Brett Valliant is an American organist in demand for his ability to perform many different genres of music on the instrument he loves. Whether at an organ in a concert hall, a majestic church organ on Sunday morning, a mighty Wurlitzer in a theatre, or a Hammond B-3, Brett is right at home. Critics internationally have defined his performances as “exciting,” “unorthodox,” and “astonishing.” Witness his incredible talents for yourself when he comes to Kansas City on Sunday, September 16th.
At fifteen, Valliant played his first Wurlitzer and exhibited a natural talent for the popular music loved by fans of theatre organ. In the world of silent film, Brett is known for scoring and accompanying many films but is best known for dramatic films such as King of Kings, Phantom of the Opera, The Ten Commandments, Broken Blossoms, Wings, and The Eagle. He plays annually for several film festivals including the International Film Festival hosted by the American Film Institute and has been a featured performer at national conventions of the American Guild of Organists and the American Theatre Organ Society.
Brett Valliant has toured extensively as a solo artist, featured soloist with orchestras, and film accompanist abroad and throughout the United States. As of late 2009, Brett has three solo recordings to his credit as well as a number of studio projects with other musicians.
If you’re a fan of beautifully composed classical music, don’t miss your opportunity to see Brett Valliant free of charge at Music Hall Kansas City. Registration is required and may be completed online.
Community interaction is an important part of life, which is why Jefferson on the Lake Apartments in Olathe, Kansas is urging you to join in the all of the excitement at this event!
Sunday, September 16, 2018—2:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
Music Hall Kansas City
301 West 13th Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64105