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2015

A Single Step ... A Denver Art Song Project Recital

 

Eapen LeubnerThe Denver Art Song Project is tenor Eapen Leubner and pianist, Mallory Bernstein.  Their first collaboration was a recording and digital release of three songs by Stefano Donaudy. 

A journey begins with a single step and this is a concert of beginnings.   If you don't know what art songs are, your journey begins with this single step.  If you have never heard the Denver Art Song Project, this could be your single step.

This is also the first full recital by the Denver Art Song Project and it celebrates our first iTunes release.  This is an opportunity to not just hear, but also to learn about a lesser-known, yet beautiful musical genre.

Time: 7 p.m.

Where: St. Frances Cabrini Music Room Theatre

Address: 6673 W Chatfield Ave, Littleton, CO 80128

Tickets: $10 at the door or by reservation. 

More information: 303-953-7774

Directions: 6673 W Chatfield Ave, Littleton, CO 80128 

Read more about Eapen Leubner at http://eapenleubner.com/wp/



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2013

April 21, 2013: The Cabrini Organ Concert

William Stein Bill Stein was raised in northern Illinois. He began taking piano and organ lessons at an early age and played his first worship service at the age of 12. He received his Bachelor of Music Degree in organ from Illinois Wesleyan University, and a Master of Music Performance degree in organ and sacred music from Northwestern University. While at Northwestern he studied organ with Wolfgang Rubsam, choral conducting with Richard Webster, and church music with Margaret Kemper. Bill served churches in Chicago and Rockford, Illinois as both Organist and Music Director. He has completed several choir tours of Italy, Austria, Germany, France, Ireland, and England as conductor, organist and accompanist.

Bill began serving First Presbyterian Church of Kirkwood as Director of Music Ministries on May 1, 2006. At First Presbyterian, Bill is the church's Organist, conducts the Chancel Choir, Chancel Ringers, Middle School Ringers, Chorister Choir, and Church Orchestra. At First Presbyterian he has led major works for choir and orchestra such as Handel's "Messiah", Vivaldi's "Gloria", Lauridsen's "Lux Aeterna", Durufle's "Requiem", and Poulenc's "Gloria". Bill led the Chancel Choir on a tour of Scotland and England in October 2010, performing in St. Gile's Cathedral (Edinburgh), Coventry Cathedral, York Minster, and St. Paul's Cathedral in London. He is a member of the church's Organ Committee and is excited about the installation of their new Casavant Freres Pipe Organ in October 2013. He serves as Artistic Director of the church's Con Spirito Concert Series, currently celebrating its 13th season. Bill is member of the Steering Committee planning the American Guild of Organists 2015 regional convention, and has served on the Executive Board of the St. Louis Chapter, American Guild of Organists. He is an active recitalist and accompanist.

 


 

March 8, 2013: Choral Stations

Choir singingThe St. Frances Cabrini choir sang John Rutter's Reqiuem for the annual Choral Stations Program in the main church, accompanied by a small chamber orchestra. Directed by Dan Wyatt, Laura High was featured as soloist with Mary Reinker at the organ.
Friday, March 8, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.

 

 


 

February 18, 2013: Onsombley

Onsombley logoOmsombley, an acoustic music group who play many types of music ranging from contemporary to jazz, played the Cabrini Music Room Theatre to a packed audience.
Saturday, February 18, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.

 






 

2012

November: 15th Annual Interfaith Choir Concert

choir singing
Choirs from St. Frances Cabrini, Columbine United, Faith Community, Heritage United Methodist and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints performed an inspiring evening of choral music, individually and as a combined choir of more than 200 voices.
Friday, November 9, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

 




October: The Mozart Requiem

 

Picture of Mozart The St. Frances Cabrini Choir and Orchestra sang Mozart's Requiem in D minor (K. 626). Daniel Wyatt, Conducted with Mary Reinker at the Organ. Soloists: Laura High (Soprano), Judith Wyatt (Alto), Aaron Hunt (Tenor), Ken Paul (Bass).
Friday, October 24th, 2012 at 7 p.m.

 


June: Canto Deo: We Hymn the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

 

Cante Deo logo The Canto Deo Festival Choir will sing songs in praise to the Trinity. This concert will have pipe organ and rich brass accompaniment and the audience will have the opportunity to sing along with some of the hymns.
Saturday, June 2 2012 at 7 p.m.

To learn more see: Canto Deo

 




April: The Cabrini Organ Recital: Joseph Galema, D.M.A.

 

Joseph Galema, D.M.A.Joseph Galema, D.M.A., Professor of Music at the Lamont School of Music and Music Director and Academy Organist for the United States Air Force Academy, will perform organ works from the classic to the contemporary repertoire on the mighty St. Frances Cabrini organ.
Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 2 p.m.

Learn more about Dr. Galema, see:

 





March: Choral Stations of the Cross

Cabrini CrossJoin the St. Frances Cabrini Choir for this Lenten tradition combining choral music with the weekly stations of the cross. Attend the Friday Fish Fry and then join the choir in the church. Friday, March 16, 2012, 7 p.m.

Friday, March 16, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.