Concert on Sunday

This Sunday, the Tower Trio will perform at the First Presbyterian Church in Goshen, New York. Program is at 3 PM and is free, though offerings are gladly received. A simple reception follows.

The Tower Trio consists of the founders of the Powers and Hall Duo, Jonathan Hall and Bill Powers, and Mary Lee Farris, a noted mezzo-soprano.

Program features not only vocal repertoire but music for organ, piano, harpsichord, saxophone, and flute. Three keyboards, two woodwinds, one diva. Perfect!

Ample parking.

Enjoy the spectacular Tiffany windows and 19th century ambience as you enjoy classics from Henry Purcell (“Musick for a While”)  to Ernest Charles (“When I Have Sung My Songs”).

Before you leave Goshen, have a look at the trotting racetrack–the cradle of this sport–and learn about the great Hambletonian, foaled in Sugar Loaf and sire of most of the nation’s trotting horses.

About Jonathan B. Hall

Keyboard artist, sacred musician, teacher, writer, working in New York City and State. Many interests include music theory and history, literature, astronomy, genealogy, philosophy and theology, gardening, and good food. Cat lover, too.
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