The Jean Chambers Memorial Organ Concert Series, featuring Jonathan Dimmock

Internationally renowned concert organist, Jonathan Dimmock, will perform a concert at St. Michael’s Episcopal church on Monday, February 29th, at 7:30pm. A graduate of Oberlin Conservatory, Yale School of Music and Yale Divinity School, Dimmock became the first American ever to hold the prestigious position of Organ Scholar of Westminster Abbey. He then went on to serve three American cathedrals, St. John the Divine in New York City, and St. Mark’s in Minneapolis, and Grace Cathedral in San Francisco and over twelve years at the largest Jesuit Church in the United States: St. Ignatius Church in San Francisco. Jonathan now resides in California, serving as Choir Director and Accompanist at Congregation Sherith Israel and as Organist for the San Francisco Symphony. With the San Francisco Symphony he participated in the Grammy award-winning CD recording of Mahler’s Eighth Symphony (Classical Album of the year for 2009).His teachers and mentors have included Dame Gillian Weir, Peter Hallock, Paul Halley, Simon Preston, Jean Langlais, Harald Vogel, Ton Koopman, William Porter, J. Franklin Clark, Thomas Murray, Gerre Hancock, and Haskell Thomson.
For more info, call 212-222-2700 ext 24 

February 29, 2016 at 7:30pm - 9pm
St. Michael's Church
225 W 99th St
New York, NY 10025
United States
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St. Michael's Church · 212-222-2700 ext 24

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