Music at St. Paul’s concert series announces 2013-14 season


St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is excited to present the 2013-2014 Concert Series! It begins on Sunday October 13 at 3 PM 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 website

Season Tickets will be available for $40, a $60 value, good for all 4 concerts. Individual tickets are $15 adult, $9 for Seniors and $9 for students. Children under 6 are free.

On November 24 at 3 PM, 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 art. Season Tickets will be available for $40, a $5 savings for this second concert of the season.

The THIRD Sunday of Advent this year, is the FESTIVAL SERVICE OF LESSONS AND CAROLS, December 15th at 3 PM. This FREE 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 3PM, Confluence presents a BRAHMS CONCERT. This is the first concert by Confluence completely devoted to the music of Johannes Brahms. The choir will perform Nänie and parts of the German Requiem, along with the famous, light-hearted Liebeslieder, accompanied by two pianists at the piano.

On June 1, 2014 at 3 PM, 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.

For season tickets or other information, contact Allison Olsson at 303-279-2932 or Friend us on Facebook – Confluence or check out our website,