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Friday Musical Prayer in the Cathedral
Join us each Friday evening at 6:30pm as our Cathedral Musicians and friends present meditative music to soothe the soul and bring a quiet end to a busy week.

October 2 – Mark Hilliard Wilson, guitar
October 9 – Danny Helseth, euphonium, with Joseph Adam, organ
October 16 – Meaghan Guterman, soprano, with Joseph Adam, organ & piano
October 23 – Paul Taub, flute
October 30 – Eliza Woodyard, soprano, with Samuel Libra, organ
November 6 – Mark Hilliard Wilson, guitar
November 13 – John Carrington, harp
November 20 – Alexander White, trumpet, with Joseph Adam, organ


The complete organ works of Louis Vierne
The French composer Louis Vierne, organist of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris from 1900 until his death in 1937, left us an invaluable legacy in his compositions for the organ. We continue our observance of the 150th anniversary of Vierne's birth with a survey of his music written for the King of Instruments. Each program is livestreamed at 7:00pm and is approximately forty minutes in length.

Thursday, October 1 – Samuel Libra, Associate Cathedral Organist – 24 Pieces in Free Style, Book II
Wednesday, October 21 – Joseph Adam, Cathedral Organist – Fantasy Pieces, Book I
Thursday, November 19 – Samuel Libra, Associate Cathedral Organist – Symphony No. 4 in G Minor
Tuesday, December 1 – Joseph Adam, Cathedral Organist – Symphony No. 6 in B Minor
Date TBA – Joseph Adam, Cathedral Organist – Symphony No. 5 in A Minor


Chamber Music for strings and piano by Johannes Brahms
The chamber music of Johannes Brahms is among the most treasured and beloved music composed in the late 19th century. Join us in these programs, each featuring one of the sonatas written for strings and piano, with musicians from the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Each program is livestreamed at 7:00pm, and is approximately forty-five minutes in length.

Tuesday, October 13 – Rachel Swerdlow, viola, with Joseph Adam, piano – Milhaud: Sonata No. 1; Brahms: Sonata in E-flat Major, op. 120, no. 2
Tuesday, October 27 – Walter Gray, violoncello, with Joseph Adam, piano – Herbolsheimer: Five Elegies for solo Cello; Brahms: Sonata in F Minor, op. 99
Tuesday, November 10 – Roberta Hansen Downey, violoncello, with Joseph Adam, piano – Clarke: Sonata; Brahms: Sonata in E Minor, op. 38

 

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