On February 6, the Organix Kingsway Organ Recital will feature Michael Capon, Music Director at St. George’s Anglican Cathedral in Kingston Ontario,
Admission is free though we gratefully accept your goodwill offering. Recital program here: http://www.organixconcerts.ca/event.php?mo=2&day=6
Michael Capon serves as Music Director at St. George’s Anglican Cathedral in Kingston Ontario and is active as a performer, conductor, composer, and teacher. In addition to his church work, Michael has directed community choirs and orchestras, directed music for theatrical productions, taught music theory and organ students and adjudicated at music festivals and competitions.
Michael won first prize in the Quebec-wide John Robb Organ Competition and Second Prize in the Royal Canadian College of Organists’ National Organ Playing Competition. He earned his Master of Music degree from McGill University in Organ Performance, his ARCT. (Royal Conservatory of Toronto) in Piano Performance, and his ARCCO (Royal Canadian College of Organists).
Other church music positions include Director of Music at Glenview Presbyterian Church in Toronto, Timothy Eaton United Church in Toronto, Christ Church Cathedral in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and Assistant Organist at St. George’s Cathedral in Perth, Australia.
Michael was the Co-Chair of the planning committee for “I Feel the Winds”, a national organ festival that took place to great acclaim in Kingston in July 2016, serves on the Anglican Church task force preparing a supplement for the Common Praise hymn book, and is President of the Royal Canadian College of Organists Kingston Centre. He recently appeared as “Jim” in the Domino Theatre production of John Corrigan’s comedy The Mollycoddlers.