Franck Bicentennial Project, 2022

PRESENTATIONS OF THE TWLEVE MAJOR ORGAN WORKS OF CÉSAR FRANCK

Adam M. Pajan

organist

In honor of the bicentennial of the birth of César Franck (1822-1890), arguably the singular most important composer for the organ in 19th century France, Adam Pajan and Joseph Arndt will present the twelve major organ works at several venues across the country in the fall of 2022. Some will be offered as marathon performances, and others will be split into two programs accompanied by a lecture presentation. 

SAINT MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH - HOUSTON, TEXAS
September 23, 2022

Marathon performance

Schoenstein & Co., Op. 145, 4 manuals/80 ranks


CHRIST THE KING CATHOLIC CHURCH - DALLAS, TEXAS 
September 30, 2022

Marathon performance

Juget-Sinclair, Op. 42, 3 manuals/75 ranks


SAINT THOMAS CHURCH, 5TH AVENUE - NEW YORK

October 15, 2022

Two recital performances with lecture

Dobson, Op. 93, 4 manuals/126 ranks​


SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL - SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

October 21-22, 2022
Two recital performances with lecture
Flentrop Orgelbouw (1965), additions by Paul Fritts (1995), 4 manuals/79 Ranks


SAINT JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH - TULSA, OKLAHOMA

December 10, 2022
Marathon performance on Franck's birthday
Schoenstein & Co., Op. 173, 3 manuals/38 ranks