The Cathedral of St. Philip - Atlanta, GA

2019-2020 Concerts

Friday, September 13, 2019, 7:30 p.m.

The Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, England

Presented by Friends of Cathedral Music and the British Consulate-General Atlanta

The Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge is one of the most acclaimed adult choirs in the world, and we are delighted to welcome them back to Atlanta following their performances to capacity audiences here in 2012 and 2015. In addition to singing several choral services each week during university term, the choir pursues a vigorous recording and international touring schedule. Trinity College’s choral tradition dates back to the 14th century, and they were recently designated to be one of the top five choirs in the world by Gramophone magazine.

William Byrd, Sing joyfully
William Byrd, O Lord, make thy servant, Elizabeth
Thomas Tallis, Salvator mundi
Henry Purcell, Thou knowest, Lord
Arvo Pärt, Bogoróditse Djévo
John Tavener, Mother of God, here I stand
Victor Kalinnikov, Bogoróditse Djévo
Robert Parsons, Ave Maria
Ēriks Ešenvalds, The heavens’ flock
Morten Lauridsen, O magnum mysterium
Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, Richte mich, Gott
Herbert Howells, Take him, earth, for cherishing
Herbert Howells, Nunc Dimittis (St Paul’s Service)


Friends of Cathedral Music is pleased to welcome the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra for its fourth season as artists-in-residence at the Cathedral of St. Philip.

We are delighted to partner with them, under the leadership of Julie Andrijeski, artistic director, both for the presentation of their highly specialized performances and for the wondrous and rarely performed repertoire they bring to the rich musical life of the Cathedral and greater Atlanta.

Friday, October 11, 2019
7:30 p.m. at the Cathedral of St. Philip

Saturday, October 12, 2019
4:00 p.m. at St. David's Episcopal Church, Roswell, GA


ABO and Cathedral Schola

Atlanta Baroque Orchestra
Julie Andrijeski, artistic director & concertmaster

Cathedral of St. Philip Schola
Dale Adelmann, conductor

Presented by the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra and Friends of Cathedral Music

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Purchase tickets for Saturday afternoon at St. David's Episcopal Church, Roswell GA

The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra once again teams up with the Cathedral Schola to present one of J.S. Bach’s most celebratory works. Prepare for a dazzling display of solos and choruses enhanced by a colorful array of instruments including trumpets, timpani, woodwinds and strings. Paired with the Magnificat is Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, a spirited tour de force including the soulfully atmospheric Air popularly known as the “Air on the G String.”



Monday, December 9, 2019
7:30 p.m.

The Atlanta Symphony Brass  Holiday Concert

with Jack Mitchener, organ

Michael Moore,
Brian Hecht, and
Dale Adelmann, conductors

Presented by Friends of Cathedral Music

The Atlanta Symphony Brass returns to present its third annual holiday concert, certain to be one of the most delightful and thrilling musical events of the season again this year! The program will feature some of the finest arrangements for brass ensemble and percussion, including traditional holiday carols and beloved standards from the brass and classic repertoire.


Heinrich Schütz, Herr, unser Herrscher
Giovanni Gabrieli, O magnum mysterium
Eric Ewazen, Symphony in Brass
Johann Sebastian Bach, Passacaglia in C minor
Eric Whitacre, October
         & beloved carols of the holiday season, including:
O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fideles)
What child is this (Greensleeves)

Joy to the world (Antioch)
Percy Grainger, Sussex Mummer's Christmas Carol
Jonathan Ring, 'Tis the Season
Anthony DiLorenzo, Fum Fum Fun!

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s brass section is venerated worldwide as one of the finest in North America. Selected to be a part of this long-standing tradition of excellence by way of a rigorous audition process, they hail from all corners of the United States and have worked tirelessly as a team to maintain the highest standards of brass playing throughout their careers and to unify their sounds into a beautiful array of colors. It is sure to be an evening of magnificent music and world-class musicianship!

Advance tickets and Patron tickets are available online here and from the Cathedral Book Store at (404) 237-7582.



Friday, January 31, 2020
7:30 p.m. at the Cathedral of St. Philip

Saturday, February 1, 2020
4:00 p.m. at St. David's Episcopal Church, Roswell, GA

A Night at the Opera
Atlanta Baroque Orchestra
Julie Andrijeski, artistic director & concertmaster
Nathan Medley, countertenor
Kyle Stegall, tenor

Presented by the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra

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Join us for an exhilarating evening of opera hits sung by two top-notch virtuosi, lushly accompanied by the ABO’s formidable instrumental ensemble. Atlanta-based countertenor Nathan Medley returns this season after last year’s knockout debut with the ABO, joined by internationally renowned tenor Kyle Stegall for an evening of blockbuster arias by G.F. Handel, J.P. Rameau, Antonio Vivaldi and others.



Monday, March 23, 2020, 7:30 p.m.

The Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge, England

We regret to tell you that the concert by the Choir of St. John’s College, Cambridge, England, which was scheduled for Monday, March 23, has been canceled. Refunds for tickets already purchased by credit card on Eventbrite and from the Cathedral Book Store will be made directly to your credit card; refunds for tickets purchased with cash or check at the Cathedral Book Store may be obtained by presenting your receipt there. Please direct any questions to the music office, or 404-365-1050. 




Postponed to
June 16, 2021
, 7:30 p.m.

Atlanta Summer Organ Festival Recital
Thomas Murray

Presented by Delbert Lowell Jacks in memory of Thomas Ruben Jones, and by Friends of Cathedral Music

Thomas Murray was named Emeritus Professor of Organ at Yale University upon his retirement in 2019 after thirty-eight years of distinguished service on the Yale faculty. In a performing and recording career spanning more than a half-century he has become renowned especially for his interpretations of Romantic repertoire and music transcribed for the organ from orchestral and other media.

His performances have taken Murray to England, to eight continental European cities, to Australia, Japan and Argentina, as well as across the North American continent. The New York City chapter of the American Guild of Organists named him International Artist of the Year for 1986; as a recipient of this award he followed such luminaries as Marie-Claire Alain, Jean Guillou and Dame Gillian Weir. 

He holds honorary Fellowship diplomas from both the Royal College of Organists in England (2003) and the Royal Canadian College of Organists (2016). At Yale he has coached many of today’s leading young concert performers; in 2005 he was awarded the Gustave Stoeckel Award for excellence in teaching from the Yale University School of Music.

Suggested donation $15 at the door