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 2010-05-03 - F CHAMPION - Cincinnati Museum - 19h30

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MessageSujet: 2010-05-03 - F CHAMPION - Cincinnati Museum - 19h30   Mar 13 Avr - 16:10

Frédéric Champion jouera sur le Skinner du Cincinnati Museum Center

3 mai à 19h30
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MessageSujet: Re: 2010-05-03 - F CHAMPION - Cincinnati Museum - 19h30   Jeu 1 Juil - 21:01

Frederic Champion with the College Conservatory of Music Men’s Chorus
Frederic Champion was winner of the 2008 Canadian International Organ Competition (CIOC) held in Montreal and has performed as a solo organist and with orchestras and choirs around the world. Recent performance venues include Chartres Cathedral (France), the Frauenkirche in Dresden (Germany), St. Thomas Church in Leipzig (Germany), Kawasaki Symphony Hall, Suntory Hall and Musashino bunka kaikan in Tokyo (Japan), and Symphony Hall in Osaka, Japan. Born in Lyon, France, Mr. Champion studied at the Conservatoire de Région in Lyon, at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris, and at the Centre d’Études Musicales Supérieures (CEMS) in Toulouse. Mr. Champion has been heard on Radio-France, Austrian radio stations and Japanese TV/Radio broadcasts. Several compositions have been dedicated to him.



About the E.M. Skinner Concert Organ
The grand E. M. Skinner Concert Pipe Organ is located in the Rotunda of Cincinnati Museum Center near the OMNIMAX Theater. The Rotunda has a reverberation time of approximately five seconds and has been described by Cincinnati Enquirer classical music critic Janelle Gelfand as "an ideal environment for organ."

The main organ was located through the Organ Historical Society and rescued from a church in Philadelphia. Members of the Crosley family and the Franciscan Health Care System provided the E.M. Skinner organ from the former Powel Crosley Jr. residence. Both E. M. Skinner organs were built in 1929, the year the Cincinnati Union Terminal began construction.

The organ is separated into "Divisions," with certain sets of pipes located in each and played mainly from one of the four keyboards or the pedal board. The divisions are hidden behind facades resembling ticket counters toward the back of the Rotunda. Solo, Great and Pedal divisions are located immediately to the left of the concourse, and Choir and Swell divisions immediately to the right. The yet-to-be-completed Antiphonal division will be located near the entrance to the Cincinnati History Museum. With the Antiphonal division, the organ will have over 4,000 pipes.

Cincinnati Museum Center plans to use the organ for periodic concerts and, eventually, for daily use as part of educational programs.

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