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Organist Kyler Brown is founder/artistic director of The Virgin Consort and serves as director of music ministries/organist at the Church of St Jean Baptiste, NY, and adjunct organist at Columbia University. Previously he was music director/organist at the Church of St Mary the Virgin, as well as consultant for the restoration of their historic Æolian-Skinner Organ. Recent recordings of Great Organs of New York (Bischof & Vitacco Records) and Masterpieces from the Church of St Mary the Virgin (Gothic Records) have been hailed by critics. Kyler Brown made his 1992 Lincoln Center début conducting Handel’s Messiah and has presented recitals throughout the United States and Italy. He has conducted American premières of choral works by Lee Hoiby, Virgil Thomson, James Primosch and Jackson Hill. The Murray Harris/Wicks Organ (2000) at St Jean in this recording comprises four manuals, 122 stops and 81 ranks of pipes.

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