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Re: Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles: Stan's Music Parlor

Postby seh52 » Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:28 pm

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Dr. Han has chosen the following 5 large virtual pipe organs for this recital:

1885 A. Cavaille-Coll: St. Etienne Abbey, Caen, France ... ienne.html

1973 Marcussen & Son: Laurenskerk, Rotterdam, Netherlands ... organ.html

1999 Aquincum/1915 Steinmeyer: Cathedral of Szombathely, Hungary

2000 Eisenbarth: St. Bartholomäus Church, Friesach, Austria

2001 Vladimir Grygar: Church of the Holy Cross, Litomysl, Czech Republic ... model.html


Dr. Han studied piano from age eight, and now holds Master’s and Doctoral degrees in both Organ Performance and Applied Linguistics from UCLA. She has honed her naturally sensitive and fluid, technically robust music making working with coaches like Marie-Claire Alain, David Craighead, Jean Guillou, Paul Jacobs, Marilyn Keiser, Luigi Tagliavini, and Todd Wilson.

Namhee has been featured at National and Regional Conventions of the American Guild of Organists. She performs in major Southland’s concert settings, as well as on selected church organs nationally and internationally. Some of her recent performance venues include Cal Poly Arts (San Luis Obispo), St. John the Divine and Grace Church (New York), St. Paul’s Cathedral (Melbourne), and Christ Church St. Laurence (Sydney). She has collaborated with the country’s leading professional choir, Los Angeles Master Chorale, world-renowned period instrument orchestra, Musica Angelica, Pacific Symphony, and Southwest Chamber Music

Recording projects include playing solo and duo organ pieces for “The Story of the Walt Disney Concert Hall Organ.” She can be heard in American Public Media, Pipedreams. Namhee has been the organist at Westwood Presbyterian Church in LA for the last 20 years, where she relishes her contributions to its long tradition of classical choral music program. For more information, including performance samples, visit .


Gerre Hancock (1934-2012): Laredo fanfare
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Trio Sonata No. 5 Largo-Allegro
Guy Bovet (b. 1942): Salamanca from “Trois Préludes Hambourgeois”
Gaston Litaize (1909-1991): Variations sur un Noël Angevin (Douze Pièces, 1938)
Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921): Danse Macabre (transcribed by Edwin Lemare)
Joseph Haydn (1732-1809): Fantasia in C Major, “Capriccio,” Hob. XVII:4
César Franck (1822-1890): Final
Gioachino Antonio Rossini (1792-1868): Overture from “William Tell” (transcribed for the Organ by Edwin H. Lemare)

Arrival: 7:30-8 pm Saturday, January 12
Doors close for music: 8 pm
(If you arrive late, please wait for applause between pieces to knock for admission.)
Reception follows.

Donations for the musicians are appreciated!

Stan's Music Parlor
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