Choral Gems from England

Tickets for individual concerts can be purchased online or at the door. Tickets purchased online will be held at the box office.

Tickets are valid for all concert venues.

ADULT – $25

SENIOR – $20


All prices are final; no refunds. Tickets purchased online include a non-discountable, non-refundable per-ticket service fee.
All programs and artists are subject to change without notice.

For our Saturday concert at First Saint Paul’s, free parking is available in the Franklin School parking lot, 2 blocks west of the church. However, you need a parking pass to display on your dash to avoid being towed. You can pick one up at the church prior to parking, or, in advance, print out a pass at the link below.

If you are coming by car please look at the map on the pass. Though the walk from the lot to the church is a straight path along Goethe, the drive from the church to the lot is not straight-forward because of one-way streets in the neighborhood.

Sing joyfully unto God
Praise Our Lord, all Ye Gentiles

William Byrd, 1543 – 1623

Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (Dorian)
Thomas Tallis, c. 1505 – 1585

Why Art Thou So Heavy, O My Soul?
Henry Loosemore, d. 1670

I sat down under His shadow
Edward Bairstow, 1874 – 1946

O Lord, increase my faith
Orlando Gibbons, 1583 – 1625

Factum est silentium
Richard Deering, c. 1580 – 1630

Three Motets, Op. 38
“Justorum animae”
“Coelos ascendit hodie”
“Beati quorum via”
Charles V. Stanford, 1852 – 1924

Mass in G Minor
Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1872 – 1958

In these delightful pleasant Groves
Henry Purcell, 1659 – 1695

April is in my Mistress’ Face
Thomas Morley, 1557 – 1603

What if I never speede
John Dowland, c. 1563 – 1626

Open Thou Mine Eyes
John Rutter, b. 1945