On Friday, June 23rd at 8 PM, organist Christopher Houlihan finishes his tenure at Church of the Holy Apostles with a recital on the space’s J.L. van den Heuvel organ.
The program will include staples from the repertoire – J.S. Bach’s Fantasia and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542 (a piece that Houlihan plays compellingly on his latest all-Bach CD for Azica), and Maurice Duruflé’s Suite, opus 5 . It also features a transcription by Alexandre Guilmant of the Andantino from Claude Debussy’s String Quartet and the premiere of a commissioned work, Ludus by Hannah Lash. This is Lash’s first work for organ, but given her imaginative use of colorful scoring in both operas and instrumental works, one imagines the van Den Heuvel will get a workout.
The event is free (directions here).