Music from the Organ’s Nadir—Between Bach and Mendelssohn
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Music from the Organ’s Nadir—Between Bach and Mendelssohn

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Matthew Dirst

Organist, Harpsichordist, Conductor, Artistic Director

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The first American musician to win major international prizes in both organ and harpsichord, Dirst is widely admired for his stylish playing and conducting. This hour-long program, featuring music from an era when leading composers largely ignored the organ—”the king of instruments”—includes masterworks like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Adagio and Allegro in F Minor” (KV 594) and a delightful trio sonata by Johann Ludwig Krebs. Additional works include concertos by John Stanley, who succeeded Han ...


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JUN
2022

12:00 pm

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Berkeley, CA, United States