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Palm Sunday Organ Concert at St. George's Episcopal Church

Friday, March 7, 2008

The Wabash Valley Chapter of the American Guild of Organists invites you to its Spring Concert, Palm Sunday Afternoon, March 16, 2008 at 3:30 at St. George's Episcopal Church, West Terre Haute, Indiana. An informal reception will follow the concert. The public is invited to attend. No admission charge.

The one-hour concert will provide a variety of music appropriate for this day in the Christian Church. ?The music will represent the color of the delightful Chamber Organ at St. George's providing variety through sound, rhythm, and the talent of members of the Wabash Valley Chapter of the AGO (American Guild of Organists). The St. George instrument, while smaller, will provide the listener with a delightful afternoon of sound provided by dedicated, local church musicians.

Organists performing will be Frank Acker, Immanuel Lutheran Church in Terre Haute; Charlotte Norris, Church of Immaculate Conception, St. Mary-of-the-Woods; Bill Cain, Centenary United Methodist Church, and David Gibbs, Memorial Methodist Church, both in Terre Haute; Trish Eccles, St. George's Episcopal Church, West Terre Haute; and Damian Macey, St Mary's Catholic Church, Marshall, IL. vocalist performing will be Julia Meehling, also from St Mary's Catholic Church, Marshall, IL.

St. George's Episcopal Church is located at 1337 North Smith Place in West Terre Haute. From the intersection of US 40 and Highway 150, drive north on Hwy 150, cross the railroad tracks, go past the Lazy L Lake, and turn west (left) onto Gannon Road. An "Episcopal church welcomes you" sign is a clear landmark. Drive past Concannon School, and turn right onto Smith Place -- another "Episcopal church welcomes you" sign is at this intersection. St. George's is a couple blocks down on your right.

For more information, contact: Gary Jenkins, Dean, AGO (812) 234-3784



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