Viennese organist Elmo Cosentini played a recital on a 10,650–pipe great organ at the Washington National Cathedral. Elmo received his musical education at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, studying organ with Peter Planyavsky, as well as piano, orchestral conducting, composition and church music. Elmo participated in master classes with Michel Chapuis, Xavier Darasse, Ton Koopman and Ewald Kooiman and performed as pianist and organist in Europe, the USA, South Africa, China, Australia and New Zealand. He played with renown orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic, the Viennese Symphonic and the Tonkünstler Orchestra, premiered contemporary works, recorded CDs and played within live broadcasts for TV and radio as well as organ inaugurations. Elmo held lectures, master classes and workshops at various universities and conventions and teaches at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. He is organist at St. Augustin in Vienna, a church with great music tradition.
When: Sunday, October 28, 2018 | 5:30 pm
Where: Washington National Cathedral (3101 Wisconsin Avenue, 20016
Washington, DC 20016)
No charge for admission; $10 suggested donation.