Metropolitan New Jersey
|Last updated: November 11, 2013|
Message from the Dean
|Welcome to the Metro New Jersey Chapter of the AGO!
We are celebrating our 93rd year and are very excited about our upcoming programs and the new energy in our chapter. We have planned a variety of entertaining and informative events for the 2013–14 season, as listed below.
New members, both organists and organ aficionados, are always welcome. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.
Preston Dibble, Dean
CHAPTER PROGRAM LISTING
Monday, September 23 – 6:00 PM
Calvary Episcopal Church, Summit
Jim Little, host
The Reverend Canon Victoria R. Sirota,
St. John the Divine, speaker
Reservations required $20/person
Monday, October 21 – 7:30 PM
Members Sharing Music for
Advent, Christmas and Epiphany
BYO Music to Swap: proceeds benefit the George Markey Scholarship Fund
First Presbyterian Church, Caldwell
Barbara and Noel Piercy, hosts
Sunday, November 24 – 4:00 PM
Chapter and Regional RCYO winner and Rising Star, Ryan Kennedy, recitalist
Grace Church, Newark
Joe Arndt, host
Monday, January 20 – 9:30–3:45
January Jump Start Mini-Convention
Immaculate Conception R.C. &
Central Presbyterian Churches, Montclair
Preston Dibble and Jonathan Hall, hosts
Rick Erickson, Holy Trinity Lutheran, NYC: Improvisation and Interpreting Hymns, Hymn Festival
Anne Matlack, Grace Episcopal, Madison: Global Choral Music for the Lectionary
$15 Registration. Lunch on your own in Montclair
Snow date: Saturday, January 25
Sunday, March 9 at 4 PM, and Monday, March 10 – 10 AM–12:30 PM
Recital and Masterclass, Judith Hancock
Our Lady of Sorrows, South Orange
Glenn Devitt, host
Tri-sponsored by The Cali School of Montclair State University, Our Lady of Sorrows Church,
and Metro NJ Chapter AGO
Monday, May 12 – 12:00 PM Noon
Metro Mid-day Munch in May at Morrow Memorial United Methodist in Maplewood
Holland Jancaitis, performer and host
June – TBA
End-of-year-soirée and Installation of Officers
Sunday, November 3, 10:00 a.m.
Music at Saint Peter’s presents Haydn’s Missa Brevis in F for 2 sopranos, chorus, organ, and strings. Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church, 271 Roseland Ave. Essex Fells, NJ 07021. 973-226-6500.
Sunday, November 3, 3:00 p.m.
The Festival Choir of Christ Church in Short Hills performs the Durufle Requiem in a service of remembrance for All Saints. Director Andrew Moore is joined by organist Brian Harlow, harpist Stacey Shames, and soloists Adrienne Blossey and John Lamb. Visit www.christchurchshorthills.org for further information. Free-will offering. Christ Church, 66 Highland Ave. Short Hills, NJ 07078.
Wednesday, November 6, 12:00 p.m.
Organ recital: Daniel B. Sañez, (Church of St. Catherine of Siena, New York, NY), Free-will offering. Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, 89 Ridge Street, Newark, NJ 07104. 973-484-2400.
Saturday, November 9, 7:00 p.m.
Music in the Somerset Hills presents a Benjamin Britten centenary concert. Works include A Ceremony of Carols, Rejoice in the Lamb, and Hymn to the Virgin. The Somerset Hills Community Chorus joined by special guests the Antioch Chamber Ensemble, harpist Merynda Adams, organist Brian Harlow, and the MSH Summer Voices youth choir. For tickets visit musicsh.org/concerts or call 973-339-7719. St. John on the Mountain Church, 379 Mount Harmony Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924.
Saturday, November 9, 8:00 p.m.
Crescent Concerts presents: Harmonious Haydn. The Crescent Choral society will perform Haydn’s Harmoniemesse and Te Deum (Marie Thérèse), F. Allen Artz III, conductor, and Brenda Day Arnold, organist. $20 General admission/ $15 Seniors / $5 Students. Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church, 716 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield, NJ 07060.
