Dutch Organ Concert


Location: Hope Church

Dutch Organ Music Old and New (1521–Today!)

The earliest organ music was being composed and played in the Netherlands in the 15th century, but from that point until the present day, that tradition has not stopped.  Rhonda Sider Edgington, Organist and Music Director at Hope Church and traveling concert organist, will share with the Tulip Time audience a wide variety of Dutch organ music from across the centuries.  She will intersperse the music with fun and informative commentary on the pieces and composers, helping her audience understand and appreciate the music on another level. This year, Sider Edgington will be joined by Holland organist Jane Bosko for a four-hand organ duet, and Dr. Sarah Southard of Hope College on oboe.

Tickets: $16 per person

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Hope Church
77 West 11th Street
Holland, MI 49423
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