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2020 Concerts

January 12, 2020

All Saints Episcopal, Phoenix

Evensong Recital, details to be announced soon - click here to stay up to date.

January 19, 2020

Trinity Cathedral, Phoenix

The Helen Peel Memorial Organ Concert. “Tribute to Notre Dame.” This program celebrates the rich legacy of organ music composed to honor the Virgin Mary and her Cathedral in Paris.

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February 7-9, 2020

ASU Organ Hall

Gargoyles and Galliards with the ASU Organ Studio. Kimberly Marshall and the Arizona State University Organ Studio recreate the late-medieval and Renaissance origins of the "King" of instruments. Click here.

February 14, 2020

Catalina United Methodist Church, Tuscon 

The Catalina Organ Festival has taken place since 2014 as a celebration of "the organ that is cherished for its unique breath" and is "used musically for expressing and sharing our faith".

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March 9-12, 2020

Montreal, Canada

Preliminary Jury for the Canadian International Organ Competition. If you are interested in learning more about the Canadian International Organ, click here.

March 21-22, 2020

Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Staunton 

Taylor & Boody Weekend!

Celebrating Bach’s birthday with two concerts on Taylor & Boody organs.

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March 22, 2020

Grace Episcopal Church, Keswick

Kimberly will perform the new Taylor and Boody, Op. 77.

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March 28, 2020

ASU Gammage, Tempe

Join the ASU Chamber Singers, the ASU Choral Union, and organist Kimberly Marshall for a program of works by living women composers including Kodály’s "Missa Brevis."

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April 19, 2020

Pinnacle Presbyterian Church, Scottsdale

Dr. Kimberly Marshall performs Bach the Italian on the organ. Unlike his contemporary, Handel, Bach never traveled to Italy. But he was well versed in the Italian style, thanks to publications of Italian music. In this program, Kimberly Marshall will explore connections between Bach’s organ works and the Bel Paese.

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