Isabelle Demers at the organ is a force of nature—a “fearless and extraordinary” (Amarillo-Globe News) musician to whom La Presse, Montreal attributed “vehement virtuosity.” Enrapturing critics, presenters, and audiences around the globe with her entrancing performances and engaging wit—Demers has been known to leave listeners with “Demers fever” (The American Organist). Her must-hear performance on Northop’s historic Aeolian-Skinner Opus 892 pipe organ will feature transcriptions centered on themes of dance including works by Bach, Mozart, and Stravinsky.
“There is no shortage of organists who make their instruments roar; and while her power was never in question, Demers made the instrument sing.” —ClassicalSource.com
“In the Stravinsky [Firebird Suite], there were almost as many registrations and manual changes as notes. All executed from memory. Breathtaking” —Dallas Morning News
“The phenomenal French-Canadian organist Isabelle … Demers’ playing amounted to unalloyed musical joy.” —CleavelandClassical.com
“All played with bracing virtuosity” —Chicago Classical Review