Who: 5 For Brooklyn: The Five Fathers Organ Recital with:
Fr. Jeremy Canna from Our Lady of the Snows Church, Floral Park
Fr. Gerald Dumont from the Church of the Holy Innocents, Brooklyn
Fr. Stephen Giulietti from the Shrine Church of St. Bernadette, Brooklyn
Fr. Carlos Velasquez of St. Sebastian Church, Woodside
Fr. Joel Warden from Oratory Church of St. Boniface, Brooklyn
What: Performing 5 musical pieces on organ before a solemn vespers service with Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio.
When: Friday, March 18th, at 7pm.
Where: The Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph, 856 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Why: To celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph

In celebration of the Feast of St. Joseph, five priests from the Diocese of Brooklyn will join musical talents for a live organ recital at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph. Beginning at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 18th, fathers Jeremy Canna, Gerald Dumont, Steven Giuletti, Carlos Velasquez and Joel Warden will play five pieces on the co-cathedral’s newly restored antique organ. The Moller organ, with 3000 pipes and 13 ranks, is more than 100 years old.

The five fathers will each play one of the following selections: Chorale Prelude on “Attende Domine” by Jeanne Demmessieux, Praeludium in D Major by Dietrich Buxtehude, Magnificat in A Major by Jean-Francois Dandrieu, Prelude on the Name of Alain by Maurice Duruflé, Moderato by P. Wachs, and Solemn March from the Oratorio “Athalie” by Felix Mendelssohn. A solemn vespers service, led by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, will follow the organ performance.

The performance will be broadcast LIVE on NET TV at 7 p.m. EST. You can also watch the event streaming LIVE on NET TV’s website at www.netny.tv/watchnow.

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