Saturday, November 16, 8:00 p.m.
Music at Immaculate presents the Oratorio Society of New Jersey singing Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Sándor Szabó, conductor. Admission $20. www.oratoriosocietynj.org. Church of the Immaculate Conception, 30 North Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ 07042. www.icmusicministry.org.
Sunday, November 17, 4:00 p.m.
Dedication of the new 3-manual, 38 stop Allen organ. Dr. Andrew Moore plays music of Bach, Buxtehude, Hancock and Hampton. Free. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 92 Burton Ave., Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604.
Sunday, November 17, 4:00 p.m.
Inauguration of the Scott R Williams Memorial Organ with parish organist Scott Ziegler, Peter Ncanywa of Prospect Presbyterian Church in Maplewood, and Joseph Arndt of Grace Church in Newark. $10 suggested donation to the organ fund, children free. For more information visit www.ScottRZiegler.com. Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, 9 East Main Street, Mendham Borough NJ 07945.
Sunday, November 24, 3:00 p.m.
Calvary Chorale with the Wardlaw-Hartridge Chorale present Bach Magnificat and other works Calvary Episcopal Church, 31 Woodland Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901. 908-277-1814.
Sunday, November 24, 3:00 p.m.
Grace Community Music presents a Britten Centenary celebration. The concert features Rejoice in the Lamb and the complete children’s song cycle Friday Afternoons with children’s choirs and soloists, Anne Matlack, director, with Brian Harlow and Eric Stroud, organists. Also other works including selections from Metamorphoses with Teddy Love, oboe. Donation at the door. Grace Church, 4 Madison Avenue at Kings Road, Madison, NJ 07940.
Sunday, November 24, 4:00 p.m.
Chapter and Regional RCYO winner and Rising Star, Ryan Kennedy, recitalist. Grace Church in Newark, 950 Broad Street, Newark, NJ 07102.
Sunday, December 1, 3:00 p.m.
The Rodland Duo: Cathy Rodland, organ and Carol Rodland, viola, will play works by JS Bach, CPE Bach, John Weaver, and others. This is the first recital in a series celebrating the recently restored 3-manual 43 rank Möller organ, originally installed in 1967 during the music ministry of the Rodlands' late father, John R. Rodland. This is also the first recital made possible by the Karen Kaiser Memorial Concert Fund. Freewill donations accepted. First Presbyterian Church of Rutherford, 1 East Passaic Ave., Rutherford NJ 07070
Sunday, December 1, 4:00 p.m.
Handel’s Messiah, Part I, The Baroque Chorale, Byerte W. Johnson, director. Free-will offering. St. Peter Claver Church, 56 Elmwood Avenue Ave, Montclair, NJ 07042.
Friday, December 6, 8:00 p.m. &
Saturday, December 7, 8:00 p.m.
Music at Immaculate presents Britten’s Ceremony of Carols and other traditions of the holidays. New jersey Choral Society, Eric Dale Knapp, conductor. www.njcs.org. Admission: $25. Church of the Immaculate Conception, 30 North Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ 07042. www.icmusicministry.org.
Saturday, December 7, 7:30 p.m. &
Sunday, December 8, 7:30 p.m.
Harmonium Choral Society, Anne Matlack, conductor, presents Alleluya, A New Work featuring world premieres by composers-in-residence Martin Sedek and Mark Miller, and works by Mathias, Britten, Verdi, Brahms, Papoulis and others. Adrienne Blossey, oboe, and organist Joseph Arndt, as well as a joyful ensemble of drums and handbells, will accompany the chorus. Tickets $25/$20 in advance, $30/$25 at the door. Visit www.harmonium.org or call 973-538-6969. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 70 Maple Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960.
