St. Paul's Music
St. Paul’s Music: Music in a Sacred Space
Through the language of music, St. Paul’s Music is a bridge between the secular and the sacred that
Now in its fortieth year, St. Paul’s Music continues as a ministry of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Through generous supporters, St. Paul’s Music is able to offer a variety of events to the community, and continues to feature choral masterworks performed by St. Paul’s Choir with orchestra, as well as professional artists from the Indianapolis area and around the world. This organization also supports projects such as recordings and choir pilgrimages.
January 21, Sunday at 4:00 p.m.
IU Baroque Orchestra COncert
In our second collaboration this season with the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music’s Historical Performance Institute, the Baroque orchestra (Stanley Ritchie, conductor) presents J.S. Bach’s Harpsichord Concerto in A Major, along with works of Biagio, Marini, Schmelzer, Biber, Muffat, Locatelli, and Handel.
Admission is free.
February 11, Sunday at 4:00 p.m.
Featuring the Evening Service in G Major by Charles V. Stanford; Howard Helvey, “O lux beatissima”; Jonathan Dove, “Seek him who made the seven stars”; and responses by Kenneth Leighton.
An organ prelude by Matthew Gerhardt begins at 3:45 p.m.
March 11, Sunday at 4:00 p.m.
The staff singers of St. Paul’s Choir offer a reflective service with intimate choral chamber music, joined by members of Echoing Air. This liturgy is presented with readings from the Passion Gospels, traditional Lenten carols, hymns and anthems. All combine to lead us through the journey of Christ’s last days. This service will enrich your own Lenten passage as we proceed toward the Feast of the Resurrection.
April 22, Sunday at 4:00 p.m.
St. Paul's Choir Concert with brass, percussion, and organ
In a blaze of Easter glory, St. Paul’s Choir presents a concert of dazzling festival music that uplifts the spirit. Featuring the “Trinity” Te Deum of ?riks Ešenvalds, John Scott’s Missa Dies Resurrectionis, other anthems, hymns for the season, and works for organ and brass. The concert features the organ in its most important role, as a supporting instrument for choral music and leading congregational singing. Join us for this exuberant occasion! Admission is free.