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The Green Memorial Rieger Organ | All Souls Church Unitarian

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Cherry Rhodes, Organist in Residence in the 1970s, praised All Souls' Zimbelstern for its high quality and unusual versatility.
Cherry Rhodes, an adjunct professor of organ at the University of Southern California, was the first American to win an international organ competition (in Munich in 1966). She was selected as first organist to play at the Kennedy Center in 1972 and the new Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2004, where she performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. As an artist-in-residence at All Souls in the early 1970s, she gave many recitals, often presenting premieres of new works. She also gave two A. Powell Davies memorial concerts, in 1974 and 1999.


The Green Memorial Rieger Organ | All Souls Church Unitarian

www.all-souls.org [cached]

Cherry Rhodes, Organist in Residence in the 1970s, praised All Souls' Zimbelstern for its high quality and unusual versatility.
Cherry Rhodes, an adjunct professor of organ at the University of Southern California, was the first American to win an international organ competition (in Munich in 1966). She was selected as first organist to play at the Kennedy Center in 1972 and the new Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2004, where she performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. As an artist-in-residence at All Souls in the early 1970s, she gave many recitals, often presenting premieres of new works. She also gave two A. Powell Davies memorial concerts, in 1974 and 1999.


Opus 24

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Organists Joanne Pearce Martin, Cherry Rhodes, Christoph Bull, John West
Cherry Rhodes, organist Cherry Rhodes, organist Cherry Rhodes, organist Cherry Rhodes - Premiere of James Hopkins' Concierto de Los Angeles


MorningStar Music Publishers

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Among ensembles and performers who have presented Dr. Hopkins' music are the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, National Symphony, Pacific Chorale and Pacific Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Portland Symphony, Washington Choral Society, American Repertory Singers, Chicago Brass Quintet, Denver Symphony, Orquesta Ciudad de Granada (Spain); organists Cherry Rhodes, David Higgs, Frederick Swann, and Diane Meredith Belcher; the Western Arts Trio, and the Fine Arts Quartet.


Cherry Rhodes | At The Organ

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Organist Cherry Rhodes, Carlo's North American Manager Keith Pendergraft and Carlo's friend Lee Maloney join us to share their memories and stories of Carlo.
Tags: Carlo Curley, Cherry Rhodes, Keith Pendergraft, Lee Maloney | 1 Comment »


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