2017 promises to be a glorious year for St. Paul’s, musically and otherwise. Since our terrific dual chorus Advent Lessons and Carols services in December, the Choir has great momentum. We have a new French horn player, Jonathan , and the brass players have been outdoing themselves to play more. And our hip associate rector Rev. Jeffrey Dodge plays rock guitar, and heavens, does he have a voice! You should hear him solo with the Spirit Band.
Speaking of Spirit Band, every 2 months we have a contemporary band with piano, bass, guitar and drums. And sometimes trumpet (thank you, Greg! , violin (thank you, Zoe! , oboe (thank you, Joan! … So if you play sax, tambourine, or some other fun instrument, or just want to join in singing on the refrain, come on down! Our next Spirit Service is Feb. 19th at 9:30 am.
Lenten Evensong: On March 26th, 2017 at 7 pm we look forward to a musical celebration in Lenten Evensong with many other faith traditions. This will be a first. The music for this occasion will be exceptional: combining all of our voices. Please inquire if interested: email@example.com
Do you miss singing? Are you interested in learning more about music, and being exposed directly to music by the greats? Talk with Dwight about joining St. Paul’s Choir (or Spirit Band). And if you play an instrument, definitely let Dwight know! firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Choir Retreat: our Choir Retreat will be Thurs.–Sat. (yet to be announced) at the lovely, peaceful San Damiano Retreat Center in Danville. We have workshops, woodshedding, chapel service, meditation, time for walking in nature, the labyrinth, and more. Come join us.
Many thanks to you who participate, and others who continue to support our music program through myriad ways here at St Paul’s.