CONCERTS AT GRACE
Grace Church offers this concert series for the cultural and spiritual enrichment of Newark and its suburbs.
This series is funded in part by the Music Society of Grace Church. Click here for information on online giving.
2016-2017 Musical Events
Sunday, October 23, 2016
The Choirs of Grace Church in Concert
Join us as we kick off our 2016-2017 season with a variety of choral music sung by the St. Gregory and St. Dunstan choirs!
Sunday, November 27, 2016
Craig Campbell plays music from Saint-Sulpice, Paris
Organist Craig Campbell will present a program of music from one of the landmark churches in Paris, whose staff has seen some of the finest musicians in French history. Music by Widor, Dupré, Clérambault, Langlais, Roth, and Fauré.
Craig Campbell currently resides in his native Tennessee, and maintains an active performing schedule in addition to his work as a teacher and church musician. He is a graduate of the Juilliard School and the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, and has been pursuing further studies with Daniel Roth and Olivier Penin in Paris.
Saturday, December 24, 2016
A Festival of 9 Lessons and Carols
Join us for an evening of great choral music, your favorite Christmas carols (and some you might not yet know are favorites), and readings from scripture! This service, made famous by King's College, Cambridge, has become a popular Christmas tradition worldwide and across denominations.
Sunday, March 5, 2017
James Hopkins, organ
Come hear our director of music (and some friends) in concert on our excellent Casavant organ!
Sunday, May 7, 2017
Solemn Evensong and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
This beautiful service, unique to the Anglican tradition, is full of choral music. All are welcome!
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Alkemie - Love to my Liking
Our ensemble-in-residence returns to close our 2016-2017 with their third concert at Grace Church!
Like the troubadours in the South, the trouvères of Northern France wrote some of the most captivating vocal music of the 13th-century. In an age long before iPods, these poet-composers penned the music they wanted to hear and share. Their songs of public and private adoration wove together allusions both sacred and secular– creating mystical and spicy meditations on love and longing. Elena Mullins (soprano) has reconstructed much of this program from medieval manuscripts – bringing new life to an art form with strong oral and improvisatory traditions. www.alkemie.org