Welcome to the webpage of Tom Fielding! I am glad that you have chosen to find out more about my work as an organist and composer and it is a delight to be able to share my work with you! If you have any questions about any of the contents of these pages, please feel free to contact me using that section of this webpage. I am always happy to discuss the possibilities of recitals and commissions with you in addition to the availability of my works for performance in church and concert hall.
I am pleased to have been chosen to offer a solo recital this coming October at St. Paul Cathedral, St. Paul, MN for the Church Music Association of America national conference. The Inspiration of Chant: Movements Old and New will include my own Christus Vincit: Toccata for Organ, Pange Lingua by Nicholas de Grigny and the complete Symphonie Romane by Charles-Marie Widor. The preliminary conference itinerary may be found at http://musicasacra.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Liturgical_Renewal_Preliminary_Conference_Schedule.pdf
I have been busy this spring updating the recordings and scores tabs of this webpage. New to the Recordings tab are my recordings of the Symphonie Romane, the Triosonate III of J. S. Bach and the "Adagio" from the third organ Symphonie by Louis Vierne. New to the scores tab is my revision of an older anthem of mine, O Sacrum Convivium for SATB chorus, Baritone solo and organ. Composed in 2004 while I was a student at Indiana University, the piece sadly has no performance history. I am planning to program this work during the upcoming season of the St. Augustine Cathedral choir; however, I am happy to make it available before this premiere. Perhaps your own choir could have the great joy of premiering this piece!
The four concert series celebrating the 10th anniversary of the St. Augustine Cathedral Nichols & Simpson organ has drawn to a close. I'm pleased to announce that the success of this series allows us to form the Sacred Music at the Cathedral concert series that will run from September through April of this coming year. More details will be forthcoming, but the series will include solo organ recitals by myself and Scott Montgomery, a concert by Kalamazoo's own Early Music Michigan and a Palm Sunday concert featuring the Pergolesi Stabat Mater along with other pieces. More information about the Cathedral's exceptional organ can be found at http://database.organsociety.org/SingleOrganDetails.php?OrganID=22786.
Finally, I have many more video recordings available on my YouTube channel. Just search "Thomas Fielding" on http://www.YouTube.com.and you will have access to these.
Thanks, again, for checking out my work and please feel free to email me with your questions or comments. Cheers!
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