Talk Organs and Touring with Ed Maki-Schramm at the 2018 AGO Convention

Dear friends,

If you will be attending the National Convention of the American Guild of Organists in Kansas City, July 2-6, 2018, I will be there too and would love to meet you. If you haven't yet registered, it's not too late.

Please feel free to say hello and ask any questions that you might have about our tour to Paris next summer. If we miss each other, please feel free to send an email. The convention is a great way to fire up our passion for this instrument and repertoire, and Paris would be a great place to express all that we will have gleaned from the convention. Have a fabulous time in Kansas City and I hope to see you there!  

Cheers,

Ed

emakischramm@gmail.com


In July 2017, Dr. Ed Maki-Schramm led a group of organists on an amazing tour of Germany on a historic organ tour focused on the life of J.S. Bach. You can read all about the 2017 trip on our blog

In July 2019, Ed will be leading another trip specifically designed for organists—this time to Paris, France! Learn more about the tour on our 2019 Organ Tour of France webpage and, if you're ready to sign up, register on the Organ Tour Tripsite

About the Author

Ed Maki-Schramm

Edward Maki-Schramm is an organist, conductor and composer living in Detroit. He is the Organist/Choirmaster at Christ Church Detroit. He also serves as the Artistic Director/Conductor of the Community Chorus of Detroit. Dr. Maki-Schramm received his MMus and DMA from the University of Michigan studying with Professor James Kibbie and his BMus from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music. While a student, he was the first place winner at the Jean and Broadus Staley Organ Competition in Organ Improvisation, sponsored by the American Center for Church Music two years consecutively, 1994 and 1995. He was the organist chosen to perform for the 2005 Grammy Award winning recording of William Bolcom's "Songs of Innocence and Experience." In September 2004, Dr. Maki-Schramm made his European debut playing a recital at the Schlosskirche in Altenburg, Germany (the church of Johann Ludwig Krebs).

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