Recent Meeting Photos

September 18, 2016

A Mini-Recital Featuring "Rising Starts"

Alexander Pattavina and Ryan Kennedy

Hosted by John Lettieri


Bedford Presbyterian Church

44 Village Green

Bedford, New York




  \Above: John Lettieri, Host



Above: Former Dean, John King and Current Dean, Terry Flanagan

John King is holding the Past Dean Pin he just received

Above: (From Top to bottom) Terry Flanagan, Dean; and the two recitalists, Ryan Kennedy and Alexander Pattavina

(Click on their names to see a bio of each recitalist


The youngest attendee



Above are photos of the audience and the open organ after the meeting

To see the Organ Specs click here

You can also see the organ here


  The Program

C Minor and Fugue; Op. 37, No. 1


Felix Mendelssohn

(1809 - 1847)

Alexander Pattavina

Trio Sonata V, BWV 529

Allegro - Largo - Allegro

Johann Sebastian Bach

(1685 - 1750)

Ryan Kenneday

Priere à Notre Dame (from Suite Gothique, Op. 25)


Léon Boëllmann

(1862 - 1897)

Alexander Pattavina
  Toccata (from Suite Gothique, Op. 25)
  Ryan Kennedy
The Reception

Frank Miller made the meal for the reception

  Above and below are various photos from the reception

Westchester County, N.Y. The opening meeting was held Sept. 18 at Bedford Presbyterian Church (John Lettieri, host). Outgoing dean, John King, was honored for his excellent service and presented with a dean's pin by new dean Terence Flanagan. "Rising Stars" Ryan Kennedy and Alexander Pattavina played a delightful concert of Bach and Boellmann on the church's Pasi Opus 13 (II/31). Both performers are students of Paul Jacobs at the Juilliard School, and are currently organ scholars in Westchester churches -- ; Ryan at Hitchcock Presbyterian, Scarsdale, and Alex at Christ Church, Bronxville. After a social hour, a delicious dinner, prepared by board member Frank Miller, was served. .-- Joyce Gardner

as published in the December, 2016 issue of The American Organist


Photos: Courtesy of Lisa Flanagan and

Virginia Bender

Last updated:January 5, 2017