Let’s hear the Great Cathedral Pipe Organs “Sound Off!”
Vincent Dubois to perform a solo concert
7:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 25 at the Cathedral of Saint Paul
239 Selby Avenue, Saint Paul
Free parking is widely available in the parking lot on Selby Ave as well as street parking.
Accessibility entrances are at the upper Selby door and lower Dayton door.
Organist Vincent Dubois will present a solo concert on the Great Cathedral Pipe Organs. M. Dubois is one of three titulaire organists at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, and is one of the finest concert organists in the world today.
His program will include works of J.S. Bach, César Franck, Camille Saint-Saens, and Maurice Duruflé. He will conclude the program with an improvisation. The art of improvisation is an integral part of liturgical music at Notre-Dame, and Vincent is a renowned improviser.
The event is sponsored by the Cathedral Heritage Foundation. A freewill offering for the organ maintenance fund will be accepted.
The Great Cathedral Pipe Organs includes two organs, an E.M. Skinner Organ, and Æolian-Skinner Organ, which underwent a complete restoration and expansion between 2010-2013 by Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc. The two organs now have a combined 94 ranks for a total of 5,848 pipes, ranging in size from over 32′ in length, to as small as a ballpoint pen.
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As always, your support means the most to the Cathedral parish community and the outer community it serves. If you feel inclined, feel free to make a one-time or recurring donation using this link.
We have found all of our translators for our multi-language virtual tour. Previously, we introduced you to our Hmong, French, and Spanish translators/narrators. Thank you all for bringing your curiosity and passion to this project. It will greatly expand our accessibility for our international visitors.
Interested in taking an in-person tour? Visit the Cathedral at 1 p.m., Tuesday-Friday with a suggested donation of $2.