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Tuesday Musical Club 2020 Artist Series
Tuesday Musical Club 2019-2020 Artist Series concert on March 24, 2020 – 7:30 p.m. – Organist Damin Spritzer. A frequent guest on the nationally-syndicated “Pipedreams®” broadcast, Damin Spritzer, DMA, is a full-time Assistant Professor of Organ at the University of Oklahoma. Choir & Organ magazine says: “Her programme of English late-romantic rhapsodies fits the instrument like a glove and her attention to detail in managing seamless crescendi and diminuendi, and showing off the panoply’ of solo colours, is no less than brilliant…Highly enjoyable. Hers is the disc to have.” She continues to work with the Cathedral Church of Saint Matthew in Dallas as Artist-in-Residence for Cathedral Arts, and was recently Adjunct Professor at the University of North Texas teaching Organ Literature and Sacred Music. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Leupold Foundation which is dedicated to the preservation of pipe organ music and culture, and is active in the Dallas and Southern Plains Chapters of the American Guild of Organists in various roles. Margarite B. Parker Chapel, Trinity University. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.satmc.org or call 210- 710-7582. Students are free with proper ID. Sponsored by Trinity University and Elaine & John Ehlers-in memory of Madolyn Fallis with marketing support from Fresh Horizons Creative Catering and Oak Park Cleaners.
All concerts last 90-120 minutes and occur on Tuesdays. All concerts (except the March 24 concert) occur at 2 p.m. in Laurel Heights United Methodist Church, 227 W. Woodlawn Avenue. The March 24 concert occurs at 7:30 p.m. in the Margarite B. Parker Chapel, Trinity University. Students are free with proper ID.
Full season tickets (four tickets) can be purchased for $75. Tickets can be used at ANY concert, in ANY combination. Single tickets are $25 and can be purchased on the TMC website or at the door, ½ hour before each concert. Discounted group tickets are available.
“The Tuesday Musical Club is one of the fine institutions—created by and for ladies—that survived the suffrage movement, two World Wars, the tumult of the late 20th century and the vicissitudes of the early 21st to maintain its position as one of the city’s foremost presenters of classical music.” (SA Current). For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.satmc.org or call 210- 710-7582.