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Nov
20
11:00 AM11:00

Service of Thanksgiving: Voices of Hope

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Please join the Candler community for a Service of Thanksgiving featuring The Voices of Hope choir from Arrendale State Prison, The Rev. Susan F. Bishop 75T, Chaplain and Director.

The Service of Thanksgiving will take place in the Cannon Chapel Sanctuary on the campus of Emory University.

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Nov
30
7:30 PM19:30

The Atlanta Symphony Brass Holiday Concert

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Enjoy an evening with The Atlanta Symphony Brass as they present some of the finest arrangements of traditional holiday carols & beloved standards of the symphonic orchestra repertoire ever made for brass ensemble & percussion–a holiday treat that is certain to be one of the most delightful & thrilling musical events of the season!

Presented by Friends of Cathedral Music at the Cathedral of St. Philip.

Buy tickets at www.cathedralATL.org/concerts  or the Cathedral Book Store (404) 237-7582. For more information call (404) 365-1050.

Concert Patron: $150 in advance (includes 2 tickets & unreserved seats in the preferred seating section of the Cathedral nave, held until 10 minutes prior to the concert);  General admission: $25 in advance / $30 day of concert;  Seniors: $20 in advance / $25 day of concert;  Students: $10 in advance / $15 day of concert

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Dec
1
10:00 AM10:00

Advent Quiet Day "Anticipating the Divine"

Discovering how the rhythms of Advent, the music, Scripture, and traditions, prepare us to welcome Christ into the center of our being.

  • 9:30-10:00 - Coffee, Welcome

  • 10:00 - 12:00 – Three meditations, reflection, song, and silent prayer

  • 12:00 - Eucharist

  • 12:30 – Lunch

A suggested donation of $10 to cover lunch is appreciated.

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Jan
20
7:00 PM19:00

Friends of Music Concert Series: Atlanta Brassworks

Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 7pm in the Nave: Atlanta Brassworks

Holy Innocents is proud to offer up a quintet of Atlanta’s finest brass specialists playing the familiar to the not-so-familiar… the melodic to the dissonant… the baroque to the best of modern brass music. A treat for ears, eyes, and soul, Atlanta Brassworks will lift you up. You will be inspired and will leave with a happy heart.

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May
5
7:00 PM19:00

Friends of Music Concert Series: Elisabeth Remy Johnson

Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 7pm in the Nave: Elisabeth Remy Johnson, Harpist

To be conveyed from the mundane to the celestial, join us at Holy Innocents to revel in the gorgeous tones of the heavenly harp as played by Elisabeth Remy Johnson, principal harpist of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Each selection in the Legends for Harp program has a basis in literary narrative… a poem, a play, or a folk song. From Prokofiev to an Appalachian Folk Song, each delicate strain will soothe you and transport you. Ahhh, such is the music of the harp!

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Nov
12
7:30 PM19:30

VOCES8 in Concert

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VOCES8 is one of the most sensational new choirs on the international music scene, having earned its place as a first-rank chamber ensemble with stunningly beautiful online video recordings & tours throughout the world. This first-ever Atlanta performance by VOCES8 will be an evening not to be missed!

Preview some of VOCES8 performances online at http://voces8.com/media.

Presented by Friends of Cathedral Music at the Cathedral of St. Philip. 

Buy tickets at www.cathedralATL.org/concerts or from the Cathedral Book Store (404) 237-7582. For more information call (404) 365-1050

Concert Patron: $150 in advance (includes 2 tickets & unreserved seats in the preferred seating section of the Cathedral nave, held until 10 minutes prior to the concert);  General admission: $25 in advance / $30 day of concert;  Seniors: $20 in advance / $25 day of concert;  Students: $10 in advance / $15 day of concert

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Nov
10
9:00 AM09:00

STAMP Music Workshop for String Quartets

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St. Aidan’s Music Project, aka STAMP, is a brand new community-focused branch of St. Aidan’s Music Ministry.  The framework is a series of workshops held throughout the year and has two primary goals:  

  1. to build and grow the church’s relationship with its neighbors and the community-at-large by means of

  2. providing rich and varying topics to musicians of all ages.

The inaugural workshop is for string quartet and will be a day-long program led by the Kazanetti String Quartet involving one-on-one coaching in quartet format of an assigned string quartet (Mozart, K. 157); a talk by KSQ on historical and performance aspects of the work; and a performance of the complete work.

Future workshops will range from audition preparation to songwriting to jazz improvisation and more.

Please visit http://bit.ly/stampnov102018 for information & registration. Registration closes November 5, 2018.

