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Sunday, November 22, 2009 5:15 PM

Organ Recital: Jeremy Filsell

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  • Passacaglia und Fugue über BACH, Op. 150
    Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877–1933)
  • Suite: Laudate Dominum (1961)
    Peter Hurford (b. 1930)
     Rondo da Chiesa
     French Carol
     Exurgat Deus
  • Evocation (poème symphonique), Op. 37
    Marcel Dupré (1886–1971)
     Adagio con tenerezza
     Allegro Deciso

About Jeremy Filsell

Jeremy Filsell has established a concert career as one of only a few virtuoso performers on both the piano and the organ. He has performed as a solo pianist in Russia, the USA, and across the UK. He has appeared regularly at St John’s Smith Square and the Wigmore and Conway Halls in London. His concerto repertoire encompasses Mozart and Beethoven through to Rachmaninoff (2nd & 3rd Concertos), Shostakovich and John Ireland. As an organist, Jeremy’s extensive discography comprises solo discs for Guild, Signum, Herald, and ASV. He has recorded for BBC Radio 3 in solo and concerto roles. His extensive solo career has included recent recitals in the UK, USA (where he toured for the 12th time in April 2008 and where he was a featured artist at the 2008 AGO National Convention in Minneapolis), Germany (Landsberg), France (St Sulpice Paris and Chartres Cathedral), Finland (Lahti Festival), Norway (Oslo Dom). He has led master classes in performance and interpretation on the Henry Wood (Ireland) and Oundle International Summer Schools, Eton Choral Courses, and at Utah State and Yale universities (USA). In 1998 he completed recording the complete oeuvre pour orgue of Marcel Dupré (12 CDs) for Guild and in 2004 recorded the six Organ Symphonies of Louis Vierne on the 1890 Cavaillé-Coll organ in St Ouen Rouen for Signum.

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