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Organ Recital

by Bill Tobin
April 18, 2013

All are invited to an organ recital at St. Mary's by a renowned German organist.

Ms. Wiltrud Fuchs will present a spring concert on this pipe organ on Friday, April 26th at  7:00pm at St. Mary's Catholic Church on Washington Street, opposite Holliston Town Hall

St. Mary’s Music Ministry is excited to present an organ concert by renowned German organist Wiltrud Fuchs on April 26th at 7pm.

 

Originally from Heidelberg, Ms. Fuchs studied organ in Germany with Michael Schneider, in Italy with Fernando Germani, and in Austria with Anton Heiller. She was a prizewinner at the International Organ Festival in Nuremberg, and holds an Award for Cultural Development by the Regional Authority of Osnabrück. She has performed concert tours in South America, the USA, Russia and China, and currently resides in Weimar, Germany.

 

In retirement she studied Sinology (Chinese) and has taught  in Beijing and Taiwan.

She has designed a concert program especially suitable for St. Mary’s Organ, which will include works by Bach, Haydn, Liszt and Mendelssohn, among others.

This event is free and open to the public

There will be a reception for Ms. Fuchs after the recital.

All are welcome.

 

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