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Epsilon Spires

Lunchtime Pipe Organ Series: Ed Broms

Our first organ performance in 2024! Dubbed a "Renaissance Man" by The Boston Globe, multi-instrumentalist Ed Broms is equally at home on stage with Blue Man Group as in the choir loft, he draws on a multitude of influences to find unexpected harmonies between different cultures and traditions.

Lunchtime Pipe Organ Series: Ed Broms
Lunchtime Pipe Organ Series: Ed Broms

Time & Location

Mar 06, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Epsilon Spires, 190 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301, USA

About the Event

Musical Program:

"The Sacred Wheel" Compositions and Improvisations for Organ by Ed Broms

Veni

The Testimony of St. John the Baptist

Of the Father's Love

In Dulci Jubilo

Isfahan (Billy Stayhorn, Duke Ellington)

Wondrous Love

The King of Love

Out of the Depths

Adoro Te Devote

Birds of the Abyss (Olivier Messiaen)

In Paradisum

Blessed Relief (Frank Zappa)

Ascension

Vision of the Immortal Soul

Let Us Rejoice

Ed Broms has many years of experience in sacred music. Most notably he served as Music Director and Organist at the Episcopal Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston. During his time there, Ed performed major masterworks of Bach, Brahms, Britten, Handel, Fauré, Pergolesi and Duruflé, and weekly organ improvisations; as well as hosting both a jazz and classical recital series and producing the radio program Sundays at the Cathedral featuring live recordings from services. He founded three professional choral ensembles and commissioned, composed and premiered numerous pieces of music. After several years on the Piano Faculty and serving as Chair of the Jazz, Rock and Pop Department at South Shore Conservatory, he was later Organist at Convent Avenue Baptist Church in Harlem, NY where he was part of a dynamic and historic Gospel Music program featuring 6 choirs; and guest directed the Sanctuary Choir and the famous Men's Choir.  

Ed currently also works as the Accompanist Supervisor within the Voice Department at the Berklee College of Music in Boston where he oversees over 100 Professional and Student musicians.  Dubbed a "Renaissance Man" by The Boston Globe and described as a “Musician’s Musician” by colleagues, Broms is a mainstay of the music community in New England. He is a multi-instrumentalist (piano, pipe organ, Hammond organ, electric bass, voice, guitar, percussion) and active recording artist. Equally at home on stage with Blue Man Group and in the choir loft, Broms draws on a multitude of influences from "all times and all lands", finding unexpected harmonies between different cultures and traditions, and making extraordinary music no matter what instrument he finds at hand.

In order to make this program accessible for all, we are offering tickets by donation. Our Monthly Lunchtime Pipe Organ Concert Series is currently struggling financially to cover costs. Please consider making a donation to help us support the artists and be able to continue this series. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Enjoy the program and THANK YOU for your support!

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  • Lunchtime Pipe Organ: Ed Broms

    In order to make this program accessible for all, we are offering tickets by donation. Our Monthly Lunchtime Pipe Organ Concert Series is currently struggling financially to cover costs. Please consider making a donation to help us support the artists, maintain the organ and be able to continue this series. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Enjoy the program and THANK YOU for your support!

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