The Great Vigil of Easter
Apr
20
8:00 PM20:00

The Great Vigil of Easter

Saturday April 20, The Great Vigil of Easter Service. 8pm.

The most ancient and dramatic service of the year begins in darkness. A flame is kindled, the Paschal Candle is lit and the ancient hymn the Exsultet is sung. The service continues with readings from salvation history, Holy Baptism and then the joyful proclamation CHRIST IS RISEN! and the first Eucharist of Easter.

A reception follows in the Parish Hall, with lots of goodies as we celebrate the end of our Lenten fast.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Alexander Frey - piano
Apr
28
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Alexander Frey - piano

Sunday, April 28 at 3pm Alexander Frey - piano All Schumann program.

Alexander Frey’s international career as conductor, organist, pianist, harpsichordist and recording artist has taken him all over the globe with performances in the music capitals of 5 continents. A Top 10 Billboard Classical Music Chart@ Artist (2005) as both conductor and pianist, he performs every year with symphony orchestras and in solo recitals throughout the world, as well as in many international festivals.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo Goldenberg
May
5
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo Goldenberg

Sunday, May 5 at 3pm Susan Goldenberg, violin, William Goldenberg, piano.  Works by  Antonin Dvorak, Claude Debussy, Leonard Bernstein, Loeillet, Charles Parry, Erik Satie, Alfred Schnittke, Frank Bridge.

Susan Goldenberg and her brother, William Goldenberg, have performed as the Goldenberg Duo for 39 years at various universities and series including the University of Missouri in Kansas City and Kansas City’s Ruel Joyce Series. They captivated audiences at the Amalfi Coast Music Festival in Italy, The American Cathedral in Paris, and St. Peter’s Church in St. Albans, England. They travelled to China for concerts and master classes in Beijing and Shanghai.

They have toured Scandinavia, British Columbia, Australia/New Zealand, Hawaii, Alaska, and the Baltimore/Washington,DC area at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Recently, they performed in Japan, Ontario/Quebec, The Lettvin Chamber Music Series in Bradford, New Hampshire, Ireland, Scotland, The Hague, France, Eastern Europe and in 2016 had a successful tour of Iberia, Italy. In 2017 the Duo performed/taught in British Columbia with concerts in Vancouver, Victoria and Kelowna. In 2018, the Goldenberg Duo performed 8 concerts in the Atlantic Provinces.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Pianist Yuri Blinov
May
12
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Pianist Yuri Blinov

Sunday, May 12 at 3pm Yuri Blinov - piano.  Works by Beethoven, Chopin, Ravel, Blinov et Scriabine.

Yuri Blinov was born in Drogichin, Belarus in 1975 and studied at the State Music Gymnasium-College in Minsk. He made his first important public performance at the age of nine in the Minsk Philharmonic Hall and within a year he performed with an orchestra in the same venue. At the age of twelve, he debuted in the Philharmonic Hall in Leningrad (St-Petersburg) with Belarus State Symphony featuring Shostakovich Concerto #2. In his early teenage, Yuri won the fifth prize in the Young Pianists Competition of the USSR and placed third in the 1st Jasep Vitols International Piano Competition in Riga. He unanimously won first prize of the 1st Prokofiev International Competition in St-Petersburg when he was seventeen years old. 

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A Mid-May Choral Evensong
May
16
6:00 PM18:00

A Mid-May Choral Evensong

Thursday, May 16 at 6pm. A mid-May choral evensong featuring the Cathedral Choir. A reception will follow in the Parish Hall.

“Choral Evensong is a 45-minute long peace-inducing church service in which the “song” of voices sounding together in harmony is heard at the “even” point between the active day and restful night, allowing listeners time for restful contemplation - Church members, agnostics, and atheists alike. It is both free of charge and free of religious commitment, and its 470-year-old choral music tradition - established around 1549 - is performed live and often to a very high standard.” (www.choralevensong.org)

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Camille Marouani, flute; Elise Clergue, guitar
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Camille Marouani, flute; Elise Clergue, guitar

Sunday, May 19 at 3pm Camille Marouani, flute; Elise Clergue, guitar Works from Pujol, Granados, Villa Lobos, Piazzolla.

