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Accompanying “Stained Glass” January 26, 2021
Introduction by Leohone Magno, Organist & Director of Music
Up from the austere and initially musically barren desert of our Covid ravaged worship has come a truly lovely “blossom”— a gentle offering of voices in simple harmony, accompanied by a lone ...More...
Bringing music to our live-streaming services May 24, 2020
Music adds immeasurably to worship, from familiar hymns that some of us have known since childhood to folk tunes and Hawaiian meles, they add a depth to our worship. Here we wish to thank and acknowledge the tremendous contribution of ...More...
Epiphany Evensong, January 26, 2020 January 19, 2020
A Choral Evensong celebrating the Feast of the Epiphany will be held Sunday, January 20, at 5:30 pm in the Cathedral. Music highlights include:
Introit – ‘From the Eastern Mountains’ by Valour arr. by S.L.M. Magno
Magnificat’ & ‘Nunc Dimittis’ – Stanford ...More...
Evensong for November 10, 2019 October 31, 2019
November’s Evensong features the Cathedral Choir and Orvis Music Scholars, under the direction of Leohone Magno and John Alexander.
Music selections include:
Organ Prelude: “Pastorale” H. H. Bancroft
Choral Introit: “It Is Toward Evening” John McCreary
Abide with us; it is toward evening and ...More...
Thanks to Leohone Magno and John Alexander October 1, 2019
We are incredibly grateful to Leohone and John for agreeing to serve as organist and choir directors following the departure of Music Director Todd Beckham. Following is a brief introduction to these two, although both have been with us off ...More...
Policy for Use of the Cathedral Organ July 27, 2018
The Cathedral Organ is an instrument of huge value both historically and financially. For the protection of the organ, its usage has to be strictly controlled. The Director of Music has the ultimate jurisdiction on whether it may be used ...More...