All Saints music ministry strives to bring sacred music’s beauty, joy and universal language to our liturgical celebrations and to our greater community. Contact:
, Organist/ Choirmaster
The Liturgical Choir sings for the 10:30 liturgy from the first Sunday following Labor Day through the Easter season. This talented choir also provides seasonal music for Christmas, Easter and other special liturgies, including occasional Evensongs, through out the year. Adults and High School students are welcome to serve in the rewarding ministry. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings, 7–9 p.m. The Liturgical Choir is a very rewarding way to participate in the All Saints Music Ministry.
The Summer Choir sings for the 10:30 liturgy for Sundays following the Easter season through Labor Day. Rehearsals are on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. Repertoire is not as challenging, so it is a good time to see if a regular commitment to the Liturgical Choir is for you. The Summer Choir is a fun and relaxed way to share your musical talent.
Instruments in Worship
All Saint’s Music Ministry is looking for committed volunteers to develop their instrumental musical skills. Many of you played instruments at some point in your life – here is an opportunity to redevelop your musical prowess. Brass, percussion (including global music percussion), strings or just about any instrumentalists are welcome to participate in our liturgies. Contact
to find out more.
Friends of Music
All Saints Episcopal Church enjoys a heritage of excellence in sacred music and the arts. This heritage includes a designated fund, Great Music in Worship, started in the 1980s. This fund was used to support areas of music that cannot be sustained through the normal operating budget. We continue this distinguished funding tradition with Friends of Music. Gifts will go toward:
• Student intern program (providing stipends to excellent high school musicians)
• Additions and improvements to our pipe organs: Rebuild chancel console; Gallery Trumpett en Chamade
• Stipends for professional musicians
• Promotion of the RiverSounds Concert Series
Gifts are particularly appreciated from those throughout the South Florida community who support the tradition of sacred music but are not All Saints members. Encourage your friends who love our music to make a generous contribution to assure that All Saints remains a leader in Sacred Music!
Wicks Pipe organ presented in memory of J. David Leichtun (1930-2011). Additional gifts for the move and installation of this instrument given in memory of David Anatole Hardie (1928-2011) and through the generosity of All Saints individuals who share a passion for great music.
AUTHENTICITY OF SPACE: Creating Settings for Early Music Performances
Paper presented by Daniel Copher, July 11, 2008
American Society for Aesthetics
Santa Fe, New Mexico