The duo : Teachers at Ecole des Arts in Marcoussis, they are eager to look for an eclectic repertoire both in their concerts and in their teaching. They multiply the various projects and present you today a program mixing the composers who worked for the renewal of the traditional Spanish repertoire with Enrique Granados, Brazilian with Heitor Villa-Lobos and Argentineans with Astor Piazzolla and Maximo Diego Pujol.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo SoliPse - flutes and guitar
Jun
2
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo SoliPse - flutes and guitar

Sunday, June 2 at 3pm Elena Stojceska (flutes) and Romain Petiot (guitar). Works by Giuliani, Sherr, Schubert, Scelsi and Tadic.

Formed in 2011, the Duo SoliPse in 2011 performs regularly in France and in various European countries, notably at the Arromanches festivals, "Sarajevo Winter" in Bosnia, "Maskfest In San Marino, "Forfest" in Kroměříž, Czech Republic……

The flute / guitar combination having acquired its nobility thanks to Astor Piazzolla and his History of the Tango, it is quite natural that the Duo SoliPse leans with predilection on the repertoires of the XXth and XXIth centuries. Always eager to promote the composers of today, they play in particular the music of Doïna Rotaru, Massimiliano Messieri, Toru Takemitsu, Vincent Airault or Edison Denisov.

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The Day of Pentecost
Jun
9
11:00 AM11:00

The Day of Pentecost

Sunday, June 9 at 11am. Service on the Day of Pentecost, also known as Whitsunday. Confirmation and Baptisms celebrated.

This is an official first visitation by the Bishop in Charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, the Very Reverend Mark D.W. Edington.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Piano Solo - Ariel Lima
Jun
9
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Piano Solo - Ariel Lima

Sunday, June 2 at 3pm Ariel Rodrigues Lima, piano. Works by Velasco, Beethoven, Chopin and Tchaikovsky.

Ariel Rodrigues Lima is a Brazilian pianist, born in Belém-Pará, a city in the periphery of the Amazon. He started his music studies there, at the age of 5, on violin and cello. Self-taught at the piano, he began his formal studies at the age of 10, first at the music school of the Federal University of Pará and later at the Carlos Gomes Conservatory.

At the age of 17, he began a bachelor's degree in Composition and Arrangement at Pará State University, and dropped out of cello studies to devote himself solely to the piano. Two years later, he received a full scholarship to study piano at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris (ENMP), under the direction of Professor Guigla Katsarava.

Today, he has performed in Brazil and France as a chamber musician and soloist, having played with the Young Vale Música Orchestra and the Peace Theater's Orchestre Symphonique, and has several times taken part in opera productions at the Festival. Opera House of the Peace Theater in Belém, his hometown.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Ensemble Baroque Hesperis
Jun
16
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Ensemble Baroque Hesperis

Sunday, June 16 at 3pm Heroan Loiret, harpsichord and conductor; Roselyne Martel Bonnal, soprano; Miron Andres, viola da gamba; Nathalie Petibon, oboe

Works by Vivaldi, Handel, Porpora, Marais, Campra, Royer and Rameau.

The Hesperis Ensemble places prestigious European musicians specializing in early music, practicing improvised music and contemporary music under the direction of harpsichordist and conductor Heroan Loiret.

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A Summer Evensong
Jun
23
6:00 PM18:00

A Summer Evensong

Sunday, June 23 at 6pm. The Cathedral’s last choral evensong of the program year. Featuring the Cathedral Choir directed by Canon for Music, Zachary Ullery. A reception will follow in the Parish Hall.

“Choral Evensong is a 45-minute long peace-inducing church service in which the “song” of voices sounding together in harmony is heard at the “even” point between the active day and restful night, allowing listeners time for restful contemplation - Church members, agnostics, and atheists alike. It is both free of charge and free of religious commitment, and its 470-year-old choral music tradition - established around 1549 - is performed live and often to a very high standard.” (www.choralevensong.org)

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo Kaïros - Piano and Violon
Jun
30
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo Kaïros - Piano and Violon

Sunday, June 30 at 3pm Djilia Maret and Marion Brizemur Program - A Tribute to Beethoven.

