Daniel Roth Masterclass
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Moores School of Music presents an organ masterclass with Daniel Roth, titular organist of St. Sulpice in Paris, France.
About the Artist
Daniel Roth, widely acclaimed as one of the leading French virtuosos, has held several prestigious positions throughout his career. At age 20, he made his organ debut as the assistant to his teacher, Madame Rolande Falcinelli, at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Montmartre-Paris. He later succeded her as titular organist, a post which he held until 1985. He was then appointed his current role as titular organist at the famed St. Sulpice, where his predecessors include Charles-Marie Widor, Marcel Dupré and Jean-Jacques Grunenwald.
About the A.I. Lack Master Series
The A.I. Lack Master Series at the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music annually presents distinguished classical performers and recognized pedagogues in a series of free masterclasses and recitals, which provide a wider educational experience for UH students and the Houston community. The endowment that supports the series was established in memory of Abram I. Lack in 1989. Lack’s daughter, legendary violinist and teacher Fredell Lack Eichhorn, held the C. W. Moores Professor of Violin at the University of Houston where she served for 50 years, until her retirement in 2009.