Organ recital
including Symphonic Bach and Handel

Grammy-winning organist Paul Jacobs returns to Northrop in a solo recital showcasing his expressive playing talents as well as the symphonic possibilities of works by Bach and Handel, and the historic Aeolian-Skinner Opus 892 pipe organ. Jacobs thrilled Northrop audiences with the debut of a co-commissioned piece in 2018 when he appeared with the Minnesota Orchestra for an inaugural performance celebrating the restoration of the organ.

This event will be captioned, with other accessibility services available upon request.


"[Paul Jacobs] is not only astounding in his technique, musicality and interpretive insight, he's as graceful as the ballet dancers who once wafted across the Northrop stage (and, if all goes well, soon will again)." — Rob Hubbard, Star Tribune

"During these anxious times, the music of George Frideric Handel offers consolation and hope." In this article for the The Wall Street Journal, Paul Jacobs explains how we can, "experience—online—the full splendor of Handel’s genius." 

From the Director of Programming

Those of you who attended the rededication of Northrop’s Aeolian Skinner Organ in 2018 will remember the virtuosity and personality of Paul Jacobs who appeared with the Minnesota Orchestra on that concert. By popular demand we’re bringing him back for a solo recital on Apr 13. His program will delve deeply into Symphonic Bach. As someone who has played our organ before, Jacobs is also interested in the particular sonority of the Northrop Organ and may add some additional music to the program to highlight our glorious instrument.

Program Notes

Kari Schloner

Greetings, and thank you so much for joining us for Paul Jacob’s first solo pipe organ concert at Northrop!

Some of you may remember the first time Paul Jacobs was here, when he joined the Minnesota Orchestra under the direction of Music Director  Osmo Vänskä for a pair of concerts in 2018 to inaugurate Northrop’s newly refurbished Aeolian Skinner pipe organ. Those concerts live very vividly in my memory and often come up when I’m asked about my favorite Northrop moments. Those of you who were here probably recall that the organ was featured in that program during the world premiere of John Harbison’s piece What Do We Make of Bach?, commissioned by Northrop, the Minnesota Orchestra, and the Seattle Symphony. Many of us were left wanting to hear more from the pipe organ, and Paul Jacobs certainly obliged by treating us to an off-program encore performance of Bach's Fugue in A Minor BWV 543. This piece joyously and dramatically showcased the organ and filled my soul to overflowing so that it spilled out into a standing ovation alongside everyone in the theater that night.

We have been almost entirely deprived of live music for over a year now. This program offered by Paul Jacobs will delve into Symphonic Bach, and is sure to fill the parts of us that have been empty for too long, connecting us back to deep emotions that are uniquely human. I am so pleased to share that experience with those of you in the theater as well as those of you watching from home.

Thank you for joining me. I am especially grateful to our subscribers and donors. Now more than ever before, it is your active involvement that will ensure Northrop can continue bringing world-class artists and performances to Twin Cities audiences and beyond – now and for generations to come. Please take a moment to check out the full list of upcoming events here, and enjoy the evening!


Kari Schloner
Director of Northrop

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Paul Jacobs

Heralded as “one of the major musicians of our time” by Alex Ross of The New Yorker and as “America’s leading organ performer” by The Economist, the internationally celebrated organist Paul Jacobs combines a probing intellect and extraordinary technical mastery with an unusually large repertoire, both old and new. He has performed to great critical acclaim on five continents and in each of the fifty United States. The only organist ever to have won a Grammy Award—in 2011 for Messiaen’s towering Livre du Saint-Sacrément—Mr. Jacobs is an eloquent champion of his instrument both in the United States and abroad.

Mr. Jacobs has transfixed audiences, colleagues, and critics alike with landmark performances of the complete works for solo organ by J.S. Bach and Messiaen. He made musical history at age 23 when he gave an 18-hour marathon performance of Bach’s complete organ works on the 250th anniversary of the composer’s death. A fierce advocate of new music, Mr. Jacobs has premiered works by Samuel Adler, Mason Bates, Michael Daugherty, Bernd Richard Deutsch, John Harbison, Wayne Oquin, Stephen Paulus, Christopher Theofanidis, and Christopher Rouse, among others. As a teacher he has also been a vocal proponent of the redeeming nature of traditional and contemporary classical music.

