Grand Organ Recital III – Nathan Laube
In the third of five recitals in the 2019-2020 Grand Organ Series, Nathan Laube plays The Miller-Scott Organ for the first time. Laube, “Once a ‘rising star,’ is now an international star, and his consummate musicianship is justifiably celebrated worldwide.” (The Tracker) His program, featuring some of his own transcriptions for organ, will present works of Wagner, Liszt and J.S. Bach.
Venue: Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue
1 West 53rd St.
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