Inaugural Concert SeriesSt. John's celebrates the restoration of our 1924 Möller pipe organ by presenting our inaugural concert series.
Upcoming ConcertsR. Monty Bennett
July 14 at 7:00pm in the Sanctuary St. John's hosts this installment of the American Guild of Organists, Charlotte chapter's 2019 Summer Recital Series. The concert will feature the talents of organist R. Monty Bennett. The AGO's annual recital series intentionally highlights the legacy of the late Robert Stigall. This event is free and open to the public. A freewill offering will be collected to support the Stigall Scholarship Fund, which supports private lessons for aspiring organ students.
Past ConcertsFormer Organists Concert
May 19th at 5:00pm in the Sanctuary We are delighted to welcome back several former organists of the church for our May 19 performance. Please join us to celebrate the talents of Dick Crofts, Jane Arant, Debbie Bagwell, Billy Fallaw, and Wes Revels as they return to St. John's for the evening. The event is free and open to the public. Palm Sunday Concert: "The Crucifixion," composed by Sir. John Stainer
April 14th at 5:00 pm in the Sanctuary The Chancel Choir will present "The Crucifixion," composed by Sir. John Stainer in 1887. This Lenten Cantata is centered around the final events of Jesus' life. The work, which is scored for choir, male soloists, and organ, is among the most popular in all of sacred choral literature. "The Crucifixion" contains hymns and anthems, the best beloved being, "God So Loved the World." Our choir is presenting this work as part of our church's Inaugural Organ Concert Series due to the way the organ is used to bring the story to life. Sir. John Stainer was organist and director of music at St. Paul's Cathedral in London during most of the Victorian Era. Our choir will have the opportunity to visit St. Paul's on their upcoming trip to England. The performance of "The Crucifixion" is free and open to the public. Please join us for this moving performance at the start of Holy Week.