645 Boylston St, Boston
Worship — Into the Light: A Journey with Jesus of Nazareth
The singers and instrumentalists of Old South Church under the direction of Minister of Music Harry Lyn Huff and Associate Choirmaster and Organist George Sargeant offer a new twist on the traditional Lessons and Carols format, blending hymns, anthems, instrumental meditations, and interactive Scripture readings
in a unique style of prayer and praise. Led by the 1921 E.M. Skinner organ, the Steinway concert grand piano, and the Willie Sordillo Jazz Trio, the services are enhanced by the Old South Choir and soloists, Old South Ringers (handbells), cellist Sam Ou, and flutist Ainsley Land with music by Duke Ellington, Calvin Hampton and Leon Roberts
Peter Edwin Krasinski currently serves as organist of First Church of Christ, Scientist in Providence and as accompanist at Beth El Temple Center, Belmont, Massachusetts. He is on the faculty of the Boston Archdiocesan Choir School, Cambridge and serves as organ consultant on a number of high-profile projects. He holds both a Bachelor of Music in music education and organ performance and a Master of Sacred Music from Boston University. A winner of the first prize in improvisation in the American Guild of Organists National Competition, he has played in concert at many of the world’s most important organ venues. He has premiered the art of silent film accompaniment at many distinguished venues, including Saint Paul Church, Cambridge; National City Christian Church, Washington, D.C.; Cathedral of St. Joseph, Hartford; Saint Joseph’s Oratory, Montreal; Second Congregational Church, Holyoke; and major halls in Yokohama, Fukui, Miyazaki, and Kanazawa, Japan.