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Robert Nicholls, at first CU Noon Organ Recital of school year

2014-09-04 - 429 N Central Avenue, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Kasey Ricketts. Local arts scene: First CU Noon Organ Recital 2014-2015 - Robert Nicholls, well-known conductor and organist at First Presbyterian Church in Evansville, IN, will be the guest for Campbellsville University's first Noon Organ Recital of the new academic year at 11:20amCT/12:20pmET. Tuesday, September 16, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 429 N Central Avenue, Campbellsville, next door to Campbellsville University's Gosser Fine Arts Center. Everyone is welcome to attend this event free of charge. The half-hour recital will be a mixture of standard and improvisation literature appropriate to the mechanical action Pomplitz organ and improvisation, according to Dr. Wesley Roberts, professor of music. - KASEY RICKETTS, for Campbellsville University
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