Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments
…an international sampler of recently released recordings of organ music.
…as prelude to the next Pipedreams Tour (May 23-June 4), this selection of instruments featured in our itinerary.
HOWEVER, we are deep into planning a trip to Australia (October 31-November 13, 2017)… specifically to Melbourne and Sydney. Watch our website for more information about this special Pipedreams 35th Anniversary Tour hosted by Michael Barone. Get the news first when you sign up for our newsletter!
Michael Barone makes personal appearances here and there, and would love to greet you at one of these upcoming events:
February 19, 2017:
There’s a likelihood that Michael Barone will show up for the gala organ inaugural (and 8-hour marathon performance) at the University of Iowa. If you’re in the area, stop by!
March 18, 2017:
Join Michael Barone and friends for a full morning and afternoon of free performances during the annual Before Bach’s Birthday Bash in the Twin Cities. Details TBA.
You can 'meet Michael' in places that few have a chance to visit, inside the marvelous, magnificent and monumental Wanamaker Grand Court Organ at Macy's Philadelphia Department Store…via a superb behind-the-scenes visit with Wanamaker Organ curator Curt Mangel, via a detailed DVD that reveals much about this incredible music-making masterpiece.
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Behind the Facade:
A Listener’s Guide to the Pipe Organ
1991 Noack organ at Sacred Heart Cathedral, Davenport, IA
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