Cathedral Arts & Music
Cathedral Choir Practice has begun! email Dwight for more info.
The Cathedral Choir is comprised of volunteers and professionals who sing during the academic year, leading congregational singing and offering works drawn from the vast repertoire of sacred choral music. All of our choir members are nurtured in musical growth while preparing for their liturgical role as leaders of worship. Rehearsals are on Thursdays from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Cathedral Chamber Choir
sings monthly Choral Evensong at 5:00 p.m. on the fourth Sunday of the month from September through April, excluding December.
Evensong closes the day in the rich tradition of serenity and beauty through music and prayer.
A smaller, highly-skilled chamber choir offers some of the finest examples of choral works. Audition required for openings as they appear.
If you are already involved in our choral program you will find the appropriate calendar links below. If you are in becoming involved, please contact our Director of Music, Dwight Thomas at email@example.com.
Friends of Music
Our Cathedral Arts program relies on the generosity of donations from our supporters to provide this essential outreach. Will you join our "Friends of Music" and contribute to this part of the life of the Cathedral? If you would like to contribute or underwrite a future concert, please contact our Director of Music Dwight Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org
The St. Petersburg Festival Chorus is a large oratorio choir of singers from all over the Tampa Bay area that performs with an orchestra or instrumentals. This prestigious group sings choral masterworks, such as Requiem (Faure), Gloria (Poulenc), and Noye’s Fludde (Britten). Rehearsals are as announced.
The church also supports musical endeavors of members of the local community by making its facilities available to various groups and individuals for rehearsals and performances, such as Thursday Evening Recitals and First Night St. Petersburg venue featuring opera and chamber music.
The Music Ministry at the Cathedral is for the glory of God. As Episcopalians, we respond to God and participate in liturgy.