Berlin Congregational Presents: Broadway and the Movies Come to Worthington Ridge!

When: Sunday, October 15th at 2:00pm

Where: 878 Worthington Ridge, Berlin, CT

Featuring Music from: The South Pacific, Camelot and The Best of James Bond

All with Tony Zulkeski at the helm with The Magnificent Sound of the BCC Pipe Organ

Historic Berlin Congregational Church has been a beacon of faith and hope in our community since 1775.

About Our Pipe Organ:

  • Built by Austin Organ with installation accomplished in 1966 (opus #2437)
  • The 26-rank instrument contains 1,538 pipes, some metal and some wood
  • There are 32 stops and the organ is played from a 3 manual console
  • The organist can sound from 1 to more than 100 pipes by pressing a single key
  • The magic of our organ, while designed primarily for use in services of worship, it has been fitted to be a recital instrument for theater styles of organ composition

About Our Organist:

  • Tony Zulkeski begins his 27th year as music director at BCC
  • When he was 12, he fell in love with the pipe organ after receiving a recording of the Radio City Christmas performance
  • Two years later, he was organist at the Stevens Memorial Church and performed at the 1958 Eastern States Exposition
  • His musical vocation has taken him to over seven organist/director positions before coming to BCC
  • How does Tony feel about the church organ?:

“The pipe organ has been called the King of Instruments. The BCC organ is a phenomenal instrument that loves to be played.”

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