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The Juilliard School Organ Department presents ...

- with Paul Jacobs

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The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
USA, New York, Juilliard School, Holtkamp organ © Lawson, Steven E
The facade of the Holtkamp organ of the Juilliard School New York, built in 1968, hides nothing, conceals nothing, does not adorn itself, but openly and freely shows the viewer every stop and every partial movement of the organ. The pipes are located on chromatic windchests and these are freely positioned above the stage and partly rotated by 45°. This instrument by Holtkamp has 52 stops and three manuals. Special features are the solo movement (floating division) and the execution of the 12 lowest notes of the Untersatz 32′ as digital (!) sounds.
Since its installation in 1993, the organ in St. Ignatius Loyola Church has become a landmark liturgical and concert instrument in New York City. Built by Mander Organs of London in 1992, the four-manual organ contains sixty-eight speaking stops, nearly five thousand pipes, and weighs over twenty tons; it is believed to be amongst the largest mechanical action organs ever built in the British Isles. The organ was conceived with strong leanings towards the French symphonic style, and has been acclaimed as one of North America’s most significant pipe organs.
The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
Mander organ at St. Ignatius Loyola
The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
Paul Jacobs_C Fran Kaufmann
Paul Jacobs is a citizen of the world on the organ. He has performed on five continents and in all 50 US states. As a 23-year-old, he played Bach’s complete works in an 18-hour concert marathon – but his gigantic repertoire includes old as well as new music. He is the only organist to have received a Grammy Award (in 2011 for a Messiaen album). He has taught at New York’s renowned Juillard School since 2003, serving as head of the organ department since 2004. In 2017, he received an honorary doctorate from Washington and Jefferson College. In 2021, the American Guild of Organists named him “”International Performer of the Year””. https://www.pauljacobsorgan.com/
The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
Amanda Kengor, harp Amelie Held, organ Jeremy Jelinek, organ Eddie Zheng, organ
The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
Audrey Emata, flute Matthew West, percussion Simon Herron percussion Aletheia Teague, organ
Audrey Emata, flute Matthew West, percussion Simon Herron percussion Aletheia Teague, organ
Xenia Puskarz Thomas, mezzo-soprano Raphael Attila Vogl, organ Elena Baquerizo, organ
The Juilliard School Organ Department presents … with Paul Jakobs
Xenia Puskarz Thomas, mezzo-soprano Raphael Attila Vogl, organ Elena Baquerizo, organ

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