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Home » Archives » September 2017 » Organ Recital At St. David’s Church

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09/11/2017: "Organ Recital At St. David’s Church"


An Afternoon Of Music For The Organ will be presented by Richard Lind at 3 pm on Sunday, September 17, at St. David’s Episcopal Church, 780 Park Street, in Friday Harbor. He will perform a wide variety of original music for the organ composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, Samuel Barber, Dietrich Buxtehude, Richard Lind, and Guy Morançon.

In addition to the music, brief descriptions of the compositions, period, style, and “organ facts” will be offered. Mr. Lind, a member of the St. David’s Parish, is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Music in organ performance.

There is no charge to attend, but donations will be accepted to be used for instrument maintenance at St. David’s. St. David’s Church is located on the corner of Park and Marguerite with a parking lot off of Marguerite and a lift for those unable to negotiate stairs. For more information, call 360-378-5360.

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