$140 Early Bird Registration through October 10; $165 after October 10

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Nov
8
11:00 AM11:00

Service of Word: The Rev. Canon Michael Barlowe

Please join the Candler community for a Service of Word.

Preacher:  The Rev. Canon Michael Barlowe, Executive Officer of the General Convention The Episcopal Church, New York, NY

View the live stream of this service athttp://candler.emory.edu/life-at-candler/spiritual-life/worship-music/live-streaming-worship.html

Location: Cannon Chapel Sanctuary

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Nov
7
5:00 PM17:00

National Association of Episcopal Schools Biennial Conference Evening Prayer

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The National Association of Episcopal Schools will be closing their Wednesday events and preparing for the remainder of the Biennial Conference 2018 with a Sung Evening Prayer service at St. Luke's. The Rt. Rev. Robert C. Wright will be preaching.

For more information about this service or the NAES Biennial Conference, please visit http://www.episcopalschools.org/atlanta2018.

 
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Oct
11
7:30 PM19:30

30th Annual Pride Eucharist

As a prelude to the Pride weekend activities, Integrity Atlanta will host its 30th Annual Pride Eucharist on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The Eucharist will take place at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 634 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30308 and will begin at 7:30 pm. The preacher for the service is the Reverend Dr. Horace Griffin, Associate Priest, St. Luke’s, Atlanta. The celebrant is the Reverend Kimberly Jackson, Associate Rector, All Saints’, Atlanta. We will also welcome the musical talents of Trey Clegg and the Trey Clegg Singers to lead music for the service. All truly are welcome!

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Sep
30
7:00 PM19:00

Friends of Music Concert Series: Atlanta Celli

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Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 7pm in the Nave: Atlanta Celli

A unique treat, four lovely young women playing cello in a quartet, Atlanta Celli will offer up Bach to the Beatles, the classical to the contemporary, with all of the pulsing rhythms, soaring melodies, and plaintive adagios of one of the most sumptuous of all the string instruments in our orbit.

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Sep
28
to Sep 30

Patronal Feast Celebration

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Friday:  
Contemplative Worship Service 7:00 pm
Led by the Daughters of the King

Saturday:  
Community Open House 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Taste of St. Michael’s, Food prepared and sold by Men of Michael
Health Fair, Fun and games for the kids

Sunday:  
Celebration of the Feast of St. Michael Eucharist 9:30 am
Potluck lunch following the service
Wear traditional dress

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Sep
24
7:30 PM19:30

Important Update: Acolyte Festival Verger Volunteers

This is a change in plan from our originally announced face-to-face meeting.


We will not meet at St. Martin in the Fields on Saturday, September 22. We WILL have a conference call: September 24, 2018, Monday at 7:30 PM.

The dial in information was provided via email to those who’ve signed up to volunteer. If you’ve signed up and need the dial in information please reach out to vergeratlanta@gmail.com.

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Sep
22
to Sep 23

A Weekend for Peace

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Join us as we welcome Rev. Dr. Gary Mason to All Saints'. Mason is the founder and director of Rethinking Conflict, a UK based non-profit social enterprise working in the field of conflict transformation, peace-building and reconciliation. In his lecture, he will address the needs of Atlanta in seeking a peaceable common life, touching on racial identity, the legacies of slavery and the ongoing struggle for civil rights, and more. 

Saturday, September 22
Public Lecture: Peace in Our City
5:00-6:00 p.m., Ellis Hall; reception immediately follows.

Songs for Peace Concert; 7:00 p.m., in the church.

Sunday, September 23
Guest Preacher; 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. worship, church

Rector’s Forum with The Rev. Dr. Gary Mason and Youth Panel:
Peace for the Future
10:20-11:05 a.m., Ellis Hall

Closing Lunch with Keynote Address:
Peace Through the Church
12:30 p.m., Ellis Hall


$15 for lunch. RSVP at allsaintsatlanta.org/peace-weekend-lunch by September 20. Contact Lauri Begley at lbegley@allsaintsatlanta.org for more information.

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Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

Heart & Soul Annual Barbecue

Prepared by our famous Holy Smokers, this long-time family event will be loads of fun! Lunch on the grounds is from 12-3pm, and includes music! The event costs $15 each and $5 for children (10 & under). Lunch can also be delivered to your employees for $12 each from 11-12pm.

Price includes barbecue, Brunswick Stew, slaw, homemade desserts, and drink. All proceeds benefit local charities!

Please call 770-893-4525 for tickets or if you would like to be a sponsor!

