Here’s a FREE fun Friday activity to do with the kids: Trinity United Methodist Church’s “Fall Fridays Noon-Time Concert Series” in Savannah.
The five 30-minute concerts – which are open to the public – will be on Fridays from October 17 to November 14.
Performances start at 12:15 p.m. in the sanctuary of Trinity, 225 W. President Street.
Complimentary lemonade and PERC Coffee will be served afterward.
The concerts feature a variety of professional, working musicians, many of whom are members of the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and are professional recording artists, and university professors. Performances will be recorded and possibly used for programming on Georgia Public Broadcasting.
One performance will spotlight the theremin, an electronic instrument associated with the music of 1940s and 1950s sci-fi films.
The series is sponsored by Smart & Harris Law Firm and Fairhaven Funeral Home/Hubert C. Baker Chapel.
Founded in 1848, Trinity is the oldest Methodist church in Savannah.
Fall Fridays Schedule
October 17 – Oboe and Marimba in recital
Andrew Ripley, oboe – Jesse Monkman, marimba
October 24 – Theremin Concert, Music of the Future
Richard Leo Johnson, guitar and theremin – Ricardo Ochoa, violin and theremin
October 31 – Mozart Horn Quintet
Michael Daly, french horn; Ricardo Ochoa, violin; Yvonne Johnson, viola; Hannah Brown, viola; Annelise Nelson, cello
November 7 – Songs of Kurt Weill and Music Between the Wars
Emily Grundstad-Hall, soprano; Benjamin Warsaw, piano
November 14 – Mozart Oboe Quartet
Andrew Ripley, oboe; Ricardo Ochoa, violin; Yvonne Johnson, viola; Annelise Nelson, cello
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