OHS presents Nathan Laube in Recital
The Organ Historical Society is pleased to present world-renown organist Nathan Laube in recital at Girard College on Tuesday October 15, 2019 at 7:30pm.
The recital which is open to the general public serves as a fundraiser for the Friends of the Girard College Organ. It is the culminating event in a three day Symposium about about E.M. Skinner and the Symphonic organ. Girard College is home to the fourth largest organ in Philadelphia and the last personally designed and finished by Ernest Skinner of the Æolian-Skinner Organ Company.
Tickets are $17.50 ($20 at the door) and $15 for students.
In addition to serving on the faculty of the Eastman School of Music as Assistant Professor of Organ, Nathan Laubes extensive recital career includes major venues and festivals spanning four continents. He has been a featured performer at National Conventions of the Organ Historical Society in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016. Nathan was featured at the national conventions of the American Guild of Organists in 2010 Washington, DC, and in 2012 Nashville, TN; he also performed for their 2017 regional conventions in Dallas TX, Montreal PQ, and Youngstown OH. In May of 2018 he played the Hindemith Kammermusik VII with the Karajan Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker (formerly Orchestra Academy), and his concert schedule for 2019 includes a solo recital at Maison Radio France in Paris, France and a performance of the complete Bach Clavierubung III at Londons Royal Festival Hall.
Mr. Laube has two CD recordings available: the Stephen Paulus Grand Concerto on the Naxos label (NAXOS 8.559740) recorded with the Nashville Symphony, Giancarlo Guerrero, conducting, which received a GRAMMY Award for Best Classical Compendium; and a new solo recital recording on the Ambiente label (AMBIENTE ACD-1062), recorded at the Stadtkirche in Nagold, Germany.
Nathan is frequently asked to teach master classes and workshops in connection with his concerts. Mr. Laube also serves as Chair of the Friends of the Library and Archives for the Organ Historical Society.
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