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Sep
20
6:30 PM18:30

Soul[ful] Food: A Dinner Conversation on the Intersection of Food, Cooking, and Spirituality

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You are invited to join Rose Scott, host of WABE’s “Closer Look;” Deborah VanTrece, Executive Chef and Restaurateur; and The Rev. Kimberly S. Jackson, Episcopal priest and urban farmer, for a soulful dinner. Listen in as award-winning journalist Rose Scott facilitates a dialogue with Deborah VanTrece and The Rev. Kimberly Jackson about food and its relationship to spirituality. Dinner will be catered by Deborah VanTrece, with music by violinist and vocalist LaTonya Peoples. This event is open to the public.

Register online or call The Rev. Kim Jackson at 404-267-4276 by 9/17/18. The event is $30. 

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Sep
15
4:00 PM16:00

13th Annual Tea Party

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The honor of your presence is requested at our 13th Annual High Tea Party.

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon sipping teas with enormous health benefits as you are entertained by music from St. Timothy's Choir, Mahalia Jackson and the melodies by our own saxophonist.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, September 12 by contacting Mary Nelson at 404-840-4412, Deborah Maxwell at 770-355-6155, or Lorna Francis at 404-580-0472

The event is $25 for Adults and $15 for Children (7-12)

 

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Aug
22
7:00 PM19:00

Friends of Music Concert Series: Stefan Donner

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Wednesday, August 22 at 7pm in the Nave: Stefan Donner

Direct from Vienna, Austria, one of the great musical capitals of the world, we present this organist extraordinaire, playing works of Carl Czerny, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Felix Mendelssohn, and Franz Schmidt, just days before he plays at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in Manhattan! Be thrilled by the majestic Schoenstein organ in the Nave at Holy Innocents!

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Jun
27
7:30 PM19:30

Atlanta Summer Organ Festival Recital by Robert Huw Morgan

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Robert Huw Morgan is the University Organist at Stanford University, a position he has held since 1999. A native of Wales, he received his BA and MA from Cambridge University and in 1989 became a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists. In 1999, he was awarded two doctorates in music, one in organ performance and the other in orchestral conducting, from the University of Washington. His teachers have included Carole Terry, Nicolas Kynaston (repertoire) and Nigel Allcoat (improvisation).

Dr. Morgan performs a wide range of repertoire, from the earliest sources to the present day. In 2005, he performed the complete organ works of Buxtehude and, during the academic year 2010-2011, the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach. In addition to his duties as University Organist, he also holds the positions of Lecturer in Music, Director of the Stanford University Singers, and Director of the Stanford Memorial Church Choir.

Program:
Henry Smart, Postlude in D
Johann Sebastian Bach, Sonata No. 5 in C, BWV 529)
Louis Vierne, Clair de Lune, Op. 53
Franz Liszt, Fantasie und Fuge über den Choral Ad nos, ad salutarem undam, S.259

The event is presented by Friends of Cathedral Music. There is a suggested donation of $15 at the door. For more information, please call (404) 365-1050.

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Jun
8
to Jun 10

Cold Mountain Music Festival

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Tickets are on sale for the Second Annual Cold Mountain Music Festival, which will take place June 8-9, 2018. The lineup includes Shovels & Rope, Mandolin Orange, River Whyless, Jon Stickley Trio, The Steel Wheels, Tyler Ramsey, DnagerMuffin, The Broadcast, and the Kenny George Band.  

Music festivals abound in Western North Carolina, but two things make the Cold Mountain event truly stand out. The first is location. The festival’s setting is Lake Logan, a 300-acre natural paradise featuring a mile-long lake surrounded by the Shining Rock Wilderness Area. Although Lake Logan is just 25 minutes from Asheville, many area residents have never heard of it. Lake Logan was once the home of the country’s first school of forestry, and was later an executive retreat visited by Richard Nixon, George Bush, Billy Graham, and many others. Now owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina, Lake Logan remains one of the most jaw-dropping landscapes within the Pisgah National Forest area. The second special thing about the festival is that it’s an event organized by the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina as a fundraiser for Lake Logan and Camp Henry.

“I think people are often surprised that the Diocese wanted to take on a project like this,” says Michelle Robinson, who co-produces the festival. “Simply put, the Episcopal community is full of people who love good music and having a great time in such a stunning landscape. Lake Logan is a special place, and we are thrilled to share it with the public through this festival.” 

Last year, the festival was headlined by Grammy-award winning hometown favorites the Steep Canyon Rangers, supported by acts like Town Mountain, Billy Strings, Love Canon, and Balsam Range.   

This year the festival has expanded to include a second night and will offer camping for the first time. On-site cabins have already sold out, but dorm-style bunkhouse lodging is still available. Local food and craft beer vendors will be on hand throughout the weekend, and a kid’s area will offer activities and games for children. 

