Today (May 24) and next Wednesday (May 31) at noon, Central United Methodist Church is hosting free performances by local musicians to showcase historical compositions that have had a lasting impact.
Today, J. Nixon McMillan, an organist who previously led MSU’s Sine Nomine Early Music Ensemble and is currently the rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Albany, New York, will perform works by Johann Pachelbel.
May 31, Samuel Shuler, a high school senior who will attend Hope College in Holland, Michigan, in the fall to study organ performance, will perform works by Eugène Gigout and Léon Boëllmann.
Bring a lunch to enjoy in the church’s library prior to the performances. For more information, visit lansingcentralumc.net/events.
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