The Organ Department at the University of Michigan invites you to join us in celebrating the extraordinary sixty-six year teaching career of Dr. Marilyn Mason. We will honor her with alumni concerts and guest host, Dave Wagner; a tribute dinner at the Michigan League Ballroom; an AGO reception at the First United Methodist Church; a Grand Night for Singing featuring the organ; and a recital by Tom Trenney.
Additional conference highlights include annual treats such as a presentation by the incomparable Michael Barone and the Second Annual Organ Improvisation Competition. We also look forward to presenting the lecture, concert, and visual offerings of numerous scholars and musicians on this joyous occasion of the 53rd Conference on Organ Music!
Please join us and Marilyn, our soon-to-be Professor Emerita!
We are grateful for the generous financial support of the following sponsors:
The 53rd Conference on Organ Music is lovingly dedicated to the memory of William R. Steinhoff.
Graduate credit is available. The Organ Conference may be taken for one or two credits (graduate level), through the University of Michigan, School of Music, Theatre & Dance and transferred to another institution’s graduate program. For more information contact the School of Music, Theatre & Dance Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Credit courses are offered in the University of Michigan Organ Department toward degrees of Bachelor of Music in Organ and Church Music, Bachelor of Music in Organ and Church Music with Teacher Certification, Master of Music (Organ Performance or Church Music), and Doctor of Musical Arts (Organ Performance or Church Music). Students wishing to apply and audition may visit the “Prospective Students” section of the School of Music, Theatre & Dance website (www.music.umich.edu) or email Trisha Fountain, Assistant Director for Admissions at email@example.com.
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