Concert Series

St. John's offers several concert series that feature different styles of music. See each collection of concerts below, or click here to see the full calendar that includes all of the music happenings here at St. John's. 

Music at St. John's

The Music at St. John's Concert Series features our favorite musicians from all over the world. This concert series includes a Sunday performance in St. John's Sanctuary every month, and offers a variety of genres from folk music to a cappella jazz vocalists, classical instrumentalists, and everything in between.


Olga Perez Flora, James Flora & Jim Ahrend

September 18, 2022


Join us Sunday, September 18 at 2pm for the first concert of a new season of “Music at St. John’s.” Mezzo-soprano Olga Perez Flora and tenor James Flora will present a recital of gorgeous music with pianist Jim Ahrend. Also featured will be the St. John’s Chancel Choir performing Robert Ray’s joyous “Gospel Mass,” directed by Therese Macali and Matt Greer. The concert will also be available by livestream on our YouTube channel. There is no admission charge; a free will offering will be received. Join us!


Joel Becktell, Cellist

October 30, 2022


Join New Mexico cellist Joel Becktell for a virtuosic solo recital, “Bach, Etc.” featuring cello suites of J.S. Bach and other works. Joel appears on modern and baroque cello and violoncello piccolo as soloist and with ensembles throughout the world. He has been heard as soloist with orchestras including the Austin Symphony, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Santa Fe Symphony, and the Santa Fe Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra, among others. He is co-founder and cellist of the New Mexico-based concert series Movable Sol, and its period instrument companion series BWV. 



February 26, 2023


Celebrate the return of the globe-trotting a cappella group Apollo5, and enjoy an afternoon of Renaissance polyphony, contemporary choral works, and vocal jazz! This critically acclaimed a cappella five-piece Apollo5 is one of Britain’s smallest but most formidable vocal groups. Comprising a soprano, mezzo-soprano, two tenors and a bass, the ensemble – which takes its name from the ancient Greek god of music – has become known for its rich, dynamic sound, demonstrating how powerful five voices alone can be.

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Justin Roberts

April 30, 2023


Justin Roberts. A joyful afternoon of music for children (and their grown-ups) by the Emmy-nominated singer/songwriter Justin Roberts and his Not-Ready-For-Naptime Players. The Los Angelels Times calls Roberts “among the best craftsmen of sweet and silly kid tunes out there, [who makes] irresistible music out of small, well-observed moments from the lives of children and parents.”


The St. John's Bach Project

We are thrilled to present The St. John’s Bach Project, a series of concert and worship experiences that present the vocal and instrumental works of J.S. Bach, with a particular emphasis on his cantatas.

Admission is always free, a goodwill offering will be gratefully received. Complimentary childcare is provided.

“The final aim and reason of all music is nothing other than the glorification of God and the refreshment of the spirit.”
- J.S. Bach