Keyboard Concert Series presents organist Kimberly Marshall on Jan. 7

Organist Kimberly Marshall

The Keyboard Concerts Series presents celebrated organist Kimberly Marshall at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, in the Fresno State Concert Hall. Marshall will perform works by J.S. Bach, Frescobaldi, Buxtehude and Raison.

Celebrated as one of the leading concert organists of our time, Kimberly Marshall is widely known for her rare combination of musical creativity and historical awareness. Recipient of a doctorate from the University of Oxford, this American artist regularly presents a wide range of styles including early music as well as works by Messiaen and Ligeti.

In Europe she has been invited to play concerts at Westminster Cathedral and St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, King’s College in Cambridge, Notre-Dame in Paris, Cathédrale in Chartres, Uppsala Cathedral, and the Dormition Abbey in Jerusalem, among others.

This concert is co-sponsored with the San Joaquin Valley Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

Also on the 2017-18 Keyboard Concerts calendar:

Keyboard Concerts also co-sponsors several special events during the year, in conjunction with the International Chamber Music Series:

Tickets for concerts in the Keyboard Concert Series are $25 general, $18 for seniors and $5 for students.

Parking is available in Lot 1 (corner of Shaw and Maple avenues). For ticket reservations, please call 278-2337.

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