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Alan Morrison, organ

A “virtuoso of flawless technique and refined taste” (The Plain Dealer, Cleveland), organist Alan Morrison is “visionary in his choice of colors and ability to shape music into lucid forms…[with] plenty of bravura when called for” (The Birmingham News). In Season 25, Spivey Hall welcomes Morrison, an Atlanta native who heads the Curtis Institute of Music’s organ department, as Organist-in- Residence. “If more music lovers heard the king of instruments played the way he did, more might believe it really deserves the nickname” (The Charlotte Observer).

“Great organists… impress us with virtues like flair, sensitivity and their grasp of musical structure. Alan Morrison fits that description” (

Spivey Hall Friends Concert Sponsor: Anonymous, in memory of Spivey Hall’s first organist-in-residence, Richard Morris

Alan Morrison’s Season 25 residency is made possible through the generosity of Spivey Hall Friends Arne Troelstra and Kate Troelstra.



Alfred HOLLINS (1865-1942) A Trumpet Minuet
Johann Bernhard BACH (1676-1749) Ciaconna in B-flat major
Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) Toccata & Fugue in D minor, BWV 565
Juan Bautista Jose CABANILLES (1644-1712) Corrente italiana
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) Fantasy in F minor, K. 608
Samuel Sebastian WESLEY (1810-1876) Choral Song & Fugue
Horatio PARKER (1863-1933) Allegretto (2nd movement) from Sonata in E-flat minor, Op. 65
Sigfrid KARG-ELERT (1877-1933) Jesu, meine Freude (Symphonic Choral), Op. 87 No. 2

Mr. Morrison will comment on his program from the stage.

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