No other organist is repeatedly invited as soloist to perform with prestigious orchestras, thus making him a pioneer in the movement for the revival of symphonic music featuring the organ. Mr. Jacobs regularly appears with the Chicago Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Edmonton Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, Montreal Symphony, Nashville Symphony, National Symphony Orchestra, Pacific Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Toledo Symphony, and Utah Symphony, among others.

During the 2020-21 season Mr. Jacobs performs with the Philadelphia Orchestra led by Yannick Nezet-Seguin for their digital streaming series including the Poulenc Organ Concerto, as well as chamber versions of Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 and Das Lied von der Erde; with the Cleveland Orchestra and Franz Welser-Most for the Poulenc Concerto, and the Jackson (TN) Symphony.  He appears in recitals with the Madison Symphony, Northrup Auditorium at the University of Minnesota, and in Sun City, AZ.

Highlights of Mr. Jacobs’ 2019-20 season included performances of Michael Daugherty’s Once Upon a Castle with the Philadelphia Orchestra and Kansas City Symphony; performances and recording with Giancarlo Guerrero and the Nashville Symphony, as well as recitals for the San Francisco Symphony, Spivey Hall, and in Dallas, Houston, Greenville, SC and more.

Mr. Jacobs studied at the Curtis Institute of Music, double-majoring with John Weaver for organ and Lionel Party for harpsichord, and at Yale University with Thomas Murray. He joined the faculty of The Juilliard School in 2003, and was named chairman of the organ department in 2004, one of the youngest faculty appointees in the school’s history. He received Juilliard’s prestigious William Schuman Scholar’s Chair in 2007. In addition to his concert and teaching appearances, Mr. Jacobs is a frequent performer at festivals across the world, and has appeared on American Public Media’s Performance Today, Pipedreams, and Saint Paul Sunday, as well as NPR’s Morning Edition, ABC-TV’s World News Tonight, and BBC Radio 3. In 2017 he received an honorary doctorate from Washington and Jefferson College.

Concerto in D Minor after Vivaldi, BWV 596
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
   I. Allegro
  II. Largo e spiccato
 III. Allegro)

Organ Concerto in B-flat Major, Op. 4, No. 2
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)
   I. A tempo ordinario e staccato
  II. Allegro
  III. Adagio e staccato
  IV. Allegro ma non presto

Air, BWV 1068
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Organ Concerto in G Minor, Op. 4, No. 3
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)
   I. Adagio
  II. Allegro
  III. Adagio
  IV. Allegro (Gavotte)

Arioso, BWV 156
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Organ Concerto in F Major, Op. 4, No. 4
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)
   I. Allegro
  II Adagio
  III. Allegro

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We gratefully acknowledge the support from, Arts Midwest Touring Fund, Minnesota State Arts Board, National Endowment for the Arts, and New England Foundation for the Arts. 

We extend a special thank you to our event sponsors PNC Bank, RBC Wealth Management, and HGA.

Director's Circle


  • David and Naomi Balto 


  • Drs. Robert Bruininks and Susan Hagstrum
  • Curtis L Carlson Family Foundation 
  • Robert Lunieski


  • Ellie Crosby, The Longview and Crosswols Foundations
  • Susan DeNuccio
  • Nancy Gossell
  • Richard Gregory
  • Marbrook Foundation
  • Jennifer Marrone and David Short
  • Gary A. Reetz
  • Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation
  • Dr. Darlene Sholtis and Dr. Heino Beckmann


  • Jerry Artz
  • Gail and Stuart Hanson
  • Karen Hanson and Dennis Senchuk
  • Randy Hartten and Ron Lotz
  • Shawn Monaghan and Greg Plotnikoff
  • Thomas and Conchy Morgan, In Memory of Sylvia and Henry Frisch 
  • Sandy Morris
  • RBC Wealth Management
  • Scarborough Fair Boutique
  • Sally and Kenneth Spence
  • Donald Williams and Pamela Neuenfeldt

