Allen Harrington and Lottie Enns-Braun

Canadian saxophonist Allen Harrington is an Associate Professor at the University of Manitoba Desautels Faculty of Music where he teaches saxophone, bassoon, and chamber music. He holds degrees from the University of Saskatchewan (B.Mus.) and Northwestern University (M.Mus.). He has appeared as a concerto soloist with more than a dozen orchestras in Canada, Europe, and South America. He has given countless recitals across Canada, including recital tours for Debut Atlantic, Prairie Debut, and Home Routes Classical. In the past few years he has released three CDs of music for saxophone and piano as well as saxophone and organ on the Ravello Records label: Metropolis (2014), The Postcard Sessions (2016), and Vanishing Point (2016). As a bassoonist, Allen plays as a regular extra with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and principal bassoon with the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra. Lottie Enns-Braun is currently music director and organist at Young United Church (Winnipeg, Canada); University Organist for the University of Manitoba; and an active member of the Royal Canadian College of Organists. She began her musical training as pianist and chorister in rural Manitoba. She holds undergraduate and graduate music degrees from the former CMBC, the University of Manitoba and the University of Western Ontario. As organist and music director, she has held positions in several United Churches in Winnipeg. She is heard regularly as soloist and accompanist in Winnipeg and beyond. She has toured in Eastern Canada; played Evensong services at Lincoln Cathedral, St. Paul’s Cathedral, London; St. Alban’s Cathedral; Bristol Cathedral; Tewekesbury Abbey and Salisbury Cathedral all in the UK; performed with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra; and collaborated with many choral ensembles.

Allen Harrington, saxophone
Lottie Enns-Braun, organ


  • Jul 12 2018

    Allen Harrington and Lottie Enns-Braun


    Leonard Enns (1948): Vanishing Point - Con vivo, Slow, peaceful, Adagio

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