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Jun
6
6:00 PM18:00

Appleton's Annual Recognition of the Deaconesses of the Order of St. Katharine

Please join us for the 4th annual celebration and recognition service honoring the Deaconesses of the Order of St. Katharine, one of the earliest orders for women in the Episcopal Church.  The deaconesses were women of great faith and grace who administered the Appleton Church Home, rearing and educating girls from 1870 to 1937.  The 110th Annual Council of the Diocese of Atlanta resolved to recognize these noble women as the first saints of the Diocese of Atlanta.  Canon John Thompson-Quartey will deliver the homily and Father Bryan Hinson will be the celebrant.  After the worship service, a summer supper will be served in the Parish House.

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Jun
2
11:00 AM11:00

Caribbean American Festival

St. Timothy's Episcopal Church will be hosting it's 22nd Caribbean American Festival on Saturday, June 2, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM.  

Donation: $5.00.  
Door Prizes: 1st Prize: $500.00; 2nd Prize: 55" Flat Screen TV; 3rd Prize: Samsung Chromebook
Music: DJ Jungle Jim and Karaoke
Featuring: Plaiting of the Maypole & Crowning of the May Queen, Line Dancing & Dancing in the Street, Kids Face Paining and Astro Jump, Caribbean and American Delicacies & More

Booth Rental Available

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May
19
11:00 AM11:00

Fiesta Latina

Join in the fun -  food, games, a bouncy house for children, and music. There will be tacos, pupusas, empanadas, pastries, juices, and more, as well as hamburgers and hotdogs. We will be selling typical Latino dishes to raise money for our refugees and immigrants fund. Your help will enable us to assist immediate needs of mothers and children when fathers face deportation. You can have lunch with us or buy food to go. All are welcome! Todos bienvenidos!

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May
19
11:00 AM11:00

Caribbean American Festival: POSTPONED to June 2, 2018

Postponed to June 2, 2018

St. Timothy's Episcopal Church will be hosting it's 22nd Caribbean American Festival on Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM.  

Donation: $5.00.  
Door Prizes: 1st Prize: $500.00; 2nd Prize: 55" Flat Screen TV; 3rd Prize: Samsung Chromebook
Music: DJ Jungle Jim and Karaoke
Featuring: Plaiting of the Maypole & Crowning of the May Queen, Line Dancing & Dancing in the Street, Kids Face Paining and Astro Jump, Caribbean and American Delicacies & More

Booth Rental Available

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Apr
21
7:30 PM19:30

The Schola Cantorum of St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church

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The Schola Cantorum will offer "Music for Compline, Guide Us Waking and Guard us Sleeping: Music for the end of the day from the 15th to the 21st century", Shannon Gallier, conductor. The Schola Cantorum will sing a completely acapella repertoire in the context of Compline and give instruction about the nature of the service. Founded in 1994, the 15 member Schola Cantorum of St. Bartholomew’s, Atlanta, is made up of select members of the Canterbury Choir, as well as auditioned members from outside the Parish.

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Apr
20
8:00 PM20:00

HTP Presents: Earth Day Open Mic at Java Monkey

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Come listen, sing, and/or play in celebration of Earth Day at Java Monkey on Friday, April 20, 8:00-11:00 PM.

Many artists performing environmentally themed songs, or simply songs that celebrate the human spirit, in celebration of Earth Day.

If you want to perform, contact Charles Absher, cabsher@comcast.net.

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Apr
14
7:30 PM19:30

The Choir Boys of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London

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Join us for a delightful evening of musical gems for boys’ voices by Britten and Poulenc, to name but two of the great composers whose music will be presented in this concert. The Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, is one of the most renowned Choirs of Men & Boys in the world. Known worldwide from its many recordings and, throughout modern history, its participation in services on national occasions, most recently HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee (2012) and the funeral of Baroness Thatcher (2013), the Choir’s main responsibility is to sing the daily choral services of St Paul’s Cathedral, for which it maintains one of the largest active choral repertoires of any choir, anywhere.

With Andrew Carwood, Director of Music, and Simon Johnson, Organist.

Program:
Drei Motteten (Op. 39) Felix Mendelssohn
Prelude and Fugue in C minor (Op. 37, No 1) Felix Mendelssohn
Five Motets George Malcolm
Missa brevis in D (Op. 63) Benjamin Britten
Pie Jesu Gabriel Fauré
Lux aeterna Nadia Boulanger
Litanies à la Vierge noire Francis Poulenc
Fugue sur le nom d’Alain Maurice Duruflé
Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land   C. Hubert H. Parry
The song of the tree of life   Ralph Vaughan Williams
For the fallen Mark Blatchly
How can I keep from singing arr. John Scott
For the beauty of the earth John Rutter

Presented by Friends of Cathedral Music and the British Consulate-General Atlanta.

