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  • Summer 2015:
    Gail Archer announces 2015-2016 concert dates,
    including performances throughout Europe and the United States. See the full concert calendar here.
  • June 2015 :
    Upcoming Musforum Conference in NYC: Join Gail Archer in New York City, June 19 & 20 for The Muse's Voice, a conference presented by Musforum, the on-line network celebrating the accomplishments and wide-ranging interests of women organists. We are advocates for women organists in liturgical music and higher education and aim to support our colleagues in reaching their professional goals and aspirations. Conference includes keynote, concerts, lectures and social events. More information and register at

  • September 2014:
    Gail Archer's 2014-2015 Touring Season announced: US and European dates. See the perfomrance calendar here.
  • January 2014:
    Gail Archer announces her next CD release The  Muse’s Voice: A Celebration of Women Composers,
    available February 19, 2014 on Meyer Media
    More information
  • June 2013:
    KC Metropolis and Examiner publish two great, new reviews from Gail Archer's concert in the Kansas City area.
    Read all the reviews here.
  • May 2013:
    The International Women in Music Journal
    publishes Gail Archer's article The Muse's Voice: A Survey of Women Organists in North America
    See all publications here.
  • January 2013:
    Gail Archer is pleased to announce The Muse's Voice: A Celebration of International Women Composers concert series in New York City.

    See all the dates here.
  • August 2012:
    The Diapason reviews Franz Liszt: A Hungarian Rhapsody

"This is a highly recommended recording for the serious lover of the organ works of Franz Liszt... enjoy this recording with many repeated listenings for the ultimate effect of embracing this music."
Read the article here.

Read all reviews here.

  • November 2011:
    Gail Archer announces American Idyll concert series in New York City, featuring music by American women (living composers) and men over the last 100 years, including a premier of a new Hayes Biggs work on January 25. Concert dates:

    January 25, 2012, 7:30pm St. Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University

    February 11, 2012, 4:00pm,
    The R. C. Church of St. Agnes

    March 23, 2012, 7:30pm,
    St. Francis Xavier, R. C. Church

    April 27, 2012, 7:30pm, Rutgers Presbyterian Church

    May 23, 2012, 7:30pm, Central Synagogue

    Download the program here.
    Download the press release here.
  • August 23, 2011:
    Meyer Media announces Gail Archer's newest CD release Franz Liszt, A Hungarian Rhapsody

    Gail Archer commemorates the 200th birthday of one of the most prominent 19th century piano composers, Franz Liszt (1811-1886). F
    ranz Liszt, A Hungarian Rhapsody features a priceless treasure of Liszt’s organ music dating from 1849 to the end of his life.
    Click here for more information.
    Click here to see all of Gail's CDs.
  • Spring 2011 :
    Gail Archer’s Liszt Bicentennial New York concert series:
    February 6, 2011, 3:00pm, St. Jean Baptiste
    March 13, 2011, 3:00pm, West End Collegiate Church
    April 8, 2011, 7:30pm, Church of the Heavenly Rest
    Click here to download the press release.
    Click here for all upcoming concert dates.

  • December 2010:
    Prof. Gail Archer and choral students to participate in historic Carnegie Hall concert benefitting Doctors Without Borders.

    Click here for details.

  • September 2010:
    Gail Archer on Pipedreams
    . Pipedreams, produced by American Public Media and heard nationally on NPR, has selected Gail Archer's recording of Leipzig's Chorale Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist, to open a recent broadcast. Click here to listen to the entire epsiode.

    The recording is avialable on Gail Archer's new album 'J.S. Bach The Transcendent Genius, available from Meyer Media here.



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Europe Booking:
Gerry Hovinga, Fortissimo Evenementen,
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Image of St. Cecilia by Bernardo Strozzi courtesy of the Collections of the Nelsom-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri (Purchase: Nelson Trust) 44-39 Photograph by Robert Newcombe.


Photo (top left) Gail Archer copyright Buck Ennis.

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