Welcome to St. Paul’s Concert Series, providing world-class performances at a donation-based family-friendly admission price. Please scroll below to see our next performance scheduled, register to attend the performance, make a donation, and view the program for the performance!
OUR CONCERT EVENTS HAVE MOVED ONLINE! Until it is safe for us to resume enjoying music live and in-person, we will broadcast our concerts from St Paul’s online! Please stay safe and well, and we look forward to seeing you online at these fabulous performances!
Our Next Concert
To attend this online performance, please register for tickets by clicking HERE. You will be emailed a concert reminder with the link to the performance.
After the performance, our performers will dialog with our audience through comments submitted from the online chat.
Click HERE for the full concert program to view or print.
Donations are optional, but gratefully accepted. Average donations for attendees are $10 (student) or $20(adult). Regardless of donation, all viewers are welcome! We greatly appreciate your support of our artists and our concert program! Please share your support by making a donation HERE!
About Arthur Omura
St. Paul’s Concert Series is excited to present Arthur Omura playing Harpsichord and Organ at our next online concert scheduled Saturday, November 28 at 7pm. This concert is being presented to you LIVE, streamed to you at home!
Arthur Omura is a specialist in historical keyboard instruments based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He studied with Charles Rus in San Francisco, and with Dr. Lucinda Carver at the University of Southern California. He has performed at the Boston and Berkeley Early Music festivals and given numerous performances in Los Angeles and the Bay Area. He has worked with MicroFest, wildUp, iPalpiti, Les Surprises Baroques, Musica Angelica, and the American Bach Soloists. Omura has collaborated on several recordings, most recently on “Kontrapunktus”, a collection of new music by composer Mark Moya written in a Baroque idiom. His interest in instrument making and organology led him to work with harpsichord builder Curtis Berak, whom he has assisted in restoring several instruments, and with organ builder Manuel Rosales. Omura is the director of music at Grace Episcopal Church in Martinez, California.
For St. Paul’s, Omura brings us a lovely evening of Baroque, Classical, and Modern favorites on harpsichord and organ.
About the St. Paul’s Concert Series
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is pleased to bring this year-round concert series to the East Bay at an affordable, donation-based cost. Performed in the beautiful sanctuary of St. Paul’s church near downtown Walnut Creek, the concert series presents world-class performances in an intimate setting accompanied along with free parking and convenient nearby access to Walnut Creek BART. Once we are able to safely host large gatherings again, we welcome you to our concert home! Visit us on Facebook at facebook.com/stpaulsconcertseries/
All performances are performed live and broadcast from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Walnut Creek.
or call (925) 297-0134. To make a donation to St. Paul’s using PayPal/credit card, use this link.
To learn more about St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, we welcome you to click through the menu items at the top of this screen, or call (925) 934-2324.