Larry Palmer, professor of harpsichord and organ, and music students from Meadows School of the Arts present monthly demonstrations on the Meadows Museum’s Oldovini organ. This fall’s performances will focus on works by blind composers John Stanley, Pablo Bruna and Jean Langlais. Built in 1762 by Pascoal Caetano Oldovini for the Cathedral of Evora in Portugal, the single-manual organ is the only instrument by Oldovini to be found outside the Iberian Peninsula. Join us for these special recitals that offer a rare opportunity to experience centuries-old music on an 18th-century organ surrounded by masterworks in the museum’s permanent collection.
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