College of Fine Arts and Communication
Organ Performance & Sacred Music Studies
East Carolina University School of Music continues its commitment to excellence and creativity in organ performance and sacred music studies with the appointment of the 2006-2007 Robert L. Jones Distinguished Professors of Music.
Professors Ludger Lohmann and Dame Gillian, who will join the ECU faculty in a year marked by extraordinary concerts, recitals and master classes, centered around the recently inaugurated C.B. Fisk, Opus 126.
Professor for organ at Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Stuttgart. Master classes and recitals with a special focus upon the music of the J .S. Bach, the North German school and German Romanticism will be presented throughout his residencies.
Dame Gillian is one of the world’s most acclaimed concert organists, recording artist and teachers. Dame Weir will present recitals and master classes with special focus upon the music of French Romantic and Modern Schools throughout her residencies.
Events open to the Public
Residency I: September 11- 30, 2006 || Residency II: November 6-19, 2006
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 401 East Fourth Street, Greenville or other location to be announced
Residency I: January 22-February 9, 2007 || Residency II: March 21-April 5
Organ works of Franck, the French Symphonic School and Messiaen as well as French Classical and music of J.S. Bach.