Time: 2:00pm CDT September 19
Location: A. F. Siebert Chapel
Carthage music performance major Nicholas Renkosik ’21 will present a student organ recital “Prisms” at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, in the A. F. Siebert Chapel. The recital will include works by Dieterich Buxtehude, J. S. Bach, Johannes Brahms, and César Franck. The recital is open to Carthage students, faculty, and staff, only. Tickets are required and must be obtained in advance. External patrons are welcome to join us from home through our livestream.
Based out of the Chicagoland area, Nicholas Renkosik is a nationally acclaimed young organist that has performed at such venues as Sanfilippo’s Place De La Musique in Barrington Hills, Ill.; the Oriental and Riverside Theatres in Milwaukee, Wis.; the Coronado Theatre in Rockford, Ill.; Allen Organs of Chicago in Bolingbrook, Ill.; the Rialto Theatre in Joliet, Ill.; the Tampa Theatre in Tampa, Fla.; the Fox Theatre in St. Louis, Mo.; Carma (Carmex) Laboratories in Franklin, Wis.; and the Nethercutt Collection in Sylmar, Calif. Nick also competed in the 2017 American Theatre Organ Society’s Young Organist’s Competition in Tampa, Fla., and was placed as a runner up. When he is not performing in a solo setting, Nick is an organist/accompanist on staff at several churches in northern Illinois. He has also appeared as a guest organist at the Oriental Theatre in Milwaukee, Wis., for the annual Milwaukee Film Festival. Nick is currently studying performance at Carthage College in Kenosha, pursuing a major in classical organ performance and a minor in classical piano performance. He is a student in the studios of Christopher Berry, adjunct faculty (organ), and Professor Wael Farouk (piano).
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New ticket procedures for Carthage students, faculty, and staff:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carthage Fine Arts events are currently closed to external guests, but many will be available for livestream viewing. We have also changed how Carthage students, faculty, and staff obtain tickets. All fall events remain free, but tickets are now required in advance.
- For the fall 2020 semester, it is encouraged to obtain your tickets online 24/7 at the private link: Tickets/Nicholas RenkosikRecital. Online ticket fees have been waived for fall 2020.
- Tickets are also available at the Fine Arts Box Office from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, in the Straz Center.
- At events, there will be no walk-up ticket option, will call, or cash sales. Please use the online link to get tickets.
- Masks are required to enter the building. If you arrive without a mask, there will be masks available for purchase of $5 before you enter the building via credit card.
- Seating will be reserved to ensure social distancing. Seating is limited to 50 people, and seating will be in the east balcony. You will receive your seating assignment prior to your arrival. Patrons with special needs should notify the Box Office when getting tickets so the proper arrangements can be made.
- There is no intermission or late seating for this event. Please give yourself plenty of time to get to your seat, and we will ask everyone to go to their seats immediately when they arrive.
- For more information on event protocols, please visit our website www.carthage.edu/fine-arts.