Thursday July 1

Access to programs for Tuesday and Thursday evenings (beginning at 8 PM Eastern) is by advance registration only.

This content is offered free of charge to AGO members. If you are not a member, you may access this programming for a $50 fee, which includes a complimentary six-month Guild membership as well as online access to The American Organist magazine.

The 2020 and 2021 Pogorzelski-Yankee Commissions

Promising to add a major composition to the organ repertoire every year in perpetuity, the Pogorzelski-Yankee new music competition owes its existence to the generosity of Ronald G. Pogorzelski and Lester D. Yankee. We present performances of the 2020 and 2021 winners alongside a time of conversation among the composers and performers, moderated by Chelsea Chen.

It’s About Time, Henry Martin (b. 1950)
Performed by Christine Clewell
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Featured Organ
  • Cogswell Hall, Indiana University of Pennsylvania: R. J. Brunner (1991) (specifications)
Oceanic Vision, Aaron David Miller (b. 1972)

Performed by the Composer

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Featured Organ
  • House of Hope Presbyterian Church, St. Paul, Minnesota: C. B. Fisk (1978) (specifications)
Choice of Webinar
OrganPlus: Chamber Music

with organist Michael Hey and violinist Christiana Liberis

Music from the Hey-Liberis Duo at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City and resources for creative collaboration in sacred and concert settings.

Diversity and Equity: Widening our Repertoire in Sacred Music, Teaching and Performing

Joy Leilani-Garbutt, Colin Lynch, Mark Miller, and Damin Spritzer, moderated by Janet Yieh.

Choice of Affinity Breakout Rooms

Based on registration responses, these will include various educational and denominational options, among others.