Music is the heart of our worship at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral. Building on a strong choral tradition we strive for excellence in our worship. From prelude to postlude, our music seeks to transcend the ordinary and bring us into the presence of God.
This outstanding choir leads the Sunday worship service as well as regular Choral Evensongs at 5 p.m. and performs special concerts in the renowned Saint Mark’s Music Series.
The Cathedral Choral Society is a volunteer, community based symphonic chorus of St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral. Founded in 1970, the Choral Society is one of the oldest, continuous performing choral groups in the Twin Cities.
The Cathedral Choristers provide an opportunity for children and teenagers who enjoy music and singing to use this passion to worship God. This choir is available for interested singers, both boys with unchanged voices and girls, who are in grades 4-12. The choristers sing the first Sunday of each month October through May.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
As is our custom, we end the season with crowd-pleasing classical favorite.
Directed by Canon Musician Raymond Johnston, the Cathedral Choir sings The Crucifixion.
Concert organist and former organ scholar at King’s College.