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The world-renowned Curtis Institute of Music has partnered once again with All Hallows Episcopal Church Wyncote to bring the current group of Curtis organ students to All Hallows in a series of 5 concerts during 2023/24 to be played on the historic Skinner Organ beginning on September 30, 2023 at 7:00pm.  The schedule for the first time includes two additional concerts: a String Chamber Music Concert (12/9), a Latvian Music Ensemble (3/16) and The Curtis Winds directed by faculty members of The Imani Winds (5/9/24).

Introducing the organ concert 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.”

The next Curtis at All Hallows performance will be on Saturday, April 27th when Daniel Carroll will be the featured artist. 

Daniel Carroll is a freshman at the Curtis Institute of Music, studying with Alan Morrison and Jeffrey Brillhart. He studied previously with Daniel Aune at the Peabody Conservatory, David Lang of the Reston Chorale, and Michael Galdo. He holds a passion for improvisation which he has begun to study formally this year and hopes to pursue by studying abroad in the future.

Daniel has been a regular church organist since the age of twelve, the same year he began playing the organ. He holds the Organ Scholar position at St. Thomas Church, Whitemarsh under the direction of Michael Smith. Daniel grew up in a small town in Northern Virginia. He was part of a group of four young organists who began studying together at the same church. This group allowed for healthy competition and close friendships. It was through the camaraderie of the four that Daniel was able to discern organ performance as a career. Outside of the organ, Daniel played baseball until junior year of high school. Baseball was a part of his life since he was five. Although he did not begin organ until much later, it proved to be what he enjoys doing most.

RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKETS FOR THE April 27, 2024 with Mr. Carroll
About All Hallows
All Hallows Church, Wyncote, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1891.  We are a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania of the Episcopal Church, USA, which is part of the Anglican Communion.
All Hallows is a community of faith centered in worship, grounded in scripture, with a desire to grow ever more faithful in our lives centered in Jesus Christ.  Seeking to engage in a journey of faith that integrates the beauty of tradition while responding to a call to discern new ways to seek God’s presence, we invite you to come and see, to pray and to discover a spiritual home that nurtures your soul.