Halloween Spooktacular organ concert
October 31 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pmFree – $15
The Friends of the Felgemaker opening recital for 2021 occurs on Halloween and will feature organist Charles Sundquist performing a concert filled with spooky organ music on the historic Felgemaker pipe organ.
The concert will begin at 3pm Sunday, Oct. 31. The event is free. (A suggested donation of $15 to the Friends of the Felgemaker will be accepted). The concert will also be live streamed and archived on the Sacred Heart Music Center YouTube channel.
NOTICE: All concert-goers must provide proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test at the door prior to each show. Phone photos of vaccination cards will be accepted. Further precautions may be taken pending state and county health guidelines.
A native of Duluth, Sundquist received his Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Organ Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music. He was awarded the Prix d’Excellence from the Conservatoire de Région de Ruiel-Malmaison in France while a student of Marie-Claire Alain. Also in Paris, he was Associate Choirmaster and Organist at the American Episcopal Cathedral, accompanist for the Paris Ballet School and coach/accompanist for members of the Paris Opera Chorus.
Sundquist will perform haunting works by Bach, Vierne, Saint-Saëns, Parker, Gounod and Boëllmann.
This will be fun for the whole family – a great way to kick off All Hallows Eve!