Djilia Maret and Marion Brizemur founded the Kaïros Duo twenty years ago. Together they have given many concerts and recorded a record of romantic music (Schumann and Joachim). They are currently professors and teach at the Champigny sur Marne Conservatory. Recently, they created a show: Venice Invisible, which mixes their compositions, sounds recorded in Venice, and works of the repertoire of violin and piano linked to Venice.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Women's Chamber Choir of St. Zlata Meglenska  - Macedonia
Sep
8
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Women's Chamber Choir of St. Zlata Meglenska - Macedonia

Sunday, September 8 at 3pm Women’s Chamber Choir of St. Zlata Meglenska. Works by Todor Skalovski, Dragan Shuplevski, Pavel Chesnohov, Mihail Ivanov, Georgy Svidirov, Dmitrij Bortnjanski, Zapro Zaprov, G.Caccini, Antonio Vivaldi, Trajko Prokopiev, Aleksandar Lekovski

The women's choir "St. Zlata Meglenska" is part of the Macedonian Orthodox Church and is the first of this type of choir in the Republic of Macedonia. Letka Dimovska Polizova is the founder, artistic director and conductor of the choir, which is composed of 22 female voices belonging to young academics and students all from public universities of Skopje.

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A Choral Evensong
Sep
14
6:00 PM18:00

A Choral Evensong

Saturday, September 14 at 6pm. The first choral evensong of the program year on the occasion of Holy Cross Day. Featuring the Cathedral Choir with the visiting Choir of Queens College, Cambridge (UK), directed by Ralph Allwood and Cathedral Canon for Music, Zachary Ullery. A reception will follow in the Parish Hall.

“Choral Evensong is a 45-minute long peace-inducing church service in which the “song” of voices sounding together in harmony is heard at the “even” point between the active day and restful night, allowing listeners time for restful contemplation - Church members, agnostics, and atheists alike. It is both free of charge and free of religious commitment, and its 470-year-old choral music tradition - established around 1549 - is performed live and often to a very high standard.” (www.choralevensong.org)

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Choirs conducted by Lorenzo Cipriani
Sep
29
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Choirs conducted by Lorenzo Cipriani

Sunday, September 29 at 3pm The Choir and instrumental ensemble Scarlatti from the Italian Cultural Center in Paris and The Vox Beata Choir of Courbevoie under the baton of Lorenzo Cipriani. Works by Porpora, Carissmi and Pergolesi.

We can say that the pleasure of sharing is a privilege: in recent years these vocal groups have been meeting for the pleasure of singing together. 'Vox Beata' was created in 2015 at the Lutheran temple of Courbevoie and directed by Timéa Bata. The vocal-instrumental ensemble Scarlatti celebrates its tenth anniversary in September 2019, and was born at the Italian Cultural Center in Paris.

They have performed among others in Italy : Ravenna, Venice, Genoa, Ostuni, Alba and in Switzerland at Bellinzona.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Annie Garzika - piano solo
Oct
20
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Annie Garzika - piano solo

Sunday, October 20 at 3pm Annie Garsztka, piano. Works by Mozart, Chopin and Beethoven.

Annie Garsztka began her musical studies at the age of five. She obtained many awards at the National Conservatory of Toulouse: Piano Prize, Chamber Music, Music Analysis, Harmony and History of Music.

She has done lectures with various international concert artists: Pierre Sancan, Bruno Rigutto, Gyorgy Sebok, Luis De Moura Castro. Laureate of the J. S. Bach, Claude Kahn and UFAM International Concours, she teaches piano and regularly performs in recital in the Parisian concert halls with the violinist Laetitia Bellanger.

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An Evensong on the Feast of All Saints
Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

An Evensong on the Feast of All Saints

Friday, November 1 at 6pm. A choral evensong sung by the Cathedral Choir and directed by Canon of Music, Zachary Ullery on the Feast of All Saints.

The Cathedral will be closed today except for the office of Choral Evensong.

