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The 21st Annual Eccles Organ Festival presents
Ghislain Leroy and Romain Leleu
The 21st Season of the Eccles Organ Festival continues Sunday November 9, 2014 at 8:00 pm at The Cathedral of the Madeleine with a recital by the French duo Ghislain Leroy (organ) and Romain Leleu (trumpet).
Hailing from Northern France, and educated in the National Conservatoires Supérieurs de Musique in Paris and Lyon, Ghislain Leroy and Romain Leleu revisit since 2006 the emblematic duo Trumpet and Organ. Artists with a rare musical empathy, with a strong commitment to share the passion for their instruments, they propose in their recitals a large panorama from all epochs and styles.
All performances of the Eccles Organ Festival are open to the public and free of charge.View items...
Please join us for the Eccles Organ Festivals next performance by Christopher Young, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Concert begins at 8PM and is open to the publioc and free of admission.
It is with great pleasure that we announce Pope Francis’ appointment of Bishop Oscar Solis as the tenth Bishop of the Diocese of Salt Lake City. Bishop Solis comes to us from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles where he is an auxiliary bishop and Episcopal Vicar for the San Pedro Region.
Bishop Solis was ordained a bishop on February 10, 2004, becoming the first Filipino-American elevated to the episcopacy in the history of the United States. He will now be the first Filipino-American Bishop to lead a diocese in the U.S.
Please see the attached press release for more information.
23rd Annual Eccles Organ Festival continues Sunday, January 8th at 8:00pm at the the Cathedral of the Madeleine. Performing will be Brian Mathias from Brigham Young University.
The Eccles Organ Festival is an internationally recognized organ recital series, which seeks to provide the highest quality and most engaging organ performances free of charge to Salt Lake audiences, as well as masterclasses and public lectures.