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42 S. Palmer Street

Foxburg, PA 16036

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Two phenomenal musicians, Edward Alan Moore (organ) and Nathan Carterette (piano) will join forces to play beloved compositions originally written for orchestra and piano and arranged for organ and piano – including the first movement from Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto and Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue”. This will be a concert not to be missed as these brilliant artists bring the breadth and power of major piano concertos to the intimacy of Lincoln Hall.

ARCA audiences will remember Nathan Carterette‘s sensitivity and virtuosic bravura in Foxburg performing a solo concert, “Poets of the Piano” and returning to collaborate with the River City Winds in ARCA’s 10th Anniversary concert. Hailed as “wonderfully poetic,”(Westfalen Post) and “very compelling in his power and presence” (International Composer), Nathan Carterette’s innovative programming has inspired audiences to approach unfamiliar music with open ears, and familiar music with new appreciation. Nathan has recorded the complete piano works of Korean composer, Quentin Kim, and performed Bach’s Goldberg Variations and selections from the Well Tempered Clavier for live audiences on WQED FM; the latter was released as fund raising CD for the station.

Edward Alan Moore is Organist/Music Director at the famed East Liberty Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, PA. Previously he was a member of the organ faculty at The Catholic University of America Benjamin T. Rome School of Music in Washington, DC, Director of Music Ministries at The Lewinsville Presbyterian Church in McLean, VA, and Minister of Music at National City Christian Church in Washington, DC. As a recitalist, Dr. Moore was the first organist chosen to perform on the Millennium Stage concert series at the Kennedy Center in 2004. Other recitals include those at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue in New York City, the Cathedral of Saint Philip in Atlanta, Princeton University Chapel, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, the Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, MI and at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine and the Riverside Church in New York City. He received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in organ performance from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester.

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