Tonight at Princeton Chapel: Christopher Houlihan in Recital

Chris Houlihan


Tonight at Princeton Chapel, organist Christopher Houlihan plays a free recital at 8 PM. At 25, Houlihan is one of the rising stars on the instrument.  His program includes a variety of repertoire; we’ve posted a teaser track of him playing Vierne, one of his specialties, below.

Catch him tonight or elsewhere on his US tour (dates below).




Christopher Houlihan, organist

Wednesday, September 25th, 8:00 PM

Princeton University Chapel

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ

Free admission


Widor:  Allegro, from Symphony No. 6, opus 42, no. 2
Bach: Toccata, Adagio and Fugue, BWV 564
Duruflé: Prelude and Fugue on the name Alain
Louis Vierne: Carillon de Westminster, from 24 Pièces de Fantasie, opus 54
Liszt: Fantasy and Fugue on “Ad nos, ad salutarem undam”
FALL 2013 National Tour


September 22, Hurricane, WV: Forrest Burdette United Methodist Church

September 25, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Chapel

October 6, London, Ontario, Canada: Metropolitan United Church

October 18, Indianapolis, IN: Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church

October 27, Birmingham, AL: Samford University, Reid Chapel

November 14, Emmitsburg, MD: Mt. Saint Mary’s Seminary

November 18, Independence, MO: The Auditorium of The Community of Christ

November 24, Washington, DC: First Baptist Church

November 29, Grand Rapids, MI: Mayflower Congregational Church

Published by christiancarey

Composer Christian Carey's music has been performed by ACME, Ashlee Mack, Aspen New Music Ensemble, Atlantic Chamber Orchestra, Cassatt String Quartet, Choir of Grace Church Newark, Ionisation New Music Ensemble, Jody Redhage, Joe Arndt, John McMurtery, Locrian Chamber Players, loadbang, Megan Ihnen, New York New Music Ensemble, Wendy Richman, and others.

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