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1. Olivier Latry plays at Saint Sulpice Church

Olivier Latry, titular organist of the great organ of Notre-Dame de Paris, will offer us a high quality program with Jehan Alain’s Second Fantasy, Louis Vierne’s Sixth Symphony and his Salve Regina, with the participation of Damien Rivière, tenor.

4:30pm, 20/11 (Sun) *4:30pm CET*
@ Saint Sulpice Church, Paris
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2. Jeremy Filsell at St Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral

Jeremy Filsell (Organist and Director of Music at St. Thomas, 5th Avenue, NYC) returns to St Mark’s for the next concert of the Music Series. One of only a few virtuoso performers as both pianist and organist, his discography comprises more than 35 solo recordings. Music to include Buxtehude, Cochereau, Vierne and more.

7:30pm, 18/11 (Fri) *2:30am+1 CET*
@ St Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral Minneapolis
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3. Michael Koller at Terra Sancta Organ Festival

Held in eight different countries across the Middle East and the Levant, the Terra Sancta Organ Festival offers a rare opportunity to hear these beautiful instruments in real time. Wrapping up the Festival in Syria, this recital by Austrian organist Michael Koller is joined by the Ensemble Classica, a group of Syrian singers from Aleppo.

7:30pm, 19/11 (Sat) *6:30pm CET*
@ Church of St. Francis, Aleppo
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4. Peter DuBois at Third Presbyterian Church

Organist Peter DuBois plays the second of two recitals, featuring the twelve major organ works of César Franck. DuBois has been Director of Music/Organist at Third Presbyterian Church since 1991.

4pm, 20/11 (Sun) *10pm CET*
@ Third Presbyterian Church, Rochester, NY
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5. Aaron James & Jonathan Oldengarm at MET

Aaron James, Director of Music at the Toronto Oratory of St Philip Neri, joins Jonathan Oldengarm, Minister of Music of the home church for the last concert of the fall season at the Thursday Noon at Met. With Aaron on the organ and Jonathan on the piano, music includes one of Franck’s all-time favourites Prélude, Fugue et Variation, Borowski’s Adoration and Joseph Clokey’s Symphonic Piece.

12pm, 24/11 (Thu) *6pm CET*
@ Metropolitan United Church, Toronto
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https://www.aross.fr/en/news/
https://ourcathedral.org/pray/music/
https://www.tsorganfestival.org/
https://www.thirdpresbyterian.org/worship/music/

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