Organ concert Saturday in Incline Village
Organist Erik W. Suter will present a free concert of music from the 1500s to the present at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, 341 Village Blvd., Incline Village. The church is located one block uphill from Highway 28. A suggested donation of $20 per adult will be accepted at the door.
A native of Chicago, Suter is organist and associate director of music at Washington National Cathdral in Washington, D.C. He holds degrees in organ performance from Oberlin Conservatory and Yale University, where he studied with Haskell Thomson and Thomas Murrary, respectively. He has held positions at Trinity Church, Copley Square, and at the Parish of All Saints, both in Boston, as well as Trinity Church on the Green in New Haven, Conn.
In addition to his duties at Washington Cathedral, Suter maintains an active solo recital schedule. He has performed extensively in the United States and Canada in addition to appearing in several Asian and European countries. He has performed at national conventions of the American Guild of Organists and the Organ Historical Society. As a continuo artist he has appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra and National Symphony Orchestra.
Suter’s playing is, according to the Organists’ Review, “a rare depth of musicianship, rhythical subtlety, beautifully detailed articulation, allied to a refined ear for colour … not just technically flawless but real interpretations – the sort to which one will always return with pleasure.”
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