Washington National Cathedral's Boy and Girl Choristers to Sing at St. Paul's UMC, Houston
Choristers of Washington National Cathedral. (Photo courtesy of Brian Glosh, Chorister Program Manager)
The National Cathedral’s boy and girl choristers will combine in a concert performance in St. Paul’s sanctuary, under the direction of Michael McCarthy, together with Cathedral organist Benjamin Straley. The concert will feature music from the wide repertoire used in services and special events at the National Cathedral, including works by Felix Mendelssohn, Gustav Holst, Cesar Franck, Kenneth Leighton, Malcolm Archer, and Benjamin Britten’s Missa Brevis. Thanks to the support of the St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society, this concert is free and open to the public.
Located in the heart of the Museum District on the corner of Main and Binz, St. Paul’s UMC strives to be a cathedral for Houston that embodies its diversity, inspires faith, and leads change for the common good of all peoples and communities. Learn more at www.stpaulshouston.org.