Please join us today, Friday, March 5, at 12:15 p.m. for the YouTube premiere of this week’s Music at Midday concert by organist Samantha Scheff. You may view today’s recital by clicking here. If you are not able to tune in for the premiere, you may click on the same link at any time afterwards to view the recording. You may also download or view the printable PDF program by clicking here.
Samantha Scheff is currently the Associate Organist at St. John’s Church, Lafayette Square, Washington, D.C. She holds a Master’s Degree in Organ Performance from Rutgers University, where she studied with Renée Anne Louprette. An active performer, she received first place in the 2017 D.C. AGO/Quimby competition and second place in the 2019 Brooklyn AGO Scholarship Competition.
This week’s program, which was recorded at St. John’s, includes:
- Veni Creator Spiritus (Dialogue sur les Grandes Jeux) – Nicolas de Grigny
- Allein Gott in der Höh’ sie Ehr, BWV 675 – J. S. Bach
- Trio Sonata No. 2 in C minor (II. Largo; III. Allegro) – J. S. Bach
- Festal March – Florence B. Price
- Prelude on ‘Nettleton’ – Gerre Hancock
- Every Time I Feel the Spirit – arr. Richard Elliott
We are disappointed not to be able to hold Music at Midday concerts in the Sanctuary of National City Christian Church. We are hoping to return to in-person concerts beginning in May, by which time there should be significant progress on the new HVAC system.
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We hope that today’s online Music at Midday concert will lift your spirit!