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Organ Recital: Thomas Trotter - Bach, Mozart & Schumann
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Apr 3 2016
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If you never had the chance of listening to Walt Disney Concert Hall's organ, this season you can have the experience. Designed by organ builders, Manuel Rosales and Caspar Von Glatter-Gotz, the instrument is unique in its own way, with the wooden pipes being displayed prominently, distinguishing it from organs at other venues. So, in order to have this ultimate pipe organ experience, get your Organ Recital tickets to be a part of Walt Disney's famous organ recital series at the hall.
The organ recital series began at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2004. Today, the venue hosts the season every year, featuring celebrated classical organists from across the globe. This season, Ann Elise Smoot and Ullrich Bohme will perform at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. The former has performed across the United States, Great Britain and Europe, to a repertoire that ranges from the 14th century masterpieces to the present day contemporary music. She is particularly known for her ability to switch between musical genres with elegance. Her recent recital included returns to Oundle and to Yale and she made her debut performance at the Walt Disney Concert Hall on 9th March.
Ullrich Bohme, one of Germany's finest organists made his debut in November, last year. Bohme has toured to various European countries, and to North America and Japan. He has also appeared as a jury member for many international organ competitions. Paul Jacobs will return this year to perform at the hall after quite some time. Jacobs is a critically acclaimed artist who has performed in five continents and the fifty states of the U.S. His repertoire features music from the 16th century and includes the latest works that have been written by him. He is famous for his ability to play on demand at his concerts, for he has memorized a number of classics, which include complete works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Cesar Franck and Olivier Messiaen. The artist, owing to his work, has been described by The Chicago Tribune as; “one of the most supremely gifted organists…”
Jacobs is known for making history in music industry when he gave a performance of J.S. Bach's complete organ works in an 18-hour marathon performance. Apart from this, he also toured to North America, performing the complete organ works of Olivier Messiaen. Jacobs is on the San Francisco Symphony's “Favorite” guest list and has toured with them a lot, performing a varied repertoire. He has also been the guest soloist for many orchestra companies, which include Kansas City Symphony, Miami's New World Symphony and Cincinnati Symphony.
In 2004, Jacobs became the first organist who bagged the Harvard Musical Association's Arthur W. Foote Award. In 2011, he won the prestigious Grammy Award for 'Best Instrumental Soloist Performance' for his recording of “Messiaen Livre du Saint Sacrement”. This marked the first time that a solo organ music disc had won this award. Apart from that, many of his students have also won national and international competitions.
This year, Jacobs returns for yet another dazzling performance. At his 4th May concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall, he will perform the complete Clavier-Ubang III. This collection of organ compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach contains his most complex work. It is also considered to be his most noteworthy and extensive organ work. It would be a treat to watch Jacobs perform these challenging compositions. So, get your Organ Recital tickets to be a part of the show.