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Erik Wm. Suter has a unique story as a professional performing musician. His passion for the keyboard as well as for flying has led him down an unusual but exceedingly successful career path. At the age of 28, he was named Organist of Washington National Cathedral. Leaving full-time church work, he pursued professional aviation and is now an airline pilot in addition to maintaining a busy concert career.   MORE »

Upcoming

In the coming year, several all-Bach programs are being prepared. In addition, a particularly exciting event is the dedicatory performance on the new Taylor and Boody organ in Keswick, Virginia on Easter Day. A return to more piano performances is in the works as well, featuring Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2.

» Please see Erik’s CALENDAR for details.

 

Of Interest

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Erik Wm. Suter writes for Organists’ Review
about the landmark installation of the
Dobson-built Miller-Scott Organ
at St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue
in New York City.

Recent Press

AIR WISCONSIN PILOT BALANCES FLIGHT, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
~ John Perkinson  |  Air Line Pilot Magazine
 
 

Audio Sample

Maurice Duruflé |
from Suite pour Orgue, Op. 5