Upcoming Events › Music
October 18, 2015
The Cathedral’s new organist will perform a concert of music, with a reception to follow in Reynolds Hall.
October 25, 2015
Festival concert sung by choirs from around the diocese.
October 30, 2015
Cathedral and downtown families are invited to the first-ever Cathedral Boo-Bash on Friday, October 30. At this new fall event, kids can dress up, listen to “spooky” organ music, trick-or-treat in the courtyard, and play other fun games.
Every half-hour from 6–8 p.m., Cathedral Organist Monica Czausz will play music, answer questions, and let children take an up-close look at the organ console.
Children are encouraged to wear costumes (please, nothing scary or violent), and they can trick-or-treat in the Bishop’s Courtyard at stations hosted by Cathedral members. There will also be seasonal activities, food, and games.
November 1, 2015
Organist Christopher Holman is the music associate for the Bach Society Houston and Christ the King Lutheran Church, and is completing the master of music degree in organ performance at the University of Houston, studying under Robert Bates. Prior to moving to Texas, he earned two bachelor of music degrees at the University of Illinois in organ and vocal performance, where he studied with Dana Robinson and Cynthia Haymon. In his spare time he enjoys traveling and playing historic pianos.
Following the recital, the Cathedral Choir will present Choral Evensong at 5 p.m.
December 5, 2015
Houston Early Music presents “Cantadas de Navidad,” a concert of Christmas music from Spain and the New World performed by the Chatham Baroque ensemble. Included on this joyous program are works by Juan Gutierrez de Padilla, Santiago de Murcia, Gaspar Sanz and Ignacio Jerusalem performed by vocalists, violins, plucked instruments, and percussion. A pre-concert talk begins at 6:45 p.m.
Season subscriptions are currently available; individual tickets will go on sale later this fall.
December 6, 2015
The Anglican tradition of Lessons and Carols celebrates the birth of Jesus through a series of nine Bible readings interspersed with carols and hymns of the holiday season. The Cathedral presents this festival annually during Advent, featuring traditional English carols and music performed by the Cathedral Choir. The service will take place Sunday, December 6, at 5 p.m. in the Cathedral. A reception will follow in Reynolds Hall.