Annual Organ Concert with Contemporary Art to Benefit Broad Bay's A Place for All Capital Campaign
Saturday, May 4 at 7 pm
I walked into the Sanctuary on Monday and gasped. The walls are covered with Penny Moodey's stunning acrylic paintings. They are for sale to benefit A Place for All Capital Campaign.
Organist Jay Zoller is donating this concert of 19th, 20th and 21st century music to Broad Bay's Capital Campaign. If that weren't generous enough, he has also painted paintings for each of the movements of composer Carson Cooman's Third Symphony, based on the scriptures over the five entrances of the Martin-Luther-Kirche in Ulm, Germany. Those paintings will also be for sale to benefit Broad Bay's A Place for All capital campaign.
Due to construction planned for the summer, this is our only organ concert this year.
Come, sit in the 1838 sanctuary. Listen to organ music spanning three centuries. Gaze up at art depicting the beauty of creation. Support the Capital Campaign. Bring your friends. Enjoy!