Patrons: $150 (ADMISSION FOR TWO unreserved seats in Preferred Seating, held until 10 minutes prior to the concert), purchased in advance General: $25 (advance), $30 (day of concert) Senior: $20 (advance), $25 (day of concert) Student: $10 (advance), $15 (day of concert)

For more information:  (404) 365-1050

Tickets available online at www.stphilipscathedral.org/concerts or the Cathedral Book Store, (404) 237-7582.

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Mar
30
12:00 PM12:00

Choral Stations of the Cross

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This year, the Stations will be enhanced by musical meditations taken from “Return to Me” by Taylor Scott Davis and Terry York. These will be performed by St. Anne’s Adult Choir with Erin Cassel on cello and Julie McClatchey on piano. The work is designed as “a musical journey through the Stations of the Cross…[and] the text is intended to create a conversation between ancient scripture texts and current hard speech” (quotes from the composers). One of the most powerful examples of this is in the final section, ”No crying he makes”, which contrasts Jesus’ birth with his death by using the same imagery.

We are pleased to offer this unique opportunity to reflect on the Passion of the Christ. Join us; bring your family and friends. Childcare will be provided. It will be a moving and enriching experience for all. Free.

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Mar
18
4:00 PM16:00

An Afternoon Of Song: A Celebration Of Art Songs

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Featuring: 
Brenda Turnerr, Soprano
Trey Clegg, Piano

With Special Guests:
Kevin Chaneyy, Violin
William Keene, Horn
William Menefield, Piano
Tom Wardell, Baritone
Lianna Wimberly Williams, Mezzo-Soprano

We'll present songs from Saint Saens, Schumann, Vaughn Williams, Bellini, Menefield, Strauss, and more. Please join us for this FREE event, as we Open the doors of classical music for ALL to enjoy!
 

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Mar
18
4:00 PM16:00

Evensong at Zion

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A special service with glorious music is planned at 1848 Historic Zion Church in Talbotton.  

Debbie Anderson, member of St. Thomas Episcopal and Music Director at the Springer Opera House in Columbus, GA, will chant Evensong. Tony Barrett, Organist from St. Andrew's in Fort Valley, GA, will play the organ and arrange other music. The original Bible, prayer book, and Eucharist set will be on display. 

For more information contact Katherine Johnson at djohn57@bellsouth.net.

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Mar
17
8:00 PM20:00

George Handel's Israel in Egypt

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Travel the epic journey from slavery to the promised land. Revisit the Passover story through George Frideric Handel’s enthralling Oratorio, Israel in Egypt.

“Thou in thy mercy hast led forth thy people which thou hast redeemed; thou hast guided them in thy strength unto thy holy habitation,” (Israel in Egypt-George Frideric Handel).
Atlanta Master Chorale invites members of the Christian and Jewish community to its Israel in Egypt concert on Saturday, March 17, to discover and experience this wonderful musical masterpiece; first, because they will love it, and secondly, because it is a critical part of their pilgrimage story.

The Exodus is a common thread that binds Christians and Jews together in the journey of faith.  This sacred writing tells the story of the Jews and the story of Christians. The celebrations of Passover and Easter often overlap. This year is no exception with the beginning of Passover and the celebration of Good Friday falling on March 30. There is an incredible parallel between the Jewish exodus from Egypt and Jesus' cross on Calvary. Both faith traditions celebrate the story of Exodus during these holy days: for Jews, the recalling of the escape of the Chosen people from Egypt and their journey to the Promised Land (now Israel); and for Christians, the “passover” from slavery to sin to a life of hope and resurrection.

Revisit the well-known Passover story in a new way: experience the dramatic telling of the Exodus through George Frideric Handel’s enthralling oratorio, Israel in Egypt. Known for its grand and sweeping array of choruses, arias and masterful orchestrations, it remains one of Handel’s most popular and inventive works. Share the Israelites’ epic journey from captivity to freedom, as Handel weaves vivid imagery and varied texture within vocal and instrumental parts. It is an opportunity to bring the faith communities together and celebrate our common heritage. You will be delighted and transfixed as Atlanta Master Chorale and accompanying orchestra bring this grand MasterWork to the stage at Schwartz Center for Performing Arts on Saturday, March 17th at 8:00 PM. 

Tickets: $35/adult, $30/senior and $10/student.

To reserve your tickets, call 404.727.5050 or go to emory.arts.edu by March 16th. Tickets will also available at the door if concert is not sold out.

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