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Nathan Laube, organ


“The organ is indeed the king of instruments and Mr. Laube one of its supreme players” (The Oberlin Review).

“Laube displayed impeccable technique, exceptional registration creativity, and artistic skill beyond his years” (The American Organist).  “If Nathan Laube is any indication, the organ has a much brighter future…This young man is an unpretentious, attitude-free, and brilliant artist…The music comes first”  (The Boston Musical Intelligencer).

A star among young classical musicians, concert organist Nathan J. Laube has quickly earned a place among the organ world’s elite performers.  His brilliant playing and gracious demeanor have thrilled audiences and presenters across the United States and in Europe, and his creative programming of repertoire spanning five centuries, including his own virtuoso transcriptions of orchestral works, have earned high praise from critics and peers alike.

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Charles-Marie WIDOR Symphonie pour Grand Orgue, Op. 42, No. 5
Johann Sebastian BACH Partita diversa sopra “Sei gegrüßet, Jesu gütig,” BWV 768
Felix Mendelssohn BARTHOLDY/ transcription by Nathan LAUBE Variations Sérieuses, Op. 54
Camille SAINT-SAENS Fantasy in D-flat, Opus 101
Franz LISZT/transcription by Nathan LAUBE Les Préludes, Poème Symphonique No. 3

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No one under the age of 12 is admitted to Spivey Hall concerts, unless the concert is specifically designated as being appropriate for younger children. Click here to learn more about Spivey Hall's Young People's Concerts for children in grades Pre-K through 12.

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