Faber began her performance schedule in Berlin with two recitals on May 19 in the Spandau section at the Nicolaikirch. She performed a Muziek und Bezinnung (Music and Worship) recital, including Scripture readings, prayers and a brief homily, and a St. Johannes Stift Haug on a four-manual organ later in the day.
From Berlin, Faber is traveling to Wittenberg, where she will play at Castle Church on Pentecost, Monday, May 28.
On May 30, Faber will perform at Nicolaikirche (St. Nicolas Church) in Leipzig. The performance will be the third time she has performed in this church, which is one of the two primary J.S. Bach churches.
A final performance will take place on June 2, in Rotha, at Georgenkirche (St. George Church) where she will perform Bach and Baroque pieces as well as American pieces at the audience's request, on a historic Silbermann organ. Early reports have been made that the Generals-konsul of the USA in Leipzig is expected to attend this concert.
Written By: Phyllis Eberts
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