2022-23 ANNUAL CONCERT SERIES
- Saturday December 10th 7:30 pm Holiday Pops Concert! Enjoy an evening of popular songs of Winter, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, and New Years Eve with the Anil Veeraraj Jazz Trio, with singers Shango-Jamal Lewis and Laura Hall-Carney! Tickets $15.
- Saturday December 17th @ 7:30 pm Bach by Candlelight Concert! The St. Paul’s Chamber Orchestra plays Bach favorites in our beautiful candlelit sanctuary. Our own orchestra, directed this year by cellist Elena Smith, will once again grace St. Paul’s gorgeous open-plan sanctuary in candlelight, surrounded by 13 Tiffany windows, and decorated for the holiday season! The program always includes popular Bach favorites, including the Harpsichord Concerto No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1054, as well as other delightful works by Bach that you may not have yet heard. This intimate concert is always sold out; get your tickets early! Tickets $20.
- Saturday January 14th, 2023 @ 7:00 pm FREE Praise, Worship & Thanksgiving Concert – If you love fine Gospel music, you need to be here! St. Paul’s Church sponsors this evening of Praise, Worship, and Thanksgiving in honor of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Directed by our music director, David Antony Lofton, who is also Master Vocal Coach at the Academy of Vocal Arts He will bring together some of the finest Gospel singers in the Philadelphia area, accompanied by a full Gospel band! Whatever your faith, come along and get some Praise, Worship, and Thanksgiving into your life! All are welcome; no admission charge – a freewill offering will be taken.
- Saturday February 18th, 2023 @ 7:30 pm Mardi Gras Concert Gala Mardi Gras Celebration with Dave Posmontier’s Fabulous Authentic New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz! A seven-piece band with two singers. Tickets $15.
- Saturday March 11th, 2023 @ 7:30 pm Pineforge Academy Choir. – To be Confirmed The world-renowned Pine Forge Academy Choir is a group of vocally diverse, talented, and dedicated youth. The choir is noted for its full, rich, and powerful harmonious quality as heard through its spirituals, gospels, anthems, and classical repertoire. Travel is an integral part of this talented group. During the school year, the choir is engaged in concerts, church services, extensive tours, and other community events several times a month. These engagements have placed the choir in many parts of the continental United States and around the world. We pray that they can fit us into their schedule this season!
- Saturday April 1st 7:00 pm Tessika McClendon, David Antony Lofton & Violin – Serenades in Spring. – Featuring the Suite for Violin and Piano by William Grant Still, famed composer of the Harlem Renaissance; Méditation for Violin from “Thaïs” by Jules Massenet and Arias by Mozart, Chevalier de Saint-Georges and Massenet with Tessika McClendon, soprano; Belinda Whitney, violin; and David Antony Lofton, piano. Tickets $12.