From recitals to concerts to liturgy, we invite well-known musicians from around the Pacific Northwest to perform in the newly renovated sacred spaces of Epiphany Seattle. Find more information about upcoming performances and performers here
GRAMMY NOMINEE Paul Galbraith, Classical Guitar
March 11 at 6:15 in the Church
His performances are described by Gramophone as “A landmark in the history of guitar” and “Magnificently played, thoughtful, and majestic.”
Grammy nominee and billboard “top ten” artist Paul Galbraith returns to Seattle but this time for his debut concert at Epiphany Parish.
“Internationally renowned as a brilliant innovator of the classical guitar, Paul Galbraith has been working since the 1980s towards expanding the technical limits of his instrument, besides augmenting the quantity and quality of its repertoire. These efforts have already resulted in a series of critically acclaimed recordings of works by Bach, Haydn, and Brahms, along with his own arrangements of folk tunes from various countries, all of which demonstrate the originality of his musical personality. By exchanging the traditional guitar for the eight-string Brahms Guitar, which he helped to develop, Galbraith found the ideal instrument with which to interpret the challenging Classical transcriptions from his highly personal repertoire.”
FREE – sponsored by gracious support of the Epiphany Seattle Music Guild.
Gala Fundraising Concert & Dinner
April 22 at 6 pm in the Chapel & Great Hall
Discovery Trio – “Plucked, Bowed, and Breathed: Baroque Music for Flute, Cello, and Harpsichord”
After dinner, internationally recognized jazz pianist Jeremy Bacon will dazzle us during dessert in the Chapel. This will be an evening of musical frivolity and exquisite food as we raise funds for the Epiphany Seattle Music Guild. This event allows these concerts to be offered without charge.
Choral Evensong for The Feast of the Ascension
May 13 at 5 pm in the Chapel
Sung by the Epiphany Parish Choir
Stanford Evening Service in G
Mathias Lift up your heads, O ye gates
Pipe and Bow, Wind and Wood: A Concert for Violoncello & Organ
May 20 at 6:15 in the Church
Michael Kleinschmidt, organ
Page Smith, cello
Program to include a virtuoso arrangement for cello and organ of a Toccata by the early baroque composer, Girolamo Frescobaldi; an adaptation for cello and organ of the gorgeous Moderato Cantabile from Widor’s Eighth Organ Symphony; and J. S. Bach’s beloved Sonata in D for Viola da gamba and Harpsichord, here performed on pipe organ and modern cello.
Choral Evensong for Trinity Sunday & Recognition of Dr. Carole Terry, Artist-in-Residence
May 27 at 5 pm in the Church