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A Gift of Music to the Richmond Community, all concerts are free, though donations are gratefully accepted.
Friday, November 15th, at 7:00 p.m.
Allen Bean, Music Minister of Saint Bridget Church since 2005.
Before coming to Saint Bridget, Allen was Director of Music & Youth Ministry at Good Shepherd Episcopal in Richmond, and Organist & Choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal in Vero Beach, Florida. Allen holds degrees from the University of Tennessee and Yale University. He was a 1982-83 International Exchange Scholar to Manchester University, UK. He has held offices with the Richmond American Guild of Organists, the Leadership Program for Musicians, and been President of the Museum District Neighborhood Association, and Vice President of the Yale Club of Richmond.
Friday, January 24th, at 7:00 p.m.
The Chenault Duo
Exclusively performing works written for four hands, four feet, and one pipe organ console, duo organists Elizabeth and Raymond Chenault have commissioned, premiered, and recorded over sixty organ duets. For their renowned artistry they have indisputably earned “The World's Premiere Duo-Organ Team” title given by the Atlanta Journal & Constitution. The Chenault's duet career began in 1979 when Arthur Wills of England's Ely Cathedral composed “Toccata for Two” for them. The Chenaults subsequently commissioned duets, in a wide range of compositional styles, from over 25 U.S. and European composers, and have themselves arranged several pieces for organ duet.
Tuesday, March 3rd, at 7:00 p.m.
Stephen, John Paul’s son, is the first artist to return to our series. Choirmaster of the Episcopal Cathedral in Chicago, he is also a former assistant organist of Saint Thomas Church in New York City. His program will include a presentation of Marcel Dupre’s Stations of the Cross, which will be both a musical concert and an opportunity for listeners to take a Lenten Journey through music.
Friday, May 15th, at 7:00 p.m.
Chris is Director of Music at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church on Monument Avenue in Richmond. However, he is a Catholic and a Saint Bridget Parishioner. Christ is a regular substitute for Saturday Masses and helps out on Holy Days, thus, having played the Opus 42 organ almost as much as our Music Minister Allen Bean.
Contact Allen Bean (email@example.com) for more information.