Glasgow Organ Series show set 12.04.08

Written by David Green.

The second performance in this season’s Glasgow Organ Series is scheduled Sunday afternoon at the Fayette Opera House.

Organist Wayne Carpenter, accompanied by his daughter, Caroline, will perform Christmas music at a concert beginning at 3 p.m. A reception will follow the performance.

Carpenter is a retired school teacher with 43 years of teaching experience. He has served as a church organist for more than 50 years and currently serves the Wellsville United Methodist Church.

He also served as an accompanist for a gospel quartet for 20 years.

He and his wife, Cecelia, have led many youth and adult touring groups to Europe.

The Carpenters’ daughter, Caroline Ambrose, has a long list of musical accomplishments. She currently serves as the church organist for the Grace United Methodist Church in Britton, Mich.

Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10. Seniors receive a $2 discount. For groups of 10 or more, call 419/237-3111 to buy a block of tickets at $6 each.

Parkers Corners in the Opera House will be open during and after the performance for holiday shopping. The shop features unique arts and crafts pieces made by local crafters.

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