An accomplished pianist, organist and carilloneur, Timothy Zerlang will be familiar to old-timers in the Fremont Symphony family, as he served as the Symphony’s Executive Director from 1992 to 1998. During that time he also performed two outstanding benefit recitals for the Symphony.
Currently Director of Music and organist at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in San Francisco, Zerlang also teaches piano and carillon at Stanford and is the University’s carillonneur. He will perform on the antique Spanish organ at Old Mission San Jose and on their beautiful concert grand piano.
Presented by the Fremont Symphony Guild, the recital is a benefit for the Fremont Symphony Orchestra.
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Fremont Symphony Orchestra
Currently in its 49th season, the fully professional Fremont Symphony Orchestra continues to provide high quality musical performances, youth education and cultural outreach programs in Fremont and neighboring communities such as Newark, Milpitas, Union City and Hayward. The Symphony also draws audiences from the regions of northern Alameda County and central Contra Costa and as far west as Palo Alto and the Peninsula. The Fremont Symphony Orchestra is a publicly held 501(c)(3) non profit organization.