Organ Takes Starring Role in Faculty Recital

Concert Features Organ Virtuoso Jonathan Dimmock
February 1, 2017
Brombaugh Op. 9 organ in Schroeder Hall

Brombaugh Op. 9 organ in Schroeder Hall

Sonoma State University’s annual Wind Power concert on February 23 will feature Jonathan Dimmock, organist, playing Buxtehude’s Magnificat primi toni and chamber works with winds on Schroeder Hall’s renowned Brombaugh pipe organ

Featured woodwind and brass faculty members include Kathleen Reynolds (flute), Laura Reynolds (oboe), Daniel Gianola-Norris (trumpet), Ruth Wilson (horn), Brian S. Wilson (trombone) and guest hornist John Lounsbery. 

Ancient Calls and Echoes for two horns and organ will receive its world premiere. Commissioned by Lounsbery, Ancient Calls and Echoes was composed by Brian S. Wilson specifically for the university's Brombaugh Opus 9. The performance begins at 7:30 pm on February 23 in Schroeder Hall. 


Gabrieli - Sonata pian’ e forte (Daniel Gianola-Norris, trumpet; Ruth Wilson, horn; John Lounsbery, horn; Brian S. Wilson, trombone)
Buxtehude - Magnificat primi toni (Jonathan Dimmock, organ) 
JS Bach - Flute Sonata in A, BWV 1032 (Kathleen Reynolds, flute)
Fasch - Trumpet Concerto in D (Daniel Gianola-Norris, piccolo trumpet) 
Quantz - Trio Sonata in C minor (Kathleen Reynolds, flute; Laura Reynolds, oboe)
Torelli - Trumpet Concerto in D (Daniel Gianola-Norris, trumpet)
Krebs - Oboe Fantasia in F minor (Laura Reynolds, oboe)
Brian S. Wilson - Ancient Calls and Echoes for two horns and organ - Premiere (John Lounsbery and Ruth Wilson, horns)

Tickets are $8, parking included, and free of charge to SSU students with ID.  Schroeder Hall is located at Sonoma State University’s Green Music Center, near the intersection of Rohnert Park Expressway and Petaluma Hill Road.