Author Archives: Anneliese Suter

Hidden Valley Ends its Master Artist Series with cellist Mark Kosower in recital

Mark Kosower

On Tuesday evening Hidden Valley Music Seminars presented the last of its Master Class concerts with a splendid recital by cellist Mark Kosower and pianist Jee-Won Oh. The parking lot was full and there was not an empty seat inside the hall. In fact, shortly after 7:40 pm, Peter Meckel himself had to bring in a few more single chairs. I had seen seldom the house so full. 

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Archived in these categories: Baroque, Chamber music, Hidden Valley Music Seminars, Piano


Organ Concert at St. Dunstan’s

                    

On Sunday, April 15, 2018, St. Dunstan’s Episcocal Church in Carmel Valley presented the second of its 2018 Organ Concert Series. As mentioned before, the new pipe organ built by Dobson Pipe Organ Builders in Iowa, was designed for this small sanctuary only three years ago. The Church and its Rector Rob Fisher are eager to have concerts regularly so that audiences can hear this beautiful instrument.

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Archived in these categories: 20th Century, Baroque, Organ


Organ Concert at St. Dunstan’s

Organist Diane Keller

On Sunday, September 23, 2017, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church on Robinson Canyon Road in Carmel Valley invited us to their beautiful Sanctuary to hear a recital on their two-year-old new organ.

Diane Keller from the First United Methodist Church in Palo Alto had called her concert “The Romantics meet the New Age.” She is a young very tall, handsome woman who came forward introducing all her pieces in a charming manner, and then went back to swing her legs over the organ bench to play. She was assisted by another woman, who turned the pages of the huge sheets of music and pulled out some of the stops. Read full story

Archived in these categories: Organ