Past recitals


2011

Sunday 20 March, 3.30pm

BACH ROCKS!
Amy Johansen (Sydney University Organist)


On the eve of his birth anniversary, this recital includes music by Johann Sebastian Bach, and other composers inspired by the great master of Leipzig.

Prelude and Fugue in A minor (BWV 543)

Air from Suite in D (BWV 1063) arr. S. Karg-Elert

Three chorale preludes on Allein Gott in der Hoh' sei Ehr'

Trio on a theme of Bach: Alles wast du bist (Billy Nalle)
Leipziger Gigue (W.A. Mozart)

Fantasia, Pedalexercitium and Fugue in G minor (542/589)

Sunday 10 April, 3.30pm

PLAYING FAVOURITES, Part 2
Amy Johansen (Sydney University Organist)


The continuation of audience requests submitted in 2010

A Wedding Fanfare - Sir Arthur Bliss
Grand Choeur in D major - Alexandre Guilmant
Vater unser im Himmelreich - Georg Boehm
Dieu parmi nous - Olivier Messiaen
Adagio - Albinoni/Giazotto
Sonata III in A Major - Felix Mendelssohn
Duo d'Amour - Francis Thome
Elegy - Sir George Thalben-Ball
Final from the 6th Organ Symphony - Charles-Marie Widor

Sunday 15 May, 3.30pm

ORGANIC SPLENDOUR
Amy Johansen (Sydney University Organist)


Music for the King of Instruments, demonstrating its many moods from serene to thrilling

Sunday 7 August, 3.30pm

JOSEPH NOLAN
Organist and Master of the Choristers, St George's Cathedral (Perth) and formerly Organist of the Chapel
Royal, St James's Palace, London)

Friday 30 September, 7.00pm

ULLRICH BOEHME
Organist, Thomaskirche, Leipzig


Appointed in 1985, Professor Boehme serves as organist in the famous church at which Bach worked for 27 years

A twilight carillon recital by Amy Johansen at 6.30pm precedes the organ recital.

G. Boehm: Prelude and Fugue in C Major
Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht

J.S. Bach: Concerto in a minor after Vivaldi
An Wasserflussen Babylon
Prelude and Fugue in E flat

Gunter Neubert: Kyrie from Sonata da Chiesa

Franz Liszt: Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen

Sunday 16 October, 2-5pm

OPEN DAY FOR KIDS!
Carillon and Organ


Try out the University's two largest musical instruments, and hear the Vice-Chancellor, Dr Michael Spence, narrate the classic tale of Peter and the Wolf

Sunday 6 November, 3.30pm

RICHARD MOORE
Organ Scholar, St John's College, Oxford)


A special recital in association with the Glebe Music Festival

Sunday 11 December, 3.30pm

THE PLAYING OF THE MERRY ORGAN
Amy Johansen (Sydney University Organist)


Enjoy the festive spirit of Christmas with favourites old and new


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