The Organists Unlikely Venue

Andover Magazine
By Sally V. Holm
Published: Fall 2009

In 2004, fresh out of Juilliard, Patrick Kabanda, PA organist and music instructor, had never heard of the far away islands. Or of the exquisite organ festival that… Read the full article here or download original article

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Social Contacts are More Important Than Money

By Liz Lindvall | Translated from Swedish to English Translation by Bruce Brolsma
Published: June 30, 2009

Talent, access to music, and many social contacts were how Patrick Kabanda took himself from Uganda to the USA and became accepted to world-renowned ...

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