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   2009 / 2010 Concert Season

Gregory D’Agostino Performance April 25th, 2010

Gregory D’Agostino International Organ virtuoso


Toccata (1947) Georgi MUSHEL 

Consolation in D-flat Major Franz LISZT 

Scherzino Op. 23, No. 1 Giuseppe FERRATA 

Allegro Sonata No. 1 in D minor Op. 42 Félix-Alexandre GUILMANT 

Allegro vivace Symphony No. 5 in F minor Op. 42, No. 5 Charles-Marie WIDOR 


Three Compositions on the Chorale Tune: Max REGER 1865-1928 
Werde munter mein gemüte Johann PACHELBEL 1865-1928 
J. S. BACH 1685-1750 

Noel X (Grand Jeu et Duo) Louis-Claude DAQUIN 

Prelude and Fugue in D Major BWV 532 BACH 


All concerts are on Sunday at 3 PM

at the Saugerties United Methodist Church

on the corner of Washington Avenue & Post Street

Admission $12 - Seniors $10 - Students Free

About the artist

Mr. D’Agostino got to the heart of the music, the gentle and songlike as well as the robust and 
purely dexterous. 

Allan Kozinn 
The New York Times 

D’Agostino met his challenge brilliantly in a program reaching from the German and French 
Baroque to Liszt, Ives, and Dave Brubeck. 

Cecelia Porter 
The Washington Post 

One of America’s most exciting concert organists, Gregory D’Agostino creates a thrilling sense 
of drama that has been described as a “stunning, controlled delirium” by The American Organist 
magazine. Praised by The New York Times for his “deft, powerful performances,” Mr. 
D’Agostino has performed on three continents at such well-known venues as New York’s 
Lincoln Center, London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral, Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral, Radio Hall 
Bratislava, Hong Kong’s St. John’s Cathedral, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, West Point Military 
Academy, Charleston’s Piccolo Spoleto Festival, and San Diego’s Balboa Park. He has 
performed in festivals in Paris, London, St. Petersburg, Prague, Olomouc, Krakow, Zabrze, and 
Tokyo, and has appeared as soloist with Japan’s NHK Symphony (live HD-TV), Moscow 
Chamber Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Slovak Radio Orchestra, Mainly Mozart Festival 
Orchestra, American Classical Orchestra, Fairfax Symphony, Fairfield Orchestra, and the 
Charleston Symphony. For the 100th anniversary of the American Guild of Organists, Mr. D’Agostino

 performed two different memorized programs including the premiere of Dan Locklair’s 

Organ Concerto before an audience of 3,400 at St. John the Divine, New York. 

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