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Evansville Chapter Newsletter
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MARCH MEETING REPORT
Our BACH-A-THON on March 17 was a great day of music making. Those who performed and others who attended and contributed can be very proud of their support for our chapter and the future of the organ.
As of this writing, we have a total income of $850. Here is the list of people who contributed by performing, contributing money, or both. Please consider making a contribution so that your name can be added to the list for future publications. If you have already contributed (cash) and your name is not on the list, please call Jenni Taylor. And thanks again to everyone who contributed time, talent, and treasure.
Hope Nelson has a new address: 2537 Leisure Lane, Evansville IN 47720.
Mary Beth Mowrey's phone number is incorrect in the membership booklet. The correct number is (812) 475-0079.
Kevin Ellersbusch's email address has changed: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 19 (today!) Eastertide Hymn Festival with University of Evansville Women's Choir and Area Church Choirs, Neu Chapel, 6:00 p.m.
April 22 Evansville Philharmonic Chorus, St. Pauls Episcopal Church, Henderson KY, 5 South Green Street, 3:00 PM, $10.00
April 27 Baroque Coffeehouse: Delectable Sweets and Musical Treats, $ 15 admission, benefit for Patchwork Central. The Meetinghouse, 100 Washington, Evansville IN 47713, 7 to 10 PM. Performers include Helen Skuggedal Reed, harpsichord, Evansville Chamber Singers, Lora Blaylock, Adam Hape, Jill Hemminger, Emily Korb.
April 28 First Presbyterian Church Sacred Arts Concert
May 5 Evansville Philharmonic Chorus, St. Boniface Church, 420 W Wabash Ave,
Evansville IN 47712. 8 PM. Tickets are $10, available in advance from Chorus
members or by calling 812-425-5050.
St. Luke Lutheran Church needs an organist. St. Luke is located at 4200 Epworth Rd. and is an ELCA congregation of approximately 80 active members. The current organist has resigned effective the end of March. We will need someone who ideally could play for a 5:30 p.m. Saturday service as well as for a 10:00 a.m. Sunday service. Ability to play the Lutheran liturgy is desireable but not essential, however must be learned.
If it is not possible for one person to play for both services, we would consider employing one individual for Sat. eve. and another person for Sunday. The individual(s) hired will be playing an Allen organ that is about 15 years old. The salary for this position will be based on the individuals skilll and experience.
If you know of anyone who might be interested in this position, I would appreciate you having them contact me either by:
Jeff Lyons writes..."Who around here plays/knows about theatre organ music? I wish I could find some literature on the style and some music written for the instrument. Other than the Wurlitzer at Vincennes U., is there a theatre organ in or near Evansville? Who would be a good teacher for this?"
Thanks, Jeff Lyons