As a special treat this morning, we’ve made our August 31st performance of Choral Evensong, the “St. Andrew’s Service” as penned by our own Chris Wilson, available to hear on SoundCloud!
I first became aware of the Anglican tradition of Evensong in 1999. Organist and Choirmaster Ray McDaniel asked me to join St. Andrew’s choir that April in preparation for the […]
On August 31, at 5pm, the Choir of Saint Andrew’s will present Mr. Wilson’s Evensong setting…
There’s lots going on this month with the choir here at St. Andrew’s. The children’s choir will be performing a piece to celebrate Mother’s Day as the prelude before the 10:30 […]
Reserve a table now for an evening of food, wine, and romantic melodies as soloists serenade guests over a homemade dinner, served by members of our choir. Space is limited […]
The Blogger apologizes for a delay in updates. We were lead a bit astray when it came to the availability of WiFi access in our London accommodations. The remainder of […]
The majority of Saturday morning consisted of last minute Salisbury sight-seeing, shopping, and eating, in anticipation of a full docket on Sunday and no time before or after checkout on […]
On Friday, the choir had a rest day in order to preserve our voices and to get one last major group sight-seeing activity in before the half-day bus tour in […]
David Robinson is the husband of the St. Andrew’s beloved organist, Glenda Robinson. He is a Fort Worth-based baritone who stepped in to help out during the England Choir Tour. […]
http://www.fwepiscopal.org/Evensong It plays for about an hour; there is a long pause after the organ prelude. Many thanks to Sam Negus for his assistance.