Sunday, December 8, 3:00 p.m
Calvary Chorale presents Mainstreet Brass. One of Calvary’s most popular groups returns. Calvary Episcopal Church, 31 Woodland Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901. 908-277-1814.
Sunday, Dec. 8, 4:00 p.m. & 6:30 p.m.
“Evermore and Evermore...Christmas Through the Ages,” featuring carols and seasonal music from Medieval times to the 21st century. Oratorio Choir, Knox Bell Choir, Organ, and Orchestra. Mary Lou Stevens, Director; Linda Langstaff, Bell Director. Free will offering. Call 908-766-1616 for more information. The Presbyterian Church, 1 East Oak St., Basking Ridge, NJ 07920.
Sunday, December 8, 4:00 p.m.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Paterson Diocesan Christmas Concert with Bishop Arthur Serratelli. Paterson Diocesan Choir, Preston Dibble, director; Vince Carr, organist; Madison Brass Quintet. Free Will Offering. St. Peter the Apostle Church, 179 Baldwin Rd Parsippany, NJ 07054.
Friday, December 13, 8:00 p.m.
The Cathedral Concert Series: Navidad Latina. The Cathedral Spanish choir, Olfary Guitérrez, director, with other singers and instrumentalists from other Latin-American communities of the Archdiocese of Newark. The program, conducted in Spanish, includes Ramirez’s Navidad Nuestra” along with Villancicos Tradicionales. Free-will offering. Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, 89 Ridge Street, Newark, NJ 07104. 973-484-2400.
Saturday, December 14, 5:00 p.m.
Music at Saint Peter’s presents A Service of Lessons and Carols. Works by Poston, Raabe, Praetorius, Tye, Hovland, and Heim. Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church, 271 Roseland Ave. Essex Fells, NJ 07021. 973-226-6500.
Sunday, December 15, 3:00 p.m.
Glen Ridge Community Concerts presents Welcome Christmas!, the annual Christmas Concert & Carol Sing. Glen Ridge Choral Society, Gramercy Brass, Percussion, Piano & Organ, conducted by Thomas Mustachio. Sacred and secular music of the season with favorite carols for all to sing. Free-will offering. Glen Ridge Congregational Church, 195 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, NJ 07028. 973-743-5596. www.glenridgecong.org/Music/music.html.
Sunday, December 15, 5:00 p.m.
Music at Immaculate presents: Expectation! Schola Cantorum on Hudson, Deborah Simpkin King, conductor. www.scholaonhudson.org. Admission: $25. Church of the Immaculate Conception, 30 North Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ 07042. www.icmusicministry.org.
Sunday, December 15 at 5:00 p.m.
Crescent Concerts presents: Yuletide by Candlelight. The Crescent singers present their annual gift of holiday music of all ages to the community. Free. Donations accepted. Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church, 716 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield, NJ 07060.
Wednesday, December 18, 8:00 p.m. &
Thursday, December 19, 8:00 p.m.
The Cathedral Concert Series: The Forty-Third Annual Candlelight Carol Sing. Free-will offering. Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, 89 Ridge Street, Newark, NJ 07104. 973-484-2400.
Saturday, December 21 at 7:00 p.m.
Music in the Somerset Hills presents a Holiday Festival for Organ and Brass with the Somerset Hills Brass Ensemble, and Brian Harlow, organist. Works by Gabrieli, Praetorius, Bach and others. Also a carol sing-along. For tickets visit musicsh.org/concerts or call 973-339-7719. St. John on the Mountain Church, 379 Mount Harmony Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924.
|The chapter newsletter is The Metro Mixtures and the Newsletter Editor is Chris Hatcher. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* * * NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2013 METRO MIXTURES NEWSLETTER * * *
NOTES FROM THE DEAN…
Greetings fellow organists!
