Organ Manuals

Guest Ensemble

Echoing Air: Early Music Vocal Ensemble with Baroque Instruments

Echoing AirSunday, April 15, 2018
at 3:00 p.m.

Echoing Air is a dynamic ensemble specializing in the repertoire of the English Baroque, with an emphasis on chamber works featuring countertenor voices with baroque ensemble.

Featuring Keith Collins (recorder, Baroque bassoon, early harp), Jeffrey Collier (recorder and Baroque flute), Thomas Gerber (harpsichord), Christine Kyprianides (viola da gamba and Baroque cello), Nathan Medley (countertenor), and Steven Rickards (countertenor and founder).

St. Olaf Choir

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
at 7:30 p.m.

The St. Olaf Choir (75 mixed voices) has set a standard of a cappella choral excellence for more than 100 years. Conducted since 1990 by Anton Armstrong, the St. Olaf Choir continues to develop the tradition that originated with its founding by F. Melius Christiansen in 1912. Tickets for this event are available through the St. Olaf website.

Ticket purchase is required for admission to this concert.

Renaissance Music in Lent

crucifixSunday, March 8, 2015
at 7:30 p.m.

Thomas Tallis’s 40-voice motet, Spem in alium, stands as a towering achievement in Renaissance choral polyphony. The Cathedral Choir will be joined by several additional choirs to perform this work as well as other selections of music for Lent and Holy Week.

Admission is a suggested donation of $10 at the door.

Brass and Organ

1314QuintetASU2Sunday, November 3, 2013; 3 p.m.

Longtime Columbus trumpeter James Stokes is now Professor of Trumpet at the Hays School of Music at Appalachian State University. He will be joined on this program by University Organist Joby Bell, Appalachian State’s New River Brass Quintet, and the Cathedral Brass.

Admission is a suggested $10 donation at the door.

Valparaiso University Chorale

Saturday, March 1, 2014; 7:30 p.m.

The Valparaiso University Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Christopher M. Cock, is one of the most celebrated college choirs in the United States. The Thüringer Allegemine hailed the choir as “a first class ensemble… such a high degree of tonal unity, such sure intonation in the most complex and dissonant groups of chords, and such a precise feeling of dynamic shading…”

Admission is a suggested $10 donation at the door.