All Faiths Chapel seats just fewer than 500 people. The chapel was designed to achieve proper acoustical balance for solo instruments and string quartets while assuring sufficient resonance for organ music. In 1961, a 40-rank pipe organ was installed.
Concert organist Janet Kraybill will present a recital at All Faiths Chapel on the campus of Kansas State University on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Kraybill is an internationally recognized concert artist, having performed at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, as well as venues in South Korea, Russia, Germany, and Poland. Kraybill received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music education and piano performance at KSU. The recital is free and open to the public.
Silent film accompaniment.
Student recital series, from the K-State Organ Studio
Students of Patricia Thompson.
Johnson will be playing the Franz Liszt Transcendental Etudes, including a Victor Hugo poem set to music which will be sung by soprano and KSU music professor Amy Rosine Underwood.
Free, but donations are appreciated. CDs are available.
Flautistry provided by Karen Large.
Piano music provided by Slawomir Dobrzanski
Presenting organist Brett Wolgast.
The featured works on this concert will be Mass in G by Franz Schubert, “Sing a Mighty Song” by Daniel Gawthrop, “The Ground” by Ola Gjeilo, and “Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal,” arr. by Alice Parker/Robert Shaw. There is no admission charge, but donations to help defray expenses of the performance are welcome.