Music and the Arts at All Saints

From Our Director of Music:

Music is a dynamic, transforming force that edified and enhances our worship week after week.  Music is nourishment for our spiritual lives.  Through music, God's word to us in worship is amplified, our fellowship is enlivened, and our learning is underscored.  Whether we listen to an instrumental voluntary, an anthem sung by one of our choirs, chant a Psalm, sing from our hymnals, or tap our foot to jazz at Saturday@5, music is a vehicle that brings us into a closer relationship with the Divine.
We invite you to experience the many musical opportunities offered here at All Saints.  Music at All Saints - Hilton Head Island strives to embrace the music of the Episcopal Church in the United States while maintaining its Anglican musical heritage.  Our concert series, Arts at All Saints,  features an array of sacred music concerts and special choral services each year.  I hope that you will partake in these many wonderful music opportunities.

Musically yours,
Jason A. Wright, DMA
director of music

Upcoming Music and the Arts at All Saints

Brian Luckett Classical Guitar

Friday, January 18 | 12pm

A noon concert of varied music for classical guitar by acclaimed guitarist, Dr. Brian Luckett, from Jacksonville, Florida.

$20 Suggested Donation

Handel & Bach

Friday, February 8 | 7pm

Featuring Handel’s Organ Concerto in G minor, Op 4. No. 3 & Bach’s Solo Cantata for Soprano Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen sung by Rebecca Flaherty; both with chamber orchestra.

$20 Suggested Donation

All Saints on Broadway

Friday, February 22 | 6:30pm

Members of the Parish Choir will perform an array of music from Broadway in Gordon Mann Hall. Hor d’ouvres and wine will be served during the performance.

Tickets $25

Chilcott Requiem

Sunday, April 14 | 4pm

A concert of music for Holy Week, sung by the Parish Choir featuring the Chilcott Requiem with a woodwind chamber orchestra and organ.

$20 Suggested Donation

Special Services

Candlelight Eucharist

Monday, December 24 | 8pm

A service of Holy Communion by Candlelight. Pre-service music for strings, classical guitar, and harp begins at 7:30pm.

Lenten Recital & Evensong

Sunday, March 24 | 4pm

A contemplative service based on Plainsong chant sung by the Chamber Choir. Evensong begins with a 30-minute organ recital.

Easter Choral Eucharist

Sunday, April 21

8am & 10:15am

Join us for a Festive Eucharist celebrating the resurrection of our Lord. Pre-service music for brass and organ begins 30-minutes prior to the 10:15am service.

Feast of the Ascension Choral Evensong

Thursday, May 30 | 7pm

A short, sung service celebrating the ascension of Jesus to heaven in Hay Chapel sung by Voci Sacre.

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Choral Music

September 9 - Proper 18
Martin Shaw, With a voice of singing
September 16 - Proper 19
John Ferguson, Who is this?
C. H. H. Parry, Dear Lord and Father
September 23 - Proper 20
William Bradley Roberts, In all these you welcomed me
September 30 - Proper 21 
John Rutter, God be in my head
October 7 - Proper 22
No Choral Anthem
October 12 - Lowcountry AGO Chapter 20th Anniversary Concert
Bruce Neswick, Let the peoples praise you, O God
October 14 - Proper 23
Joseph W. Clokey, Treasures in Heaven
October 21 - Proper 24
Johannes Brahms, Warum ist das licht gegeben
Edward Elgar, Ave verum
October 28 - Proper 25
Herbert Howells, My eyes for beauty pine
November 4 - All Saints Sunday
Robert J. Powell, O quam gloriosum
Choral Evensong
J. Wright, Preces and Responses
Hebert Sumsion, Evening Service in A
Bruce Newswick, Let the peoples praise you, O God
November 11 - Proper 27
Christopher Tye, Give almes of thy goods
November 18 - Proper 28
Felix Mendelssohn, He that endureth to the end
November 25 - Christ the King Sunday
Ralph Vaughan Williams, At the name of Jesus
John Ferguson, Let all mortal flesh

December 2 - Advent I
Paul Manz, E'en so, Lord Jesus
December 9 - Advent II
Johann Sebastian Bach, Bereite dich, Zion
Advent Lessons and Carols

MATIN RESPONSORY  - I look from afar - Palestrina
LESSON 1 - Jesus Christ the Apple Tree, Simon Andrews
(Sung by the Parish Choir)
LESSON 2 - There is no rose, Robert Lehaman
(Sung by Chamber Singers)
LESSON 3 - Out of the Wintry Gloom, Richard Shphard
(Sung by Women of the Choir)
LESSON 4 - Congregational Hymn
LESSON 5 - Veni, Emmanuel, anon. 15th Latin setting
(Sung by Men of the Choir)
LESSON 6 - Rejoice Greatly, G. F. Handel
Rebecca Flaherty, soprano
LESSON 7 - Echoing Carole - Carson P. Cooman
(Sung by the Women of the Choir)
LESSON 8 - Congregational Hymn 
LESSON 9 - The Linden Tree, Crawford R. Thoburn
(Sung by the Parish Choir)
(Sung by Voci Sacre)
December 16 - Advent III
 Henry Purcell, Rejoice in the Lord alway
December 23 - Advent IV
Frank Henry Shera, Magnificat
December 24 - Christmas Eve