The Vierne Project

The year 2020 will mark the Sesquicentennial of the birth of Louis Vierne.  In celebration, I am announcing my availability to perform his six Organ Symphonies.  Over the past 15 years, this seasoned performer has steadily learned and performed each one, and as I experience these great works, I want to share them with others, so that hopefully they would see them as I do – music that shows every emotion from deep despair to clever humor to unbridled joy. 

As you plan your upcoming 2019-2020 season or your 2020-2021 season, I hope you would keep me and this beloved project in mind – a substantial experiment by an established performer.  Whether you envision a two-concert event at one venue or two, a Vierne Festival with other organists, or even one concert consisting of two or three of the symphonies, I hope to hear from you.


Excerpt, Symphony No. 5, Final

On April 21, 2017, I was honored to participate in the AGO Endowment Fund Distinguished Artist Award Recital and Gala Reception honoring Joan Lippincott.  The event took place at Princeton University Chapel, Princeton, NJ.  Invited by Mrs. Lippincott, I played both the Scherzo and the Final from Symphony No. 5 by Louis Vierne.

Symphony No. 2, Scherzo

A very popular Vierne Scherzo, this is taken from a performance of the complete Symphony No. 2, performed at the Princeton University Chapel, Princeton, NJ, on September 22, 2016, as part of the After Noon Concert Series.

Symphony No. 3, Adagio

One of Vierne's most treasured Adagios, this is taken from a performance of the complete Symphony No. 3 performed at the Princeton University Chapel, Princeton, NJ, on March 30, 2017, as part of the After Noon Concert Series.


Fee and Requirements

For two concerts on consecutive dates, 4 (four) nights hotel stay and $2500 fee inclusive of travel. All is negotiable.

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