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Cathedral Music

St. Peter’s has a reputation for providing inspiring music in liturgy and concert settings, and I feel privileged to be a part of that long tradition of fine music. I have enjoyed planning the new season and I hope you will join us for the many special events and services.

This year we are offering monthly Choral Evensongs, and are happy to have with us our Ensemble-in-Residence–the Cathedral Brass–to enhance the many Festival Liturgies on our church’s worship calendar. On top of all that, we will present five Special Musical Events this year (including Britten’s St. Nicolas Cantata and parts 2 and 3 of Handel’s Messiah), plus our Lenten Organ Recitals. Please click the links (embedded in the bold red text above) for dates, times, and detailed information regarding all of our musical offerings here at St. Peter’s.

Over the years, the Cathedral has been especially blessed to have the support and generosity of many people, who have made the music program what it is today. Please consider offering a gift of financial support to help us continue to offer this music to wider St. Petersburg community.

I look forward to sharing the music of our church with you.

– Dwight Thomas, Director of Music Ministries

4 Comments leave one →
  1. September 11, 2010 5:07 pm

    Having discovered the Cathedral on a recent spiritual journey, I must say that I wake up on Sunday mornings looking forward to church and always leave lifted up. Dwight and the cathedral choirs just do an amazing job of enhancing the liturgy. St. Peter’s is a gorgeous space to meet a great group of very diverse people, enjoy beautiful music and sing your heart out. I am truly grateful to have such a great place to worship.

  2. Charles Scott permalink
    October 23, 2010 10:09 am

    While I’m not an organ major, I did advance work in the field of music at Yale Graduate School. Your church has a fine and well restored organ. Do you have a schedule of organ recitals, if any, and could you Email it to me please.


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