Discover Music at Saint Mark's
Throughout its history, music has played an important role in the life of Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral in both the services and many public concerts that take place.
Built in 1910, Saint Mark’s was designated a Cathedral in 1941. In this role, there is a duality to the mission at Saint Mark’s. As with all churches, we serve our loyal and continually growing membership. But as a Cathedral, we also actively engage with members of the public and other churches in many ways, locally and throughout the state. This includes the weekly service of Choral Evensong, the regular concerts in our patron-supported Cathedral Music Series when we host national and international performers, and being a center for festivals and competitions. The warm acoustic of the Cathedral enhances music of all sorts, be it vocal, choral, orchestral, or instrumental — especially with our exceptional four-manual Foley-Baker pipe organ.
Whether you find that music brings the written word to life or leads you to a deeper spiritual understanding, or you just like the sound it makes, there is something special about experiencing music here at Saint Mark's, and we welcome you to join us!
Choral Music at Saint Mark's
Saint Mark's Music Series
A highlight of our year is Saint Mark's Music Series. This series of free concerts held between September and May each year features both ensembles from Saint Mark's as well as guest performers and groups. It's open to the public and enjoyed by our members as well.