Share the excitement of dazzling performances from three talented graduate students of the Eastman School of Music.
A native of Croatia, Ivan Bosnar studies organ performance with Prof. Nathan Laube and improvisation with Prof. Edoardo Bellotti. He won First Prize at the Croatian Organ Student Competition in 2009 and has served as an organist at the St. Peter’s Church in Zagreb and at the St. Mary’s church in Zapreŝić, Croatia.
Amanda Mole is a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate studying with Prof. David Higgs. In 2011, she graduated from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music and the School of Music with a Master of Music degree in Organ Performance and Sacred Music. Amanda is the first-place and audience prize winner of the 2016 Miami International Organ Competition, and the first-place winner of the 2014 Arthur Poister Organ Competition, the 2014 John Rodland Memorial Organ Competition, and the 2014 Peter B. Knock Award.
Caroline Robinson is a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate studying with Prof. David Higgs. A Fulbright scholar, Caroline spent the 2013-14 school year in Toulouse, France, where she studied at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional under Michel Bouvard and Jan Willem Jansen (organ), as well as Yasuko Bouvard (harpsichord). Caroline is the First Prize winner of the 11th Annual Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival (2008) and in the Tenth Annual West Chester University Organ Competition (2010).
The artists will showcase their amazing talent on the four-manual 120-rank Goulding & Wood organ at East Liberty Presbyterian Church.
Presented in cooperation with Cathedral Concerts at East Liberty Presbyterian Church.
General admission $12.
Student free with valid ID.
East Liberty Presbyterian Church
116 South Highland Avenue
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15206-3911