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Upcoming Events:

16 October 2016, 3:00 PM: John Samuel Roper, flute, and Julia Harlow, harpsichord, perform Tikker’s Three German Hymns, in concert at Saint Theresa the Little Flower Church, Summerville, South Carolina.

23 October 2016, 4:00 PM: The Vocal Arts Ensemble presents “We Rage, We Rejoice,” a concert of choral works by Britten, Gesualdo and Haydn. Timothy Tikker will accompany the choir, and will also perform Lou Harrison’s Pedal Sonata for Organ. Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 306 N. Division Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Tickets.

6 November 2016, 5:00 PM: John Samuel Roper, flute, and Julia Harlow, harpsichord, perform Tikker’s Three German Hymns, in concert at Second Presbyterian Church, Charleston, South Carolina.

Date TBA: Kevin Bowyer performs the European première of Tikker’s Sequentia: Dies Iræ (Introduction, Passacaglia & Double Fugue for Organ) on the Willis organ at Glasgow University Memorial Chapel, Scotland.  Also on the program are works by Dieter Buwen, Gabriel Erkoreka, Joe Hallman, Alistair Hinton, David Sheinfeld, and the world première of Wave by Iain Matheson.

New Publications:

Book review: Anthony Hammond’s Pierre Cochereau: Organist of Notre-Dame, in Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society, vol. XXXX, 2014.

Essay: “Performance Practice for the Organ Music of Charles Tournemire” in Mystic Modern: The Music, Though, and Legacy of Charles Tournemire, ed. Jennifer Donelson and Stephen Schloesser, Richmond: Church Music Association of America, 2014.