Join us for the fourth installment in the Organ Recital Series featuring Maxine Thevenot.
Maxine Thévenot is known for her skillful, musical organ playing, inventive concertprogramming, and passionate, informed conducting. Thévenot serves as Director of CathedralMusic & Organist at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. John, Albuquerque where she oversees aninternationally renowned choral program and is Artistic Director of the Friends of Cathedral Music community outreach series. She is also the Founding & Artistic Director of Polyphony:Voices of New Mexico, now celebrating its 17th season and is Professor of Organ at theUniversity of New Mexico. Her solo recital career has taken her throughout Europe and the US. Recognized for her excellence as a recording artist, Dr. Maxine Thévenot has released 17well-received CDs on Raven CD. She is a published composer with Paraclete Press and her musichas been performed in Western Europe and across North America. She was twice awarded theBronson Ragan Award at Manhattan School for “outstanding ability in organ performance.” Maxine is an Associate of the Royal Canadian College of Organists and the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, and was made an Honorary Fellow of the National College of Music, London, UK in 2006 for her “services to music.”
St. Francis Auditorium, FREE
This concert is presented in collaboration with Santa Fe Pro Musica.
St. Francis Auditorium is equipped with an audio loop assisted listening system.