Music

Get Ready for One of the Most Fun and Interesting Concerts You’re Ever Likely to Hear!

Accordion XXI, Artistry on a Global Scale, Presents Bayan virtuoso, Stas Venglevski, blends his talent with Tatyana Krasnobaeva, cimbalom (dulcimer), in a unique program of traditional folk favorites, classical and original compositions… and much more. Stas’ keyboard artistry, dazzling technical command, and sensitivity have brought him, a native of the Republic of Moldova, increasing international […]

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

Saturday, December 10th 4:00pm St Paul’s Episcopal Church    914 East Knapp Street    Milwaukee • Wisconsin On Saturday, December 10th at 4:00pm, join hundreds of Milwaukeeans in one of Milwaukee’s premiere Christmas events to reflect upon the season in Scripture, music, and prayer in the magnificent beauty of St. Paul’s Church. A venerable Milwaukee […]

French Connection — Frankly Music at St. Paul’s

Frankly Music continued its concert series here at St. Paul’s with a program of French Music by Emmanuel Chabrier, Maurice Ravel, Philip Lasser, and Gabriel Fauré. Appearing with Frank Almond were cellist Julian Schwartz and pianist Brian Zeger. The concert was enjoyed by a full church, and a Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel review by Elaine Schmidt appears below: […]

CHORAL EVENSONG for the Easter Season

CHORAL EVENSONG for the Easter Season • 4:30pm on Sunday, 26 April 2015 • Featuring the voices of the Milwaukee Children’s Choir There really is no better way to finish a spring Sunday in Eastertide than praying Choral Evensong with the St. Paul’s family. Bring the day to a quiet, prayerful close with beautiful music […]

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Frankly Music Makes a Home at St. Paul’s

In case you hadn’t already heard, we have some great news from Frank Almond’s incredible series, Frankly Music. Here’s the announcement, straight from the Frankly Music web page: A PEEK AT NEXT SEASON… Exciting news for 2014-15 Over the next few months we’ll be sharing highlights of our 11th season, but some of our most exciting news couldn’t […]

Downtown Community Strings Recital at St. Paul’s

  St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is proud to present a recital by the Downtown Community Strings Orchestra on Saturday, January 25th at 12:30pm. Admission is free. Downtown Community Strings, directed by violist Laura Rooney, offers private and group lessons for youth, adults, and seniors in violin, viola, and cello and is open to the wider Milwaukee […]

A Festival of Lessons and Carols

Celebrate the Christmas Season with A Festival of Lessons and Carols, one of Milwaukee’s premier holiday traditions, featuring the St. Paul Choir, Timothy Benson, director,  with guest organist Jayne Latva, and the music of James Macmillan, Harold Darke, Anthony Milner, Bob Chilcott, Alf Houkum, Carl Rütti, Paul Edwards, Richard Allain, J.S. Bach, and hymns and […]

Evensong for the Feast of All Saints

Join us for Evensong on the Feast of All Saints, a beautiful celebration of prayer and music in which we remember those who have gone before us in faith. • Sunday, November 3rd at 4:00pm • At the beautiful Landmark Chapel at Forest Home Cemetery • Rev. C. Steven Teague, Rector, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, […]

Dust off your French…

Dust Off Your French! You’re invited to a special free event in the Great Hall of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church next Thursday, January 24, from 7:00-8:30. Thisspecial production on Louis XV, called The Entertainment of Louis XV will include a talk (in French) by Gabrielle Verdier, French professor from UW-Milwaukee, on the period of Louis […]

Camerata Milwaukee Is Coming to St. Paul’s

Saint Paul’s is proud to present the musicians of Camerata Milwaukee in a program of English Baroque music,  • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd at 7:30PM Program: John Dowland: Seven Lachrimæ (III, IV, VI) Benjamin Rogers: Suite No. 1 in E Minor Henry Purcell: Suite in G Major, Z. 770 George Frideric Handel: Concerto Grosso in G […]