The Arts At Saint Mark's
Saint Mark's celebrates the creative human spirit by presenting outstanding music events in the sacred spaces of our cathedral (Flentrop organ concerts, Organ Plus concerts, choral and chamber music concerts), as well as exploring such artistic endeavors as drama, visual arts in the cathedral, and writing. Read more about choirs affiliated with Saint Mark's Cathedral here.
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2018-2019 Music Series
With the completion of the Cathedral renovation, the 2018-19 Arts at Saint Mark's Music Series promises to be an exquisite season! Come and hear how this sanctuary gives every sound wings, every soul a lift heavenward.
All-Bach on the Flentrop Organ: Edoardo Bellotti, organist
An organist renowned for his insightful and energetic performances of baroque music. Through an all-Bach program, audiences will experience how Bellotti blends “historical research and creativity…into a charming performance” (Corriere della Sera, Italy).
This is the last performance of the year, and shall be followed by a reception in the nave.
Friday, May 3
Show 7:30 P.M. Doors 7:00 P.M
$20 Adult, $15 Student / Senior
FIRST SUNDAYS, OCTOBER-MAY 4:30 P.M.
Choral Evensong is a treasure among Christian liturgies in the Anglican tradition. Saint Mark's Evensong Choir comprises an adult subgroup of the Cathedral Choir, with advanced boy- and girl-choristers and the teenaged Schola of Saint Mark's Choir School. All are welcome to attend.
October 7 – The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
November 4 – The Festival of All Saints
December 2 – O Antiphons at 7 p.m. *
January 6 – Lessons and Carols on the Feast of the Epiphany **
February 3 – The Feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple
March 3 – The Last Sunday after The Epiphany
April 7 – The Fifth Sunday in Lent
May 5 – The Third Sunday of Easter
June 2 – The Seventh Sunday of Easter: Ascension Sunday
* O Antiphons at 7 p.m. will take the place of Evensong on this day.
** Epiphany Lessons and Carols at 4:30 will take the place of Evensong on this day.