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Robert Huw Morgan, organist in Recital

Robert Huw Morgan, organist in RecitalFriends of Music at Pasadena Presbyterian Church presents acclaimed organist Robert Huw Morgan in recital on PPC's iconic Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ. Dr. Morgan's program includes music spanning nearly five centuries, and features major works by J.S. Bach and Franz Liszt.

Friends of Music at Pasadena Presbyterian Church presents acclaimed organist Robert Huw Morgan in recital on PPC's iconic Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ. Dr. Morgan's program includes music spanning nearly five centuries, and features major works by J.S. Bach and Franz Liszt.

Robert Huw Morgan is an active recitalist whose repertoire runs from the earliest sources to contemporary music. He has performed the complete works of J.S. Bach and Dieterich Buxtehude, and has toured as both a soloist and accompanist in the Americas, Europe, and Australia, and his recorded perfor-mances have been broadcast in the U.S. and abroad.

Robert Huw Morgan is University Organist, Lecturer in Organ, and Director of both the Stanford University Singers and the Memorial Church Choir at Stanford University. The native of Wales holds dual doctorates in Organ Performance and Orchestral Conducting from the University of Washington, Seattle, as well as undergraduate and graduate degrees from Cambridge University, England.

Presenter / Producer: Friends of Music

Listed Categories
Music > Recitals - Instrumental


Event Phone: 626-793-2191

Venue
Pasadena Presbyterian Church
585 East Colorado Boulevard
Pasadena CA 91101

Regions:
Pasadena / San Gabriel Valley


Performance Dates: 11/10/2018
Saturday, 11/10/2018

Performance Times
7:30 p.m.

Ticket Information( FREE EVENT! ):
Free

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