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DAILY CONCERTS: Bach at Noon

Daily Organ Meditations which take place Tuesday through Friday from 12:30pm to 12:45pm featuring the Organ Works of Johann Sebastian Bach.

Grace Church in New York, U.S.A.

Sunday, March 17, 2002, 1:00pm - 6:00pm

25th Annual Bach Marathon
Celebrate the silver anniversary of this great Washington tradition and the silver anniversary of special guests, the Washington Bach Consort. Four hours of organists playing the music of Bach on the magnificent 3-manual, 2500-pipe, glass-encased Rieger tracker organ, surrounding an hour of the Washington Bach Consort.

Schedule:
1:00 Kenneth Lowenberg
1:30 Lisa Mitchell
2:00 William Neal
2:30 Mickey Thomas Terry

3:00 Washington Bach Consort and J. Reilly Lewis, Director, present choral and instrumental music by Bach.

4:00 Chuyoung Suter
4:30 Ed Moore
5:00 Pat Schrock
5:30 Douglas Beck

6:00 Catered German dinner

Admission to the marathon is free: come when you can; leave when you must. Charge for dinner.

at The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
1 Chevy Chase Circle, NW
Washington, DC 20015

Monday, March 18, 2002 -- NEW!

Trombone Recital
Haim Avitsur, Trombone
Kyle Adams, Piano

March 18, 2002 at 8:00 pm
Second Presbyterian church
6 West 96th Street.
suggested donation $10.00.
(212) 749-1700.

Program

Towards the Light -- Jan Freidlin

Winter Ballade -- Jan Freidlin

Distant Early Warning -- Justin Writer

In Memoriam for Trombone Violin and Piano -- Inessa Zaretsky

Potpourri after Incidental Music to Shakespeare's
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 73a -- Victor Frost

Sonata No. 2 -- David Loeb
Allegro Tranquillo
Lento
Scherzando

Toccata and Blues -- Joshua Rosenblum

Sunday, November 24, 2002

Organ Concert
Dan Long, organ
St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue
One West 53rd Street, NYC
Sunday, November 24, 2002 at 5:15 p.m.

June 24 - July 14, 2003

FOMS-BOMS 2003

~French Organ Music Seminar~
Marie-Louise Langlais and Christina Harmon, Directors

~British Organ Music Seminar~
Richard Townend and Cliff Varnon, Directors

Prepare now to join us in the summer of 2003 for the incredible FOMS-BOMS experience!

New features include in-depth study of English and French music at noted conservatories, with optional visits to area organs, including the organs of Brittany.

Check www.bfoms.com in the summer of 2002 for more specific information, or write FOMS-BOMS, 8409 Pickwick, #123, Dallas, Texas 75225; or email: crharmon@pcbc.org or crharmon@ont.com.

June 29 - July 3, 2003 -- NEW!

A National Worship & Music Conference

will be held in beautiful San Diego, June 29 - July 3, 2003.
All musicians, pastors, worship & music leaders of any denomination are invited.
The conference is sponsored by the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians.


PLEASE, PLEASE HELP: We have a choice of two beautiful hotels for the conference. One will only work if the registration is under 350 people and the other will only work if registration is over 350 people. Both are outstanding and offer the same room rate. We need help with numbers today because a contract will be signed soon.

REPLY TODAY WITH THE FOLLOWING:
*If you hope to attend the conference, hit reply and type A.
*If you hope to attend the conference and possibly bring your family,
hit reply and type A+ (number bringing along)
*If you really doubt you will be attending, hit reply and type B.

PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO RESPOND NOW BEFORE THIS E-MAIL MESSAGE IS FORGOTTEN.
YOUR HELP WILL INSURE THAT YOUR CONFERENCE EXPERIENCE WILL BE GREAT!
(Note: Formal registration materials will be mailed out October 2002.)
We would love it if you would forward this message to anyone who might benefit from the conference.

The conference will feature:
* Meaningful worship in extraordinary and diverse worship spaces
* Keynotes by Metropolitan New York Bishop Steve Bouman
and former Iranian Hostage Kathryn Koob
* Gifted musicians Michael Hawn, John Ferguson, Anne Krentz Organ,
Bob Plimpton and more
* The Bach Choir of Holy Trinity in New York, famed for their regular performance
of Bach Cantatas, directed by Rick Erickson
* Practical workshops in a variety of areas

Plan to stay in Southern California for the long 4th of July weekend
and treat yourself to some renewal time in a truly beautiful setting.

AND PLEASE, PLEASE RESPOND TODAY WITH
"I HOPE TO BE THERE" (Letter A)
Our hotel contract will be signed based on the responses received by March 17.

For more conference information click www.alcm.org
Click conferences and page to the bottom, and then click the national site for San Diego info.
OR
Go directly to that site by clicking www.faithonline.org/sd2003/index.html