The Peter Pelham Concert Series presented by Bruton Parish Church in sponsoring a progressive dinner and series of concerts from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, in downtown Williamsburg.
Each of the evening’s four courses will be followed by a brief program on one of Williamsburg's organs.
The evening begins at the Christopher Wren Building on the campus of the College of William and Mary. Guests will enjoy wine and cheese and hear a recital by James Darling, organist emeritus of Bruton Parish Church, on one of America's oldest pipe organs.
The next stop will be Williamsburg Presbyterian Church, where guests will enjoy a garden salad followed by a recital by organist Norman Elton.
The main course of rosemary pork loin with apple stuffing and seasonal vegetables will be enjoyed at the Bruton Parish House for a main course, followed by a recital at the church given by Rebecca Davy and JanEl Will.
Finally, guests will close the evening with assorted cheesecakes, coffee and tea in the Williamsburg United Methodist Church fellowship hall. At the church, Thomas Marshall will highlight the new Peragallo organ.
Advanced reservations are required, and are available for $30 online at www.brutonparish.org or at the Bruton Parish Church office by contacting Christine Britton at 757-345-2947 or by email at email@example.com. The event is expected to sell out.
This fundraiser is organized by the participating organists and the Tidewater Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun