CHRISTOPH BULL
 
 
 
Welcome
Well, Come!
“What kind of music do you play? “
“Music.”

“Christoph Bull likes organ music, rock music,

and rocking organ music.”


He has been called “rock star organist”, “Tiger Woods of the organ” and “most versatile musician on the planet”.

He plays classical music with a rock musician’s sense of rhythm, a jazz musician’s sense of improvisation and a classical musician’s technique.


For info on upcoming concerts, please go to ‘Schedule’.


To purchase Christoph Bull music please go to:

http://www.cdbaby.com/artist/ChristophBull


Free First & Grand Quick Tour download:






For biographical information, schedule, products to buy, pictures, audio, video, press, contact info and links – please explore this website. Enjoy!


                                                   


The premiere recording of the Glatter-Götz/Rosales organ at Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles

is available below as well as on Amazon and iTunes:

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/christophbull5


The album is also available at the L.A. Phil Store:

131 South Grand Ave, L.A., CA 90012

Tel.: (213) 972-3440


For a downloadable summary of information about the album, please click here:

First & Grand  Summary


Downloadable PDF-Booklet: First & Grand Booklet.pdf



And the listeners’ verdict is in:


Wonderful, wonderful.  The organ sounds incredible, the recording is superb. 

A self-produced album with the quality of the biggest record company.”

– David Muller


“WOW!!!!!!!  Three works of art: The Organ, The Disney Hall and Christoph Bull.” 

– Larry Wilson


“Christoph Bull.  Beautiful organ.  And if you don't like organ, you'll change your mind after hearing this!”

– Tom Schnabel, KCRW


“A surprisingly intimate look at the organ itself.”

– Laurence Vittes, The Huffington Post


“I've very much enjoyed listening to it.  You certainly explore the organ wonderfully.”

– Fred Swann


“I'm delighted by your new disc!”

– Paul Jacobs


“Congrats on the stunning Disney Hall CD, Christoph!  It was really worth the wait.  After all this time, we finally have a recording on our own concert hall organ.  The physical presentation alone won me before I even got home and loaded it into iTunes for my iPod and iPhone.  It was wonderful.  Thank you so much!”

– Marcus LaCroix


“I have really been enjoying your CD – very creative and full of energy!  I especially like the estampie arrangement and the Beethoven improvisation.  You are truly a rock star organist!”

– Kimberly Marshall


“What an inspiring variety of sounds and powerful tone. Love the program choice too.

A great debut recording for that organ – historic!”

– Antonio Lysy


“The rock star of the organ world . . . A version of ‘A Day In The Life’ you will never forget.”

John Rabe, KPCC, NPR

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Rheinberger Trio g

Noack tracker organ

(through February)

Below is a video of Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 543, played on a Fisk pipe organ.

More info on the Pacific Symphony organ series “Pedals & Pipes”, which Christoph Bull inaugurated: http://www.pacificsymphony.org

There are more Christoph Bull videos on the ‘Video’ page of this website and on his YouTube page

http://www.youtube.com/orgue99.

You can e-mail Christoph, visit him on Facebook and MySpace

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