LA: Acclaimed Organist Christoph Bull Live in Concert, Oct 4th

Christoph Autumn is on tour! his live concerts are during the 2023/2024 Season.
Each concert will start with a short/sweet/free lunchtime and it also has info about videos and recorded music.

“Christoph Bull likes to play organ music, rock music and rocking organ music.”

He improvised his first melodies on the piano at the age of five and gave his first organ recitals and rock concerts with a band at the age of twelve. He has concertized around the world, including Europe, Russia, India, Taiwan, China, Japan, El Salvador and many U.S. states. He’s performed at national and regional conventions of the American Guild of Organists and the Organ Historical Society.Bull recorded the first album featuring the organ at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, entitled First & Grand. His most recent album is Patrick Cassidy’s The Mass, released by Supertrain Records, which he performed on and co-produced during the quarantine at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, joining forces with the vocal ensemble Laude and Director David Harris.

His music has been broadcast on KCRW, on Classical KUSC and the Minnesota Public Radio program Pipedreams. He recorded the pipe organ parts for Ghostbusters and Transformers at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles. He also worked as organ consultant on Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report and recorded for Robin Williams’ last TV Show The Crazy Ones. He has performed with George Clinton and recorded with Bootsy Collins (both Parliament Funkadelic). Together with Lili Haydn and Satnam Ramgotra, he opened up for Cindy Lauper, and he’s also worked with Harry Connick Jr. on his first Christmas album. Discovery and Science Channels featured him in the first episode of How to build… everything. Read more here 

Wednesday, October 4, 2023, 1p to 1:30p
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 W Temple St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Christoph Bull Daytime Organ Program

Free admission with free parking validation at the recital inside the Cathedral

Gregorian Chant Improv, Richard Keys Biggs, Jacques Van Oortmerssen,  John Williams, César Franck