Music From The TowerPodcast

EPISODE #57
MUSIC FROM THE TOWER: GUESTS ARE MARK THALLANDER AND JULIAN REVIE

3/23/2019

Episode No. 57 Saturday, March 23, 2019 Mark Thallander, former Organist of the Crystal Cathedral and President of the Mark Thallander Foundation, and Julian Revie, Composer, Church Musician, and Honorary Board Member of the Mark Thallander Foundation.

 Hear all about the FALL FESTIVAL OF FAITH to be held on Christ Cathedral Campus this coming October 26, 2019. This all-day Choral Festival will feature guest conductor, Mack Wilberg, conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. He will work with hundreds of singers, adult and children, brass, and organ through the day. This Ecumenical Event is sponsored by the Mark Thallander Foundation and Christ Cathedral Music Ministry. This is the 36th Festival sponsored by the Foundation. Singers from around the area and from many faith communities participate. Over the years choir members have sung with great conductors from around the globe, including John Rutter. Mark and Julian give their own insights into the importance of such gatherings. One of Julian’s compositions, To Follow The Star will be featured in this year’s festival.
On this Episode of the Music from the Tower, you will hear the details about the Choral Festival, how you or your choir might participate, hear some of the music which will be performed and even how you might attend the Festival itself at 2 PM that day. For further information, contact
MarkThallander@aol.com or MarkThallanderFoundation.org or call 626-487-0224.

MUSIC: Come Christians, Join and Sing arr. Mark Thallander and Bruce Wilkin Eric Dale Knapp, Conductor; Frederick Swann, Organist
MUSIC: To Follow The Star Julian Revie Diocesan Children’s Choir, John Romeri Conductor
MUSIC:
Love Divine All Love’s Excelling arr. Mack Wilberg Mack Wilberg, Conductor, Frederick Swann, Organist
MUSIC:
All Things Bright and Beautiful arr. Mack Wilberg Luke McEndarfer, Conductor, Peter Green and Jan Sanburn, pianists
MUSIC:
I Was Glad C. Hubert H. Parry Paul Salamunovich, Conductor Frederick Swann, Organist