2021 GBAGO M. Louise Miller - Paul E. Knox Competition Scholarship winner Katherine Jolliff joins us for this wonderful year-end social gathering and concert. RSVP by Monday, May 16. 6:00 PM Annual Dinner; 8:00 PM Public Concert.
Enjoy Katherine Jolliff’s recital program at the video links below:
Festival Toccata – Percy Fletcher
Trio Sonata no 4 in E Minor – II. Andante – J.S. Bach
Praeludium in D Major Bux WV139 – Dietrich Buxechude
Fantasy and Fugue in G Minor BWV 542 – J.S. Bach
Organ Sonata in B-Flat Major Op 65 no 4 – II. Andante Religioso, III. Allegretto – Felix Mendelssohn
Tannhauser: Pilgrim’s Chorus – Richard Wagner/Franz Liszt
Katherine Jolliff and appreciative Greater Bridgeport American Guild of Organist chapter members in attendance along with patrons of the Music at the Meetinghouse Series – 5/21/2022
Join us for a very special evening. We are thrilled to have 2021 M. Louise Miller – Paul E. Knox Scholarship Competition Winner – Katherine Jolliff join our annual social time and catered dinner for a short recital program on the First Congregational Church, Fairfield Klais III/41 rank pipe organ.
Annual Social and Catered Dinner
The evening starts at 6:00 PM with a chance to coast into summer with fellow chapter members and their guests with wine and appetizers. A scrumptous catered dinner and dessert follows. The cost is $25 per person. RSVP to RoseAnne Homola before Monday, May 16. Payment can be made by check to Greater Bridgeport AGO, or paid online at the website http://www.greaterbridgeportago.org/https://greaterbridgeportago.org/online-payments/
The recital continues directly after dinner and dessert (8:00 PM) in the beautiful sanctuary. The recital is open to the public – suggested donation.
About Our Performer
Katherine (Kat) Jolliff – 2021 Scholarship Winner
Katherine (Kat) Jolliff is an 18 year old organist from Indianapolis, Indiana. She began piano studies at the age of five and started learning the organ in her freshman year of high school from Marco Petricic (University of Indianapolis). After completing her first two years of high school, she finished her studies at Interlochen Arts Academy. She majored in both piano performance and organ performance and studied organ with Tom Bara. She graduated with honors and the Fine Arts Award in Organ Performance, Katherine will be attending Eastman School of Music as an organ performance major in 2021. She recently won the 2021 AGO/Quimby Great Lakes Regional Competition for Young Organists; first prize in the East Carolina University Young Artists Competition in organ performance as well as the Bach Interpretation Prize and the Hymn Playing Award.
Listen to Katherine perform Fletcher: Festival Toccata for the Rising Star Performance.
Click here to learn more about the M. Louise Miller – Paul E. Knox Scholarship Competition for 2022.
We look forward to seeing our colleagues and friends of the chapter at this wonderful event. Don’t miss it!
Hosts – John Polo, Dr. Frank Martignetti