Organist Colin Howland to Perform

A Heefner Memorial Organ Recital featuring Colin Howland will be held on Sunday, March 18, at 4 p.m. in Ursinus College’s Bomberger Auditorium. The recital is free and open to the public.

Organist Colin Howland

Organist Colin Howland

Howland, who currently serves as Director of Music and Arts of the Park Cities Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas, will perform works by Bach, Mozart, Marcel Dupré, Robert Elmore and César Franck.

A native of Huntington Valley, Pa., Howland has been active as an organ recitalist for more than 20 years, playing concerts throughout the United States. He has appeared as a soloist with the Florida Symphonic Pops Orchestra and the Irving Symphony Orchestra in such works as Joseph Jongen’s Symphonie Concertante, Camille Saint-Saens’ Symphony No. 3, and Francis Poulenc’s Organ Concerto. His recital career has also taken him to England and China. As a soloist and accompanist, Howland has worked with several distinguished conductors including Sir David Willcocks, Anton Armstrong, Paul Salamunovich and Constantina Tsolainou. He is also a founding member of the Philadelphia Organ Quartet, a unique ensemble that arranges and performs music for four organs and organists.

3 thoughts on “Organist Colin Howland to Perform

  1. Hi Mr. Colin,

    I heard you playing star wars theme on Wanamaker organ on youtube. You played it very virtuoso. Very fine.

    I want to play star wars too on the organ, but yet i can’t find any sheet for organ. Can you pleas tell me, where you got the sheets for star wars?

    Many regards from Germany
    Anton Spengler

  2. Good day M. Colin,

    I liked very much your interpretation of War Stars on Wanamaker organ that I found at youtube. I appreciated so many thing ( your virtuosity, the registration, organ, arrangement).

    If it’s possible for you, could you communicate me where I can find the sheet of this arrangement ?

    I would like so much this music with this arrangement for wedding !

    Thank you
    Baian Tourdaliev
    Geneva (Switzerland)

  3. Hi Colin!

    As with the others, it seems we all want your fantastic Star Wars transcription. Please tell us if there is anyway we can get a hold of it! As an organ student I can assure you my fingers are aching to play it.

    Best
    Jim

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