St. Paul’s Music Program

St. Paul’s Music Program   Where can you share your musical gift?

Handbell Choir meets Tuesdays at 7 pm   ♫   If you read music this is the perfect group for you! We rehearse every week and try to perform in worship services every three weeks.

Chancel Choir meets Thursdays at 7 pm   ♫  Can you sing?  This amazing group meets every week so they can sing an anthem every Sunday in our worship services and support singing the hymns.

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       Common Vision Concert

Singing to End Hunger”

           Sunday, Oct. 17th at 7 pm

 

Churches and communities
across Canada
have been asked to raise their voices in song and help make sure our entire human family is well fed.

In 2016 41 communities across Canada put on choral concerts focused around the issue of global hunger. Concerts featured the original music of well-known Canadian choral composer Ron Klusmeier. Now it’s our turn!

     Come and support the Canadian Foodgrains Bank through song! We have gathered together singers and ringers from many of the Thunder Bay United Churches to put on the “Common Vision Concert” to support this meaningful effort.

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GORDON & JOAN CAMERON FUND PRESENTS AN EXCITING RECITAL!

On October 24, the sanctuary will resound with the music of our magnificent pipe organ and with saxophone!

The Cameron Fund is bringing two renowned musicians from Winnipeg to present a unique concert. Organist Lottie Enns-Braun and saxophonist Allen Harrington, are both from the music faculty at the University of Manitoba.

The programme will include: Bach – a transcription for saxophone and organ as well as solo organ; a jazz influenced piece by the Canadian composer Denis Bedard, a piece by an Irish composer who uses Irish folk music to create his own style, folk and hymn tune arrangements, a delightful neo-classical suite for saxophone and organ by a Dutch composer Ton Verhiel, and a programmatic work “Nebulae” by Frank Ferko which delightfully captures the idea of night sky constellations. Save the date and tell your friends!         Tickets $20, Students $15.

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