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Mon June 16, 2014
Sounds of Summer 2: Exploring the Tones and Colors of Organs in Winston-Salem - Concert Tonight
Sounds of the Summer 2: Exploring the Tones and Colors of Organs in Winston-Salem continues tonight featuring the Hook & Hastings organ at Calvary Moravian Church and performances by Mary Lou Kapp Peeples, Margaret Mueller and Ray Ebert. Sounds of Summer Co-founder, organist Dreama Lovitt spoke with David Ford about this remarkable performance series. He began by asking about her new piece for organ.
Sounds of the Summer: Exploring the Tones and Colors of Organs in Winston-Salem will be tonight at 7PM in Calvary Moravian Church featuring the lush, warm sounds of that church’s 1926 Hook & Hastings organ. Programs are a family-friendly, fun music, 45-minutes max, they’re free, and open to the public.