Concert, carol sing open to public
LOCK HAVEN — St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in downtown on East Main Street will host a Christmas concert and carol sing Sunday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m.
The choir, directed by Kim Feerrar and assisted by Pat Helbley on the organ, will sing familiar anthems as well as some new music.
Elaine Barth, Beth Young, Andrew Barrett, Zach Hosterman and Sheila Carol will sing vocal solos.
Instrumental soloists will include Lock Haven University Band Director Seth Wollam playing “Christmas Time is Here” on the sax, Jamie Castillo and his daughter Melissa performing harp and soprano duets, Charles Tricou performing “Highland Cathedral” on the bagpipe, Allison Wollam playing a flashy flute solo based on music from The Nutcracker Suite, and David Watt playing a piano solo.
The Fair Weather Brass Quartet, featuring Dave Sorgen and Ron Miller on trumpet, Shelley Sorgen on French horn, and Glenn Hosterman on trombone, will play prelude music and a special piece during the concert accompanied by Kathleen Malenke.
The program is free to the public, and refreshments will follow. Everyone is invited to enjoy an evening of Christmas music by talented local performers in the high quality acoustics of St. Paul’s sanctuary.