Monte Maxwell in Concert August 26

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Monte Maxwell, Organist, will perform at The Church of the Holy Trinity (Oxford MD) on Saturday evening August 26, 2017 at 7 p.m.  Mr. Maxwell presently serves as Chapel Organist, Director of Chapel Music and the Midshipmen Symphony Orchestra at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis MD.  One of Mr. Maxwell’s annual events is the standing room only All Saints’ Day Organ Concert, a favorite of the USNA and greater Annapolis Community.  In addition, Mr. Maxwell performs during the year in concert during Commissioning Week, for Protestant and Catholic services, weddings, memorial services, funerals, and manages the Chapel Organ Concert Series, featuring guest organists from around the world.  Performing in numerous concert halls, churches, and cathedrals, Mr. Maxwell dazzles audiences with his ability to bring the audience and music together as one.  Innovative use of sound, superb technique, and amazing audience rapport leaves the audience spellbound.  Mr. Maxwell shares the highest level of music teachings from The Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia), The Juilliard School of Music (NYC), and Texas Christian University, Fort Worth.   During his performing career, Mr. Maxwell has performed throughout the United States, South America, Eastern and Western Europe, Canada as a concert artist and with Broadway artists, members of the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, the New York Philharmonic, and the Philadelphia Orchestra.Special venues have been Lincoln Center (NYC), St. Patrick’s Cathedral, The Kennedy Center (DC), St. Peter’s Basilica (Rome), and Spreckels Organ Pavilion (San Diego CA).  In his free time, Mr. Maxwell enjoys the world of rollercoasters!

The Church of the Holy Trinity is excited to present Monte Maxwell in concert.  Please come and experience this amazing musician.  Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.  A free will offering will be taken to defray concert expenses.  All are welcome.  We are located at 502 South Morris Street, Oxford MD.  Please contact 410-226-5134 with any questions.

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