For this concert, Cleveland will perform Grand Dialogue in C Major by Louis Marchand; Prelude and Fugue in E-flat Major, BWV 552 by J.S. Bach; Clair de Lune from Suite 2 of Pièces de Fantaisie by Louis Vierne; and Four Concert Etudes by David Briggs.
Douglas Cleveland gained international prominence when he won first prize in the 1994 American Guild of Organists National Young Artists Competition, and has since performed throughout the U.S. and in concert halls from Berlin to
Moscow to Yokohama. He has played with such orchestras as the Chicago Symphony and National Symphony and participated in major international festivals. Many of his concerts have been broadcast on National Public Radio and the BBC, and he has recorded four critically acclaimed CDs on the Gothic label. He currently serves on the organ faculty at the University of Washington School of Music.
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