Royal Canadian College of Organists, Calgary Centre

Promoting the Organ Community in Southern Alberta

Royal Canadian College of Organists


Silent Movie - Phantom Of The Opera

with G.H.O.S.T. (Great Hallowe’en Organ SpookTacular) Preshow - 7:30 p.m.
$20 general admission, $10 teens 13-18, children 12 and under free!
Tickets at the door or Online.
Cash, credit or debit.
Knox United Church
506 - 4 St SW, Calgary, AB

See this classic 1925 horror film starring Lon Chaney - with live organ accompaniment!
Wear your costume!

Featuring Ed Norman, Organ
Ed Norman

Edward Norman studied at the Royal College of Music, London, principally under Harold Darke, winning the Haigh Prize for organ performance. He later continued studies with Hugh MacLean at the University of British Columbia. Some years later he - in turn - became Organ Instructor at UBC, and at Trinity Western University. For many years he was organist for the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. As a recitalist he has appeared widely in Canada and has performed frequently in the USA, including the 2010 Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC. He has played in Poland, Germany and at Cambridge University (Fitzwilliam College). He has appeared in the Vancouver International Festival, and the Janácek Festival in Tokyo with the YNSO. Again with the YNSO, he performed the Saint-Saën’s Organ Symphony under the direction of Claus Peter Flor. He has been heard frequently on CBC radio as a recitalist, continuo player and accompanist.
Mr. Norman has held major church music positions in North America including St. John’s Church, Vancouver (formerly St. John’s Anglican Church, Shaughnessy), First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh, St. George’s Cathedral, Kingston, Ontario (2005-2009) and St. Michael’s Church, Charleston SC. Edward has been featured recently at Holy Rosary Cathedral’s concert series and Ryerson United Church’s “Sundays at Three” recitals.

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