Midday Melodies in Taunton Continues in October and Concludes in Early November
Thursday noontimes and one evening of pipe organ music, played on 130-year-old pipe organ -- All programs are free and open to all.
In recognition of its 200th birthday, Taunton’s Pilgrim Congregational Church at 45 Broadway continues in October and November to feature the sounds of its 1891 Johnson Organ, which was rebuilt in the mid 1990's by the Roche Organ Company of Taunton. Organists from the American Guild of Organists are featured in the series of free organ music programs.
Midday Melodies, the series of free, one-hour noontime programs of organ music, is being played on consecutive Thursdays from 12 noon to 1 pm, continuing through October 21st, with a full two-hour final concert taking place on Saturday, November 6th at 4 p.m.
The following musicians from the American Guild of Organists will perform in the October Midday Melodies series:
October 7 Mary-Katherine Fletcher, Dighton
October 14 Cheryl Duerr, Brewster
October 21 Randall Steere, Westford
The final, two-hour bi-centennial organ concert on Saturday, November 6th at 4 pm. will be played by Steven Young of Bridgewater, the organizer of the concert series and a member of the American Guild of Organists.