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JAMES DAVID CHRISTIE

James David Christie holds the distinction of being the first American to win first prize at the Bruges International Organ Competition in 1979, and was at the same time the first competitor to win both first prize and Audience Prize. He has served on juries in international competitions in the United States, Canada and France and has performed throughout the world at major festivals. A specialist in early music, he is the founder and director of Ensemble Abendmusik, a period instrument orchestra and chorus devoted to music of the seventeenth century. He is the organist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Distinguished Artist-in-Residence at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. Concert appearances include performances in Leipzig, Boston, New York, London, Baltimore, Tokyo and Paris and his recordings include collaboration with Seiji Ozawa, Christopher Hogwood, Robert Craft and Andrew Parrott, and a recording of the complete works of Dietrich Buxtehude.


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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
Art and Music: Rembrandt - Music of His Time Naxos
8.558118
Instrumental
Discover Music of the Baroque Era Naxos Educational
8.558160-61
Instrumental
SAINTS AND SINNERS - The Music of Medieval and Renaissance Europe [10 CD Boxed Set] Naxos
8.501067
Instrumental
SWEELINCK: Organ Works Naxos
8.550904
Instrumental
UNGER-HAMILTON, C.: Discover Music of the Baroque Era (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
NA495912
Instrumental
World of Early Music Naxos
8.554770-71
Instrumental

Role: Conductor 
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