Pipe organist Frank Zimpel, left, and trumpeter Alexander Pfeifer will appear in concert on Sept. 28 at Christ Church in Kennebunk. SUBMITTED PHOTO.

KENNEBUNK — Christ Church of Kennebunk presents in concert on Saturday, Sept. 28, at 4 p.m. with internationally renowned musicians from Leipzig, Germany, pipe organist Frank Zimpel and trumpeter Alexander Pfeifer.

They will present works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Friedrich Handel, Jean Sibelius and Philip Glass. This will be an opportunity not to be missed. These professional touring musicians have performed in the greatest cathedrals throughout Europe, as well as at Harvard University and other distinguished venues across the USA.

The excellent acoustics and outstanding hybrid pipe and digital organ at Christ Church provide the perfect setting to showcase the musicians’ marvelous talents. The duo has performed together for over 15 years, throughout Europe and America. For more information about these brilliant musicians, visit their website: www.Trompete-Orgel.com

Frank Zimpel, born in Greifswald, was trained musically in Kothen (Anhalt), studied liturgical music in Leipzig. In 1996, he was the winner of the International Bach Competition in Leipzig. He completed a post-graduate course in organ at the University of Music in Vienna in 2000. He served as a lecturer at the Evangelical College of Church Music at Halle. He works in the church as a cantor and organist, and as a lecturer in music.

Alexander Pfeifer began his musical training playing the violin but found his calling as a trumpeter at the age of 12. He is a native of Leipzig, where he attended the Johann Sebastian Bach Music School of Leipzig. He studied theology for four years at the University of Leipzig, and later trumpet at the Dresden University of, where he was a top student. For nine years, He and Frank have recorded numerous CD’s, which will be available for purchase after the concert.

Admission, at the door, is by free-will donation. Children under 12 years old are always welcome at no charge. Donations support the missions of Christ Church helping the homeless, the hungry, needy children, battered women, refugees, addiction recovery, and disaster relief.

The building is handicap-accessible from the parking lot behind Town Hall, and also has a parking lot across Dane Street. For more information, visit the website www.christchurchkk.org, or call 985-4494 or visit the office at 6 Dane St., on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.