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J. S. Bach (1685-1750), Fantasia in C Minor, BWV 562 Trio Sonata No. 1, BWV 525 Adagio Prelude and Fugue in C Minor, BWV 546
Jan Worden-Lackey received a Master of Music in Harpsichord from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. She was the first Master’s graduate under Dr. Larry Palmer. She also holds a Bachelor and Master of Music in Piano Performance from the same University. Her organ study was with Dr. Susan Ferré and Dr. Palmer; with Palmer, she also concentrated on Baroque and early music. In 1972 Jan was the subject of a feature article in Southwest Scene Magazine, “The Return of the Harpsichord.” Jan was harpsichordist for opening art exhibits at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and at Pollack Galleries, SMU. She was harpsichordist for the 1973 Neiman-Marcus British Fortnight in Dallas. For several years Jan was harpsichordist for the Early Music Players, a performing group specializing in Renaissance and Baroque music. She played harpsichord recitals at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, for the Harpsichord Society of Dallas, for Arts Festivals and in private homes. She has performed with the Dallas Chamber Opera Society, the Dallas Society for the Classic Guitar, and for Canticum Novum in Santa Fe. She is presently the choir accompanist for First Presbyterian Church, Santa Fe.
First Presbyterian offers a weekly organ recital series on Friday evenings from 5:30-6:00. These concerts are free and open to all. A freewill offering for the recital fund will be received.