Christoph Bull Plays Bach in Royce Hall Organ Recital
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Featured review from Marilyn Forsstrom
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Christoph Bull is that rare combination of excellent musician, engaging performer and congenial person. His concerts are a joy to experience. As a musician myself I marvel at his talent. We are lucky to have him locally. Don't miss his future performances.
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UCLA Live presents a delightful afternoon of classical music on Royce Hall’s glorious Skinner organ from acclaimed organist Christoph Bull, known for his energizing and often eclectic musical interpretation of organ repertoire. Bull will perform a thrilling and ethereal program of Bach on the UCLA campus treasure, which is known as one of the country’s great musical devices of its kind.