This summer, I am excited to be a featured musician at the annual conference of the Association of Anglican Musician in Boston, June 30-July 4. More information on the conference can be found at this link:
The third volume of the CD release series “Pipedreams Premieres,” which is currently awaiting release, features the complete preludes and fugues of the contemporary American composer Henry Martin, performed by Ken Cowan, Isabelle Demers, Stephen Tharp, and Bryan Anderson. The album is produced by the Pipedreams radio program.
Sigfrid Karg-Elert–Symphonische Choral No. 2 “Jesu, meine Freude,” I. Inferno
Performed by Bryan Anderson
Recorded at Edythe Bates Old Recital Hall, Shepherd School of Music, Rice University
In June 2019, I will be competing in the third Longwood Organ Competition in Kennett Square, PA, which carries a top prize of $40,000. To read about the competition, follow the link below:
This is a live performance recorded October 2017 at L’Eglise de l’Immaculee-Conception in Montreal.
This is a wonderful and undeservedly obscure work of Herbert Howells on the text of Psalm 137. The unorthodox instrumentation has meant that concert halls often show the piece to better effect than churches. This recording is at Edythe Bates Old Recital Hall at the Shepherd School, Rice University.
Chris Besch, baritone
Sam Park, violin
Max Geissler, cello
Bryan Anderson, organ
This is a brief etude/scherzo-style improvisation I recorded recently.
This is an original transcription by me of Durufle’s “Tambourin,” which is the third of the Trois danses pour orchestre, Op. 6. While Durufle prepared versions for piano, this is the first adaptation to the organ.
Recently a January 2016 performance of mine was broadcast on American Public Media’s “Pipedreams” program. The selection is Elgar’s “Triumphal March from Caractacus” (trans. Lemare), heard at Spivey Hall in Morrow, GA. At the link above you can hear that, as well as the rest of the broadcast, featuring Alan Morrison, Ken Cowan, Thomas Trotter, and others.