American Guild of Organists
Milwaukee Chapter
 

John Seboldt -- Church of the Gesu

  • 13 Feb 2018
  • 7:30 PM
  • Church of the Gesu 1145 W Wisconsin Ave Milwaukee, WI



John Seboldt, organ
Tuesday, February 13, 2018, 7:30 pm
Church of the Gesu
1145 W Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53233


Fanfare    John Cook
        (1918-1984)

Music from Interstellar    Hans Zimmer
        (1957-)
        Arr. John Seboldt

Come, Sweet Death    J.S. Bach
        (1685-1750)
        Arr. Virgil Fox

Finale from Satyagraha    Phillip Glass
        (1937-)

Symphony 5, Op. 20 No. 1    Charles-Marie Widor
III. Andantino quasi allegretto    (1844-1937)


Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV538 (“Dorian”)    J.S. Bach
        (1685-1750)

Contact:
John Seboldt
414 915-6486

JOHN SEBOLDT is organist at Our Savior's Lutheran Church (ELCA), Milwaukee, and pursues a unique combination of technological, ecclesiastical, and musical interests. In the course of master's and doctoral studies at The University of Iowa, he studied with Delbert Disselhorst, Delores Bruch, and Gerhard Krapf; additional choral study at the Royal School of Church Music (UK) and organ coaching with Harald Vogel at the North German Organ Academy, round out his training. He has taught organ and harpsichord at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, IA, and served as Dean of the River Valley Chapter, AGO. As a recording engineer he has captured several regional performances for broadcast on American Public Media's Pipedreams radio program, and recorded and edited Rhonda Sider Edgington's CD release Subtlety and Sparkle, at the Wahl organ at Augustana Lutheran, Hyde Park, Chicago. Organ performances featured on the “Pipedreams” radio series include the 100th anniversary program on the distinguished organ at New Vienna, IA by Milwaukee builder William Schuelke. In years past, he explored the use of synthesizers with the pipe organ, as organist/synthesist at Chrism Masses and choral festivals at the Cathedral of Saint Paul (Minnesota). His synthesizer accompaniment to Monte Mason’s “Psalm 139” is included on the “Pipedreams Premieres” CD from American Public Media.



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