Programme info
Venues / Organs
Hotel and Accommodation
Ottawa Centre


RULES AND REGULATIONS are available in Adobe pdf format or html
The APPLICATION is also avaiable in Adobe pdf format or html


· The main organ recitals are open to the public.
· Public concerts are shown with a yellow background.
· The NAC Concert tickets are available at the NAC and through TICKETMASTER Prices range from $14-$34.
· The Competition SemiFinals and Finals are FREE.
· The Children's concert (Mon July 21) is free for children under 12. Adult price is $20.
· For all othe concerts, tickets will be available at the door for $20.

Saturday July 19
1:00 pm  Competition Semi-finals (Free Admission)
(See above for Application information)
Église St-François-d'Assise

Sunday July 20
AM various church services  
4:30 pm Choral Evensong The Cathedral Choir, Frances Macdonnell Christ Church Cathedral
8:00 pm pre-Convention
choral concert
Seventeen Voyces
Kevin Reeves, director
Matthew Larkin, organ
St. Matthew's Anglican

Monday July 21
10:00 am Opening Recital Ludger Lohmann (Germany) Knox Presbyterian Church
noon Opening Luncheon   Marriott Hotel
1:30-3:00 pm National Council  Marriott Hotel
2:00-3:00 pm Carillon Recital Gordon SlaterParliament Hill
3:30-4:30 pm Children's Recital
(Children under 12 FREE)
Tammy-Jo Mortensen, organ,
Timothy Anderson, narrator
Jack and the Beanstalk by: J Kloppers
Sponsored by the Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation
Christ Church Cathedral
5:00-6:00 pm Workshop Encouraging congregational singing.
From Consumers to Community:
"Why we need to Care about the People's Song."
Christopher Fischer
(In English only)
St. Peter's
Lutheran Church
8:00 pm RecitalCelebration of
Flor Peeters' 100th birthday and
the Belgian National Holiday
Jean Ferrard (Belguim)

Tuesday July 22
8:30-9:00 am Worship Service James Calkin, organist First Baptist Church
9:30-10:45 am Workshop Johann Pachelbel: His life and work
(In French with simultaneous English translation)
Antoine Bouchard
National Library
11:00-12:15 pm Workshop The great Belgian organ pedagogues of the
19th and 20th centuries
(In French with simultaneous English translation)
Jean Ferrard
National Library
12:15-1:30 pm Lunch On your own   
2:00-5:00 pm National Competition
(Free Admission)  Église Sainte-Anne
5:30-6:30 pm
repeated on Wednesday
Workshop Anthem Reading with Alan Reesor Marriott Hotel
5:30-6:30 pm
repeated on Wednesday
Workshop Anthem Reading with Jerzy Cichocki Marriott Hotel
7:00 pm Banquet Speaker: Frederick Swann Marriott Hotel

Wednesday July 23
9:15-10:30 am Workshop The Use of the Organ in "Blended" Worship,
with video illustration.
(In English, with simultaneous French translation)
Mark Thallander
National Library
10:45-12:15 pm AGM   National Library
12:30-1:30 pm Box Lunch Have a relaxing lunch in the
Garden of the Provinces
Christ Church Cathedral
2:00 pm College Service

Commissioned works by local composers:
Gilles Leclerc, Frances Macdonnell and
Dierdre Piper
Bruyère Convent
3:15 pm Convocation   Bruyère Convent
4:45 pmWorkshop Anthem Reading with Jerzy Cichocki Marriott Hotel
4:45 pm Workshop Anthem Reading with Alan Reesor Marriott Hotel
8:00 pm Concert Frederick Swann (United States)
Sponsored by Con Brio Music
Cathedral Basilica

Thursday July 24
8:30-9:00 am Worship Service Nadia Behmann, organist St Alban's Anglican Church
9:30-10:45 am Workshop The significance of rhetorical elements in the organ works of J.S. Bach
(In English, with simultaneous French translation)
Jacobus Kloppers
Sponsored by
Betsy Clarke & Associates
National Library
10:45-12:00 am Workshop
Articulation in German Romantic Organ Music (in English with simultaneous French translation)
Ludger Lohmann
National Library
12:15-1:30 pm Luncheon Sponsored by:
The Very Reverend Shane Parker, Dean of Ottawa
Christ Church Cathedral
1:45-3:00 pm
Repeated at
Recital Catherine Todorovski
(Limited Seating)
St. Peter's Lutheran
1:45-3:00 pm
Repeated at
Workshop Improvisation workshop/masterclass
Joachim Segger
(in English)
Christ Church Cathedral
8:00 pm Recital Thomas Annand with
Capital BrassWorks
Co-production with
The National Arts Centre and
Radio Canada
National Arts Centre
Southam Hall

Friday July 25
Morning Organ Crawl   Rideau Park United
St. Matthew's Anglican
St John the Evangelist Anglican
11:45 am Box Lunch   Knox Presbyterian
12:30 pm Recital organist Danielle Dubé and
Bel Canto Wind Quintet
Commissioned work by: Sean Ferguson
Knox Presbyterian