It is hard to believe that it has been a year since Hurricane Sandy devastated many in our region and across our tri-state area. I recently saw some pictures in the newspaper from those days following and had thought to myself, as relatively speaking, I was unaffected, that I had already forgotten about the horrific damage. A trumpet player whom I regularly use in my parish was recently recounting his story to me: his home was destroyed, flooded, except for the brick and block shell. His home is at the shore, not his second home, his HOME. To this day, it remains exactly as it has been for the past 11 months - gutted and empty. He is still trying to get a straight answer between local, state, and federal governments on how high he has to raise the home and then securing the necessary money from his insurance company to do so. My heart goes out to him and the many that are in his boat. As we enter this November, let us truly give thanks and not forget the helping spirit which came so readily a year ago. Would it not be wonderful if it would take less than another Sandy to draw us so close together?
Going along with that, but on a slightly happier note - November and December are extraordinary months for concerts and music in our churches. Many of these annual events were cancelled last year, due to the storm. Let us re-commit ourselves to giving thanks to our craft by partaking in the plethora of concerts and recitals detailed later in this newsletter. As organists and musicians we have much to be thankful for!
–Preston Dibble, Dean
FROM THE SUB-DEAN…
What a great evening we enjoyed at Barbara Piercy's church, First Presbyterian in Caldwell! Thanks so much for hosting, Barb! Instead of our Annual Members' Recital, we ventured into uncharted territory and enjoyed an evening of sharing music for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany, not knowing that the secret theme might have been “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel!” It was terrific to have so many people offer to play: organ, piano, harp, shaker, and recorder. We even had three new works for organ, a hymn, and an anthem composed by our own members to sing, take home and use in the upcoming season. Thanks, too, to the bakers and contributors to the reception. It's fun to eat Christmas cookies before Halloween. A list of the works that were shared appears on pages 6–7 of this newsletter.
The music sale held during the reception was very well received AND profitable as well! All proceeds will go to the George Markey Scholarship Fund which this past summer provided a scholarship for one of Linda Loria's organ students to attend a POE in Maine!
If you missed the sale last night, we will have another opportunity during the Mini-Convention on January 20, 2014 in Montclair. If YOU have music you are willing to donate, please add it to the collection which will be displayed at that time! Many of us found some real treasures!
On Sunday, November 24 at 4 PM at Grace Church, Newark, Joe Arndt will host our recital by RYCO winner, Rising Star, and recitalist at the Boston AGO Convention next summer, Ryan Kennedy. We are privileged to have the opportunity to hear Ryan “so close to home,” so please make an effort to attend! Parking is easy and attending a program at Grace in Newark is not a problem. We were last there for a program during the Regional Convention in 2011. Hope to see you there!
–Diane Pivarnik, Sub-Dean
MEMBERSHIP AND DIRECTORY
We currently have 133 members in the Metro NJ Chapter for 2013-14. This month we welcome our newest member Christopher Fortin, who lives in Mount Tabor and plays at the Presbyterian Church of New Providence. Contact info for Chris is in the directory.
Directory changes and updates:
Maggie Hanson has moved to Randolph. Her new address is:
11 Lake Dr., Randolph, NJ 07869
Michael Rosin now has substitute availability for Sat, Sun and M-F.
Jonathan Ryan has accepted a position as Assistant Director of Music at Christ Church (Episcopal) in Greenwich, CT and will transfer to the Fairfield West Chapter. We are sad to see Jonathan go, but wish him the very best! His new address is: Christ Church, 254 E. Putnam Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830. Phone: 203-869-6600 x22.
Directory additions and changes will be published in the newsletter throughout the year. Please let me know if there are corrections to your entry.
As always, if you need a membership form or would like to invite a friend or colleague to join, please contact me.
–Scott Jones, Membership Chair
METRO MIXTURE NEWSLETTER NEWS
Are you receiving the newsletter twice? An electronic form (PDF) of the newsletter is sent to everyone who includes an email address on their membership form. If you checked on your membership form that you want to receive the newsletter by US mail, we will continue to mail you a copy, but the hope is that most members will begin to accept only the email version, saving the chapter printing costs and postage. Besides, there are advantages to receiving the email version: you will get it in a more timely fashion, all the links are “live,” and it is in color! Consider making the switch once and for all. Let myself, or Scott Jones know. Thank you.
