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Deux Voix

Deux Voix

Nov 8th 2017 @ Boardwalk Hall

Atlantic City, NJ
I Was There
Boardwalk Hall Organ Series
Wednesday, November 8th, 2017
12:00 PM
Boardwalk Hall
2301 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
We are absolutely thrilled to be performing a noontime recital in the historic Boardwalk Hall on its incredible 7-manual Midmer-Losh organ, which is widely considered the largest organ in the world!

For more information about this amazing space and instrument, check out the links below:


Founded just over two years ago, Deux Voix (french for "two voices") has amassed a significant amount of success and a rapidly growing reputation across the country. In addition to the numerous performances in their home in southeast Texas, they have presented concerts in locations such as St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NYC, The Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Maine, the Mayo Clinic Medical Center in Rochester, Minnesota, and Myers Park United Methodist in Charlotte, North Carolina. Other locations have included Plymouth Church in Seattle, St. Paul’s Episcopal in Duluth, Minnesota, Abington Presbyterian in Philadelphia, the Washington Music Festival in Port Angeles, Washington and Westminster Presbyterian and St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Churches in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. They also presented a wildly successful headlining program for the L’Organo Series at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina in May of 2015, where they performed the formal dedication concert for the new organ at The Citadel, and set a new record for the largest crowd for in the over thirty-year history of the series.

Stephen and Justin maintain an active concert schedule traveling around the country. Upcoming performances include Texas, Georgia, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana and Deux Voix's first European tour in the summer of 2018 where they have been invited to perform in the prestigious International Organ Festival in Bergen, Norway.

In their mission to expand the world of trumpet and organ, Stephen and Justin are constantly adapting works from other genres and instrumentations, such as jazz, broadway, opera, and current popular music, in order to reach a wider audience. They also arecommissioning new works by renown composers, such as Mark Hayes and David Ashley White, to add to their repertoire.