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Fri, Jun 05



150 Years of Louis Vierne, Part 1

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150 Years of Louis Vierne, Part 1
150 Years of Louis Vierne, Part 1

Time & Location

Jun 05, 2020, 7:00 PM EDT


About the event

On June 2nd, 1937, French organist and composer Louis Vierne died on the organ bench while playing a concert at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris. His funeral was on June 5th. This year on June 5th, organist Raymond Hawkins will tempt fate by playing a program that features the works of Louis Vierne and his contemporaries, including the very last piece of music Vierne ever played. Due to COVID-19 gathering restrictions, there will be no audience present, but the concert will be livestreamed online at the following link: 

This concert, hosted by St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Marblehead, Mass., is given in part to support the Greater Boston Food Bank and their efforts to assist our neighbors who are struggling to afford food during this uncertain time. A suggested donation of $10 per person is asked, though any amount is welcomed and appreciated. Please make checks payable to St. Michael's Church, with GBFB in the memo. Or pay online through paypal: 

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