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Max Reger Memorial Event
Commemorating the Centenary of His Death
1916 - 2016

Co-Sponsored by The Max Reger Foundation of America and
Duke University

16 October 2016

Christopher S. Anderson
Pre-Recital Learning Event
@ 4:00 p.m.
Janette Fishell
Organ Recital
@ 5:00 p.m. 
"The Smallest Room in My House"
Duke Divinity School Chapel
407 Chapel Drive - Durham, N.C. 
Music by Reger, Bach and Hindemith
Duke University Chapel
401 Chapel Drive - Durham, N.C.


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Max Reger wrote a lot of music; over 1,400 compositions in total during his brief life. He began composing in 1888 at the age of 15 and he didn't stop until his death in 1916. A mere 28 years of work. Reger wrote for all genres of music except opera (e.g., vocal, chamber, piano, organ and orchestral music) with his largest oeuvre being that of his works for Voice (31%) and chamber ensemble (25%).

Whether you are new to Reger's music or just want to explore it further, a list is provided below of recommended works and recordings that will help you on your journey. It is music you should know!

If you are new to Reger, we suggest starting with your preferred type (or genre) of music (e.g., chamber, piano, organ, etc.). To start your excursion, here are a few recommendations. Please review the Listening Guide for more information about recordings:

Chamber Music: String Quartet, Opus 109
Orchestral Music: Piano Concerto, Opus 114
Organ Music: Sonata, Opus 60
Piano Music: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Beethoven, Opus 86
Vocal Music: Schlichte Weisen, Opus 76

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  Calendar of Events

Max Reger Concerts Series
Church on the Hill
140 Bowdoin Street
Boston, MA

March 6, 2016 @ 4:00 p.m.
Forrest Eimold, Piano

April 9, 2016 @ 6:00 p.m.
Max Reger Foundation Benefit

May 1, 2016 @ 11:00 a.m.
Church on the Hill Vocal Ensemble
Max Reger Foundation Event
In Partnership with Duke University,
Durham, NC
October 16, 2016 @ 4:00 p.m.
Janette Fishell, Organ
Duke University Chapel

Pre-concert Learning Event
Christopher S. Anderson
Associate Professor of Sacred Music
Southern Methodist University, Dallas

January 4, 2016

2016 Nicholas A. Tranquillo Endeavor Music Award

Congratulations to Hojoon Kim who was selected as the MRFOA 2016 Nicolas A. Tranquillo Endeavor Music Award recipient. Hojoon studies piano at the New England Conservatory of Music Preparatory School.

2016 Ambassador Award Recipient

Congratulations to Forrest Eimold who was selected as the MRFOA 2016 Ambassador Award recipient. This is the second year that Forrest has won this award due to his outstanding achievements and talent. Forrest is a student at New England Conservatory Preparatory School, in Boston, and studies piano with Dr. Marc Ryser. Forrest will be featured in a recital on the Max Reger Concert Series at the Church on the Hill - Boston, on March 6, 2016.



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