Tag Archives: Jens Korndörfer

Poulenc's "Concerto for Organ, Strings and Timpani" was performed last Thursday at First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta by organist Jens Korndörfer. withe the GSU Orchstra conducted by Michael Palmer, as part of a collaborative concert that also included music by Sibelius and Mendelssohn. (credit: Julia Dokter)

Review: Organ Concerto mingles two sides of Poulenc’s musical pesonality

Andrew Alexander | 24 FEB 2020 The critic Claude Rostand famously described composer Francs Poulenc as “one half monk, one half naughty boy.” It’s a conceptual construction that has more or less stuck. There is Poulenc, the light-hearted and […]

The Klais/Schlueter Organ (IV/112), First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta

Review: Organ recital explores relationships of music and art masterworks

Mark Gresham | 5 JUL 2019 (updated 8 JUL 2019) ATLANTA, GA— On Saturday afternoon, June 29, First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta and its next door neighbor, The High Museum of Art, presented a collaborative “Music and Masterworks” program […]

Terminus Ensemble will perform as part of the YnMin Project in Gainesville. (source: Facebook)

This Week: June 26 – July 2, 2019

★ Posted on Mondays, the listings are for Wednesday through the following Tuesday. TOP LOCAL LIVE · FEATURED FESTIVALS · BROADCASTS & STREAMS TOP LOCAL LIVE WED/26 ELIZABETH & RAYMOND CHENAULT, Organ · Peachtree Road United Methodist Church @ […]