Friend's Circle


  • Anonymous
  • Karen Bachman
  • Frederick L. Betz, In Memory of James and Maren Stocke
  • Jeff Bieganek
  • Kurt and Susan Bjorklund, Dedicated to Silas and Victoria Ford
  • James Callahan
  • Deb Cran and Bob Craven
  • Bruce and Judith Hadler
  • Minhchau and Lawrence Harms
  • Dana and Lori Klimp
  • Gail and Jack Kochie
  • Sally and Richard Leider
  • Glenn Lindsey
  • Bob and Susanna McMaster
  • Lance Olson
  • Cory and Elizabeth Padesky
  • Kathryn Sedo and Scott Beers


  • Jeanne Andre
  • Kathryn Cahill, In Honor of Ferne Rowland
  • Rob Carlson and Gregg Larson
  • John and Nancy Conlin
  • Jay and Page Cowles
  • Will and Ginny Craig
  • Fran Davis
  • Stephen Davis and L Murray Thomas
  • John and Mary Jean deRosier
  • George Ehrenberg
  • Bob and Nancy Erickson
  • Pat Gaarder
  • Jo-Ida Hansen
  • Denise and Corey Holtz
  • Tammylynne Jonas
  • Brian Lammers and Emily Knox
  • Barbara and Jeffrey Land
  • David and Leni Moore Family Foundation
  • Mark and Cecilia Morrow
  • Rebekah Nagler
  • Derrill Pankow
  • David and Kathleen Rothenberger
  • Gordon Rouse and Sylvia Beach
  • Catharine Ruther and David Vanney
  • Dale Schatzlein and Emily Maltz Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation
  • Judith Rohde
  • Bonnie and Craig Sommerville
  • Richard Taylor
  • TCF Foundation
  • Jon Thomas
  • John Van Bogart
  • Michael Weinbeck
  • Mark and Carol Weitz
  • John and Kelly Wheaton
  • Mark Wright and Elizabeth Walton


  • Anonymous
  • Margaret Albrecht
  • Greg and Ann Allen
  • Ruth Alliband
  • Marcia Anderson
  • Janice Apple
  • Alexandra Beaumont
  • Mary Benson
  • Sharon Bigot
  • Mark Bohnhorst and Mary Wahlstrand
  • R. and J. Cameron
  • Mark and Karena Casey
  • Robert Dufault and Ann Wilcox
  • Kristin Elizondo
  • Marcia and Berkan Endres
  • Lorinda Fraboni
  • Richard Gwynne
  • William Hartup
  • Gayle Hjellming
  • Deborah Hennrikus
  • Candice Hern
  • Jan and Lance Johnson
  • Janet Johnson
  • Jennifer and Mark Johnson
  • Warren and Patricia Kelly
  • Sharon Knopp
  • Miriam Kowarski
  • Daniel and Dianne Latham
  • Laura Lentz Landstad
  • Joan Liaschenko
  • Elise Linehan
  • Candy Lord
  • Holly MacDonald
  • Nancy MacGibbon
  • Carrie Madison
  • Kenneth and Judith Matysik
  • George and Orla McClure
  • Howard Mooers and Kathleen Jones
  • Gordon Mosser
  • Gwen and Mason Myers
  • Shannon Nemer
  • Timothy Palmer
  • Elizabeth Parker
  • David Perlman
  • Ann Piotrowski
  • Holly Radis-McCluskey and Glen McCluskey
  • John Reay
  • Mary Roberts and Edward Kraft
  • Phyllis Saltzman
  • Julia Sand
  • Buddy Scoggins and Kelly Schroeder
  • Carol Skinner
  • John and Susan Steffen
  • Cindy Tong and Robert Denison
  • Cheryl Wall
  • Roger Worm
  • Lin Wyrick


