The Diapason May 2014 Newsletter

May 21, 2014


In this issue we note the retirement of Marilyn Mason, who has served for 67 years at the University of Michigan, the addition of Martin Baker and Jens Korndörfer to the roster of Karen McFarlane Artists, and the passing of David Gell and Robert Town. Results are reported for the anthem competition at the First Baptist Church of Worcester, Massachusetts, and the 2014 Arthur Poister Competition in Syracuse, New York.

Ken Cowan opened the concert series of the Bach Festival Society at Rollins College, and Christophe Mantoux completed his third American tour under the auspices of Penny Lorenz Artist Management. Coming events include recital series at the Sinsinawa Mound (Sinsinawa) and the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Crosse) in Wisconsin, and at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion in San Diego’s Balboa Park. We also report on new organs by Bedient, Casavant, and Ruffatti, and on an open house at Berghaus.

To read the news stories below, click on the link in the headline highlighted in color, that takes you to the full text on our website. From there, you can also link to additional information about the story.

Our newsletter sponsor this month is A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company of Lithonia, Georgia. The organ they refurbished at Tallowood Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, is featured on the cover of the May 2014 issue of THE DIAPASON. Clicking on the ads will take you to their website.

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Joyce Robinson
Editorial Director, THE DIAPASON
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Joyce Robinson