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"Throughout the program Tarrant played with absolute authority, a fine ear for sonorities and, where called for, real panache."   Dallas Morning News, February 15, 2023


September 17, 7:00 p.m.
Alumni Chapel, Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Music at Mid-day
The Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Detroit
30 minute organ recitals offered on the second and fourth Fridays of the month at 12:30 p.m. Mr. Tarrant will play on
September 22
November 10

December 8
May 24
June 28 
His programs in this series will be devoted at the complete Leipzig Chorales of J.S. Bach.

October 2, 8:00 p.m.
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Mr. Tarrant plays Jehan Alain's Suite pour orgue in this program he shares with his faculty colleagues in the organ department at the University of Michigan.




Charles-Marie Widor: Symphonie VII,

Op. 42, No. 3   and

Lied--Gaston Litaize


Impromptu, Clair de lune,

and Toccata--

Louis Vierne

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from Gramophone Magazine, June, 2018:

"He {Tarrant} minimises the first movement’s episodic tendencies by treating the big chordal passages as signposts, while sculpting contrapuntal sequences in forward-moving arcs. He also brings more pliability to the second-movement Andantino agitato’s counterpoint, although you strain to hear the pianissimos without turning up the volume beforehand. The Allegretto has a fetching lilt and attractive linear independence; indeed, the pedal staccatos occasionally sound as though they were plucked. Tarrant shapes the fourth movement from an eagle-eyed, big picture perspective, with the long melodies in the foreground and the undulating accompaniment unfolding in fluid paragraphs."

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