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email: stcats@stcatherines.org

571 Holt Road NE

Marietta, GA  30068

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St Catherine's Episcopal Church.
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Concert Series

St. Catherine’s 2019-2020 Concert Series

Join us for these concerts in our 8th Annual series, committed to providing high quality chamber and solo concerts, instrumental and vocal, held in the nave (church) distinguished for its acoustics. The public is invited! All programs are free, open seating, with no tickets needed (a freewill offering is taken). Two of the series’ favorite components are the “living program notes,” where performers share their thoughts about the music with the audience, and the post-concert reception, where the audience has an opportunity to meet the artists.

The Charlestones were formed in 2014 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Charleston, South Carolina.  An a cappella quartet consisting of Todd Monsell (bass), Brink Norton (tenor), William Purcell (lead), and Stephen Spaulding (baritone), they have quickly made a name for themselves with their trademark flawless intonation, rocksteady camaraderie, and wide variety of vocal styles. 

The Charlestones
Friday, Nov. 15 at 7:30p.m.

Soprano Kyunghee Kim has delighted audiences with her concert and operatic performances throughout Europe, Asia, Latin America and the United States She has appeared many times in China, where one of her performances was the first professional Western recital ever presented in the Hunan province. As an oratorio/symphonic soloist, her performances include Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Haydn’s The Creation, and Mendelssohn’s Elijah. She will perform European Opera Masterworks.

Kyunghee Kim, Soprano        
Sunday, Jan. 26, 4:00 p.m.

Elisabeth Remy Johnson is principal harpist of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and holds the endowed Carl and Sally Gable Chair. She is winner of first-place awards in competitions of the American Harp Society and the American String Teachers Association, and has worked with a diverse range of the world’s greatest artists, from Yo-Yo Ma to Stevie Wonder, to Julie Andrews.

Elisabeth Remy Johnson, Harpist
Sunday, Feb. 23 at 4:00 p.m.

Kennesaw’s faculty performers include violinist Helen Kim (Professor of Violin), cellist Charae Krueger (Artist-in-Residence in Cello), pianist Robert Henry (Director of Piano Studies, Assistant Professor of Music) and violist Cathy Lynn, (Associate Principal Viola, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra). The Centerpiece of the concert will be Brahms Piano Quartet in G Minor.

Kennesaw State University
Piano Quartet
Sunday, March 29 at 4:00 p.m.

Be a Friend of Music at St. Catherine’s

This concert series and our future concerts are made possible and kept affordable by the generous contributions of music lovers like you. Become a “Friend Of Music At St. Catherine’s” and help enhance the musical and spiritual life of our community. All contributors will be acknowledged in the concert programs and invited to a an exclusive “Friends” reception. Gifts in any amount are welcome.

Please make checks to St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church and designate it on the memo line for “Friends of Music.” Mail to the church office at St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church, 571 Holt Road, Marietta, Georgia 30068. Donations are tax deductible.