Organ concerts – Thomas Scheehan

Thomas Sheehan Organist at the  HARVARD MEMORIAL CHURCH BOSTON Saturday August 12th 2017 at 12 noon Sunday August 13th 2017 at 5 pm   Thomas Sheehan is the Associate University Organist and Choirmaster at the Memorial Church at Harvard University and the Teaching Fellow and Accompanist for the Harvard Glee Club. Prior to these positions, he served on Read more about Organ concerts – Thomas Scheehan[…]

Concert next Thursday 10th at 12 pm

Þórir Jóhannsson Double Bassist, Reykjavík & Eyþór Ingi Jónsson organist, Akureyrarkirkja Thursday August 10th 12 noon Music by:G.F. Handel, Z. Kodály, Karólína Eiríksdóttir, Gísli Jóhann Grétarsson (Premiere), M. Bruch. Double bassist Þórir Jóhannsson received his Post Graduate Diploma from the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England in 1992. He freelanced as a musician Read more about Concert next Thursday 10th at 12 pm[…]

Schola cantorum concert on Wednesday

SCHOLA CANTORUM CHAMBER CHOIR OF HALLGRÍMSKIRKJA LUNCHTIME CONCERTS WEDNESDAYS AT 12 NOON June 21 – August 31 Hallgrímskirkja houses two of the very best choirs in Iceland and Schola Cantorum is the church’s multiple prize-winning chamber choir, founded in 1996 by its conductor Hörður Áskelsson. Schola cantorum was awarded the “Performer of the Year 2016” Read more about Schola cantorum concert on Wednesday[…]

Organ concert – Bine Katrine Bryndorf

Bine Katrine Bryndorf Concert organist, Fredriksborg Palace, Denmark. Music by: G. Muffat, C.P.E. Bach, Buxtehude, J. Brahms, J.S. Bach (Passaclia), M. Weckmann, M. Radelescu. Bine Katrine Bryndorf is Castle Organist at Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød, 40 km North of Copenhagen. She is also Visiting Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London and teaches Read more about Organ concert – Bine Katrine Bryndorf[…]

Organ concert – Franz Gunthner

Franz Gunthner Organist Lutkirck, Germany Thursday August 3th 12 noon Music by: J.S.Bach, Vierne, Dubois, Guillmant.    Since November 2011 Franz Günthner has worked for the Rottenburg-Stuttgart diocese as the regional cantor in the Region Allgäu, Oberschwaben and Bodensee as organist in the St. Martin Church in Leutkirch. Franz graduated from the Hochschule für Kath. Read more about Organ concert – Franz Gunthner[…]

Schola Cantorum concert on Wednesday

SCHOLA CANTORUM CHAMBER CHOIR OF HALLGRÍMSKIRKJA LUNCHTIME CONCERTS WEDNESDAYS AT 12 NOON June 21 – August 31 Hallgrímskirkja houses two of the very best choirs in Iceland and Schola Cantorum is the church’s multiple prize-winning chamber choir, founded in 1996 by its conductor Hörður Áskelsson. Schola cantorum was awarded the “Performer of the Year 2016” Read more about Schola Cantorum concert on Wednesday[…]

Organ concert – Willibald Guggenmos

Willibald Guggenmos Convert organist, St. Gallen, Switzerland Saturday July 29th 12pm noon / Sunday July 30th 5pm Music by: Jean Marie Plum, Bourgeois, Garbizu, William Faulkes. / Gigout, Dupont, J.S. Bach, M.Dupré, Pierre Cochereau, Vierne. Willibald Guggenmos studied at the Conservatory at Augsburg, Germany and the Hochschule für Musik in Munich, where he earned a total of three master degrees, Piano, Read more about Organ concert – Willibald Guggenmos[…]

Concert Thursday July 27th noon

ANDREAS SCHMIDT – Baryton Germany INGA RÓS INGÓLFSDÓTTIR – Cellist Reykjavík HÖRÐUR ÁSKELSSON – Organist Hallgrímskirkja Reykjavík Thursday July 27th 12 pm noon Music by: H. Schütz, J.S. Bach, A. Dvorák, F. Mendelssohn   The couple Inga Rós Ingólfsdóttir and Hörður Áskelsson travelled in 1976 to Düsseldorf in Germany for further studies at the Robert Schumann Conservatory and Read more about Concert Thursday July 27th noon[…]

Schola Cantorum – concert tomorrow

SCHOLA CANTORUM CHAMBER CHOIR OF HALLGRÍMSKIRKJA LUNCHTIME CONCERTS WEDNESDAYS AT 12 NOON June 21 – August 31 Hallgrímskirkja houses two of the very best choirs in Iceland and Schola Cantorum is the church’s multiple prize-winning chamber choir, founded in 1996 by its conductor Hörður Áskelsson. Schola cantorum was awarded the “Performer of the Year 2016” Read more about Schola Cantorum – concert tomorrow[…]