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Gallery Concert—YoungArts at the Met:
Gregory Zelek, Organ

Gregory Zelek, organ

In celebration of the holiday season, the Department of Musical Instruments presents a festive concert featuring organist Gregory Zelek performing a program of seasonal works on the Met's 1830 Appleton pipe organ. Zelek, currently a student of Paul Jacobs, is a proud recipient of the Kovner Fellowhip at the Juilliard School and a 2010 YoungArts Silver Medal winner.

A brief tour of The André Mertens Galleries for Musical Instruments immediately follows the concert.

Above: Gregory Zelek. Photograph courtesy of the artist

Free with Museum admission

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