Music at St. John’s concerts are offered by St John’s UMC as a gift to the Albuquerque community.

Each calendar year, several superb concerts are offered. There is no admission charge; a free will offering is received at each event. Complimentary childcare is available at each concert. Our sanctuary is handicapped-accessible.

Michael Anthony and Friends
Sunday, September 9
3:00pm
Join us for a fantastic afternoon of jazz, led by internationally-acclaimed guitarist and Albuquerque resident Michael Anthony.

Paul Smith
Sunday, November 11
3:00pm
Paul Smith is a conductor, a composer, an educator, and a founding member of the international a cappella sensation Voces8. Paul Smith presents “Reflections,” an immersive and interactive experience featuring music made by chorus, instruments, and audience.

Chatter
Sunday, January 20
3:00pm
The groundbreaking Albuquerque musical collective presents “Sacred and Sublime,” an unforgettable program of new and old chamber works, featuring clarinetist James Shields, and music by Mozart, Golijov, and Pärt.

Alcee Chriss
Sunday, February 10
3:00pm
First-prize and Bach prize winner at the 2017 Canadian International Organ Competition, Alcee Chriss III is widely regarded as one of the leading young organists of our time. Join us for an afternoon of majestic music for the king of instruments.

And one very special extra event . . .

*Voces8
Tuesday, March 5 7:00pm

The British vocal ensemble VOCES8 is now established as one of the most versatile and best- loved singing groups in the world. Touring extensively throughout Europe, North America and Asia, the ensemble performs a repertory from Renaissance polyphony to vocal jazz to contemporary commissions and arrangements. Don’t miss their fifth appearance on “Music at St. John’s”!

*Tickets for Voces8 are $20 ($10 for students), and will go on sale February 1.


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