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George Davey, Organist

February 4 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


George Davey will present the fifth in St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church’s First Tuesday One O’Clock Concert 2019-2020 series with music by Vierne, Shearing and Sowande.

George Davey is the Organist and Choirmaster at St. George’s Episcopal Anglican Church, Brooklyn. He conducts their Chancel, Gospel Male Chorus, Festival Chorus and Youth Choirs and manages the recital series there. George is also the accompanist for and on the faculty of the Newark Boys Chorus in Newark, New Jersey, and has performed with them in Grand Cayman, Great Britain, Wales, Spain and Portugal, Canada and throughout the United States. A recent recipient of the “outstanding citizen” citation from the New York City Council, George holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Atlantic Union College and a Master of Sacred Music degree from Boston University.  He is an active member of the American Guild of Organists and The American Choral Directors Association.

The First Tuesday One O’Clock Concert series is curated by Dr. Gregory D’Agostino, St. Ann’s Organist and Director of Music, and features New York’s finest musicians. The concerts take place on the first Tuesday of each month and are free; however, St. Ann’s welcomes donations in support of the restoration fund for our historic five-manual Skinner organ. Please join us!

Join us also at the following upcoming organ concerts of the series:

March 3, 2020
Chris Creaghan
Music by Bach, Widor, Wertsch, Hebble and Bednall

April 7, 2020
Michał Szostak
Music by Back, Vierne and an Improvisation

May 5, 2020
David Hirst
Music by Holst, Alcock and Elgar

June 2, 2020
Andrew Henderson
Music by Elgar, Howells, Weaver and Widor

More information about the First Tuesday One O’Clock Concert series, including last year’s programs, is available here.


February 4
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church
157 Montague Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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