Harpsichordist/Organist Arthur Omura Performs Online from Walnut Creek

Saturday, November 28, 2020, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

When:  Saturday, November 28, 7pm
Where: ONLINE - broadcast from 1924 Trinity Avenue, Walnut Creek, CA  94596
Optional Donation upon ticketing/registration: average $20, Students $10 (all are welcome regardless of donation).  

 

St. Paul’s Concert Series is excited to present Harpsichordist/ Organist Arthur Omura in a solo performance broadcast live from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Saturday, November 28 at 7pm. This live performance will be broadcast online.  To register for tickets and receive the live link, click here Arthur Omura Concert Registration.

Arthur Omura is a specialist in historical keyboard instruments based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He studied with Charles Rus in San Francisco, and with Dr. Lucinda Carver at the University of Southern California. He has performed at the Boston and Berkeley Early Music festivals and given numerous performances in Los Angeles and the Bay Area. He has worked with MicroFest, wildUp, iPalpiti, Les Surprises Baroques, Musica Angelica, and the American Bach Soloists. Omura has collaborated on several recordings, most recently on "Kontrapunktus", a collection of new music by composer Mark Moya written in a Baroque idiom. His interest in instrument making and organology led him to work with harpsichord builder Curtis Berak, whom he has assisted in restoring several instruments, and with organ builder Manuel Rosales. Omura is the director of music at Grace Episcopal Church in Martinez, California.  

After the performance, Mr. Omura will dialog with our audience through comments submitted from the online chat.

This performance is being broadcast online; our in-person performances at St. Paul's have been postponed until it is safe to congregate again.  Attending this event is free-donation entry, but please donate to support our performing artists!

Located in downtown Walnut Creek, the St. Paul’s Concert Series offers monthly world-class performances to the local community for an affordable, donation-based cost.  Average donations are $20/$10 students. All are welcome, regardless of donation.