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Organ Music for Ordinary Time
October 17 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am$10.00
Dr. Margaret Harper
Associate Director of Music and Organist
Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, Dallas, TX
These days, we all have to be creative in our liturgical planning! This session will focus on organ music for Ordinary Time, as well as All Saints' Day and Reformation Day. It will primarily include easily accessible music—both published and public domain—with the hope of expanding your repertoire of possibilities for this fall. Join us on October 17 for exciting new ideas for Ordinary Time. (Music for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany will be featured in a follow up session on November 7. More information to follow!)
Registration closes at 12:00 noon (CDT) on Friday, October 16.
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Can't attend on Saturday? No problem. Register below as you would normally; you will receive an email just before the October 17 session with instructions for acquiring the recorded session and associated materials at a later time!
Margaret Harper is the Associate Director of Music and Organist at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in Dallas, TX, one of the nation's largest Episcopal churches. At Saint Michael, she assists in running a diverse music department, including a newly formed RSCM-based Chorister program. Before coming to Saint Michael, Margaret served as the Director of Music and Liturgy at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Portsmouth, NH. Under her direction, the church developed The Choir School at St. John’s, an after-school music program aimed at low-income youth. In its first three years, the Choir School premiered a newly commissioned work at the Newburyport Chamber Music Festival.
In addition, Margaret has served as Artist Faculty in Organ at the University of Southern Maine, on the faculty and board of the Young Organist Collaborative, and as a secondary instructor of organ at the Eastman School of Music. She has given solo organ recitals across the U.S. and in continental Europe and Asia. She has presented papers at conferences of the American Bach Society and the American Guild of Organists. Margaret holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree and a Performer’s Certificate from the Eastman School of Music. She is active in the Association of Anglican Musicians (in which she currently serves as co-chair for that organization's 2021 national conference as well as on its Professional Concerns and Development Committee) and the American Guild of Organists.