Apr 2, 2024

Anna Lapwood, Organ Recital

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Kari Schloner

Greetings, and welcome to Northrop! I’m delighted that you are joining us during the 2023-24 Northrop Season. In true Northrop fashion, this season brings a breadth of preeminent artists to the Twin Cities, offering audiences the chance to revisit long-time favorites, discover new gems, and even catch two world premieres of works that are part of the Northrop Centennial Commissions program. I hope you will explore everything we have to offer across dance, music, film, and this year’s Spotlight Series, Moving Through Injustice.

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Kari Schloner

Executive Director

Jeff Bieganek

Greetings and welcome to Northrop,

We are thrilled, honored, and grateful that you are joining us for this performance. Northrop presents some of the greatest dance and music performers from all around the world and has been doing so for almost 100 years! We are happy that you are a part of our community who supports this amazing work and helps us achieve our belief that the arts are essential to the human experience. We are committed to cultivating intersections between performing arts and education for the benefit of all participants now and for generations to come.  

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Jeff Bieganek

Northrop Advisory Board Chair

Duration: Approximately 95 minutes, with one 15-minute intermission

About The Recital

One of my favorite things is gazing at the stars on a clear night, imagining I can zoom in on individual stars and picture what might be happening up there. This program does the same thing in musical form, using my transcription of Hans Zimmer’s Interstellar soundtrack as a launchpad to zoom in on different musical responses to the night sky and the fantasy world we inhabit in our dreams. Along the way we explore the plethora of colors that the Northrop Aeolian-Skinner organ has to offer, from the softest flutes in Debussy’s Clair de Lune to the most earth-shattering fortissimo in Philip Glass’s Mad Rush. We also dip into some of Florence Price’s jazz-soaked organ music, masterpieces from Bach and Vierne, and one piece of musical storytelling from the young Armenian composer Kristina Arakelyan. –Anna Lapwood

First half: Approximately 33.5 minutes

Star Fantasy
(Kristina Arakelyan, b. 1994)

Mad Rush 
(Philip Glass, b. 1937)
Ave Maria
(J.S. Bach, 1685-1750) 
Arranged by Lapwood (b. 1995)
Cornfield Chase from Interstellar
(Hans Zimmer, b. 1957)
Arranged by Lapwood (b. 1995)

Four Sea Interludes: Dawn & Sunday Morning from Peter Grimes
(Benjamin Britten, 1913-1976)
Arranged by Lapwood (b. 1995)

The Bells of Notre Dame from The Hunchback of Notre Dame
(Alan Menken, b. 1972)
Arranged by Lapwood (b. 1995)



Second half: Approximately 38 minutes

Chevaliers de Sangreal from The Da Vinci Code
(Hans Zimmer, b. 1957)
Arranged by Anna Lapwood (b. 1995)

Stay from Interstellar
(Hans Zimmer, b. 1957)
Arranged by Anna Lapwood (b. 1995)
Limina Luminis
(Olivia Belli)

An Elf on a Moonbeam 
(Florence Price, 1887-1953)
Prelude & Fugue in A major BWV 536 
(J.S. Bach, 1685-1750) 

Clair de Lune 
(Debussy, 1862-1918)
Arranged byLapwood (b. 1995)

No Time for Caution from Interstellar 
(Hans Zimmer, b. 1957)
Arranged by Anna Lapwood (b. 1995)

Anna Lapwood

Anna Lapwood

Anna Lapwood MBE is an organist, conductor, and broadcaster, and holds the position of Director of Music at Pembroke College (Cambridge), Associate Artist of the Royal Albert Hall (London), and Artist in Association with the BBC Singers. In 2023 she was awarded the prestigious ‘Gamechanger’ Award from the Royal Philharmonic Society, and signed to SONY Classical as an exclusive recording artist. 

Having made her debut for the BBC Proms as a soloist in Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony with The Hallé conducted by Sir Mark Elder in 2021, Lapwood gave her Proms recital debut with her program Moon and Stars in July 2023. She regularly performs concertos with leading symphony orchestras and conductors, has guested at Classic FM Live, and collaborated with artists including Raye, Alison Balsom, Bonobo, and Benedict Cumberbatch. Highlights of 2023-24include concerts on the East and West Coasts of the United States including her recital debut at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

Lapwood’s debut solo organ album Images was released on Signum Records in 2021 and features her transcription for organ of Britten’s Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes. Three further albums with The Choirs of Pembroke College have also been released on Signum to great acclaim. Under Lapwood’s direction, the Choirs guested on To Shiver the Sky on Decca with multi-Grammy-winning composer, Christopher Tin, recorded at Abbey Road Studios. Signing exclusively to SONY in 2023, the relationship launched with an EP–Midnight Sessions at the Royal Albert Hall. She released her first album, on SONY Classical, LUNA, in September 2023 which went to number one and was the fastest selling classical album of the year. 

Making her TV presenting debut hosting coverage of BBC Young Musician, she went on to present a televised Prom from the Royal Albert Hall. In 2022, she served as Chair of the Jury for BBC Young Musician and an adjudicator for the televised Welsh choral competition, Côr Cymru. As a radio broadcaster, she is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4 alongside independent stations and has been featured in multiple global television and radio programs and podcasts.

Lapwood is a terrific protagonist for her instrument, the organ. She is a natural communicator and reaches a huge audience through her concerts and via social media with over 1 million followers across all platforms, amassing tens of millions of views in a short space of time. Lapwood’s passion for the organ is matched by her mission to support girls and women in music. She was the first female in Magdalen College Oxford’s 560-year history to be awarded the Organ Scholarship and since then has run regular organ workshops for young players around the country, hosted the Cambridge Organ Experience for Girls, and organized an annual 24-hour ‘Bachathon’ to raise money to support musicians in Zambia.

A strong advocate for music education at home and abroad, Lapwood is dedicated to bringing music to children of all backgrounds. Her commitment to equality and diversity is evident in almost every aspect of her life and work, and new music that she has commissioned features in her recitals across Europe and North America. Gregoriana - an anthology of 12 new organ pieces by female composers, curated and edited by Lapwood for Stainer & Bell - was awarded Presto Music’s Publication of the Year in 2022. Her own compositions are published by Boosey & Hawkes.

Having spent some years being encouraged to “play like a man,” Lapwood is proud and humbled to see so many adopt her hashtag #playlikeagirl.

Northrop Acknowledgments

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