University Organist at Princeton, Eric Plutz has appeared at distinguished venues throughout the United States and in Europe. A review of one of his solo recordings exclaimed, "Plutz is a master craftsman . . . his performances are sensitive, emotional, stunningly accurate, and spectacularly musical . . . truly a world-class performance by a world-class musician" (The Diapason). To celebrate the sesquicentennial of Louis Vierne's birth, Plutz will present all six of the composer's symphonies on the Aeolian organ in a pair of recitals. This rare two-part event in Duke Chapel is not to be missed.
Admission is free and the concert will last about two hours. Event parking is available for $5 in the Bryan Center Parking Garage at 125 Science Drive; ADA parking is available in the Bryan Center Surface Lot at the same address.