THE STEELESOf Ministry and MusicFriday, October 12, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.St. Olaf Catholic Church presents internationally acclaimed music group, The Steeles, for the first “Of Ministry and Music” event. The community concert of celebration will feature J.D., Fred, Jearlyn, Jevetta, and Billy Steele. They have been singing together since they were children and have become an integral part of the Minnesota sound. Info at 612-767-7635. Ticket information: www.suemclean.com
NOONTIME ORGAN RECITALS12:30 p.m. WednesdaysSeptember 26 – December 5, 2018(Excluding October 31)Local Twin Cities Organists At St. Olaf, we are blessed to have a magnificent 67-rank pipe organ. This fall, it will be showcased in a series of recitals on Wednesday afternoons, immediately following the noon Mass. Come hear the organ thunder with might and whisper gently as talented organists showcase a variety of repertoire. Recitals will be 30-40 minutes long. Freewill donation. CLICK HERE to view complete listing.
ST. PAUL VOCAL FORUMWelcoming Light: Music of Joyful Hope for AdventSaturday, December 1, 2018 at 7:30PMKarin Barrett, artistic directorWith guest artists Rachel Brandwein, harpist and Lorelei Giddings, oboistFree and open to the public. More information at www.spvf.netTOTINO-GRACE CONCERT BANDHoliday ConcertMonday, December 10, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.Timothy Hoffman, DirectorTotino-Grace students will spend the day at St. Olaf – hosting and serving a party for our Samaritan Ministry guests while entertaining and getting to know the guests and our parish volunteers. Then they will rehearse and perform their annual holiday concert. Free will donation. Info at www.totinograce.orgMINNESOTA CHORALE AND SOLOISTSHandel’s Messiah SingSunday, December 16, 2018 at 6:30PMKathy Saltzman Romey, directorLynn Trapp, organistIT’S BACK!!! This city-wide event invites all once again to fill Saint Olaf Church with the sounds of George Frederic Handel’s much loved oratorio, Messiah. This masterwork is a presentation of Jesus' life and its meaning. Come to sing-a-long or just to listen and enjoy. Bring your own score or borrow one here. Free will donation. Reception follows.POPUP CHOIRDuruflé 'Requiem'Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.Timothy Peter, DirectorWilliam Chouinard, OrganistIn the 50th anniversary year of Maurice Duruflé's retirement from the Paris Conservatory, PopUp Choir - a collaboration of singers from the Twin Cities' top performance choirs - offers this Requiem masterpiece under the inspired direction of Dr. Tim Peter in St. Olaf Catholic Church's beautiful sanctuary with virtuoso Bill Chouinard at its magnificent organ. Tickets $5-20 at the door or at www.BrownPaperTickets.com. Info at www.facebook.com/PopUpChoir SCHOLA CANTORUM OF EAU CLAIREMystery and MirthSaturday, February 23, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.Jerry Hui, DirectorSchola Cantorum of Eau Claire, a 12-voice choir from Wisconsin dedicated to early music, is excited to present “Mystery & Mirth”. This selection of music from renaissance Spain celebrates the mystery of the Virgin birth, and the human aspects of the Christmas story. Works by Flecha, Guerrero, Lobo, Morales, Padilla, Victoria, and the contemporary Spanish composer Javier Busto.Tickets $10-15 at the door. Info at www.scholaec.orgFROM AGE TO AGE, CHOIR IN RESIDENCEMade in MinnesotaSaturday, May 4, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.Peter J. Durow, artistic directorFrom Age to Age, St. Olaf Catholic Church's Choir in Residence, is pleased to present "Made in Minnesota." Come hear this talented group of young professionals present a program that explores acapella music by Minnesota poets and compoers. Tickets $10.00 at the door. More information at www.fromagetoage.org
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