Church Pipe Organ Concert – Dec. 7th, 2014

On Dec. 7, 2014 there will be ONE all parish Mass at 10:00AM followed by a church pipe organ recital by Professor Nathan Laube on the restored church Holtkamp pipe organ. Prof. Laube is a 26 year-old assistant professor at the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester. Prof. Laube is of Slovenian and German descent and a native of Chicago, IL. Following the church pipe organ recital will be a reception by private invitation only in the lower church hall.

Prof. Laube was graduated with a Bachelor of Music Degree from Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, PA., where he studied organ and piano. He received the Institute’s two highest awards, the Landis Award for Excellence in Academics and the Aldwell Award for Excellence in Musical Studies. In June 2013 he received his Master’s Degree in Organ Performance from the Musikhochschule in Stuttgart, Germany. he has performed in the Republic of Slovenia, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, as well as in multiple states in the USA.

Admission to the organ recital is free with good-will offerings accepted. The organ recital is sponsored by St. Vitus Parish, American Mutual Life Association (AMLA), American Slovenian Catholic Union KSKJ Cultural Grant, The Frances and Jane S. Lausche Foundation, and St. Vitus Lodge #25 KSKJ.