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Sundays at Six: Kate Stevens, Piano
September 6, 6:00 pm
Sundays at Six: Joshua Boyd, Organ
October 4, 6:00 pm
Fei Fei Dong, Piano
October 25, 7:00 pm
Sundays at Six: Scott & Katie Scheetz, Organ Duo
November 1, 6:00 pm
Katie Minion Scheetz and Scott Scheetz met while completing their Bachelor degrees in Organ Performance at Indiana University, studying with Janette Fishell and Chris Young, respectively. After completing their undergraduate degrees, Scott moved to Dallas to earn his Master of Sacred Music in Organ Performance at SMU while Katie moved to Toulouse, France, to study with Michel Bouvard on a Fulbright grant. After her year in France, Katie also came to Dallas to complete her Master degrees in Organ Performance and Musicology at SMU. They are both active church musicians in the DFW metroplex.
Sundays at Six: Ahreum Han, Organ
December 6, 6:00 pm
Ahreum Han is Director of Music & Organist at First Presbyterian Church, Fort Worth. A top prize-winning organist, Han has been a featured soloist at AGO national and regional conventions and has appeared in many notable venues within the US and across the globe. She has severed on the music faculty at Iowa State University and has served as College Organist at Cornell College.
December 25, 2:00 pm
Silent Film with Organ: Buster Keaton’s “The General," Benjamin Kolodziej, Organist
January 31, 6:30 pm
Benjamin Kolodziej will accompany Buster Keaton’s 1929 silent film, The General, a film which has been designated by the Library of Congress as one of the most culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant films of all time. This moving picture humorously depicts the Great Locomotive Chase—an actual event in the American Civil War. Benjamin Kolodziej, who is Organist and Choirmaster at St John’s Episcopal Church in Dallas, and who has performed silent movies throughout the USA, will play on his own 3-manual digital theater organ which is inspired by those great moving picture palace organs of the 1920s. This event will take place in the Parish Hall. Popcorn and refreshments will be served.
February 21, 7:00 pm
The Singing Sergeants is the official chorus of the United States Air Force. Stationed at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C., the group, featuring 23 active duty Airmen musicians, is one of six musical ensembles that form The U.S. Air Force Band.
Stephen Tharp, Organ
Status: RESERVATIONS are required. In-person seating is limited. To make a reservation, simply call or email Anne Barrett, Office Administrator of St. Stephen:
Reservations will be accepted until Friday, April 23 at 3:00 pm. If you are unable to attend the concert after you have made a reservation, please call and cancel so your seat may be used.
April 24, 7:30 pm
Hailed as “the organist for the connoisseur” (Journal für die Orgel, Germany) Stephen Tharp is recognized as one of the great concert organists of our age. Having played more than 1500 concerts across 60 tours worldwide, Tharp has built one of the most well-respected international careers in the world, earning him the reputation as the most traveled concert organist of his generation.
With this program, St. Stephen celebrates 50 years since the installation of the sanctuary organ. The 4,500-pipe instrument awaits significant upgrades and additions planned for the very near future which will help better serve our congregation and community.
Charles Whitehead, Piano
May 22: 7:30 pm
Charles Whitehead is a New Zealand concert-pianist, jazz musician and music educator of Maori, English and Samoan heritage, residing in the United States. He has performed as a soloist in many countries with a diverse performing repertoire ranging from Orlando Gibbons to the contemporary classical works of Charles Wuorinen. As a resident in Fort Worth, he was actively involved in TCU’s New Music Ensemble.