicians from several participating churches; reception
following; freewill offering;
Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Evansville. Contact church for
August 3-7, 2009: Music Camp 2009 at First Presbyterian Church in
Evansville. Contact Robert Nicholls at the church for more info.
Sunday, Aug 16 at 3 PM in the Gallery at Eastminster Presbyterian
Church in Evansville (new space on west side of building) Helen Reed
will be playing a harpsichord concert. Music by Bach,
Frescobaldi, Couperin, Valente, Philips, Howells, Ellington and McLean.
Friday, September 4, 2009, Concert by Douglas O'Neill on University of
Evansville Organ Series, on the C.B. Fisk organ at First Presbyterian
Church in Evansville, Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm. Click here
for more info.
Sunday, September 6, 2009, 1-hour Sunday afternoon program by Douglas
O'Neill at beautiful St. Meinrad Archabbey. Note that time is Central
Daylight Time (CDT), Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm, Location: St. Meinrad
Sunday, September 6, 2009: Choral Evensong at First Presbyterian
Church, Evansville. Organ prelude at 4:30 p.m. by Dr. Dennis
Malfatti, service at 5pm.
Sunday October 4, 2009: Choral Evensong at First Presbyterian Church,
Evansville. Organ prelude at 4:30 by Kristin Jones, service at
Sunday October 18, 2009: 75 YEAR MUSIC CELEBRATION at First
Presbyterian Church Mount Vernon, IN. The AGO members and their
families are invited to come and help us celebrate Dennis Carr and
Martha Alldredges’ combined contribution of music to our church.
Please mark your calendars for Sunday, October 18 and join us for a
potluck lunch at noon followed by a program starting around 1 pm that’s
filled with music, skits, and fun. First Presbyterian Church, 120 E.
6th Street, Mt. Vernon, IN, 812-838-2473. Contact: Dennis Carr at
Sunday, November 1, 2009: Choral Evensong at First Presbyterian Church,
Evansville. Organ prelude at 4:30 p.m. by Thomas Drury, service
Sunday, November 15, 2009: Dwight Huntly will be playing the dedication
concert for the recently renovated Reynolds Associates pipe organ at
his church (St. John's (Cumberland) United Church of Christ) on the far
eastside of Indianapolis.
John Cook: Fanfare
Dietrich Buxtehude: Canzona in G
Dietrich Buxtehude: Praeludium in A minor
J. S. Bach: Wachet Auf
Felix Mendelssohn: Sonata II
Fred Binckes: Simple Gifts
John Leavitt: Lift High the Cross
Cesar Franck: Cantible
Denis Bedard: Cat Suite
November 22, 2009: New Organ Dedication Concert at Christ the King
Catholic Church, Madisonville, KY. Neal Biggers, Organist
Frields, Pianist. 3pm. Works by Bach, Haydn, Vierne, Boellmann,
Karg-Elert, plus some traditional congregational hymns and organ
arrangements of contemporary Catholic hymns by
Schutte, Landry and Honore', on the new 3-manual Rogers organ.
December 12, 2009: Evansville Chamber Singers Holiday Concert at First
Pres, 7 PM.
December 12, 2009: Christesmaesse
at 7:30 p.m. in Neu Chapel (University of Evansville). Comprised
of five young women from Mt. Vernon Senior High School (Mt. Vernon,
IN),Angelus has dedicated itself to the performance of the sacred music
of varied religious traditions and historical periods.
December 13, Handel's Messiah, 10:30 AM, Eastminster Presbyterian.
December 20, Handel's Messiah, 6:00 PM, First Baptist Church,
January 9, 2010, Re-dedication service and concert for the renovated
Wicks organ and new Yamaha piano at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church,
Henderson, KY., with Neal Biggers, organist and Alice Frields, pianist,
6:30 p.m. Music by Bach, Daquin, Haydn, Gounod, Vierne, Held and
January 12, 2010: Millikin University Choir, Eastminster Presbyterian,
Feb 23, 2010: Thomas Drury, director of music ministries at St. Mark's
Lutheran Church at 2300 Washington Ave., will give an organ recital in
the sanctuary of St. Mark's Sunday, Feb. 23rd at 3:00 pm. He will
perform music by Reger, Frescobaldi, Arvo Pärt, J.S. Bach, and Dan
March 7, 2010: Evensong at First Presbyterian Church, Evansville, Helen
Reed playing the prelude beginning at 4:30 p.m.
March 16, 2010: Faculty Recital, Douglas Reed, Organ, Nue Chapel,
March 21, 2010: Janette Fishell at the United Methodist Temple,
Evansville. Janet Fishell is a Professor of Organ at Indiana
March 28, 2010: Choral Vespers at Neu Chapel, U. of E.
April 14, 2010: Bach Multiple Harpsichord Concerto Concert, Wheeler
Concern Hall, 7:30 p.m.
April 16, 2010: UE Organ Series, Carol Britt, Wheeler Cconcert Hall,
May 2, 2010: Choral Evensong at First Presbyterian Church,
Evansville. Organ prelude by Neal Biggers beginning at 4:30 p.m.
May 16, 2010: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Henderson KY. 150th
Anniversary of the consecration of the church. Program of organ
and choral music at 4pm. Performers include Evalyn Champion,
Margaret Kimberling, Nibby Priest, Helen Reed, Matthew Vanover, Neal
Biggers, and the choirs of St. Paul's Evansville and St. Paul's
June 26, 2010: Organ recital by Karen Schneider Kirner at Holy Name of
Jesus Catholic Church, Henderson, KY, 7:00 p.m., featuring the recently
June 26, 2010: Evansville Chamber Singers, 7pm at First Presbyterian
July 23, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. The Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia "Men of Song
Chorus" under the direction of Brian Stratton will perform a free
concert at St. Benedict's Cathedral in Evansville.
August 7, 2010: Organ Re-Dedication Concert at St. Boniface Catholic
Church in Evansville, with organ recitalist Karen Schneider Kirner, St.
Boniface organist Ann Nagy, and the St. Boniface Choir, beginning at
will feature the recently renovated
, expanded with ranks
from the former organ at St. Mary Catholic Church in Evansville.
August 2010: Trinity United Methodist Church in Evansville Arts in
August Concert Series, all programs at 3pm:
1 Christopher Bolduc, Baritone, with Charles Webb,
8 Mary Dicken, Harpist, Veronica Dicker, Violist
· August 15
Charles Webb, Organist, on the 58-rank
· August 22
Catherine Clarke Narodolillo, Luther Lewis Reginald Smith, Jr., and
Tedrin Blair Lindsay, Pianist
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETINGS:
The Executive Committee meets
on the following Mondays at Eastside Christian Church, Weinbach at
Bayard Park, at 5:30pm, unless indicated otherwise. Chapter
members are welcome to attend a meeting to share ideas, suggestions, or
concerns with our chapter's officers.
August 17 , 2009
September 14 at 5:30pm in Neu Chapel
October 5, 2009
November 2, 2009
December 7, 2009
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