Friday, Aug 16, 2019, 5:30pm
First Congregational Church, Camden
Christopher Houlihan, organ
With special guests:
Toomai String Quintet
Karla Donehew Perez, violin
George Meyer, violin
Erin Wight, viola
Hamilton Berry, cello
Andrew Roitstein, double bass
Organist Christopher Houlihan, an "intelligently virtuoso musician" (Gramophone) and acclaimed for his "glowing, miraculously life-affirming performance." (Los Angeles Times) returns to our Screen Door Festival to perform a program of homages, transcriptions and musical transformations. The Widor Allegro from Symphony No. 6 weaves and transforms two themes throughout; Howells’ Testament is a reimagining of Tallis’s music; the Ravel Vocalise Etude is an organ transcription by the startlingly talented Christopher Houlihan, and the Vierne Symphony uses two themes in very different ways throughout the movements. At the center of the program is Handel’s luminous Concert in F Major for which Christopher will be joined by Toomai String Quintet.
CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR Allegro, from Symphony No. 6 in G minor, Op. 42, No. 2
HERBERT HOWELLS Master Tallis’s Testament
HANDEL Concerto in F Major, Op. 4, No. 4
RAVEL Vocalise – Etude en forme de Habanera (arr. by Houlihan)
LOUIS VIERNE Symphony No. 6 in B Major, Op. 59
Under age 25 $10
A $3.00 ticketing fee will be applied to each adult single ticket purchase.
Program and Artists are subject to change.