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Music at the Red Door in West Hartford Will Feature St. John's Organist

Music at the Red Door begins its season with ‘Pipes Alive’ Organist Scott Lamlein.

Scott Lamlein. Submitted photo

Scott Lamlein. Submitted photo


Music at the Red Door presents the return of its “Pipes Alive!” Organ Recital Series, featuring St. John’s own organist, Scott Lamlein playing the mighty Austin organ. The free half-hour concert will take place at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 5 at St. John’s Episcopal Church in West Hartford.

Organist Scott Lamlein will play original works by local composers Peter Niedmann and Christa Rakich, who will be playing later on this series. He will also play J.S. Bach’s monumental Prelude and Fugue in E-flat (St. Anne.) The Pipes Alive! Series will continue on the first Sunday of every month, February through May, featuring local and talented organists.

St. John’s Episcopal Church is located at 679 Farmington Ave., near Prospect Avenue in West Hartford. The church is wheelchair accessible and has ample free parking. St. John’s Episcopal Church is a vibrant parish, which comes together in beauty and grace to celebrate and share the gifts of God. We strive, with God’s help, to listen, connect, serve, and grow. At St. John’s, we seek to create and offer exciting opportunities to make spiritual connections with God and with one another. That offer is made to both members and visitors alike. The clergy and lay leadership of St. John’s hopes that those connections will be meaningful and lasting for each and every one of us.

For more information about this and other upcoming concerts, please visit www.reddoormusic.org; call 860-523-5201, or e-mail[email protected].

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