David Palmer

Christmas theme to organ performances

Music professor emeritus David Palmer will present a selection of seasonal music when he takes to the pipe organ in All Saints’ Anglican Church for performances over lunch the next three Tuesdays.

“Christmas in the Square” runs 12:10 to 12:45 p.m. December 2, 9 and 16. Listeners are invited to bring their lunches.

All Saints’ Church is located at 330 City Hall Square West. Admission is by donation, with proceeds to benefit the church.

Concert promises something for everyone

Music professor emeritus David Palmer presents a program that promises “Something for Everyone” when he takes to the organ at All Saints’ Anglican Church for a performance Wednesday, May 29, at 7 p.m.

“My selections will feature composers whose anniversaries fall in 2013, a brilliant Canadian composer and then composers who see treat the organ with humour and whimsy,” says Palmer.

Sing-along concert to raise organ donation awareness

A trio of music professors will join a UWindsor grad for a concert and sing-along at Windsor’s All Saints’ Church, Sunday, December 16. The event will raise money for organ donation awareness.

Pianist Gregory Butler and organist David Palmer have been asked for several years to put on a special Christmas performance but have never had time until now.

“Not only have we found the time to do this, but All Saints’ has graciously provided the space,” Dr. Butler posted on the website of sponsor Sport Fest Windsor.

Recital to feature music faculty trio

Three members of the School of Music faculty—flutist Jaimie Wagner, clarinetist Trevor Pittman and pianist David Palmer—will join in recital this Sunday.

Composer Chris Ledroit’s A step without feet, a new work for clarinet, flute and electronics, is the centrepiece of the program, which also features some lively trios and two large solo works for clarinet and flute.