– Chris Hatcher, Editor
ADVERTISING IN THE METRO MIXTURES
We can accept advertisements in the newsletter for goods and services which are for sale. Besides text ads, we can place business card-size ads for inclusion in the Metro Mixtures. Ads may be purchased for $10 (for Metro NJ AGO members), and $20 (for non-members) per issue of Metro Mixtures. Business card ads must be “camera-ready.” Memorial tributes and “best wishes” may also be placed by members for $10 per issue. To place a text ad, send your ad (or business card) along with a check (payable to Metro NJ AGO) to the newsletter editor. Please note that text ads may need to be edited due to space constraints. If you would like more information about placing an ad please contact email@example.com.
John Conner, M.Mus., ChM, CAGO
Available for substitute and interim work in the entire metropolitan area. Highly experienced with liturgical and non-liturgical services. Phone: 201-945-8579
BEST WISHES TO ALL
YVONNE L. SONNENWALD-MELIN
Past Dean, Metropolitan New Jersey Chapter
Byerte Johnson - O Come, O Come Emmanuel and Go Tell it on the Mountain — a work in progress for choir, piano, harp & shaker
Diane Pivarnik and Anne Matlack - A Little Shepherd Music (for flute/recorder/C instrument) Harald Rohlig
Concordia CPH 97-4422
Anne Matlack and Diane Pivarnik - Three Carols for flute and harpsichord (organ, piano) Peter Crisafulli
1. Greensleeves 2. Es is ein Ros' 3. Sussex Carol
Concordia CPH 97-5559
Dennis Dell - Variations on an Advent Hymn: Seven on “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” D. Pinkham
“The Holy Boy” Organ Music of John Ireland ed. Gower
79 Chorales “In Quiet Joy” No. XLI Marcel Dupré
Jim Little - “Forest Green” (7 Chorale Preludes) Richard Purvis
Carl Fischer 0 3450
“Carol Rhapsody” Purvis
Leeds Music Corporation
“Picardy” (Meditations on Communion Hymns) Leo Sowerby
12 Organ Carols for Christmas “Let our gladness know no end” Hermann Schroeder
Concordia CPH 97-5017
Audrey Schultz - “Cradled in a Manger” SATB anthem for Christmas firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Hatcher - Carol-Prelude on “Greensleeves” Searle Wright H.W. Gray GSCT 798
Mary Lou Stevens - Triptych on “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” Matthew R. Corl Morningstar MSM 10-009
The Oxford Book of Christmas Music compiled by R. Gower
Linda Loria - “Joy to the World” variations for Organ Michael Helman 1. Trumpet Tune 2. Trio 3. Canzona 4. Reflection 5. Fantasy
Arthur LaMirande - “Postlude de Noel” Bernard Piché (Selected Works)
Wayne Dietterick - “Veni Emmanuel”, Postlude on “Mendelssohn” by Wayne Dietterick
Scott Ziegler “Advent Candles” for SATB choir by Scott R. Ziegler email@example.com
Scott Jones - “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” Advent Piano Variations Lee Dengler
“In the Bleak Midwinter” Allen Orton Gibbs
Concordia CPH 97-5959
11 Compositions for Organ Set V Charles W. Ore
Supplied by Connie Schmalz - played by Vince Carr - “Christe Sanctorem” from Augsburg Epiphany Volume J. Bert Carlson
“Siyahamba” from Augsburg Epiphany Volume Robert Buckley Farley
|The Membership Chairperson is Scott Jones. You may contact him via e-mail at Jsjones0601@verizon.net.|
|The Placement Chairperson is Chris Hatcher. To submit a listing, please contact him via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Music/Organist: The Community Church of Mountain Lakes (United Church of Christ), 48 Briarcliff Road,Mountain Lakes, NJ 07046, is looking for a motivated individual to serve as Director of Music and Organist. Responsibilities of the position include: Member of Worship Team responsible for coordinating all music to be used in worship services throughout the year; Rehearsing and directing the Chancel Choir; Organist/pianist for weekly worship services and the special services of the liturgical year; Accompanist for Cherub, Gloria, and Youth Choirs; working collaboratively with Director of Children’s Music and Handbell Choir Director in planning music schedule and rehearsals; wedding and funeral services as they arise. Chancel choir rehearsals are currently Thursday