Concerts and Special Music


Concert Series and Special Services at Central Lutheran in Eugene





Friday, March 2, at 7.30 p.m.

Nathan Laube from Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York

Donation to FOOD FOR LANE COUNTY (suggested $10 per person, $20 per family)

Assistant Professor of Music at the Eastman School of Music since fall semester 2013, Nathan J. Laube has quickly earned a place among the organ world’s elite performers.  His brilliant playing and gracious demeanor have thrilled audiences and presenters across the United States and in Europe, and his creative programming of repertoire spanning five centuries, including his own virtuoso transcriptions of orchestral works, have earned high praise from critics and peers alike.

GRAMMY® Award-winning recording!

Mr. Laube’s recording of the Stephen Paulus Grand Concerto for Organ and Orchestrawith the Nashville Symphony was awarded a GRAMMY® for Best Classical Compendium at the 58th annual awards ceremony in February 2016.   The celebrated release on the Naxos label features Mr. Laube as concerto soloist with Maestro Giancarlo Guerrero conducting the Nashville Symphony in a compendium of works by Stephen Paulus.

SOUTH HADLEY, MA (OHS 2015 National Convention)

“Nathan Laube, once a “rising star,” is now an international star, and his consummate musicianship is justifiably celebrated worldwide. How fortunate we are that he just happens to be an organist, too.”

The Tracker, Vol. 59, No 4 2015


Sunday, May 6, 2018, at 4 p.m.

Thomas Gaynor from Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York

Winner of the St. Alban’s Organ Competition in England, 2017


Sunday, May 20, at 8:30 and 11 a.m. services

The Central Chorale, the Central Chamber Orchestra with Lindsey Henriksen Rodgers, Organ soloist and soloists, Carol Welch, Maya Osuga, Emma Lynn, Carly Walker, David Gustafson, Steve Rodgers, John Shield, Blake Hodgetts, and James Brown with Dr. A. ElRay Stewart-Cook, Conducting.  Presented in its original setting, within the Eucharist service.

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