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Farewell Concert by Gregory Eaton This Sunday Evening, June 15

Gregory Eaton, the departing Music Director of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church, will give a farewell concert on the church’s historic Skinner organ this Sunday evening, June 15, starting at 7:00. The concert is free and all are invited. Mr. Eaton will play a selection of favorites from his 21 year tenure at […]

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St. Ann’s Church Lays Off Two Staff, Including Music Director Gregory Eaton

According to the Eagle St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, located at Clinton and Montague streets, has been forced by budgetary considerations to lay off two staff members, a sexton, or custodian (another remains on staff), and 21 year veteran Music Director Gregory Eaton. Although Eaton’s concerts have been effective fund-raisers for the church, […]

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Last Minute Weekend Suggestions: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

Gregory Eaton, Musical Director at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, has brought melody forth from the Church’s 1925 vintage Skinner pipe organ for the past twenty years. On Sunday evening, November 17, starting at 7:00, he will present a concert at St. Ann, located at the corner of Clinton and Montague (enter from […]

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Rag on the Organ? Scott Joplin Concert at St. Ann’s Tomorrow

Scott Joplin was known as the “King of Ragtime.” His music is typically played on piano, but tomorrow (Saturday, March 10) afternoon, starting at 2:00, the Brooklyn Chapter of the American Guild of Organists will present a “Lecture-Demonstration by Gregory Eaton” at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, Clinton and Montague Streets (enter on […]

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