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Greenwich Pianist Comes Back To Bach At Retired Men's Group Meeting

Christopher Kabala, pianist and Minister of Music at Round Hill Community Church, will perform some of the works of Bach at a meeting of the Retired Men's Association of Greenwich on Wednesday, Jan. 25.
Christopher Kabala, pianist and Minister of Music at Round Hill Community Church, will perform some of the works of Bach at a meeting of the Retired Men's Association of Greenwich on Wednesday, Jan. 25. Photo Credit: Kathy DiGiovanna

GREENWICH, Conn. -- Christopher Kabala, a pianist and retired Minister of Music at Round Hill Community Church, will discuss and perform some of the remarkable works of Johan Sebastian Bach at a meeting of the Retired Men's Association of Greenwich.

The meeting will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at First Presbyterian Church in Greenwich.

Kabala has been active as a performer, teacher, and lecturer throughout the United States as well as internationally. He was Minister of Music at Round Hill Community Church for the past 20 years.

He has appeared as conductor, chamber musician, and soloist with groups such as the Janus Players, the Berkshire Music Center Orchestra, Tanglewood, the North-South Consonance at Interlaken, and the Cincinnati, Detroit, and Mexico City symphonies. In New York, he has played at Columbia University, New York University, Carnegie Recital Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Internationally, he has performed as a recitalist in Germany, Austria, Poland, and Czechoslovakia. He was a guest lecturer at the University of Michigan

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