David Wagner - Concert Organist
Prelude and Fugue in C Major
by George Bohm 1661-1733
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David Wagner is a concert organist who has performed throughout the United States, in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France, Hungary and in Russia.   He holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Michigan where he studied with Marilyn Mason. In addition to his work as a solo performer, Wagner has also been organist and harpsichordist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Wagner is the recipient of the Palmer Christian award from the University of  Michigan School of Music, for postdoctoral achievement in the field of music performance, and the Arts Achievement Award from Wayne State University.   

 " .........a great choice and a sought-after performer recitalist, he delighted the crowd with four centuries of organ music and his commentary."                   

The Diapason Magazine     March 2013

“A lavish technique and a stunning performer”            

The Detroit Free Press

“ Artistry and musicianship combine for an unforgettable experience”
      The Birmingham Eccentric

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