Monday, October 14, 2019
Hentus van Rooyen, DMA Lecture Recital
Main Auditorium at 8:00 pm

Organ Historical Society Conference at UNT
We extend a warm welcome to our visitors! 
Thursday, July 18 Schedule

10:30 Damin Spritzer Recital 
Wolff organ in Winspear Hall (Murchison Performing Arts Center)

11:30 Panel Discussion in Winspear

12:30 Lunch

1:30 Hentus van Rooyen
Raisin Organ in Organ Recital Hall (Music Bldg. 253)

2:20 Davitt Maroney Recital
Bedient Organ in Main Auditorium

3:00 Samuel Gaskin Recital
Moller Organ in Main Auditorium



Summer Recitals
June 18: Hyejung Kim at Winspear Hall, 8:00 pm
Praeludium in E minor, Nicolaus Bruhns 
Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele, Georg Böhm 
Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor (BWV 582) Johann Sebastian Bach
Prelude et Fugue sur le nom d'Alain op.7, Maurice Duruflé

June 25: Rudimar Bonamigo at Winspear Hall, 6:30 pm
June 27: Rachel Um at Winspear Hall, 8:00 pm



April 2: Olivier Latry in concert, 8:00 pm

Main Auditorium 1401 W Hickory St, Denton

April 3: Olivier Latry Masterclass, 9am – 12pm.

Session I - Winspear Hall, Session II - Main Auditorium 

    Public Event  UNT campus


Upcoming Organ Degree Recitals

Ethan Gainer, FAGO Masters Recital I  April 7 6:30 pm Main Auditorium

    Works of Bach, Dupré, and others

Christoph Hintermuller Masters Recital I April 26 6:30 pm Main Auditorium

    Works of Bach, Guilmant, and others


June Recitals

Louie Kim DMA Recital II TBA

    Works of Bach, Bohm, Duruflé

Rachel Um DMA Recital II TBA

    Works of Bach, Duruflé, and others

Rudimar Bonamigo Artist Diploma Recital II TBA

    Works of César Franck and Marcel Dupré


January 29, 2019
Alex Gilson - Distinguished Alumni Recital
Location: Murchison Performing Arts Center 7:30 p.m.



















Alexander Gilson began working as the principal organist at First Presbyterian Church in Davenport, Iowa this past September. He graduated from the Eastman School of Music in May 2018 with a master of music degree in organ performance, where his primary teacher was Edoardo Bellotti. In 2016, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in both organ performance and jazz studies from the University of North Texas in the studio of Dr. Jesse Eschbach. While at UNT he also worked as organ scholar at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Dallas under the direction of Scott Dettra and Graham Schulz. His previous teachers include the late Hugh Thompson, Thomas Schroeder, Dr. Crista Miller and Dr. Timothy Olsen. Alex advocates for the organ and its deserved place in the modern world by concertizing and presenting its theological implications and purposes.