Concert given at the 1983 OHS & AGO Convention
June 27, 1983 (a sweltering hot day!)
In this concert, Earl used the console elevator rising as he opened the concert.
Earl Miller (1946-1989) was the Music Director of the Parish of Christ Church, Andover; Chapel musician for the Brooks School, North Andover; Arts Columnist for the Lawrence Eagle-Tribune; and founding director of the Christ Church Collegium. A member of the Boston and Merrimack Chapters of the AGO, he is also active in the OHS as a writer, recitalist, and chairman of the Society’s Historical Organ Recital Series.
A collector of organ music from the Victorian-Edwardian period, Mr Miller has specialized in the performance of this literature, and each year presents recitals of this period throughout the US. He has also played recitals in Canada, England, Germany, and Switzerland. He has been heard in concert over NPR and has recorded for the AFKA and RAVEN labels.
1983 Recording Engineer: Charles Paquette