Sing-along concert to raise organ donation awareness

A trio of music professors will join a UWindsor grad for a concert and sing-along at Windsor’s All Saints’ Church, Sunday, December 16. The event will raise money for organ donation awareness.

Pianist Gregory Butler and organist David Palmer have been asked for several years to put on a special Christmas performance but have never had time until now.

“Not only have we found the time to do this, but All Saints’ has graciously provided the space,” Dr. Butler posted on the website of sponsor Sport Fest Windsor.

The Butler/Palmer Christmas Wish Concert will feature a compilation of Christmas and seasonal music, and will include a guest appearance by music alumnus Alexander Zonjic (BMA 1975), a flutist. Professor emeritus Richard Householder will lead the audience sing-along.

Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 for students and seniors, $10 for children. They may be purchased through the School of Music or at several local businesses, including the Penalty Box Restaurant, Ouellette’s Musical Instruments and Butler Chiropractic.

All Saints’ Anglican Church is located at 330 City Hall Square West. Find more information on the website of the School for Arts and Creative Innovation or Sports Fest Windsor.

— by Jessica Hoffman

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