Mark & Beverly Davis Duo

Concerts at Christ Church will present the Mark & Beverly Davis Duo of classical guitar and mandolin performing a program they’ve entitled “From England to Spain and back again this Sunday, October 20  at 4:00 pm.

The concert will feature music by William Byrd, Jean-Baptiste Lully, Domenico Scarlatti, Antonio Vivaldi, and folksongs from the British Isles.

Tickets are $30 ($25 for seniors and students of any age). For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit concertsatchristchurch.org. Christ Church is located at 1415 Pelhamdale Avenue in Pelham, New York.

The Mark & Beverly Davis Duo, with Beverly on classical guitar and Mark on guitar and mandolin, performs music informed by early folk traditions, classical music, world music and contemporary idioms, showcasing the beauty of sound and the expressive capabilities of plucked strings. Mark Davis is a Grammy-nominated recording artist and Music Director of the Providence Mandolin Orchestra. Mark and Beverly also perform with the New American Mandolin Ensemble and produce the popular North Meadow House Concerts series in the Northeast Connecticut.

Meanwhile, Christ Church anounces that its new Jack Hennigan Memorial organ arrived in Pelham on October 8 and the 8-week process of installing it has begun. The arrival culminates  nearly two years of careful planning, designing, and building.

The organ is the gift of Martin Nash, a member of Christ Church.

This new pipe organ is the product of the Montreal firm Juget-Sinclair Facteurs d’orgues and is the 51st bespoke instrument this company has built. While the team from Juget-Sinclair works to install the organ, Concerts at Christ Church will host an entire season’s worth of great performances in its historic Christ Church.

The Juget-Sinclair, Opus 51 pipe organ will make its public debut on the afternoon of December 8, 2019 at 5:00 pm in an early Christmas celebration of the classic and well-loved Anglican Service of Lessons and Carols. This event will be free and open to the public. A freewill offering will be collected.

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