Colorado Springs Chapter

Last updated: June 20, 2015 at 10:46 am
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Local Events

 

COLORADO SPRINGS

June 26 (Friday), 7:00 pm:  JAZZ IN THE GARDEN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES:  New Vintage Jazz.  Grace and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Memorial Garden, corner of North Tejon and Monument Streets, Colorado Springs.  Starting with straight up New Orleans jazz and moving to classic jazz and hard bop, the hot trumpet and driving rhythms of New Vintage Jazz will have your toes tapping and hands clapping. The public is encouraged to bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets.  In case of rain, concerts are held indoors in the parish hall.

June 27 (Saturday), 6:30 pm:  HOT SUMMER NIGHTS:  MUSIC ON THE LABYRINTH – Swallowtail Celtic Trio.  First Christian Church, 16 E. Platte, Colorado Springs.  Randy Zombola, hammered dulcimer; Sandy Craddock, Irish flute and flue; and Dan Dameron, guitar, will play Celtic tunes from rollicking to wistful. The program will be held outdoors on the south side of the church (but will move indoors for inclement weather), so bring a blanket or chair. A free will offering will be taken.

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July 10 (Friday), 7:00 pm:  JAZZ IN THE GARDEN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES:  Air Force Academy Falconaires.  Grace and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Memorial Garden, corner of North Tejon and Monument Streets, Colorado Springs.  A driving force in the jazz world, this biggest of big bands, the Air Force Academy Band’s Falconaires specialize in the best of traditional and contemporary big band jazz. The public is encouraged to bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets.  In case of rain, concerts are held indoors in the parish hall.

July 24 (Friday), 7:00 pm:  JAZZ IN THE GARDEN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES:  Gregory Goodloe and the Light Years Ahead Band.  Grace and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Memorial Garden, corner of North Tejon and Monument Streets, Colorado Springs.  Gregory Goodloe’s appearance last year was a crowd favorite, and we are thrilled to have them on the schedule. You’ll be dancing in the aisles as the Light Years Ahead band brings their unique sound and audience rapport back to Jazz in the Garden. The public is encouraged to bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets.  In case of rain, concerts are held indoors in the parish hall.

July 25 (Saturday), 6:30 pm:  HOT SUMMER NIGHTS:  MUSIC ON THE LABYRINTH – All Those Who Wander.  First Christian Church, 16 E. Platte, Colorado Springs.  A folk alternative group which creates an eclectic mix of American, Scottish, and Irish folk styles.  Nicholas and Danielle Booker and Forrest Alvarez play a variety of instruments and sing in tight harmonies. The program will be held outdoors on the south side of the church (but will move indoors for inclement weather), so bring a blanket or chair. A free will offering will be taken.

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August 7 (Friday), 7:00 pm:  JAZZ IN THE GARDEN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES:  Al Eberhart and the Changing Times Band.  Grace and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Memorial Garden, corner of North Tejon and Monument Streets, Colorado Springs.  A regular with the Pikes Peak Jazz and Swing Society, Al Eberhart and the Changing Times Band were the house band at The Tavern at the Broadmoor for nearly two decades. Today they play over 200 gigs a year throughout Colorado, providing big band, dance and swing that thrill audiences wherever they go. Al is Professor of High Brass and Artist in Residence at CSU-Pueblo. The public is encouraged to bring picnics, lawn chairs and blan­kets.  In case of rain, concerts are held indoors in the parish hall.

August 21 (Friday), 7:00 pm:  JAZZ IN THE GARDEN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES:  Sean Hennessy Quintet.  Grace and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Memorial Garden, corner of North Tejon and Monument Streets, Colorado Springs.  A native of Colorado Springs, Sean Hennessy is regarded as “one of America’s most gifted composer/instrumentalists” and is a protégé of jazz legend Wynton Marsalis. A trumpet soloist of deep essence, he has performed at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center and across the country, exhibiting beautiful heartfelt melodies, light jesting humor and spirited and touching jazz. The public is encouraged to bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets.  In case of rain, concerts are held indoors in the parish hall.

 

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If you plan well in advance, consider attending these regional and national conventions:

  • Southwest Region (formerly Region VII) Convention: Fort Worth TX, June 28 – July 1, 2015
  • *AGO 2016 National Convention, Houston, June 19-23
  • *AGO 2018 National Convention, Kansas City, July 2-6

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Membership

You don’t have to be an active organist or choirmaster to join the Guild. In fact, you don’t have to be a professional church musician at all. Membership in the Guild is open to all, and the only real requirement is an interest in the organ and/or sacred choral music. To become a member of the Colorado Springs Chapter, contact any Chapter officer. See below for contact information.

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Placement

Employers and job seekers are invited to post and search listings of available positions on the Guild’s National Website.

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Certification

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Contact Us

Dean:  Eric Wicks – wickseric@yahoo.com

Sub Dean:  Joan Kuehn – joan@flccs.net

Secretary: Sue Anselmi – Sue.Anselmi@gmail.com

Treasurer, CLARION editor and ONCARD Liaison:  Joseph Galema, DMA –joegalema@aol.com

Board Members:

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Links

http://www.pipeorgan.org

http://www.atos.org

http://www.apoba.com

http://www.organsociety.org

http://www.pipedreams.org

http://www.thediapason.com

http://www.agodenver.org

AGO National website