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The 55th Annual
Conference on Organ Music

October 4-6, 2015

Organ Music of Central Europe

Welcome!

The University of Michigan Department of Organ would like to invite you to the 55th Annual Conference on Organ Music and the 4th Annual Organ Improvisation Competition, October 4th-6th in Ann Arbor.  It is singular in the organ world for its longevity. We are excited to feature a wonderful array of artists and lecturers from the United States and Europe in addition to offerings by Michigan faculty and students. 

Recitals by

Diane Meredith Belcher, Lecturer in Organ, Dartmouth College

Dr. Tiffany Ng, Assistant Professor of Carillon, University of Michigan
Douglas Reed ,
University Organist Emeritus, University of Evansville
Students of Dr. James Kibbie and Dr. Kola Owolabi 
Andrew Earhart ,
Undergraduate Student, University of Michigan
Dr. James Kibbie,
Professor of Organ, University of Michigan
Dr. Kola Owolabi ,
Associate Professor of Organ, University of Michigan

Lectures & Workshops by


Dr. Andrzej Szadejko, Professor of Organ, Gdansk Music Academy, Poland
Dr. Joseph Gascho,
Assistant Professor of Harpsichord
Michael Barone,
Host, Pipedreams
Elizabeth McLain,
Doctoral Candidate, University of Michigan
Brooks Grantier
, FAGO, Marshall, MI

 

Would you, your church, or your business like to become a sponsor for the 55th Annual Conference on Organ Music?

Contact Colin Knapp at knappcr@umich.edu for more information.

 

Graduate Credit Information

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 smtd.admissions@umich.edu

The Organ Department

Credit courses are offered in the University of Michigan Department of Organ toward the degrees of Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance and Sacred Music, Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance and Sacred Music with Teacher Certification, Bachelor of Musical Arts, Master of Music (Organ Performance, Harpsichord Performance, Carillon Performance, Sacred Music or Early Keyboard instruments), and Doctor of Musical Arts (Organ Performance, Harpsichord Performance or Sacred 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 Julia Hoffert, Recruitment Coordinator at jspanja@umich.edu.

Diane Meredith Belcher

Diane Meredith Belcher

 

Andrzej Szadejko

Dr. Andrzej Szadejko

 

Tiffany Ng

Dr. Tiffany Ng, Assistant Professor of Carillon

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Photography Credits:

U-M Photo Services

Joe Welsh

Peter Smith

David Smith

Glen Behring

Tom Bower

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