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Emory & Henry College Memorial Chapel
This recital is a free tapestry of celebratory music, particularly reflecting Easter joy. Solo organ selections for the program includes compositions of Johann Sebastian Bach, “Variations on All Things Bright and Beautiful” by James M. Bates, and Dan Locklair’s “In Mystery and Wonder.” In addition, Susan Bates collaborates with Robert Wells, baritone, and the E&H Concert Choir in a presentation of Ralph Vaughn-Williams’ “Five Mystical Songs.” Bates has been organist for several Moravian Music Festivals, featured in the Eastern Music Festival organ galas. In 1999 she was honored to participate in Mass at the Vatican in Rome. This event will take place at 7:30pm on Tuesday, April 17 Emory & Henry College faculty, staff and students are admitted free of charge. Admission for others is $12 at the door; $10 in advance; $8 for individuals 55 years or older and students from other institutions. Call 276.944.6846 or email@example.com This event is partially funded by the East Tennessee/Southwest Virginia chapter of the American Guild of Organists.