March 18: The Five Fathers Organ Recital: 5-FOR-Brooklyn

On March 18th 5-FOR-Brooklyn will hold an Organ Recital at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph at 7 p.m.  The Co-Cathedral’s newly restored antique Moller organ, with 3,000 pipes and 13 ranks, is more than 100 years old. Solemn Vespers Service for the Feast of St. Joseph with Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will follow.

5-FOR-Brooklyn and Solemn Vespers will broadcast live on NetTV via television and livestreaming.

The 5-FOR-Brooklyn

Fr. Jermey Canna
Our Lady of the Snows Church

Fr. Gerald Dumont
Church of the Holy Innocents

Fr. Stephen Giulietti
Shrine Church of St. Bernadette

Fr. Carlos Velasquez
St. Sebastian Church

Fr. Joel Warden
Oratory Church of St. Boniface

The Performance Includes

Chorale Prelude on “Attende Domine”
by Jeanne Demmessieux

Praeludium in D Major
by Dietrich Buxtehude

Magnificat in A Major
by Jean-Francois Dandrieu

Prelude on the Name of Alain
by Maurice Duruflé

 by P. Wachs

Solemn March from the Oratorio “Athalie”
by Felix Mendelssohn


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