MUSIC AT MIDDAY VIRTUAL CONCERT
National City Christian Church
Friday, May 22, 2020
Lisa Mitchell Tyler, Organist
Chuck Seipp, Trumpet
Wm. Glenn Osborne, Organist
Music at Midday is proud to be presenting twice-weekly virtual concerts, today featuring the organ and trumpet duo of Lisa Mitchell Tyler and Chuck Seipp; and organist Wm. Glenn Osborne. We are deeply grateful to the wonderful musicians who have contributed recordings of their performances to make possible these virtual concerts.
Instructions: Make sure that the volume on your computer is turned on, then click below the title of each piece to listen.
World Premiere Performance: Lisa Mitchell Tyler, organist, and Chuck Seipp, trumpeter
Wm. Glenn Osborne, organist
Lisa Mitchell Tyler is Director of Music and Organist at St. Anne’s Episcopa Church, Reston, Virginia. She has presented previous concerts with Chuck Seipp at several area churches. She has also performed with A. Scott Wood, trumpet, at National Presbyterian Church, and The Brass of Peace at the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land.
Chuck Seipp is an adjunct associate professor of trumpet at Shenandoah University Conservatory of Music and a well-known performer and arranger. For thirty-two years he was a member of the United States Army Band, “Pershing’s Own,” and performed extensively throughout the United States. Chuck also toured and recorded throughout Europe with world-renowned organist Diane Bish—appearing regularly on her television series.
William Glenn Osborne is Director of Music for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore, Maryland. He studied organ, improvisation, and composition in France, living in Aix-en-Provence and Lyon. Before studying abroad, he earned degrees from Westminster Choir College and the University of Notre Dame. He is an active composer and arranged pieces for papal liturgies in New York City for the visits of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis. The choir of the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary Queen of the Universe has recorded two of his compositions: “Salve Regina” and “God We Would Hear the Angels Sing.” He recently had three hymn tunes published by World Library Publications in a collection of texts by Alan Hommerding. Other compositions are available through Audubon Park Music.