Choirs

The Parish Choir

Joe Johnson, Doug Rogez, Robert Highsaw, John Dunn, Don Resler, Paul Tlucek, Joe Lindsay, David Beatty, Terry Good

Joe Johnson, Doug Rogez, Robert Highsaw, John Dunn, Don Resler, Paul Tlucek, Joe Lindsay, David Beatty, Terry Good

Cynda Olberding, Mary Reynolds, Franci Hart, Sharon Ellington, Edie Schneeberger

Cynda Olberding, Mary Reynolds, Franci Hart, Sharon Ellington, Edie Schneeberger

Soprano & Alto

Soprano & Alto

In the Chapter Room

In the Chapter Room

At Ease

At Ease

On the steps

On the steps

In Front

In Front

From the side

From the side

The Parish Choir sings for the 9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II. This group is open to anyone wishing to participate after meeting with Canon Musician Scott Raab. Rehearsals are on Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. Email Scott for more information.


The Cathedral Choir

Everyone at work

Everyone at work

Scott and Sheryl discuss

Scott and Sheryl discuss

Scott makes a point

Scott makes a point

Working hard

Working hard

The Bass Section

The Bass Section

The Tenor Section

The Tenor Section

Bud Johnson, Matt Armistead, and Gail Malmstrom at the Antiphonal Organ

Bud Johnson, Matt Armistead, and Gail Malmstrom at the Antiphonal Organ

Doug Rogez, John Dunn, and Sharon Ellington at the Lectern

Doug Rogez, John Dunn, and Sharon Ellington at the Lectern

Larry Young, Scott Raab, Dan Connally, Lou Kohlman, Katie Armistead

Larry Young, Scott Raab, Dan Connally, Lou Kohlman, Katie Armistead

Sopranos with the Chancel in the background

Sopranos with the Chancel in the background

Altos with the Antiphonal Organ in the background

Altos with the Antiphonal Organ in the background

Tenors and Basses to the Right

Tenors and Basses to the Right

On the steps

On the steps

View from the Balcony

View from the Balcony

From the Balcony

From the Balcony

Singing on the steps

Singing on the steps

Looking toward the Narthex

Looking toward the Narthex

Terry Good, Joe Lindsay, Madeline Lewelling, Sheryl Young, and David Beatty, looking toward the Stall of the Dean

Terry Good, Joe Lindsay, Madeline Lewelling, Sheryl Young, and David Beatty, looking toward the Stall of the Dean

The Cathedral Choir sings for the 11:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite I. This choir is open by audition and rehearses on Wednesday nights from 7:30-9:00p.m. in the Choir Room. In addition to Sunday mornings, the Cathedral Choir is called upon to sing Evensong, concerts, and special services throughout the season.

To participate in the Cathedral Choir, contact Canon Musician Scott Raab at 235-3436 or email Scott Raab.


The Taizé Singers

The Taizé Choir, with the leadership of Mary Reynolds, provides instrumental and choral music for the Taizé Prayer Service on the first Sunday of the month.

The Taizé service is based on the method of prayer utilized in the Taizé community, Taizé, France. It is a time of listening, a time to leave things before God, a time to be before God, to have one's soul open for God. Silence and music are essential elements of Taizé prayer.

To participate in the Taizé Choir, contact Mary Reynolds at 204-4884.


In St Nicholas Chapel

In St Nicholas Chapel

Bud Johnson, Robert Lintner, Anne Roberts, John Dunn, Vicki Khoury, Chris Waters, Doug Rogez, Cherie Wescott, Brett Hileman, Joe Wilkerson, Lou Kohlman, Eric Hileman, Madeline Lewelling

Bud Johnson, Robert Lintner, Anne Roberts, John Dunn, Vicki Khoury, Chris Waters, Doug Rogez, Cherie Wescott, Brett Hileman, Joe Wilkerson, Lou Kohlman, Eric Hileman, Madeline Lewelling

In the Courtyard

In the Courtyard

Singing in concert

Singing in concert

Our Choir

Our Choir

More relaxed

More relaxed

Musica Sacra, a chamber choir at St. Paul's Cathedral, offers choral music of all periods in the liturgical setting of Evensong and concert presentations. Membership is open to all singers by audition. Please feel free to contact Canon Musician H. Scott Raab at 235-3436 for an appointment.