One area organ player performed for the community one last time before he heads off to college next month.
18-year-old Timothy Davis played the organ at Grace Episcopal Church in Utica Friday night. Timothy started playing the organ in his early teens through the Emily Clark Bink Organ Scholar Program.
Timothy plays the violin and piano, but he says the organ is his favorite instrument.
"Reaching the pedals was not an easy thing and it was also a new concept to play with my hands and feet at the same time. It requires you to ignore your brains mechanism of let's do everything at the same time. You can do so much more with this. With violin you're limited to 4 strings and a certain number of notes and piano you're limited to 88 keys. An organ you're almost unlimited with sounds, potential, everything," said Davis.
Timothy typically plays for grace church every Sunday, but will be attending Harvard University in the fall.