Events 2021

Santa Fe Summer Organ Academy
August 2-August 6, 2021

First Presbyterian Church of Santa Fe

Join Kimberly Marshall from Arizona State University in Santa Fe for a five-day organ academy.
Study begins with a practice day on the C.B. Fisk Opus 133 and lecture/presentation: “Creating Sound Meditations with the Organ.”  Dr. Marshall will present a 2-hour lecture followed by a sound bath using the Fisk organ at First Presbyterian.
The Academy continues with four days of morning masterclasses and three afternoons of lectures on the topics:
    Spanish Organ Music, 1500-1750
    Stylus Phantasticus in the Works of Buxtehude and Bach
    Organ Works of César Franck
For complete schedule and registration form, please visit the Academy website
Pre-Academy is a recital by Kimberly Marshall on Friday, July 30, live streamed at 5:30pm, on First Presbyterian’s C.B. Fisk.  See attached program.
Practice time on the Fisk will be available on Saturday and Sunday preceding the Academy, as well as during the Academy.  See the website for more information.


Program – Live Streamed July 30, 2021

Kimberly Marshall, organ

“Celebrating Notre Dame”

Magnificat primi toni, BuxWV 203                             Dieterich Buxtehude   (1637-1707)

Maria zart                                                                   Arnolt Schlick (1460-1521)

Maria Zart, A Triptych (2019)                                      Margaret Sandresky (b. 1921)

The Immaculate Rose: Chorale in echo

The Mother of Christ:  Cantus firmus in tenor

The Intercessor for us: Cantus firmus in pedal, Volles Werck

Tres glosas sobre el Canto Llano                                Francisco Correa de Arauxo (1584-1654)

      de La Immaculada Concepción

Ave maris stella                                                          Nicolas de Grigny (1672-1703)

   Plein jeu à 5

   Fugue à 4


Fugue on the Magnificat, BWV 733                            J. S. Bach

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Kimberly Marshall is known worldwide for her compelling programs and presentations of organ music. She is an accomplished teacher, having held positions at Stanford University and the Royal Academy of Music, London. Winner of the St. Albans International Organ Playing Competition in 1985, she has been a recitalist, workshop leader and adjudicator at 7 National Conventions of the American Guild of Organists.  From 1996-2000, she served as a project leader for the Göteborg Organ Research Center (GOArt) in Sweden.  She currently holds the Patricia and Leonard Goldman Endowed Professorship in Organ at Arizona State University.

Kimberly’s compact disc recordings feature music of the Italian and Spanish Renaissance, French Classical and Romantic periods, and works by J. S. Bach.  Her most recent recording, Recital in Handel’s Church, includes music by Bach and Handel on the new instrument in London at St. George’s, Hanover Square. Her recording of Arnolt Schlick on the 500th anniversary of its publication (2012) and a CD/DVD set entitled A Fantasy through Time (2009) received great critical acclaim.  Her expertise in medieval music is reflected in her recording, Gothic Pipes, as well as through her scholarly contributions in such publications as the Grove Dictionary of Music and the Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages.  To increase awareness of this repertoire, she published anthologies of late-medieval and Renaissance organ music in 2000 and 2004.

Kimberly Marshall is often invited to perform at conventions and festivals. During the summer of 2013, she appeared in Amsterdam, Seoul and Sweden; in 2014, she was a featured artist for the National Convention of the American Guild of Organists in Boston, as well as on performance series in England, Germany, France, New York and San Diego.  During the summer of 2015, she was on the jury for the Schnitger International Organ Competition, where she performed on the earliest surviving instrument in the Netherlands, built in 1511. In 2016 Kimberly played concerts in Seattle, Philadelphia, Bolivia, Amsterdam and Vienna, while her engagements in 2017 included the opening recital for the AGO regional convention in Salt Lake City and one of the inaugural recitals of the new Paul Fritts organ for the Basilica at the University of Notre-Dame.

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