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  • Robin Arrigo - Pianist
    Robin Arrigo received her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and Master of Music Education from Florida State University. She also earned a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the University of Miami in Accompanying and Chamber Music. Read More
  • Ian Maksin - Cellist
    Praised for his hauntingly beautiful tone and passionate interpretations, Ian Maksin is quickly gaining international recognition both as a cellist and composer. His sold-out performances have been consistently culminating in a standing ovation and have been described by critics as a 'unique listening experience'.Read More
  • Stephen Hamilton - Organist
    Stephen Hamilton, virtuoso concert organist, has long been prominent on the American organ scene. The New York Times wrote of Hamilton's performance of the Bach Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor: 'Hamilton, as minister of music at the church...' Read More
  • Mei Mei Luo- Violinist /
    Mei Mei Luo, is recognized as one of South Florida's finest Violinist. Until its closing, she was the assistant concertmaster of the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, and served as concertmaster for the final concert in 2003. Read More
  • Tomas Cotik - Violinist
    Violinist Tomas Cotik is internationally recognized as a chamber musician, soloist, orchestra musician and teacher. Mr. Cotik has appeared recently as a soloist in Amarillo, Miami and Toronto performing Tchaikovsky & Bruch Violin Concertos, Schubert Rondo for violin and strings and Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Read More
  • Marcos Daniel Flores - Pianist
    Marcos Daniel Flores was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He began his piano studies at the age of 16 with Rubén Malán and immediately entered the Bachelors Degree program in Music at the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico. There he studied piano performance with Luz N. Read More
  • Richard Webb - Organist
    Richard Webb is Professor and Dean Emeritus of the College of Arts and Humanities at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, having served previously as Dean of the College and Chief Academic Officer at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey. Read More
  • Matt Pressman - Alexander Technique
The Organiste Artist/Musician listing was created to provide artists in the various disciplines innovative alternative opportunities to increase their exposure to presenters, to those interested in the arts and to the community in general. The Organiste Artist Listing is a self-marketing tool offering the artist ways to connect to the arts public. Artist will provide a photo for the listing page and the category such as 'Organist'. This photo will be placed on the artist page and linked to the artist's website of choice.

The Artist will provide a 'Booking flyer' and this will be distributed to the Organiste lists. (800 pixels wide jpg in 8 ½ X 11 dimension). A side banner ad of the booking flyer (240 X 240 pixels jpg) will be posted periodically on the website and publications.

Listings are available for an annual fee of $50.

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"The Organiste Concert Artists" will be advertised in various epublications and websites. When a new listing is opened, a one-time Organiste eblast (created by and about the artist or group) will be sent to the appropriate Organiste lists. The artist or group may choose to be featured as the 'artist of the month' for $50 per month. This feature is a photo and brief listing on the front page of the Concert Artists. Included also is a side banner ad on the front page of the website and What's Happening.

All artists and listings will be approved by a 3-person committee chosen by Organiste LLC. These public listings are informational and contain contact information so that all contact, communications and arrangements can be made directly between artist/performing group and interested parties. The Organiste Concert Artists does not provide representation or recommendation of any of the artists/groups.

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