Chapel Organ Recital

ANDREW HATCH ’17
BUSINESS MANAGER
For many, the organ is an awe-inspiring instrument, separated from all others by its scope and gravitas. Few pursue the organ with such fearlessness as Isabella Demers does. Presently, Demers serves as Organ Professor and Head of the Organ Program at Baylor University in Texas. Known for her desire to tackle the most difficult pieces with a fierce tenacity, she has received rave reviews for her concert performances in the past.
This Friday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 P.M. in the Chapel, Demers with will put on a free recital including works from great composers like Bach and Reger, as well as excerpts from the Harry Potter Suite. Known as a dynamic and engaging organist, her programs include an eclectic mix of old masters and modern themes. Demers’ has traveled throughout the country and around the world, sharing her gift with dazzled audiences.
Throughout the year, the Chapel will host several accomplished organists as part of an annual organ recital series. The Trinity organ is one of the largest in the Northeast, with nearly 6,000 pipes. Organ lessons are provided for those interested by College Organist John Rose. ​

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