Curtis at All Hallows
The future of organ performance…..today
The world-renowned Curtis Institute of Music has partnered with All Hallows Episcopal Church Wyncote to bring the current group of Curtis organ students to All Hallows in a series of concerts during 2022-2023. A series of 4 organ concerts will be played on the historic Skinner Organ beginning on October 1, 2022 at 7:00pm.
Introducing the performers, Alan Morrison, Haas Charitable Trust Chair in Organ Studies, at Curtis said, “Our students perform all over the country (and the world), in venues large and small. They welcome the opportunity to play in this intimate performance venue on a classic organ that has been designed to complement the acoustics of the building.”
Morrison has identified four current students who will perform in four concerts during 2022-2023. They are Emily Amos (October 1, 2022); Alexander Leonardi (November 19, 2022); Isabella Isza Wu (February 11, 2023) and Oak Martin (April 29, 2023).
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