  • Melissa Albachten
  • Louise Anderson
  • Linda Z Andrews
  • Conrado Aparicio-Badenas
  • Barbara Ashley
  • Rebecca Biderman and David Fraher
  • Amy Briggs
  • Jessica Briggs
  • Nancy Brown
  • David Burton
  • Sharane Calabresa
  • Karen Charles
  • Troy Couillard
  • Cynthia Crawford
  • Dee Ann and Kent Crossley
  • Virginia Dale
  • Catherine Day
  • Christy Dobbratz
  • Richard Duncan
  • Christina and Jacob Dunn
  • William Durfee and Devorah Goldstein
  • Stephen Elde and Amy Funk
  • Susan Engel
  • Terry Farley
  • Mark Gilberstadt 
  • Magee Glenn Burns
  • Michelle Golden
  • Pamela and Robert Goldman
  • Annalee Gray
  • Birgit Grund
  • David and Julie Hartung
  • Nancy and Richard Haskin
  • Polina Hektner
  • Annemarie Herrlich
  • Patricia Herrmann
  • Christina Herzog
  • Jay Huang
  • Debra Hughes
  • Glenda and Hugh Huston
  • Kimberly Hutchens
  • Edward and Julie Idzorek
  • Ramona Jacobs and Charles Christianson
  • Ann Jaede
  • Jeralyn Jargo
  • Helen and David Jensen
  • Robert Johns and Linda Hennum
  • Micki and Neil Kay
  • Kelly Kemp
  • Karen Kirby
  • Randy Kish
  • Kate Kleckner
  • Christina Kraft and Nelson Capes
  • Frank Lambert
  • Laura Beth Landy
  • Eric Larson
  • Alan and Peggy Lathrop
  • Gabrielle Lawrence and Don Postema
  • Ross and Sally Legrand
  • Douglas and Elisabeth Lewis
  • Barbara Lind and Craig Poeschl
  • Kimberley MacLennan
  • Holly Manning
  • Candice and Gerald Matykowski
  • Anne and Michael McInerney
  • Mary Ann McKenna
  • Elizabeth Messina
  • M Valeriana Moeller
  • Margaret Moutvic-Wasz
  • David Musolf
  • Jennifer and Jonathan Nelson
  • Rebecca Ness
  • Aaron Nesser
  • Kathryn Nettleman
  • Gene-Hua Ng
  • Ava and David Nielsen
  • Jenine Nordquist
  • Denis O’Pray
  • Donald Ofstedal
  • Field and Cynthia Olson
  • Barbara Owens
  • David Pace
  • Ann and Bill Parker
  • David and Mary Parker
  • Claudia Poser
  • Joe and Pat Pulice
  • Jacob Rabinowitz
  • Debra Reischl
  • Gail and Joel Roberts
  • Greta Blinn Rudolph
  • Charles and Jeanne Scheiderer
  • Jessica Schroeder
  • Thomas Scott
  • Doris Seely
  • Dan Sheehan
  • Rebecca and John Shockley
  • Kari Schloner
  • Jan and Alan Sickbert
  • Mary Skelley
  • Roger Snyder
  • Jennifer Song
  • Patricia Stankovich
  • Cynthia Stone
  • Lynn Strehlow
  • Betsy Sylvester
  • Rodney and Carol Thompson
  • Barbara and Keith Thorkelson
  • Susan Travis
  • Ertugrul and Karen Owens Tuzcu
  • Patti Wales
  • Melinda Ward
  • Cathy Westrum and Annelynn Westrum
  • Laura Wilson
  • Monica Winker-Bergstrom
  • Millie Woodbury
  • Kristine Wright
  • Anna Yurchenko
  • Michael Zimmerman
  • Margaret Zoerhoff

