Experience the Arts at the Church of Saint Monica
Music at Monica’s Concert Series
Welcome to another season of music and arts here at The Church of Saint Monica. The Mission of the Music at Monica’s Series is one of musical outreach to the community – an ecumenical time to welcome all to our parish; to support outreach efforts of the parish; to support specific charitable endeavors as may be designated for specific concerts; and to provide a free or low-cost cultural option to the greater community. In that spirit, please know that all are welcome here. This series is completely supported by the “Friends of Music” and requires no financial support from the Parish. Please consider making a donation to continue the excellence in programming and outreach.
- The mission of the Music at Monica’s Series is one of musical outreach to the community – an ecumenical time to welcome all to our parish.
- Music at Monica’s exists to support outreach efforts of the Church of Saint Monica, and to support specific charitable endeavors as may be designated for specific concerts.
- Music at Monica’s exists to provide a free or low-cost cultural option to the greater community.
Music at Monica’s is intended to foster an atmosphere of “soft sell” evangelization. For centuries, the Church has played an important role in the cultivation and promotion of musical and artistic endeavors. Blessed John Paul, in his Letter to Artists, speaks of the epiphanies of beauty through which God speaks to human hearts, and how the arts are a medium of revelation in the world. Simply put, God speaks through beauty and music.
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Mark your calendar for our season opening event!
Our Next Event!
8 February at 3 p.m.
The season continues Sunday, February 8th at 3 p.m. with the program “Majestic Brass”
featuring Nitzan Haroz, Principal Trombone of The Philadelphia Orchestra
and Jeffrey Lang, Associate Principal Horn of The Philadelphia Orchestra along with
renowned trumpeter, Darin Kelly, and pianist Jeffrey Uhlig.
The program includes works by Bizet, Poulenc, Franck, Guilmant, Gabaye.
Saturday, 21 March at 8 p.m.
Period instrument ensemble La Fiocco will present a program entitled The King’s Theme: Bach’s Musical Offering and other royal delights.
The program will include works by Emperor Leopold I, Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre, Heinrich Biber, Henry Purcell, and J. S. Bach.
Featuring countertenor Joseph Hill, artistic director & harpsichordist Lewis R. Baratz, Eve Friedman, baroque flute, Claire Smith Bermingham, baroque violin, Vivian Barton Dozor, viola da gamba & baroque cello, Laudon Schuett, lute & theorbo
19 April at 3 p.m.
The Princeton Singers
An Afternoon at the Opera with Jeffrey Uhlig and Friends
Sydney Mancasola, soprano William Davenport, tenor Dominic Inferrera, baritone Jeffrey Uhlig, piano
An Afternoon at the Opera Concert Program October 2013
Pianist Svetlana Smolina with cellist Adrian Daurov
Svetlana Smolina & Adrian Daurov Concert Program November 2013
A Child’s Christmas in Wales with the Princeton Singers
A Child’s Christmas with the Princeton Singers Program December 2013
Philadelphia Orchestra Concert Master David Kim, violin with Jeffrey Uhlig, piano
David Kim, violin & Jeffrey Uhlig, piano Program February 2014
The Essence of Joy Alumni Singers of Penn State University
Essence of Joy, May 2014
Soprano Chloé Moore and Baritone Markus Beam with Jeffrey Uhlig, piano
The Pyxis Piano Quartet
The Choir of Saint Monica Parish presents Lessons and Carols for Advent
Christmas with the Keystone State Boychoir
Spirituals & Gospel Music with The Essence of Joy Alumni Singers of Penn State University