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Jonathan Gregoire Recital - Sunday, March 15, 2020

Lenten Reflections – Organ Recital

Join organist Jonathan Gregoire for music honoring the Lenten season. From the soulful Prelude and Fugue in B minor by J.S. Bach, to the dazzling setting of the Maundy Thursday chant, Pange Lingua, by Naji Hakim, and the powerful final movement of Dupré’s Evocation, allow the power of music to transform and inspire your Lenten journey.

His organ recital is at La Casa on Sunday, March 15th from 2-3 pm.

Praised for his “top-notch technique and musicianship” by the Dallas Morning News, Jonathan M.  Gregoire serves as Organist and Associate Director of Music at St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas. As a performer, he has performed for national conventions and other featured events, with international performances in the Netherlands, France, Russia, and Germany. His performances can be heard on Pipedreams from American Public Media. Gregoire won the Southern Methodist University Concerto Competition, was a finalist in the Pistoia International Organ Competition in Italy, and was named a Diploma Laureate in the Mikael Tariverdiev International Organ Competition in Kaliningrad.

Jonathan Gregoire Recital - Sunday, March 15, 2020 BW

Gregoire is also the founder and Executive Director of the Arts Foundation of St. Andrew promoting music education, music performance, community outreach, and visual and literary arts initiatives. Additionally, he further supports music education through his work as faculty accompanist for Plano West Senior High School and the Greenhill School in Addison. Gregoire holds organ degrees from Southern Methodist University (Artist Diploma), Arizona State University (DMA), the University of Kansas (MM), St. John’s University (BA), and the Interlochen Arts Academy (High School Diploma). For additional information, including recordings, please visit: jonathangregoire.com.