Now in its second year, the twelve-member vocal ensemble at Holy Spirit Catholic Church known as the Schola Cantorum brings traditional sacred songs and sounds to the Sea Islands community Sunday, October 14, 2018 at 4:30 pm in its inaugural concert debut.
The Sacred Sounds in Concert will include works by contemporary composers Fedak, Gjeilo and Trotta nestled alongside beautiful classics and early American hymn tunes and spirituals. The Schola will also perform a new and beautiful setting of the Magnificat by St. Stephen’s organist and choirmaster, Wayne Helmly, as well as a commissioned setting of the traditional Irish Blessing by Director of Music at Christ Our King, Scott Atwood.
Instrumentalists Kathleen Wilson (harp), Eloise Jos (violin/fiddle), and Philip Lipton (clarinet) accompany the Schola (Elise Jorgens, Cecelia Dawson, April Gorski, Mary Lubic, Maryellen Monahan, Caroline Baggett, Kit McMurry, Benjamin Pulsipher, Bruce VanVoorhis, Nick Rawn Carter, and John Termine) with arrangements by director Laura Ball.
All are welcome at this free concert offering for the Sea Islands and greater Charleston communities. Donations are appreciated and will help fund our youth music ministry.
Where: Holy Spirit Catholic Church
xxixxxx 3871 Betsy Kerrison Parkway, Johns Island
When: Sunday, October 14th, 2018 at 4:30 pm | Doors open at 4:00 pm
Admission: Free Concert, Suggested Donation $20
For more information call 843-768-0357 or visit: www.holyspiritsc.org