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“An Organist and Friends”

Christ Episcopal Church invites the community to a “Sundays at 4” summer
concert sponsored by the church. The concert, on Sunday, July 24, 2016, at
4 pm, will be presented by Christ Church Organist Emeritus Douglas
Moorehead. Performing with Doug on the program will be Nancy Streufert,
flute, and Helen Winfrey, clarinet. The concert is free and open to the
public. A free-will offering will be collected. The church is located on the
corner of 15th and H Streets in Eureka. Off-street parking is available at the
corner of 14th and G Streets. Handicapped accessible entrance is on 15th
Street, between G and H Streets.
The program will include a variety of music from different eras and of
different compositional styles – baroque, classic, romantic, and contemporary
(20th-century). Featured composers include J.S. Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart, Francis Poulenc, Marcel Dupré, and Richard Purvis.
The concert will be an opportunity to hear the Kegg pipe organ as a solo
instrument, as well as in duet with the clarinet (on the second movement of
Mozart’s Quintet in A for Clarinet and Strings). A piece for piano and flute by
Francis Poulenc will round out the program.
Douglas Moorehead is a former Organist and Music Director at Christ
Episcopal Church, retiring in 2013 after 30 years of service. He continues to
serve as a substitute organist for several local churches. He oversaw the
2008 installation of the magnificent Kegg pipe organ and acoustical
renovations at Christ Church, which have made Christ Church a wonderful
venue for concerts.
Helen Winfrey (clarinet) is a retired music educator who continues to be
active with musical endeavors, including playing with the College of the
Redwoods Concert Band and the local All Season’s Orchestra.
The Rev. Nancy Streufert (flute) is an associate priest at Christ Church
(Eureka) and St. Alban’s (Arcata). She is an active musician, singing with the
church choir and the Eureka Symphony Chorus, and playing the flute for
church as well as community events, including the Eureka Heritage Society
Fall Home Tours.
The “Sundays at 4” concerts are free and open to the community. Please
join us – and invite your friends and family for an enjoyable concert featuring
music for organ, organ and clarinet, and piano and flute. It’s a delightful

way to top off the weekend! For directions or questions visit:
https://christchurcheureka.org/contact/