“Choral Evensong is a 45-minute long peace-inducing church service in which the “song” of voices sounding together in harmony is heard at the “even” point between the active day and restful night, allowing listeners time for restful contemplation - Church members, agnostics, and atheists alike. It is both free of charge and free of religious commitment, and its 470-year-old choral music tradition - established around 1549 - is performed live and often to a very high standard.” (www.choralevensong.org)

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Frantisek Brikcius - Cello
Nov
10
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Frantisek Brikcius - Cello

Sunday, November 10 at 3pm Frantisek Brikcius, cello. Works by Bach, Reger, Simon and Brikcius.

Czech cellist Frantisek Brikcius was born in Prague, into a family with a distinguished cultural background. He has been playing the cello since early childhood. Following his cello studies at the Prague Conservatoire, he completed his Master's degree at the Janacek Academy of Music.

As a soloist Frantisek has performed at many festivals in Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey, Uzbekistan and the United Kingdom.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Piano - Hà Tran and Alain Colas
Nov
24
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Piano - Hà Tran and Alain Colas

Sunday, November 24 at 3pm Hà Tran and Alain Colas, piano. Works by Rachmaninoff, Chopin, Ginastera and Brahms.

"Music is the most beautiful language in the world, it is universal and begins where the words end ..."

Hà Tran was born in South Vietnam in Saigon in a traditional musician family for 5 generations. Musicology degree at the Sorbonne, State diploma, 1st prize at the Nerini Competition, Ms. Tran is currently working at the Conservatoire de la Garenne-Colombes.

Alain Colas was born in the Nièvre. Graduate from the Conservatoire de Paris in the class of Jean Doyen. In 1997, he met "Carlos Cebros" with whom he works and performs several internships: in Brest, and the Musical Meeting of the Monts Dore in Auvergne. Alain enjoys playing as a soloist and accompanying Breton choirs: Kanerian ar Mor, Marsyas, Human Voices, Zingarelles, Quintessence...

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Advent Lessons & Carols
Dec
1
6:00 PM18:00

Advent Lessons & Carols

Amidst the frantic hustle and bustle of the holidays, it is easy to forget that Advent is a time to stop, to be in the present, to pray and seek, and to prepare for the mystery of Christmas.

This unique service includes seven lessons that retell the prophecies of the coming Messiah and brings both the quiet reflection and joyful expectation of Advent to life in beautiful music. Allow this time and space to hear and reflect on the true joy of Christmas.

Sunday, December 1 at 6pm.

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Messiah Sing-Along
Dec
8
3:00 PM15:00

Messiah Sing-Along

What is a “sing-along”? You, the public (supported by the members of the Paris Choral Society seated amongst you in the Cathedral), get to sing Handel’s Messiah! Each year, Zachary Ullery, the Musical Director of the PCS, and Director of Music of the American Cathedralalong with the Cathedral Organist, Andrew Dewar, lead professional soloists and you, the public, in the Cathedral for the mutual enjoyment of all. See the PCS website for more information

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Lessons & Carols for Christmas
Dec
14
4:00 PM16:00

Lessons & Carols for Christmas

Christmas Lessons & Carols, also known as the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols is a service of Christian worship celebrating the birth of Jesus that is traditionally followed at Christmas. The story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus is told in nine short Bible readings from Genesis, the prophetic books and the Gospels, interspersed with the singing of Christmas carols, hymns and choir music.

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Lessons & Carols for Christmas
Dec
15
6:00 PM18:00

Lessons & Carols for Christmas

Christmas Lessons & Carols, also known as the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols is a service of Christian worship celebrating the birth of Jesus that is traditionally followed at Christmas. The story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus is told in nine short Bible readings from Genesis, the prophetic books and the Gospels, interspersed with the singing of Christmas carols, hymns and choir music.

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Palm Sunday
Apr
14
10:30 AM10:30

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday: The Sunday of the Passion

"They took Palm branches and went out to meet him, shouting ‘Hosanna’. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord…Blessed is the King of Israel." John 12.13

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo flûte traversière et piano
Apr
7
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo flûte traversière et piano

Sunday April 7 at 3pm Myriam Hyolle - flute and Chinami Araï - piano Works by Saint-Saëns, Fauré, Roussel and Milhaud.

