In February 2008 the Paul Winter Consort won its 6th Grammy Award.

Dorothy’s appearances with the Paul Winter Consort:

April 2008 - Triphony Hall, Tokyo
May 2007 - Misono Hall, Shiga, Japan
May 2006 - Triphony Hall, Tokyo,
Hatsukaichi Cuture Hall, Hiroshima
Memorial Cathedral for World Peace, Hiroshima
Misono Hall, Shiga, Japan
May 2005 - Misono Hall, Shiga, Japan
July 2004 - Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, Singapore
May 2004 - Misono Hall, Shiga Japan
Feb 2004 - Tokyo Opera City, Tokyo
Takanemachi Fureai Hall, Yamanashi
Biwako Hall, Shiga

Dorothy first played organ with the Paul Winter Consort in 1984. In 1987 she began playing the Consort’s annual Winter Solstice, St. Francis Day and Carnival celebrations at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC. In 1995, Paul Winter & Dorothy created Summer Solstice as a fund raising tool for the Cathedral’s Great Organ Restoration Fund. What started out as a single 4AM sunrise concert has evolved into what Paul calls “our most profound event of the year,” spawning some of the Consort’s most acclaimed recordings.

As a duo, Paul & Dorothy have played many Cathedral Christmas Eve’s and Easter mornings; sax & organ concerts for Earth Day at Washington’s National Cathedral, for Vietnamese Zen Buddhist Monk Thich Nat Hanh with Judy Collins at Riverside Church; and for the 60th commemoration of the atomic bombings at the Memorial Cathedral for World Peace in Hiroshima, Japan. Paul & Dorothy were also featured artists on the Esplanade Theatre’s Pedals and Pipes Concert Series in Singapore.

At Misono Hall in Shiga, Japan Dorothy performs on the spectacular, world famous Royal Five Organ which began life as a 1974 Rodgers touring organ designed & played by Virgil Fox. After brief service at Garden Grove’s Crystal Cathedral it found a new home in 1985 in Shinji Shumekai’s monumental Founders Hall. A 2004 refurbishment by Rodgers has made the Royal Five the "emperor" of digital organs.

Eugene Friesen

Paul Halley

Paul McCandless

Royal Five Organ


Paul Sullivan

Glen Velez

Eliot Wadopian

Paul Winter