COC: David Troiano

We have the pleasure of inviting you to a concert with the series of XXIII Cathedral Organ Concerts:

David Troiano / USA

July 20th, 2018, 7:15 PM
Assumption BVM Archcathedral Basilica in Białystok
tickets: 10 PLN, available at the cathedral before the concert

  • J.S. Bach (1685-1750): Preludium i fuga e-moll
  • W. Żeleński: Preludium nt. Kto się w opiekę
  • N. Bruhns (1665-1697): Preludium i fuga g-moll
  • J. Behnke: Kumbaya Variations
  • J. Alyward: Adore Te Devoto
  • G. Young (1919-1998): Toccata Pontifical
  • M. (1937-1999): Toccata i fuga
  • R. Hebble (ur. 1934): Two Palate Sketches from Utrillo
  • E. Titcomb (1884-1968): Salve Regina

Organist, conductor and lyrical tenor. He got his education in the field of vocalism at the Wayne State University, where he is currently an adjunct. He also studied in the class of the legendary organist Marilyn Mason at the University of Michigan and in the harpsichord class of Edward Parmentier.

His circle of interests includes Spanish music of the Baroque era and music of Latin America, especially Spanish-speaking. As a specialist in this field, he lectures and performs organ recitals (AGO Regional Meetings, Almeria – Spain, Tucson – USA).

Troiano is still looking for new organ sounds and has many premiere performances by composers from both Americas, including Armando Torres from Mexico, Gilbert Martin, Armando Bayola (Puerto Rico), Miguel Del Aguila (Uruguay).

He is also valued as a vocalist, especially for the exceptional beauty of the voice, as well as attention to performing details and the stage image. He has played in operas, operettas and oratories. He participates in many projects promoting vocal music, works in an association promoting comic opera, records albums, participates as a soloist in festivals and conferences, and performs numerous concerts. He gave concerts in the United States, Canada, Italy, Portugal, Mexico, Sweden and Norway, and toured Finland in a duo with the baroque violinist Tapani Yriola.

Currently, he is the music director at the St. Clare of Montefalco church in Grosse Pointe, Michigan.

complete schedule of the XXIII Cathedral Organ Concerts

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