The Cathedral community shares a rich liturgical life, with well over 200 liturgies every year which require music. The music of our liturgy is our choir's first and most spiritual priority. We are dedicated to grafting, through our liturgical music, our spirits and lives to one another in Christ. The choir provides music for Holy Eucharist each Sunday at the 8am and 10:30am services.

The Director of Music is currently auditioning for volunteer singers. Please contact Michael Boney at 303-577-7721 or at michael@sjcathedral.org.

Special Liturgies with Choral Music

Evensong

Choral Evensong in the English Cathedral tradition is offered at 3pm with prelude music at 2:30pm on Sunday, September 15, October 20, November 17, January 19, February 16, March 15, and May 17. There are no Evensong services in December and April.These free Pre-Evensong "recitals" run 2:30 pm to 2:55 pm on the third Sunday of the month, from September to May (except December). Intended as a prelude to Evensong, these programs help to set the mood for evening prayer.

September 15
Byrd on a Wire

This musical excursion features Jeffrey Noonan, theorbo and Baroque guitar; Sarah Biber, cello and gamba; and Brandon Christensen, violin, performing French and English Baroque music on period instruments.

October 20


November 17
Barbara Hamilton and Daniel Urbanowicz, Violas D’Amore
Music of Purcell, deRore, and Huberty.

January 19

February 16

March 15
Laura Husbands, guitar

May 17
Jason Shafer, clarinet


Friday, November 1 at 7:30pm, featuring Vierne's Messe solennelle

Thursday, November 28 at 10am

Christmas Lessons and Carols
Saturday, December 14 and Sunday, December 15 at 3pm

Christmas Eve
Tuesday, December 24, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 8pm, and 11pm (brass at 5pm, 8pm, & 11pm)

Christmas Day
Wednesday, December 25 at 10am

Ash Wednesday
Wednesday, February 26 at 7pm

Holy Week
Palm Sunday – April 5, 8am and 10:30am
Tenebrae – Wednesday, April 8 7pm
Maundy Thursday – April 9 7pm
Good Friday – April 10, 12pm and 7pm
The Great Vigil of Easter – Saturday, April 11 7pm with brass and timpani
Easter Sunday – April 12 7:30am, 9am, and 11am, with brass and timpani

The Kirkin’ O’ the Tartan
Sunday, April 26, 3pm with the Denver and District Pipe Band

Beethoven and Hindemith for Horn and Piano

12pm Tuesday, October 8

Ethan Dulsky, former Third Horn & Associate Principal Horn of the San Diego Symphony, and David Korevaar, Peter and Helen Weil Professor of Piano at the University of Colorado, Boulder, perform works by Beethoven and Hindemith.

 

7:30pm Friday, October 25 

 

Rachel Cheung, piano

Winner of the Audience Award and finalist at the 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Young Steinway Artist Rachel Cheung makes her Denver debut performing works by Rameau, Debussy, Ravel, and Liszt.

Tickets
1350 N. Washington Street
Denver, CO 80203