Matthew Ward of Holliston won the Lista tool chest. $2000 raised for rail trail
** Holliston 22 --- Medway 7 **
Water ban extended until October 31st

Organ Recital

by Bill Tobin
April 18, 2013

All are invited to an organ recital at St. Mary's by a renowned German organist.

Ms. Wiltrud Fuchs will present a spring concert on this pipe organ on Friday, April 26th at  7:00pm at St. Mary's Catholic Church on Washington Street, opposite Holliston Town Hall

St. Mary’s Music Ministry is excited to present an organ concert by renowned German organist Wiltrud Fuchs on April 26th at 7pm.


Originally from Heidelberg, Ms. Fuchs studied organ in Germany with Michael Schneider, in Italy with Fernando Germani, and in Austria with Anton Heiller. She was a prizewinner at the International Organ Festival in Nuremberg, and holds an Award for Cultural Development by the Regional Authority of Osnabrück. She has performed concert tours in South America, the USA, Russia and China, and currently resides in Weimar, Germany.


In retirement she studied Sinology (Chinese) and has taught  in Beijing and Taiwan.

She has designed a concert program especially suitable for St. Mary’s Organ, which will include works by Bach, Haydn, Liszt and Mendelssohn, among others.

This event is free and open to the public

There will be a reception for Ms. Fuchs after the recital.

All are welcome.


Posted in Arts.

E-mail This Article

Comments (0)



Recent Articles by Bill Tobin:

Economic Develpment Committee at Pinecrest

The Economic Development Committe(EDC),hosted a meeting at Anthony's-on-the Green at Pinecrest on Thursday, October 19th to introduce a new video produced by HCAT that promotes Holliston as the great town it is to live and work.

Continue ...

Holliston Business Association Meeting

The Holliston Business Association (HBA), met on October 18th, the first meeting of the season at the 360 Woodland Street, Mosaics Art Center,

Continue ...

Special Town Meeting, Monday-OCT 24th

Monday, October 24th is a special day, as it is the date of the SPECIAL TOWN MEETING, with 10 articles on the warrant. Your vote is important.

Continue ...

Selectmen Met on October 12th

The selectmen approved the current warrant, accepted resignation and appointed committee members,reviewed recent updates of the Economic Development Committee, discussed the 8 arch bridge issues and other routine business.


Continue ...

HHS 2017 Senior Auction

Monday, October 10th, Columbus Day Holiday was a great day for the Holliston High Class 2017 annual auction day, almost a sell out.

Continue ...


Recent Articles in Arts:

Remembering Monomoy

by Paul Saulnier

Remembering Monomoy was written by Frederic A. Crafts, Jr. about the island off Cape Cod. Crafts describes life on island between 1935 and 1991 and the government taking for a national wildlife refuge for the restoration of the Piping Plover population in June 1944. The refuge is a vital stop off on the east coast for some 300 species of birds in their spring and fall migrations. It also is a breeding place for a variety of guills, terns and shore birds, in particular the endangered Piping Plover.

Continue ...

A Better Place

by Sarah R. Commerford

In Ella's eulogy, the minister said she was in a better place.


Continue ...

Just For Good Measure

by Sarah R. Commerford

During her frequent and unpredictable bouts of rage, she reclaimed herself by cooking. No one in our family knew the source of her torment; back then, we simply called her inky moods, "The Jangles," as if they were something melodious to be hummed.


Continue ...

Open Studio at Holliston Mills

by Lisa Kaplan

Holliston Mill artists will host their annual Open Studios on Saturday and Sunday, October 22 and 23, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. The Mill is located at 24 Water Street, Holliston.

Continue ...

Library News

by Leslie McDonnell

Continue ...