Join us every first Wednesday for a unique program of organ music performed on our Historic Estey pipe organ. Each month we showcase a different talented organist visiting from around the Northeast!
Our December program features diverse compositions in celebration of the season performed by Dr Alexander Meszler.
Alexander Meszler is an organist committed to interdisciplinary performance and research. In 2018, he received a Fulbright grant allowing him to move to Versailles, France where he studied with Jean-Baptiste Robin and completed research on secularism and the organ. He curates programs that combine eclectic genres spanning more than five centuries. He is committed to promoting the organ, continuing its traditions, while also bringing it to new audiences. He has performed and presented around the U.S. and Europe at conferences such as the American Guild of Organists, the Historical Keyboard Society of North America, the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies. He is dedicated to the promotion and performance of music by living composers and serves as a member of the American Guild of Organists’ Committee on New Music. Meszler is also a general editor for a forthcoming free online encyclopedia of the organ containing more than 4,000 articles about the organ.