Organist Olivier Latry, titular organist of Notre Dame de Paris, in performance at Calvary Episcopal Church in Pittsburgh for an
Organ Artists Series concert.
The Organ Artists Series (OAS) Committee hosts world-renowned performers at concerts in Pittsburgh several times each year. Over a hundred organists have visited Pittsburgh in the past 35+ years under the sponsorship of this series. Visit that link for information about these special concerts.
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.
Pittsburgh History at May Meeting By Donna Groom - Sub-Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chopped greens salad with side fixings: eggs, carrots, tomatoes, cheese, cucumbers and 3 dressings
Pennsylvania Hatfield kielbasa with peppers and onions
Hand breaded chicken breasts with side gravy
Halushki with Napa cabbage and scallions
Skillet green beans
Soft rolls and butter
Angel food cake with fresh strawberries and whipped cream
What does a metal organ pipe, a pencil and the confluence of the rivers all have in common? A point! For our May meeting we are going to have a pep rally to review some of the history of our great city of Pittsburgh! Robert Stakeley, Education Outreach Coordinator and Suzanne Gilliland, Volunteer Ambassador for the Heinz History Center will present the program. You may even win some fabulous prizes on how historical you are that evening! Come and have a great time!
The meeting will be held Monday, May 18, 2015 at Mount Lebanon Lutheran Church, 975 Washington Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15228 412.563.0300. Get your reservations in early! Special thanks goes out to Larry Allen and the Church for their generosity in hosting our meeting. We appreciate everything!
I want to thank all of you for your support and friendship these past 2 years as I've served you as Sub-Dean.
I have enjoyed every moment and have learned so much. We truly have a fabulous Chapter!
Never come to a Chapter meeting before? Worried that it's stuffy and you won't know anyone? Don't know why you should come?
Be just and fear not! The Pittsburgh AGO Chapter is a friendly group that starts off the meeting with chit-chat around 6PM and has a wonderful buffet dinner every month (only $18). Dieting? Skip the dinner and come for the program; it's free and a benefit to you as a member.
Reservations are required if you're coming to the dinner in advance (10 days); you can make one at www.pitago.org (the Dinner Reservations link above/left) or contact email@example.com if you need more information or to make your reservation.
Do something different in the New Year and come to the meeting - you'll be glad you did!