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Organ at Davidson Series

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OAD Series


Continuing the twelfth season, the popular Organ at Davidson series features David Jaronowski performing on November 13th at 7:30 p.m., playing the versatile Wicks organ in the sanctuary of Davidson College Presbyterian Church, on Main Street (100 N. Main St.) in Davidson.

All programs are on Monday nights and are free (with donations encouraged), followed by a Friends of the Organ meet-the-artist reception immediately after the performance.

David Jaranowski is Director of Music and Organist at Mary Queen of Peace and director of music and liturgy for the Congregation of St. Joseph. He holds degrees from Cleveland State University and Cleveland Institute of Music, where he was a student of Todd Wilson.  He studied early music at Case Western Reserve. Mr. Jaranowski is also the instructor of choral studies at Notre Dame College in South Euclid, OH, where he directs the Concert Choir and serves as organist for performances.

His program will include:

Prelude in D Major, Buxtehude

Preludio 'Sine Nomine,' Howells

Sililoquy, Conte

Trio Sonata in C Major, BWV 529, Bach

Incantation Pour un Jour Saint, Langlais

Before Thy Throne I Now Appear, BWV 668


Organ at Davidson Contributor


In order to sustain and build the Organ at Davidson series, you are invited to become a contributor. Your name will appear in each recital program, with thanks for your support. If you would like press releases emailed to you, you can submit your email address. Click here for the form.