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The Boston Chapter of the American Guild of Organists presents:

Triumphant Transcriptions | The Orchestra Reimagined
Music of Rachmaninoff, Wagner, Cochereau and more,
transcribed for organ and piano.
TIME: Friday, March 11, 2016 | 7:30 PM
PLACE:  Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street, Boston
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$25 General Admission
$20 Seniors and Students
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DESCRIPTION:
Peter Richard Conte, Grand Court Organist of Philadelphia’s Wanamaker Department Store, and Jeremy Filsell, Artist-in-Residence at Washington National Cathedral, join forces to bring new life to orchestral favorites including Rachmaninoff’s beloved Piano Concerto Number 1 in F# minor.
The concert also includes Conte’s dazzling transcription of music from Richard Wagner’s “Die Walküre” and Filsell’s transcription of a Symphony improvised at Boston’s Symphony Hall in 1956 by Pierre Cocherau, celebrated organist of Notre Dame Cathedral.
This concert is sponsored by the Boston Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
PROGRAM
WAGNER | Wotan’s Farewell and Magic Fire Music  from Die Walküre
COCHERAU | “Symphonie Improvisée”
(Transcription of an Improvisation originally recorded in 1956 at Symphony Hall, Boston)
Intermission
SAINT-SAËNS | “My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice” from Samson and Delilah
Andrew Ennis, flugelhorn
PUCCINI | “Nessun Dorma” from Turandot
Andrew Ennis, flugelhorn

RACHMANINOFF | Piano Concerto Op. 1 No. 1 in F# minor


Jeremy Filsell, piano      Old South’s Organ Console      Peter Richard Conte, organ
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