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.
September 23, Sunday at 4pm
daryl robinson, organist
Purchase tickets here or at door prior to show (as supplies last): $5 students; $10 adults
Co-sponsored with the American Guild of Organists, Indianapolis Chapter
Daryl Robinson has earned critical acclaim as a solo and collaborative artist, described by London-based Choir and Organ Magazine as a performer with “…a driving muscular poetry underpinned by nimble technique and nuanced sense of style…” Winner of both First Prize and Audience Prize in the 2012 American Guild of Organists National Competition in Organ Performance, Mr. Robinson maintains an active career as a teacher, collaborative artist, church musician, and recitalist under the auspices of Karen McFarlane Artists, Inc. Robinson’s recital will include works by Pierre Cochereau, J.S. Bach, Calvin Hampton, Gerre Hancock, and others.
October 21, Sunday at 4pm
indianapolis choir festival - CHORAL EVENSONG
Guest conductor Martin Neary, former choirmaster at Westminster Abbey and Winchester Cathedral, leads combined singers of St. Paul’s Choir and singers from several parishes in the Diocese of Indianapolis in a festival choral Evensong. This yearly festival is hosted by St. Paul’s, Trinity Episcopal, and Christ Church Cathedral. Featuring music by Herbert Murrill, John Tavener, Herbert Howells, Martin Neary, and C.H.H. Parry.
October 28, Sunday at 4pm
scary organ music concert & "Echoing Scare"
Purchase tickets here or at door prior to show (as supplies last): $5 students; $ 10 adults; $30 family max
Frightfully fun and lighthearted, this popular concert delights and entertains audiences of all ages. The organ is cast in its most recognized role as a companion to shadowy characters, with special guest Echoing Air presenting a production of their Halloween masque, “Echoing Scare.” Come in costume! All ages welcome!
November 11, Sunday at 4pm
On the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, we commemorate all those who have served in the armed forces, with prayers for peace. Featuring George Dyson’s Evening Service in D Major; anthems by Jake Runstadt and Herbert Howells; and Walford Davies’ “A Short Requiem,” written in memory of those who died in World War I. An organ prelude begins at 3:45 p.m.
November 29, Thursday at 7pm
St. Paul's CHOir School Fall Recital
Choir School students perform classical and seasonal selections on their instruments.
December 8, Saturday at 7pm
The Tallis Scholars
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