St. Columba's is a community filled with enthusiastic music makers and music lovers. Our music ensembles include volunteer choirs from ages 6 through adult, as well as an orchestra, handbell choirs and a recorder ensemble. In addition to an annual New Year's Eve concert, we hold several musical performances throughout the year. Contact John Hurd, Director of Music (email@example.com) if you would like to get involved!
Here is a sampling of our wonderful performances ...
Sun., Mar. 6, 2-3 pm
The King of Instruments joins forces with a variety of instrumentalists!
Come to a free concert of music for organ "plus" other instruments on Sun., Mar. 6, 2-3 pm in the Church Nave. Experience the Flentrop organ combined with harp, clarinet, violin, cello, flute and voice. Coordinator: Diane Heath
Come hear Gabriel Faure's "Dolly Suite" for piano 4-hand played by Diane Heath and Kathy Cooper.
Made up of 13 former Yale Whiffenpoofs, the world’s oldest collegiate a capella singing group, the Classic Whiffenpoofs include alumni members drawn from the groups of 1962-66. St. Columba’s own parishioner Jon McBride (1964) is a member. They have been performing together since 2011 and have been pleasing audiences all along the East Coast with their classic ensemble sound and rich renditions of traditional Yale songs and original compositions, as well as standards from every decade.
Mar. 14, 2015
Feb. 8, 2015
Performers: John Sides, Sophie Ewing, Steve Smith, Kathleen Cooper, Carolyn Hoff, Diane Heath, John Hurd, Judy Dodge and Jay Parrotta
Praeludium in G minor (mp3)
Sonatina for Worship (mp3)
Pièce d’orgue (BWV 572) (mp3)
Suite on the Fifth Mode (mp3)
Carillon de Westminster (Op. 54, No. 6) (mp3)
Dec. 30, 2014
Oct. 18-19, 2014
Photos by Lee Ewing (top), Jay Treadwell (middle), Barbara McGowan (bottom)