The First Presbyterian Church of Baldwinsville is excited to announce a concert to be presented on Sunday, October 27th at 3 pm in the church sanctuary.  This concert is part of the church’s 200th anniversary celebration and will commemorate the music and musicians of the church past and present.

Selections presented on the 1871 Johnson Tracker Organ include works by Bach, Messien, Karg-Elert and more as played by organist Emma Mrowka and emeritus organists Julie Grindle and Steven Uhl.  The Senior Choir and Bell Choir will perform under the direction of Rheta Jenks.

Solo vocal music selections by Vaughan Williams, Virgil Thompson, and Leonard Bernstein will be presented by Dr. David Rudari and soprano Margaret Sollish.  Flutist Kathy Bowen and Piper Ralph Loomis will perform selections that will include works by Handel, Goddard, as well as several traditional folk songs for pipes and whistles, with Pam Loomis also playing whistle.

The concert is free and open to the public with refreshments to follow.  The church is located at 64 Oswego Street (Rt. 48), just north of the village four corners.