Up to $99

  • Joyce Albers
  • Arthur and Charlet Allen
  • Eric Anderson
  • Jean Anderson
  • Sarah Anthony
  • Gail Armbrust
  • Michael Austin
  • Habiby Aydin
  • Veronika Bachanova
  • Todd Barton
  • Austin Beatty
  • Betty Biernat and JC Paulet
  • Michael Blomberg
  • Angella Boettcher
  • Jason Borah
  • Mary Boyer
  • Reginald and Susan Boyle
  • Philip Briggs
  • Clifford Brody
  • Justin Burke
  • Thomas Cabaniss
  • Mary Campbell
  • Deborah Carlson
  • Kate Carson
  • JaNan Cavaaugh
  • Oscar Chamberlain
  • Paula Chase
  • Mary Ann and Stephen Chicoine
  • Fay Chang
  • Karen Charles
  • Deborah Clendenning
  • Janet Conn
  • Beverly Connolly
  • Jeanne and David Cornish
  • Charlotte Curry
  • Neal Cuthbert and Louise Robinson
  • Emily Dail
  • Sandra Daly
  • Andre Delattre
  • Sher DeMeter
  • Soleil Des Lauriers
  • Dana Dimit
  • Byron Douglass
  • Mary Doyscher
  • Nancy Duffy
  • Alisa Eland
  • Susan Elsner
  • Robert Ferguson and Carol Swenson
  • Salvatore Franco
  • Judith Franklin
  • Wendy Friede
  • Kirk Froggart
  • Frieda Gardner
  • Katherine Gibney
  • John and Joanne Gordon
  • Nancy Gossen
  • Michael Green and Jane Powers
  • Jane Greenberg
  • Urbae Hall
  • Marcia Hammond
  • Amy Handelsman
  • Marylee Hardenbergh
  • Jean Haskell
  • Jim Hartmann and Michelle Miles
  • Cari Hatcher
  • Joyce and Eugene Haselmann
  • Patrick and Kimberley Higgins
  • John Hofstede
  • Kurt Hollender
  • Michael Hull
  • Jay Jaffee and Wendy Friede
  • Karen Jeanette
  • Yin Jiang and Xiaoping Guo
  • Kenyon Johanson
  • Robert Johnson
  • Karen and Barry Johnson
  • Bill Jones
  • Jonathan Junker
  • Aseem Kaul
  • Milo Kim
  • Martin Kokes
  • Farhad Kosari
  • Connie Kuhn
  • Arnold Kvam
  • Roberta Lamps
  • Rose Mary and William Larson
  • Linda Leamer
  • Erik Lee
  • Reka Leeaphon
  • Patricia Lefebvre
  • Kathryn LeFevere
  • Elizabeth Ler
  • Suzanne Levi
  • Michelle and Kevin Lian-Anderson
  • Kristine Loh
  • Dianne and Don MacLennan
  • Kyle Maltz
  • Zarah Mamun
  • Kathryn Manger
  • Judy Marcouiller
  • Susan McNamara
  • Alexandra Mentes
  • Margaret Michaelson
  • Timothy and Mary Miley
  • Eric Molho
  • Karen Moon
  • Daniel Moore
  • James Moore
  • Ayaka Moriyama
  • Nadia Muhamad Rashid
  • Chuck Munro
  • Shinji Muro
  • Lisa Murray
  • Amy Nelson Sander
  • Lloyd Nestrud
  • Jennifer and William Neujahr
  • Libby Nickel
  • Nina Norum
  • James and Sarah Novotny
  • Sandra Olson
  • Lynn O’Neal
  • John Opsahl
  • Nicolas Paredes Sepulveda
  • Judith Parr
  • Matthew Peak
  • Christina Peterson
  • Cathy Poff
  • Claudia Poser and Ronald Ofstead
  • James Potter
  • Nancy Price
  • Bridget Reddan
  • Mark Rekow and Lynn Mader
  • Piper Ritter
  • Susan Roberts
  • Robyne Robinson
  • Yvonne Rode
  • Susan Rose
  • Jane Rosemarin and Val Landwehr
  • Thomas Rosen
  • Irina Rukina
  • Thomas Ryan
  • Makie Sanchez
  • Rebecca Scherpelz
  • Kris Schmitt
  • Robin Schow
  • Cynthia Sharon
  • Michael and Tara Sime
  • Edward Skelly
  • Kathleen Stanley
  • Nanette Stearns
  • Kate Stolpman
  • George Swan
  • Toni Taylor
  • Jeffrey Teeple
  • Mark Ten Eyck and LaRaye Osborne
  • Mary Teurman
  • Connor Theisen
  • Arthur Troedson
  • Brandon Ure
  • Alla Valdberg
  • Ann Van de Winckel
  • William Venne and Douglas Kline
  • John Vilandre
  • Brian and Katherine Weitz
  • Andrew Welken
  • Helen and Paul Wells
  • Curtis West
  • Ellena and Gregory Weyandt
  • Allison Wickler
  • Anne Wiltscheck
  • Susan Wiste
  • Mary Jo Zidwick
  • Mary Zilge