evening; Worship on Sunday morning is at 10 a.m. The church has a recently rebuilt Casavant-Freres pipe organ, digitally enhanced with Ahlborn-Galanti electronic voices, and a Steinway grand piano for use during worship. The candidate should be proficient in both organ and piano and willing to provide instrumental, choral and congregational music in a wide variety of musical styles to ensure the worship experience is as inclusive as possible. Prior experience with handbell choirs a plus. The successful candidate will receive competitive compensation based on qualifications and experience. Mountain Lakes is located in beautiful Morris County, New Jersey, conveniently located near the intersection of Routes 287 and 80. For more information, call the church office at (973) 334-6500. To apply, e-mail your resume, including references, to email@example.com. (8/8/13)
Music Minister/Organist/Choir Director: St. Monica’s Church, 33 Unionville Avenue, Sussex, NJ 07461. Rural 800-family Sussex parish well known for its good liturgy and congregational singing. Will be responsible for playing four weekend Masses and directing one choir with one weeknight rehearsal. Christmas, Holy Week and other possible special events. Weddings extra, funerals optional. Experience required in service playing and choir directing. Membership in and/or familiarity with NPM & AGO helpful. The instrument is a 2 Manual Rodgers Digital Organ with a MIDI attachment and three ranks of speaking pipes: a principal, a flute & a trompette en chamade installed by Peragallo Organ Company. There is also an electronic piano. Position available end of September. Salary $25,000. If interested, please contact Carol at St. Monica’s Church, 973-875-4521 or mail resume to church address above, or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. (8/13/13)
Part Time Director of Music: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, 203 Swartswood Road, Swartswood, NJ. A part time Director is sought for Sussex County parish. Responsibilities include planning and leading congregational song for 2 Sunday morning liturgies, development and direction of Adult choir and parish cantors. Proficiency at the organ and piano required. Respect for and use of music from the Church’s tradition as well as the best of contemporary music is expected. Room for growth in the position and program are possible in consultation with the pastor. Salary negotiable based upon experience. Position available November 1, 2013. Please send resume, with list of references to Fr. Brian Ditullio, Pastor email@example.com by NO LATER than Monday, November 4. (11/1/13)
Assistant Organist: St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 70 Maple Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960. IV/64 E. M. Skinner (1930) organ. 10–15 hours/week. Salary range: 15–17K. The Assistant Organist would primarily be responsible for accompanying the choirs at two Sunday services, as well as at Thursday rehearsals. The Assistant would also share service playing responsibilities with the Director of Music (hymns, voluntaries, etc.). Some special events during the year would include major Feasts, Evensong, and choral concerts. Some administrative work would be required. Interviews will begin immediately, and the application process will remain open until a successful candidate has been hired. Please submit resumes or inquiries to the Director of Music, Joshua Stafford, at firstname.lastname@example.org. (11/1/13)
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|As a chapter, we are committed to the certification process, which can be found in the July Issue of our national 'house organ' The American Organist.
We have members who have achieved certification in all of the programs offered, including: Service Playing, Colleague, Choir Master, Associateship and Fellowship. With our location in Central New Jersey, we are sometimes asked to accomodate candidates from surrounding chapters, and do so gladly. Certification chairman is Dennis Dell, 732 750-2960, or via e-mail at email@example.com.
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