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Concert organist to perform in Aspen

Stephen Hamilton, a concert organist and minister of Music Emeritus at the historic Church of the Holy Trinity in New York City, is scheduled to perform next Monday at Aspen Community Church.
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Concert organist Stephen Hamilton will perform at 8 p.m. Monday at Aspen Community Church.

Hamilton is minister of music emeritus at the historic Church of the Holy Trinity (Episcopal) in New York City, where he conducted the semi-professional Holy Trinity Choir and was artistic director of music at Holy Trinity, the church’s subscription concert series for20 years. Hamilton’s program features selections by J.S. Bach, Marcel Dupres, Cesar Franck and others.

Admission is free but donations to help support the church’s music program are greatly appreciated.



The free organ recital series continues July 25 with Kurt Schakel, and Joe Galema returns for the final recital in the series Aug. 8.

Aspen Community Church is located at 200 E. Bleeker St. at the corner of Bleeker and Aspen Streets. For more information visit http://www.aspencommunity church.com or call the church office at 970-925-1571.


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