Toronto Organist performs in Barrie

 

Organist Andrew Adair will be in Barrie next week to perform a solo program for the Music at St. Andrew’s noon-hour concert series.

He has performed for the series in the past as well as Colours of Music and has become known for his work with Bach’s music.

While he was at the University of Toronto University, studying John Tuttle, Adair became assistant organist at the historic Church of St. Mary Magdalene, where he currently serves as director of music and organist, a position he has held since 2013.

In between, he served as associate director of music at St. James’s Cathedral, Toronto, where he contributed regularly to the recital series, playing well over 100 programs.

Music at St. Andrew’s features Adair on Wednesday, June 19 at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 47 Owen at Worsley St., 12 noon. Admission is $10 for adults, free for students. For more information call 705-726-1181.

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