All Columbus Chapter programs are open to the public and free of charge, unless otherwise indicated. We hope you will join us!
The churches at which we hold our programs are very generous with our chapter in terms of resources and building usage. To allow them to recoup some of the costs attendant to hosting us, churches may choose to take a freewill offering during our programs. Please remember that these programs are all open to the public and always free to our members. You are under no obligation to contribute to the offering unless you are moved to do so. Our thanks go out to the many churches and other venues who have so generously supported the work of our chapter.
Friday, September 26 – 7:30 p.m.
Recital by 2013 Regional Competition winner Nicholas Quardokus
Broad Street Presbyterian Church
Nicholas Quardokus, a student of Janette Fishell at The Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University and winner of the 2013 Region V competition, will present a program of works by Bach, Franck, Vierne, and others.
Saturday, October 25 – 10:00 a.m.
Pedals, Pipes and Pizza
St. Paul the Apostle R. C. Church, Westerville
Following last season’s highly successful program, and the second in what is planned to become an annual occurrence, this October’s event will feature the new Muller Pipe Organ at the church.
Saturday, November 15 – 10:00 a.m.
Workshop with Nathan Laube
Sunday, November 16 – 3:00 p.m.
Recital by Nathan Laube
St. Joseph Cathedral
The Columbus Chapter is co-sponsoring Mr. Laube’s concert with St. Joseph Cathedral. A nationally acclaimed artist who has already earned a place among the organ world’s finest performers, Nathan Laube has recently been named Assistant Professor of Organ at the Eastman School of Music.
Saturday, January 17 – 10:00 a.m. to noon, and
Monday, January 19 – 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Workshop: “Effective Use of Time for Part-time Musicians”
Northwest Christian Church, Upper Arlington
Following our pattern of the previous two seasons, this workshop will be offered twice to accommodate as many members as possible. A panel will help in leading the discussion and offering suggestions. Refreshments will be available one-half hour before each workshop.
Sunday, April 26 – 3:00 p.m.
Annual Student Recital
*benefitting the Young Organists Scholarship Fund
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Upper Arlington
Now in its third year, our annual Student Recital provides a stage for tomorrow’s organists and for some adults continuing their study, as well. Teachers: mark this date and plan now to have your students take part. A free-will offering will go into our Young Organists Scholarship Fund which, as it grows, will enable our chapter to provide incentive for continued study to students who demonstrate a serious interest in developing their organ skills.