Please join us at National City Christian Church this Friday, June 21, at 12:15 p.m., for our weekly Music at Midday concert featuring organist Amanda Mole performing three great works by three great composers.
Amanda Mole is one of the leading concert organists of her generation and the winner of numerous international competitions, including first-prize at the 8th International Musashino-Tokyo Organ Competition (2017), first-place and audience prize at the Miami International Organ Competition (2016), and first-place at the Arthur Poister Organ Competition (2014), and John Rodland Memorial Organ Competition (2014). She was also a recipient of the Peter B. Knock Award (2014). In 2016 she was chosen as one of The Diapason magazine’s Top 20 Under 30, a feature recognizing the most successful young artists in the field. Amanda has performed internationally at venues across the USA, Europe, and Japan. Originally from Holden, Massachusetts, Ms. Mole is completing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree as a student of David Higgs at the Eastman School of Music. She earned her Master of Music degree in Organ Performance and Sacred Music from Yale University.
This Friday’s program features these great works:
- Paul Overture – Felix Mendelssohn, tr. W. T. Best
- Orpheus – Franz Liszt, tr. Schaab
- Introduction and Passacaglia from Sonata No. 8 – Josef Rheinberger