We are excited to present the
2013-2014 Concert Series!
SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE
It begins on
Sunday, October 13, at 3 p.m. with the
Patterson/Sutton Duo playing cello/
guitar music from their new CD entitled
'Cold Dark Matter'. You can hear samples
of their beautiful playing on their
On November 24 at 3 p.m., Confluence
a cappella choir will present
MUSIC WHICH MAKES TIME STAND
STILL. Marsh Barnette will play portions
of a late Beethoven sonata, and
the choir will sing pieces which suspend
the listener in the 'eternal now' of amazing
Then, back by popular demand,
on the THIRD Sunday of Advent this
year, is the FESTIVAL SERVICE OF
LESSONS AND CAROLS; December
15th at 3 p.m.. This service features the
St. Paul's Church Choir and Confluence,
a child soprano singing the traditional
opening verse, and returning this
year, the PARK HILL BRASS QUINTET.
Besides kicking off the Christmas
fun at St. Paul's, this service celebrates
all the various outreach groups involved
with St. Paul's and in Lakewood.
On Sunday, March 2, 2014, at 3
p.m., Confluence presents a BRAHMS
CONCERT. This is the first concert by
Confluence completely devoted to the
music of Johannes Brahms. The choir
will perform Nanie and parts of the German
Requiem, along with the famous,
light-hearted Liebeslieder, accompanied
by two pianists at the piano!
On May 2, 2014 at 3 p.m., the Parish
Choir of St. Paul's will entertain all
comers with their excellent VARIETY
SHOW. Every Sunday the choir leads us
in worship. Come see and hear their hidden
On June 1, 2014, at 3 p.m., the
Concert Series wraps up with the
WORLD PREMIERE of WHEN GOD
LETS MY BODY BE, commissioned by
Confluence from composer Jan Krzywicki.
Mr. Krzywicki and his wife, collaborative
pianist, Susan Nowicki, travel
from Philadelphia, PA, to join the choir
in presenting the featured piece and
many others of Mr. Krzywicki's compositions.
With such an ambitious program,
it is necessary to charge admission to the
concerts, but we want anyone who attends
St. Paul's to be able to enjoy all of
the concerts at a minimal cost. The full
cost for all of the concerts would be $60
per person, if paying at the door. (The
Festival of Lessons and Carols and the
Variety Show are free.) Beginning in September,
and up until the first concert, St.
Paul's members can purchase a season
ticket to all the events for only $20 per
person. In addition, scholarships are
available to anyone who might need one.
Please tell Fr. Allan or Allison if you
know someone who might need one. We
don't want anyone to miss this great music. For ticket information and purchase contact Allison Olsson, firstname.lastname@example.org.