Presented by: The Annapolis Chapter of the AGO, Music at St. Anne’s, and the Peabody Institute.
St. Anne’s Episcopal Church is the historic church located on Church Circle in Annapolis. It sits on a hill overlooking historic Annapolis. Organ students from Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore will perform on the church’s unique Freiburger Orgelbau pipe organ. They will play for the 5:30 evening worship service and present a recital beginning at 6:15.
The organ at St. Anne’s is a tracker built by the German organ builder Freiburger Orgelbau and installed in 1975.
Street parking in the area is very limited. The closest parking garage is Gott’s Garage, which can be accessed from Calvert Street or Northwest Street. It is just half a block from the church.
Bonus social activity: Following the recital, several of us would like to have dinner together at Galway Bay restaurant, on Maryland Ave. near the church. We plan to make a reservation. Please let Betsy Lord know, through the contact form on our website, if you would like to be part of the group, by March 20.
Looking for fresh ideas of practical organ music to add to your service repertoire?
Join us at St. Martin’s in-the-Field Episcopal Church in Severna Park for an evening of performances by chapter members. Dr. HyeSung Hwang is hosting our gathering as we are treated to music on the church’s 25 rank Schantz organ, installed in 2007.
Henry Wroblewski is coordinating the event, which will begin at 7:00. . Contact him by clicking below if you have any questions. Please join us and plan to stay for refreshments following. The church is located at 375 Benfield Rd, Severna Park, MD.