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Upcoming Music Events

All information is subject to change.
Most events are in the Nave unless otherwise specified.
Please address questions to Canon Musician John Schaefer (816-214-9928 or

Choir of Men and Boys of St. Thomas Church

Friday, March 28, 2014 • 7:30 p.m.

Tickets available from the Central Ticket Office
(816-235-6222 or BUY TICKETS ONLINE).

The Choir of Men and Boys of St. Thomas Church, New York City, will present a concert at the Cathedral. We invite you to become a patron of the concert.

The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys is considered by major critics the outstanding choral ensemble of the Anglican musical tradition in the United States today. Besides offering a full concert series each year, the Choir of sixteen men and three dozen boys sings at five weekly principal worship services, preparing an astounding four hundred pieces of sacred music a year.

The Men of the Choir are professional singers; the Boys attend Saint Thomas Choir School, the only church-related residential choir school in the United States, and one of only a few similar schools remaining in the world.

The Choir has been directed since 2004 by John Scott, formerly Organist and Director of Music at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.

Choral Evensong

Sunday, March 16  5 p.m.

Featuring music by Richard Ayleward, William Mathias and Peter Mathews. David Gardner is guest organist.  Free admission.

Musica Vocale
Sunday, March 23  2 p.m.

Join Musica Vocale for their sixth season with Palestrina & Bernstein — music by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Leonard Bernstein and others.  Mark Ball is the guest conductor.
Tickets and more information here.

William Baker Festival Singers
Sunday, April 6  2 p.m.

Brahms’s German Requiem with the original two piano accompaniment.
Tickets and more information here.

Choral Evensong
Sunday, April 27  5 p.m.

Featuring music by Richard Ayleward, Herbert Howells and Peter Mathews.