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 forty-first 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 26, Sunday at 11:15 a.m.
A new monthly offering at St. Paul's, Choral Mattins is the morning version of Choral Evensong, with sung responses, canticles, sung psalms and an anthem. Featuring Charles Stanford's Te Deum and Jubilate in B flat, responses by Humphrey Clucas and the music of Felix Mendelssohn.
alchymy viols -- music of marc-antoine charpentier
January 26, Sunday at 4 p.m.
Marc-Antoine Charpentier wrote music for the court of Louis XIV, and his elegant music is represented with plenty of panache by the early music group Alchymy Viols (led by Philip Spray). Included in the concert is Mass Assumpta est Maria, Charpentier's last mass setting and considered his finest. Guest Director, Dana Marsh (Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University) leads the singers and instruments in this delicious music. Admission is free.
Saturday, February 22 at 7 p.m.
British vocal ensemble VOCES8 is proud to inspire people through music and share the joy of singing. Touring globally, the group performs an extensive repertory both in its a cappella concerts and in collaborations with leading orchestras, conductors and soloists.
February 23, Sunday at 11:15 a.m.
Choral Mattins is the morning version of Choral Evensong, with sung responses, canticles, sung psalms and an anthem. Featuring Charles Stanford’s Te Deum and Jubilate in B flat, responses by Humphrey Clucas and music of Stephen Hatfield.