Hyolle and Araï form a Duo specialized in French music and more specifically in Impressionist music, a predominant musical trend in the years 1890-1920. This period is particularly suited to the flute whose expressive richness and virtuosity inspired composers such as Fauré, Roussel, Debussy, Ravel....

The Duo has been playing for a few years in the Parisian and Ile de France theaters.

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Consecration of The Reverend Mark Edington and Festive Reception at 11 am
Apr
6
11:00 AM11:00

Consecration of The Reverend Mark Edington and Festive Reception at 11 am

Saturday, April 6 at 11:00am

You are cordially invited to the consecration of The Reverend Mark D.W. Edington as the new Bishop in Charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe. This very special ceremony will include clergy and friends from all over Europe and other parts of the world. A festive reception will follow.

This Service will be webcast live on YouTube.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Piano quatre mains
Mar
31
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Piano quatre mains

Sunday March 31 at 3pm Sarah Cabrol-Douat and Marina Kolomiytseva - piano Program dedicated to Mozart, Grieg and Dvorak.

The two pianists met while attending classes at the Moscow Central School and continued their studies at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Following different life paths, Kolomiytseva, on her side, won first prize in the Sydney International Competition in 2000.

Both pianists found themselves colleagues once more at the La Piana School of Music in Paris in 2006. In this context, they have discovered their true “common language”, side by side, at the piano. Their duet performances show an extraordinary complicity, with a musical approach that is rigorous and innovative.

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Cathedral Forum: What Language Shall I Borrow? How do we talk about God?
Mar
31
9:45 AM09:45

Cathedral Forum: What Language Shall I Borrow? How do we talk about God?

What language do we use when we talk about the One who is beyond all language? Our words always reflect our own circumstances and understanding, and they evolve over generations. Traditional Biblical language, reflecting the surrounding culture, is patriarchal and monarchist. But can we change it at will?

Come for a presentation and open discussion of inclusive language with Dean Laird.

Sunday, March 31, 2019 at 9:45am in the Fleetwood Room.

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Paris Choral Society Concert : World Premiere Burchard's Stabat Mater
Mar
30
6:00 PM18:00

Paris Choral Society Concert : World Premiere Burchard's Stabat Mater

March 30 at 6pm

For their second concert of the 2018-2019 Season, the Paris Choral Society invites you to share two choral works with them; one well-known, John Rutter’s Requiem and the world premiere of Richard Burchard’s Stabat Mater, which was written for the Paris Choral Society and the American Cathedral Choir. Burchard was the composer in residence at the American Cathedral in 2017.

Zachary Ullery conducts the PCS and the Paris Symphonic Orchestra.

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Paris Choral Society Concert : World Premiere Burchard's Stabat Mater
Mar
29
8:00 PM20:00

Paris Choral Society Concert : World Premiere Burchard's Stabat Mater

March 29 at 8pm.

For their second concert of the 2018-2019 Season, the Paris Choral Society invites you to share two choral works with them; one well-known, John Rutter’s Requiem and the world premiere of Richard Burchard’s Stabat Mater, which was written for the Paris Choral Society and the American Cathedral Choir. Burchard was the composer in residence at the American Cathedral in 2017.

Zachary Ullery conducts the PCS and the Paris Symphonic Orchestra.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Umberto Realino - guitar
Mar
24
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Umberto Realino - guitar

Sunday March 24 at 3pm Umberto Realino - guitar Works by Mudarra, Navarez, Dowland,  Mangore, Tarrega, Pernambuco, Bach, Malats, Scarlatti, Pagannini and more.

Mr. Realino performs regularly in concerts and recitals. He has been a featured performer in France at the 6th “Festival de la Butte Montmartre-Paris", the "Festival de Pontivy", "Concerts du Château d'Anet" at "Evron-Musical", and by invitation by the Cour d'Appel du Palais de Justice de Paris, to give concerts at the Sainte - Chapelle. Further appearances have occurred in Austria at "Festival Serenadenkonzerte Schwatz" ;  in Spain "Fundacion Eutherpe" ;  in Italy at the "Narnia-Festival" of Narni, the "Festival des Nations" in Rome, and at the  "Guitar Summer Festival" in Siracusa.