This season’s listing is current as of 03/26/21.
Please contact Trisha Taylor at  if you have any corrections or questions.

Thank you to the generous donors who continue to support programming for Northrop’s beloved Aeolian-Skinner Organ. It is because of you that this magnificent instrument’s voice will be enjoyed by many for years to come.

organ supporters

  • Anonymous
  • Reade Adams
  • Pat Andrle
  • J. Michael Barone
  • Fred and Cynthia Betz, In Honor of Esther Stocke
  • Joyce Brown
  • Drs. Robert Bruininks and Susan Hagstrum
  • Dean Billmeyer
  • Francis Carter
  • Dee Ann and Kent Crossley
  • Sheena Dufresne
  • Laura and Tim Edman
  • Peter Fiore
  • Deborah Ford
  • Salvatore Franco
  • Reid Froiland
  • Maiken Givot
  • Nils and Heather Halker
  • Thomas Hanna
  • Anna Iltis
  • Helen and David Jensen
  • Charlie Johnson
  • Susan Keljik
  • Mark Kieffer
  • Peter Lund
  • Alfred and Ann Moore
  • Steve Panizza
  • Chia-Hsing Pi
  • Holly Radis-McCluskey and Glen McCluskey
  • Daniel Moore
  • Pamela Neuenfeldt and Don Williams
  • Connie Schuelka
  • Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation
  • Nancy Shallcross
  • Paul Stever
  • Curtis Trout
  • John Vilandre
  • Michael Volna
  • Carolyn Wahl
  • Nancy Wellington

Organ Committee

J. Michael Barone
Cynthia Betz
Dean Billmeyer
Kristen Brogdon
Dr. Robert Bruininks

Dee Ann Crossley
Laura Edman
Cathie Fischer
Nils Halker
Cari Hatcher

David Jensen
Helen Jensen
Pamela Neuenfeldt
Kari Schloner

Jeff Bieganek

We’re so grateful to have you join us for these closing performances of our 2020-21 season at Northrop.

Without a doubt, it has been a season like no other.  Yet, it has been so exciting and reassuring to see how Northrop and our many artistic partners have adapted and given us such thrilling, thought-provoking, and emotional performances to help us through these difficult times. The artists, their talent, and their creations are more important than ever. Thank you for giving Northrop the opportunity to share their incredible work with you.

As we look forward to a more optimistic summer and the anticipation of our upcoming season, I hope you consider supporting the important work that Northrop has done and will do in the future. The Northrop Advisory Board is growing along with new opportunities to engage, so if you are interested in learning more, please contact us at

I can’t tell you how excited I am to see you all in your seats at Northrop as we wait for the curtains to rise on another amazing performance. Until then, stay safe and stay in touch.

Jeff Bieganek, Northrop Advisory Board Chair


The Northrop Advisory Board is committed to the growth and awareness of Northrop’s mission, vision, and the continued future of presenting world-class dance and music in our community. If you would like more information about the advisory board and its work, please contact Cynthia Betz, Director of Development, at 612-626-7554 or

Board Members

Cynthia Betz
Jeff Bieganek, Chair
Kristen Brogdon
Dr. Robert Bruininks
John Conlin
Deb Cran
Susan DeNuccio

Karen Hanson
Cari Hatcher
Tammylynne Jonas
Robert Lunieski
Bob McMaster
Katheryn Menaged
Cory Padesky

Holly Radis-McCluskey
Gary Reetz
Robyne Robinson
Kari Schloner
Donald Williams


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