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Organ Concert: Bach & Mozart Performances | Oakland

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Sunday, May 24, 2015 - 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm | Cost: FREE
Cathedral of Christ the Light | 2121 Harrison Street, Oakland, CA

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Enjoy the sounds of the magnificent Conroy Memorial Organ as we welcome organist Bryan Dunnewald to The Cathedral of Christ the Light. Relax and bask in the beautiful performance of works by Bach, Marcel Dupré, Mozart and Calvin Hampton.

Bryan Dunnewald, of Arvada, Colorado, is a student in the studio of Alan Morrison at the Curtis Institute of Music, where he pursues a Bachelor’s degree in organ performance. In May 2014, he graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy, receiving the Academy’s highest awards in the arts, academics, citizenship and character. Bryan is a composer, having written works for ensembles and soloists alike; he also enjoys improvisation, and has accompanied dance classes (entirely improvised) for the Interlochen Dance Company.

Bryan is the 2013 recipient of the first prize, high school division, and the hymn-playing award at the national Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival Competition. He has performed in many states and venues, and on National Public Radio, as a soloist and in collaboration with large ensembles, such as the Colorado Symphony. His teachers have included Dr. Martha Sandford-Heyns, Thomas Bara, Steve Larson and Dr. Joseph Galema.

It’s rare to see a young prodigy such as Bryan at the CTL, so don’t miss this exciting opportunity.

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Cost: FREE
Categories: Live Music
Address: 2121 Harrison Street, Oakland, CA