Join us this year for six musical performances, each approximately 45 minutes long, on select Sundays at 7:15 pm. The goal of these programs is to draw you into a state of contemplation, and step out of the hurried pace of modern life to be opened to God anew through beauty. We invite you to then stay for our chanted service of Compline that immediately follows each program.
Program One: Victor Huls, Cello
Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 7:15 pm
Cellist Victor Minke Huls , who also sings counter-tenor with St. Andrews Compline Singers, offers a recital featuring three of his string player friends from University of Michigan. Works by Bach, Honegger and Coltrane/West.
Program Two: John Rutter's Requiem
Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 7:15 pm
The St. Andrew's Adult Choir
For the solemnity of All Souls' Day, The St. Andrew's Choir and chamber orchestra, directed by Deborah Friauff, will perform John Rutter's Requiem.
Program Three: Voces Jubilantes
Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 7:15 pm
Annette Murphy, Director
The acclaimed Oberlin based young woman's chorus Voces Jubilantes will present a program of chant and early music with a Marian theme apropos to the Fourth Sunday of Advent with works by Hassler, Handl and Guerrero. Founded and directed by Annette Murphy.
All Music for Meditation programs are free and open to the public
Have your concert or recital at St. Andrew's!
Interested in using St. Andrew's as a venue for your upcoming concert or recital? Although St. Andrew's Sanctuary is always available for rent, we will consider waving the rental fee for recitalists if the musician is willing to give back to the St. Andrew's community by participating in a liturgy or concert (known as a reciprocal event). This arrangement is made with the approval of Dr. Deborah Friauff, our Director of Music.
Fees of $25 per hour are still incurred due to the necessity of hiring a building monitor to open and close the building as well as handle set up. Piano tuning may also be needed. Paperwork must be completed with the Parish Administrator, Kathy McPherson. Please contact our Director of Music, Dr. Deborah Friauff, to learn more.
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