Sinsinawa Mound Center offers retreats and programs as well as opportunities for personal reflection and renewal in a comfortable, rural setting.
Virtual Summer Organ Concert Series: David Jonies
June 2 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
This summer marks our 30th Anniversary since the beginning of the Summer Organ Concert Series. You won’t want to miss the talented lineup of artists joining in our celebration featuring organists from Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, and Kansas. Due to the ongoing pandemic, these concerts will be offered via livestream.
Wednesday, June 2, 7 p.m.
The concert is available at www.sinsinawa.org/live at the concert time or later in an archived format by tapping or clicking on “on demand.”
If you would like to make a monetary donation to support our Summer Organ Concert Series, here is a link to our donation page where you can select “Organ Concert Series” for your donation. https://www.sinsinawa.org/forms/p/donation/
Organist: David Jonies is Director of Music and Organist at Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago, where he plays the three organs by Flentrop and Casavant for Archdiocesan and Parish liturgies as well as in concert. Prior to his appointment in Chicago, he held positions at St. Joseph & St. Patrick Parish in Escanaba (Michigan), Westminster Cathedral in London, and the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace.
A native of Germany, he holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the Hochschule für Musik in Würzburg and the Performer’s Certificate from the Royal Academy of Music in London. His teachers have included James O’Donnell, David Titterington, Günther Kaunzinger and Gerhard Weinberger
Described as a “gem”(The American Organist) and an “impeccable” performer (Bonner Generalanzeiger), organist David enjoys an excellent reputation among his colleagues as a concert organist and church musician. Known for his wide range of repertoire, David was awarded the 1st prize at the 1999 Landau International Organ Competition.
International concert appearances include Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Westminster Abbey and the London Handel Festival in the U. K., the Pusan Bach Festival in South Korea, the Cathedral at Budejovice in the Czech Republic, the Bluval Music Festival and the Cathedrals of Bamberg, Mainz, Passau and Trier in Germany.
In the United States, he has performed at Chicago’s Orchestra Hall with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, at Marcus Center with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, at the Pine Mountain Music Festival (Michigan), Piccolo Spoleto Festival (South Carolina), at the Cathedrals of Seattle (Washington), Helena (Montana), Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), Hartford (Connecticut), Sioux City (Iowa), Houston (Texas) and recitals and workshops for American Guild of Organists Chapters and Dioceses around the Midwest. He has been a featured artist for national conventions of the Organ Historical Society and the National Association for Pastoral Musicians.