St. Mary’s-In-Tuxedo will host an organ and violin concert on May 16
Rachel Crozier will play a solo by Tomaso Albinoni as part of the organ and violin concert on May 16 at St. MaryþÄôs-In-Tuxedo Episcopal Church in Tuxedo Park.
Director of Music Jimrae Lenser will present works by composers J.S. Bach, Dietrich Buxtehude and Nicolas Le Begue, among others at the organ and violin concert scheduled for May 16 at St. MaryþÄôs-In-Tuxedo Episcopal Church.
TUXEDO PARK — St. Mary’s-In-Tuxedo Episcopal Church will host a concert of organ and violin on Saturday, May 16, at 6 p.m.
All are invited and there will be a reception following the concert to meet the performers.
Director of Music Jimrae Lenser will present works by composers J.S. Bach, Dietrich Buxtehude and Nicolas Le Begue, Fanfare by French Romantic organist, Jacques Nicolas Lemmens.
In addition, selections by American composers, Dr. Paul O. Manz, Donald Busarow and Gordon Young will be presented.
Trumpet tunes/Ayre by German Baroque composer, Georg Philipp Telemann will be part of the concert on the church’s 3-manual, 35-rank, 2000-pipe organ.
Meanwhile, Julliard graduate and symphony performer Rachel Crozier will play a solo by Tomaso Albinoni.
A free-will offering will be welcomed for the organ maintenance fund.
The church is located at 10 Fox Hill Road, Tuxedo Park.
RSVP by calling 845-351-5122.
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