Music at St. Luke
G. B. Pergolesi: Stabat Mater
A musical exploration from 1736 of Mary's grief at the foot of the cross.
Sunday, March 13 at 4:00 p.m.
Live online and available for viewing afterwards
Click above or search for and/or subscribe to the Music at St. Luke Ithaca Youtube Channel.
In the interest of safety, no in-person listeners.
Clare Bryan, soprano | Ivy Walz, mezzo-soprano
Comfort Smith, Jaime Kibelsbeck, violin | Aara Edwards, viola | Elizabeth Lyon, cello
Jeffrey Snedeker, organ
On Wednesdays St. Luke offers a weekly sung Compline service online at 8:30 p.m. This 20-25 minute service includes a musical reflection that varies weekly, and is sung by a (masked, distanced) quartet. A pdf of the service is available on the stlukeithaca.org main page if you wish to participate vocally or follow along, or you may simply listen. Click the link above, or seach & subscribe to the Compline from St. Luke Ithaca Youtube channel.
A Bull, a Byrd, Peter and Peter’s Son:
Renaissance Keyboard Music from England and the Low Countries
"Inside the Juget-Sinclair"
A video exploring the inner workings of the French Romantic Organ
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On the horizon:
Eric Plutz, organ
Now hoping to reschedule this for the summer....stay tuned!
Princeton University organist Eric Plutz will present the second and fifth organ symphonies of Louis Vierne in recognition of the 150th anniversary of Vierne's birth in 1870. Part of his Vierne Project.
In memory of Jean Storandt
All events are free, no tickets required
At concerts, free will offering to benefit Music at St. Luke