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"A magnificent instrument, registered perfectly. Mary Prestonís playing is exciting and impeccable. In short, this is a perfect match of performer, music and organ, and the result is as it should be . . . " --American Organist
Mary Preston is the Resident Organist and Principal/Lay Family Chair with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Curator of the Lay Family Concert Organ in the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. She also serves as Director of Worship and Artistic Ministries and as Organist of King of Glory Lutheran Church in Dallas.
 Ms. Preston has been presented in recital throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia to audiences responding with resounding enthusiasm and excitement. She has performed in such notable locations as the Riverside Church in New York City, the House of Hope in St. Paul, First Congregational Church in Los Angeles, the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, St. Nikolai in Leipzig, the Merseburg Cathedral, St. Hedwig Cathedral in Berlin, the Oliwa Cathedral in Poland, and the Liechtenstein Palace in Prague.
 Ms. Preston has had the honor of playing the inaugural recitals on two magnificent new C.B. Fisk organs; one in the new Minato Mirai Concert Hall in Yokohama, Japan and the other in the new Benaroya Symphony Hall in Seattle, Washington.
 Mary Preston has been a featured artist in numerous regional and national conventions of the American Guild of Organists, including the 2004 national convention in Los Angeles, 2005 regional conventions in Colorado and Connecticut and will be featured in several regional conventions during 2007.


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Preston Plays Durufle & Widor
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Mary Preston at The Meyerson
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Mary Preston, In Concert!
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The resident organist of the Dallas Symphony demonstrates her intimate knowledge of the Fisk company's Opus 100, one of the most important organs built in the 20th century. With a wide variety of French sounding resources at her disposal, Preston plays three large suites written for the French symphonic organ. In her second recording as resident organist at the Meyerson, Mary Preston presents a Germanic program which provides a wide variety of sounds and textures. The landmark Fisk organ at the Meyerson is in an adjustable acoustic which can be optimized for solo organ concerts and recordings, giving the organ sound elegance and lyrical flexibility. One of America's leading organists plays in concert on one of America's largest and most important organs -- the landmark Opus 100 of the C.B. Fisk organ company. Called upon repeatedly to perform at the national conventions of the American Guild of Organists, Mary Preston has flawless technique and an elegant style to communicates to the listener. The encore also reveals that she has a sense of humor...