Historic organ gets a fourth life

A full church Sunday (March 27) witnessed the dedication of the Main Street (Binghamton) Baptist Church’s Russell organ, a rebuilt, renovated and upgraded instrument embracing parts of three previous generations of pipe organs. Binghamton native Andrew Kotylo, currently Associate Director of Music at Trinity Church on the Green in New Haven, Conn., showed off the expanded organ’s capabilities. The concert celebrated the culmination of an eight-year project, inspired by Andrew’s father, Joseph Kotylo, who has been Main Street Baptist’s organist for 35 years.

By |2011-03-29T09:01:05+00:00March 29th, 2011|Broome Arts Mirror, Review|

French-Canadian organ accompanies British choral music

Organist and Church Musician Peter Browne and the Mixed Choir of Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church, Binghamton, presented a concert May 23 of British choral music from “Byrd to Britten and Beyond.” This concert was the second in a series featuring the 50-year old Casavant organ. This program demonstrated the recently refurbished instrument for choral accompaniment.

By |2010-05-30T18:52:33+00:00May 30th, 2010|Broome Arts Mirror, Review|