Sundays at 4
The Cathedral Music Society presents…
Renowned concert organist James Kibbie opens the 2015-16 season of Cathedral concerts on Sunday, September 27 at 5:30 p.m. Dr. Kibbie’s program features the music of Jehan Alain and Charles Tournemire, two of the most original voices in French music of the last century.
The program is preceded at 5:00 p.m. by a pre-concert reception. Suggested donation at the door: $10 (adults), $5 (students and seniors).
James Kibbie’s appearance is co-sponsored by the Detroit Chapter American Guild of Organists.
Blessing of the Animals
Rain or Shine
Sunday. October 4th 2:30 p.m.
New Recording Project of the Cathedral Choir
Canon Tarrant has announced a new recording project to be undertaken by the Cathedral Choir in the Fall of 2015. Evensong for All Saints will feature the Choir in the sung evening office, complete with hymns and readings, as well as pieces for organ.
“The Choir enjoyed the recording process when our debut CD, Nowell sing we was in production, and were particularly pleased with the results,” said Canon Tarrant. “This new project will present the Choir in the form of a liturgy, that beautiful, traditional service of Choral Evensong which has been part of our Anglican choral heritage for hundreds of years. It also serves as a tool for taking our music ministry outside of the walls of this Cathedral.”
There are still copies of Nowell sing we available at $20 per copy. All proceeds benefit the Cathedral Choir School. To purchase your copy, please contact Canon Tarrant in the Music Office at 313.833.7547, or e-mail email@example.com Canon Tarrant anticipates Evensong for All Saints will be available in the Winter of 2016.
Photo: The Cathedral Choir rehearses for Choral Evensong in Southwark Cathedral, August, 2014.