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The Peabody Memorial Organ Made by Ernest M. Skinner, 1925

First Tuesday One O’Clock Concerts

Once a month, the public is invited to hear leading organists from New York City and abroad perform on St. Ann’s historic Skinner organ in the First Tuesday One O’Clock Organ Concert series. Curated by St. Ann’s Director of Music and Organist Gregory D’Agostino, these concerts take place on the first Tuesday of each month at 1:00 pm. Admission is free. Your voluntary support of the organ restoration fund and this concert series is most welcome and appreciated.

2019-2020 Season

October 1, 2019
Frank Fano
Music by Sowerby, Langlais and Bach

November 5, 2019 (Election Day)
Kalle Toivio
Music by the German romantic composer Julius Reubke and an improvisation on submitted themes.

December 3, 2019
Judith Hancock
Music by Karg-Elert, Dupré, Manz and Near

January 7, 2020
Paul Olson
Music by Buxtehude, Duruflé, Tournemire and Bach

February 4, 2020
George Davey
Music by Vierne, Shearing and Sowande

March 3, 2020
Chris Creaghan
Music by Bach, Widor, Wertsch, Hebble and Bednall

April 7, 2020
Michał Szostak
Music by Bach, Vierne and an Improvisation

May 5, 2020
David Hirst
Music by Holst, Alcock and Elgar

June 2, 2020
Andrew Henderson
Music by Elgar, Howells, Weaver and Widor

Past seasons of the First Tuesday One O’Clock Concert series.

2018-2019 Season

October 2, 2018
Paul-Martin Maki
Works by Bruhns, Widor, Vierne

November 6, 2018
John Wolfe
Works by Vierne, Messiaen

December 4, 2018,
Justin Bischof
Advent improvisations

February 5, 2019
Gregory D’Agostino
Works by Debussy, Vierne, Karg-Elert, Calvin Hampton, and Khachaturian

 

March 5, 2019
James Wetzel
Works by Bach, Duruflé

April 2, 2019
Kenneth Dake
Works by New York composers including Horatio Parker, Mark Miller, McNeil Robinson

May 7, 2019
Maria Rayzvasser
Widor Symphony No. 5 (complete)

June 4, 2019
Federico Teti
Works by Rossini, Liszt

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The Sanctuary as a Performance Space

St. Ann’s welcomes musical organizations and artists that favor the sanctuary as a venue for their rehearsals and concerts. Some have made St. Ann’s their home, such as the annual Brooklyn Folk Festival and the String Orchestra of Brooklyn. Upcoming performances by many groups can be found here. Information on the rental of the sanctuary and other space in the complex is available here.

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