Nathan Laube’s extensive recital career includes appearances at major venues spanning four continents, including the Vienna Konzerthaus, Berlin Philharmonie, Sejong Center in Seoul, York Minster, Canterbury Cathedral, and Exeter Cathedral. In the United States, he has appeared at venues such as Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Verizon Hall in Philadelphia, and the Washington National Cathedral. This performance marks his debut under San Francisco Symphony auspices.

Mr. Laube’s 2017-18 season highlights include performances at the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, and Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London. Recent and upcoming festival appearances include the Berlin Orgelsommer, Stuttgart Internationaler Orgelsommer, Naumburg Orgelsommer, Dresden Music Festival, Orléans Organ Festival, Bordeaux Festival d’Été, the Lapua Festival, and the Lahti Organ Festival. In October 2016, Mr. Laube played the first inaugural recital of the restored Harrison & Harrison organ of King’s College Chapel, Cambridge. He is a frequent featured performer at national conventions of the Organ Historical Society (OHS) and the American Guild of Organists (AGO).

Mr. Laube is assistant professor of organ at the Eastman School of Music and serves as chair of the Friends of the Library and Archives for the OHS. He frequently teaches master classes and workshops in connection with his concerts, and he serves on the faculty for the educational initiative Pipe Organ Encounters in the United States. He has also taught at the Oberlin Summer Organ Academy in Ohio and at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts Summer Organ Academy in Philadelphia.

Mr. Laube’s discography includes a Grammy award-winning recording of Stephen Paulus’s Grand Concerto with the Nashville Symphony under Giancarlo Guerrero (Naxos), and a new solo recital album record at the Stadtkirche in Nagold, Germany (Ambiente). Many of Mr. Laube’s live performances have appeared on American Public Media’s Pipedreams.

(October 2017)

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