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Cathedral Forum: Protestant Missionaries in Korea and their Impact
Mar
24
9:45 AM09:45

Cathedral Forum: Protestant Missionaries in Korea and their Impact

Since the late 19th century, Protestant (mainly American) missionaries have profoundly affected Korean society. Their activities affected not only on the spread of Christianity, but also education, health, women’s rights, and resistance to Japanese colonialism. However, Korea’s foreignness also often changed the missionaries. 

In this Forum, William Mako and Eunok Lee explore the ways in which the missionaries and Korean society affected one another. They also consider Christianity’s history and prospects in North Korea. 

Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 9:45am in the Fleetwood Room.

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A Mid-Lenten Choral Evensong
Mar
21
6:00 PM18:00

A Mid-Lenten Choral Evensong

Thursday, March 21 at 6pm. A mid-Lenten choral evensong featuring the Cathedral Choir with the Choir of Gentlemen and Boys of Magdalen College, Oxford (UK).

Service music by Kenneth Leighton, Herbert Howells and Samuel Sebastian Wesley.

“Choral Evensong is a 45-minute long peace-inducing church service in which the “song” of voices sounding together in harmony is heard at the “even” point between the active day and restful night, allowing listeners time for restful contemplation - Church members, agnostics, and atheists alike. It is both free of charge and free of religious commitment, and its 470-year-old choral music tradition - established around 1549 - is performed live and often to a very high standard.” (www.choralevensong.org)

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Mélodies modernes et contemporaines
Mar
17
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Mélodies modernes et contemporaines

Sunday, March 17 at 3pm Danielle Arrigoni, mezzo-soprano,  Oliver Wehlmann, piano.

Works by Webern, Bartok, Shostakovitch, Porena, Wehlmann and Britten.

Three well known composers from the first half of the 20th century dialogue with three composers still with us today, and give us a glimpse of mysterious sound worlds, original musical languages ​​and intense, prophetic or absurd poetic universes.

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Cathedral Forum: Ladies' Choice? Did alluring male displays lead to transformative works of art?
Mar
17
9:45 AM09:45

Cathedral Forum: Ladies' Choice? Did alluring male displays lead to transformative works of art?

What history and features link Darwin’s sexual selection, bowerbirds, human mate choice, performance art and the Anglican Eucharist?

In this Forum, Peter Brooks, parishioner and lecturer in neurobiology, will discuss ornithologist Richard Prum’s The Evolution of Beauty, and map the twelve universal features outlined in Dennis Dutton’s The Art Instinct onto examples such as Marcel Duchamp’s “Fontaine”, the Superbowl, the 2016 presidential election, and the Eucharistic rite.

Participation in art that provides meaning and personal transformation might be enriched by appreciation of its origins in creation’s procreation.

Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 9:45am in the Fleetwood Room.

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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Soprano and Piano
Mar
10
3:00 PM15:00

Les Dimanches Musicaux: Soprano and Piano

Sunday, March 10 at 3pm Sheila Dunn - soprano Blake Riley - piano Works by Fauré, Strauss, Gordon and Barber.

Dr. Sheila Dunn, soprano, is an Associate Professor of Voice and Chair of the Department of Music at the University of West Florida where she primarily teaches applied voice, vocal pedagogy, vocal literature, opera workshop and women in popular music. She maintains an active performing career particularly in opera and as a concert artist and recitalist.

In constant demand as a collaborative partner, pianist Blake Riley has been praised for his beauty of tone and communicative powers. Through his performances with Pensacola Opera’s Salon Series and other concerts, he has worked with artists from some of this country’s leading opera houses, including San Francisco Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, New York City Opera, Santa Fe Opera and Houston Grand Opera.

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Cathedral Forum: What Lent Means to Me
Mar
10
9:45 AM09:45

Cathedral Forum: What Lent Means to Me

In this Forum, three parishioners discuss their ways and more: Anne Marie Reijnen, our resident theologian, will provide us with deep context, while Walter Wells and Joe Coyle will offer their personal experiences plus what, as journalistic observers, they have seen, for better or worse, among other Christians.

Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 9:45am in the Fleetwood Room. 

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