Noontime Organ Recital

Noontime Organ Recital
October 02
12:30 PM to 1:10 PM

October 2 Organist:  Katie Moss

Program:

Praeludium in G Major - Nicolaus Bruhns (1665-1697)

From Early American Tunes for Organ - David Evan Thomas (b. 1958)
            Resignation
            Wondrous Love

From Clavierubung, Teil III - J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
            Wir Glauben all in einen Gott (BWV 681)
            Wir Glauben all in einen Gott (BWV 680)

Chorale No. 1 in E Major - Cesar Franck (1822-1890)

Dr. Katie Moss, an accomplished and versatile recitalist, has performed as a solo organist across the United States. Recent performances include the Musforum Conference of Women in Church Music (St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN), the Basilica of St. Mary (Minneapolis, MN), and Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church (Ellison Bay, WI).

Katie received the Doctor of Music degree in 2019 from Indiana University, where her primary teacher was Dr. Christopher Young. Her dissertation “Of Things Hoped for” examines the organ works of Minnesota-based composer David Evan Thoams, which she frequently performs. She also studied organ with Dr. John Behnke and piano with Dr. Michael Thiele at Concordia University in Mequon, WI, where she received the Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (2010). She is a certified Parish Musician in the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.

Katie is the recipient of numerous awards; these include winner of the Milwaukee Music Teachers’ Association Young Artists Competition (piano), winner of the 2011 Schubert Club Student Scholarship Competition, second place winner in the 2011 American Guild of Organists Region VI Young Artists Competition, and recipient of the St. Luke Goulding & Wood Scholarship (2010-2015).

She is actively involved in numerous professional organizations. In the summer of 2019, she was a finalist in the Emerging Scholars Forum hosted by the Hymn Society of the United States and Canada for her research paper titled, “Extra-Ordinary: Strophic Paraphrases of the Ordinary of the Mass.”

Katie currently serves as organist and handbell director at Messiah Church in Plymouth, MN.

At St. Olaf, we are blessed to have a magnificent 67-rank pipe organ. This fall, it will be showcased in a series of recitals on Wednesday afternoons, immediately following the noon Mass.
Come hear the organ thunder with might and whisper gently as talented organists showcase a variety of repertoire.

Wednesday Organ Recitals run from September 18 through December 4, and will be approx. 30-40 minutes long.
Freewill donation.

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