Thursday, April 30, 2009

concert in Pullman Sunday 5/3

Just got this from a friend in Pullman:

***** SPECIAL ORGAN CONCERT Sunday 5/3 at 4 p.m. ***** at Greenstone Methodist Church featuring noted organist James Russell Brown (presented by Chicago-Midwest Chapter Organ Historical Society), a tribute to church member & organist Bill Lang (deceased last year), suggested donation to benefit the organ maintenance fund $5.00.

James Russell Brown has performed at National Cathedral, Harvard University, University of Vermont, University of Connecticut, Stetson University, and in the Chicago area with The City Musick, Chicago Baroque Ensemble, His Majestie’s Clerkes, and Bach Week in Evanston, and in solo recitals at Holy Name Cathedral, St. James Cathedral, Fourth Presbyterian Church, St. Luke’s Church (Evanston), and other locations. He is the Director of the Organ and Early Music Program at the Music Institute of Chicago where he also teaches organ and harpsichord. Since 1985 he has served as Organist and Director of Music for St. Giles Episcopal Church, Northbrook . In 2008 he joined the faculty at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb where he teaches both organ and harpsichord.

The Greenstone church is located 11211 S. St. Lawrence Avenue in Historic Pullman (Chicago). Free on-street parking; refreshments following. For further info, call 773-785-1492 or 773-370-3305

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