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December 2018

Advent Readings and Carols

Sunday, December 9, 2018 at 5:00 pm6:30 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States
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Enjoy this festival of timeless hymns and scriptures, with a banquet of choral music by C. Villiers Stanford, Malcolm Archer, William Mathias, and Craig Carnahan and splendid organ music by Dieterich Buxtehude, Marcel Dupré and Wayne Wold. Experience the story of God’s presence in human life, deepening your own understanding of God’s love and redemption. Mother Campbell will offer a reflection on the season. At the conclusion of the service, Food Packs will be distributed to those attending to offer…

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January 2019

Wyatt Smith, organist with Natalie Ham, flautist

Friday, January 18 at 12:10 pm1:00 pm

Third Fridays at Noon. Wyatt Smith, organist, and Natalie Ham, flautist, play music of Craig Phillips, Dan Locklair, Jan Bender, Camille Saint-Saens, and Theodore Dubois. Mr. Smith is a doctoral candidate in organ performance at the University of Washington, and is Associate Director of Music at Epiphany Episcopal Parish in Seattle. Join us for 40 minutes of delightful music! Donation at the door.

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February 2019

Ryan Enright, organist

Friday, February 15 at 12:10 pm1:00 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States

Third Fridays at Noon. Ryan Enright, organist, plays this month’s Third Fridays at Noon recital on the renowned John Brombaugh pipe organ. Dr. Enright is Organist of St. John’s Lutheran Church and Accompanist of the Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra, the Sacramento State University Chorus and Men’s and Women’s choirs, and the Schola Cantorum of Sacred Heart Church. His program includes a toccata by 19th-century French composer Pierre Alexandre François Boëly, J. S. Bach’s Canonic Variations on (the Christmas chorale)…

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March 2019

Third Fridays at Noon – CANCELLED

Friday, March 15 at 12:10 pm1:00 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States
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Third Fridays at Noon We regret that this month's recital by Mark Brombaugh, organist, and Shannon Spicciati, oboist, is cancelled due to street construction in the church neighborhood resulting in street closures, parking closures and loud construction noise. There is no April recital because of Good Friday. The next Third Fridays at Noon recital, by organist Mina Choi, is on May 17.

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Choral Arts NW – Bach and Ešenvalds

Saturday, March 16 at 8:00 pm10:00 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States
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$24 – $28

Passion and Resurrection: Music of Bach and Ešenvalds Robert Bode, Artistic Director and Conductor Guest artists: Hannah Consenz, soprano; CANW Chamber Strings The Choral Arts NW mid-season concert offers unparalleled musical drama, combining dynamic CANW voices with orchestral strings and heralded soloist Hannah Consenz. Alice Parker’s haunting Wondrous Love begins the evening, setting the stage for three unmatched choral masterworks to follow: Johann Sebastian Bach’s sublime Easter cantata Christ lag in Todesbanden, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s beloved Ave Verum Corpus, and…

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Lenten Evensong

Sunday, March 24 at 5:00 pm6:15 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States

Experience Evensong, the sung Anglican office of Evening Prayer which combines elements of the Latin offices of Vespers and Compline, a liturgy more than 400 years old, structured by Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, (1489-1556). As one of the Church of England’s unique contributions to Western civilization, this liturgy has inspired music from countless fine composers through the ages. Though Evensong is a choral office originally intended to be sung by the choir, our practices have evolved. Now all assembled…

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May 2019

Mina Choi, organist

Friday, May 17 at 12:10 pm1:00 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States
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Third Fridays at Noon. Mina Choi, organist, plays engaging music by Dieterich Buxtehude, François Couperin, Johann Kaspar Kerll, Peter Planyavsky and J. S. Bach on the renowned Brombaugh pipe organ. Ms. Choi is Organist of Doylestown (PA) Presbyterian Church and University Minister/Chapel Music Director and Adjunct Faculty, La Salle University, Philadelphia. Join us for 40 minutes of delightful music!

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June 2019

Dana Robinson, organist

Friday, June 21 at 12:10 pm1:00 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States
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Third Fridays at Noon. Dana Robinson, organist, plays music by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Heinrich Scheidemann and Matthias Weckmann, and the Trio Sonata No. 1 and Toccata in F Major by J. S. Bach on the renowned Brombaugh pipe organ. Dr. Robinson is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Join us for 40 minutes of delightful music! Freewill donation.

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July 2019

Mark Brombaugh, organist

Friday, July 19 at 12:10 pm1:00 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States

Third Fridays at Noon. Mark Brombaugh, Co-Director of Music at Christ Church, plays music from across the ages by Dieterich Buxtehude, Orlando Gibbons, Felix Mendelssohn, Josef Rheinberger and Henry Smart on the renowned pipe organ built by his brother, John Brombaugh. Join us for 40 minutes of delightful music!

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August 2019

Samuel Libra, organist

Friday, August 16 at 12:10 pm1:00 pm
Church, 310 North K Street
Tacoma, KS 98498 United States

Third Fridays at Noon. Samuel Libra plays music by Johannes Brahms, Jean-François Dandrieu, Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre, Fanny & Felix Mendelssohn, and Ethel Smyth on the renowned Brombaugh pipe organ. Mr. Libra is Associate Organist at St. James Cathedral in Seattle and a doctoral student in organ performance at the University of Washington. Join us for 40 minutes of delightful music!

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