September’s celebration of Couperin was a lovely start to the program year. October’s meeting is in the exotic locale of Vashon Island, where there are three “organ transplants” of interest—an 1896 Felgemaker, a c. 1900 Estey, and a Moller Artiste. If you are interested in going on October 13, please read member Carl Kishline’s announcement for details. Carpooling is encouraged, and remember to bring some music!
The November meeting will be on Monday, November 12, at the Ness Family Chapel at Pacific Lutheran University (top floor of the Karen Hille Phillips Performing Arts Center, formerly Eastvold). I will be sharing psalm settings, organized by the liturgical year and led by a small choir. This would be a great time to invite your choir director/choir members to share in a primarily choral event.