Pedals, Pipes & Pizza

A Hands-on Introduction to the “King of Instruments” – Totally Free!

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Wallingford, CT

Saturday, March 16, 2019
9AM– 1PM

FREE—Pizza lunch provided! (Signup required)

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The New Haven Chapter of the American Guild of Organists invites young pianists, ages 8-18, to a fun day of exploring the “King of Instruments,” the pipe organ. The event will take place on Saturday, March 16, 2019, from 9am-1pm in Wallingford, CT. We will start at the Seymour St. John Chapel on the campus of Choate Rosemary Hall, walk to First Congregational Church (23 S Main St) and end at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (65 N Main St), where we will have a pizza lunch together.

For centuries, the organ was the largest and most complicated machinery invented by humans. The instrument still fascinates students and music lovers of all ages with its thousands of pipes and rich pallet of musical colors. Students will get to listen to demonstrations of three majestic pipe organs. They will also receive individual time, with a coach, to explore one of the instruments. Students can bring pieces they have studied on the piano and can try those out on the organ. Expert teachers and organ technicians from the organist guild will volunteer their time to demonstrate how organs work and how they are played. The day will end with a free pizza lunch. Piano teachers in the greater New Haven area are encouraged to let their students know about this opportunity to learn about another family of keyboard instruments!

The mission of the American Guild of Organists is to enrich lives through organ and choral music. To achieve this, we:Pedals Pipes Pizza 2013 with Tom and Joe

• Encourage excellence in the performance of organ and choral music;
• Inspire, educate, and offer certification for organists and choral conductors;
• Provide networking, fellowship, and mutual support;
• Nurture future generations of organists;
• Promote the organ in its historic and evolving roles; and
• Engage wider audiences with organ and choral music.

For questions about this event, see contact info below.

Contact:

Vivienne McKay, Dean, New Haven Chapter of the American Guild of Organists

Email:  info@sacredmusicct.org