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‘Blossoms in the Desert’ series joins music, art and lunch in Greensburg

Patrick Varine
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One bank of stops on the newly renovated Austin pipe organ at First Presbyterian Church of Greensburg.
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At left, Stacey Pydynkowski of Latrobe will have her art featured at the “Blossoms in the Desert” series at First Presbyterian Church in Greensburg, where art viewing will be paired with a 30-minute organ recital by current and former Seton Hill University students.

People working in downtown Greensburg who are seeking a little music and culture on their lunch break would do well to stop by First Presbyterian Church on Fridays.

The “Blossoms in the Desert” series will pair 30-minute lunchtime organ recitals with Latrobe artist Stacey Pydynkowski’s work.

Box lunches are available for $10, and recitals will be performed by current students and recent graduates of nearby Seton Hill University.

Here, First Presbyterian’s music minister John Salveson discusses recent renovations to the church’s Austin pipe organ, and demonstrates its power.

The series runs through April 12. The church is at 300 South Main Street in Greensburg.

For more, call 724-832-0150.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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