Diane Meredith Belcher

Hanover, NH

Thursday, July 5 10:00 – 11:00am

Pièce Jubilaire en forme de prelude et fugue
Eugène Gigout 1844-1925

Sept Improvisations op. 150 Camille Saint-Saëns 1835-1921

  1. Feria Pentecostes: Moderator quasi andantino
  2. Allegretto
  3. Allegro giocoso

Symphonie gothique op. 70 Charles Marie Widor 1844-1937
~Andante sostenuto

Internationally renowned organist Diane Meredith Belcher made her debut at age fifteen in her
hometown just outside Philadelphia. In the decades since, she has performed throughout the United
States, in Europe, and in Canada to the acclaim of critics and audiences alike. A graduate of The Curtis
Institute of Music and The Eastman School of Music, she has studied with David Spicer, John Weaver,
Clarence Watters, David Craighead, and Wilma Jensen. Laureate of both the St. Albans (England) and
Chartres (France) international organ competitions, she also took the American Guild of Organists’ top
prize in its professional certification examinations.

Diane Meredith Belcher