Message from the Webmaster & Newsletter Editor
Our monthly newsletter, Principal Pipings is on break for the summer. However, planning is underway for another full upcoming season.
In the meantime, for those who plan recitals and events, please send details to me at email@example.com for our events page and newsletter. Also, if anyone has attended any of the AGO conventions please consider sharing any pictures or stories that you might have. The newsletter resumes in August.
Dr. Wesley Roberts wins for the first submissisions promoting the Campbellsville Noon Organ Recital Series, including a performance by Brazilian organist Marcelo Giannini, currently principal organist at the Temple of Carouge in Geneva. In addition to a master class for students at Campbellsville he'll play a number of recitals during his visit to the Bluegrass in October, including at Campbellsville, Gethsemani Abbey and Lexington's Cathedral of Christ the King. See our events page for details.
POE Coming to Lexington in 2016
Thanks to Lexington AGO member Zach Klobnak, Lexington will host a POE in the summer of 2016! Please consider how you might help with arrangements. Volunteers are needed!
Kentucky Bach Choir
The Kentucky Bach Choir will perform the first Cantata of J. S. Bach's Christmas Oratorio and Mozart's Solemn Vespers on Sunday, December 6 at 7:00 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church of Lexington. 2015 Audrey Rooney Vocal Competition Winner Erica Intilangelo, soprano, will be featured.
Admission $25 - General; $20 - Seniors (65+); $10 - Students
Sponsors for 2014-2015
Thanks very much to the following for sponsoring our newsletter and website!! And thanks to Larry Sharp for making all of the arrangements.
- Asbury University
- B. Rule
- Goulding and Wood
Be a Member! Join the Lexington AGO Chapter
Joining the AGO is easy and can be done online via the AGO National website. You can join as a chapter member, join as an independent member, or subscribe to the TAO magazine. Those who prefer not to join online can contact our chapter dean, Jane Johnson, jhjohn -at- email.uky.edu.
The purpose of the American Guild of Organists is to promote the organ in its historic and evolving roles, to encourage excellence in the performance of organ and choral music, and to provide a forum for mutual support, inspiration, education, and certification of Guild members.