HAWAII STATE TOUR
The Hawaii chapter of the American Guild of Organists presents its first ever multi-island concert tour with organist Adam Pajan. Performances will be presented at Central Union Church, Honolulu (Oahu) on March 17, Christ Lutheran Church, Hilo (Hawaii) on March 21, and St. John's Episcopal Church​, Kula (Maui) on March 23. Programs will include works by Gjeilo, Bach, Schumann, Willan, Mendelssohn, Landmann, and Gershwin.


POULENC CONCERTO

On May 19, St. John's Episcopal Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma will present a concert of organ concerts featuring members of the Tulsa Symphony and organists Adam Pajan and Joseph Arndt at the magnificent new Schoenstein organ, Op. 173. Pajan will play the famed Concerto for Organ, Timpani, and Strings by Francis Poulenc, and Anrdt will present the Concerto in G-minor by Joseph Rheinberger.


OKLAHOMA MASTER CHORALE ANNOUNCES SPRING 2019 CONCERT

The Oklahoma Master Chorale will present two masterworks on Monday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church in Norman.  The program will include the ​Magnificat and Requiem by John Rutter.  Both will be performed with chamber orchestra under the direction of Dr. Adam Pajan.


EUROPEAN TOUR 2019

Adam will return to Germany in August of 2019 for performances at the Wallonisch-Niederländische Kirche in Hanau, Saarkirche in Ingelheim, and Magdeburg Dom.  Check back for more information regarding program details.

organist

"...unusually able and sensitive..."   

The American Organist

Max Reger: Introduction and Passacaglia
performed live at the University of Oklahoma (C.B. Fisk Op. 111)

"...conveyed clearly the message and the movement of the music first and foremost..."   

"...played in its kaleidoscopic glory by a
superb organist..."
- American Record Guide

"A rising star definitely worth watching."   

- Michael barone, "Pipedreams"

Upcoming Programs

Adam M. Pajan

G. Meyerbeer: Coronation March
from Le Prophète, transc. by Adam Pajan

performed live at the Marktkirche, Wiesbaden


Recordings

  

                                                           - The Tracker

Charles Griffes: Notturno
from Fantasy Pieces, Op. 6 for piano

transcribed by Adam Pajan