Music at Midday

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Music at Midday

Free Half Hour Recitals

Wednesdays at 12 noon

Followed by Lunch at 12:30 p.m.

Season 8 begins on September 7, 2022

Lunch information will be announced soon.

Schedule of Musicians - Fall 2022

September 7

Andrew Irvin, violin

Noah Smith, piano

César Franck's Violin Sonata

Celebrating Franck's Bicentennial

Andrew Irvin is Concertmaster of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.

Noah Smith is Organ Scholar here at Saint John's.

September 14

Eugene Lavery, organ

Eugene Lavery is Director of Music

at St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Waco, Texas.

September 21

Michael Bedford, organ

Dr. Bedford is our Organist Emeritus

September 28

Meray Boustani, soprano

Cathy Venable, piano

Meray Boustani is soprano soloist at Saint John's

and teaches voice at The University of Tulsa.

Before returning to Tulsa in 2020, Venable was Associate Conductor

of the National Tour of Frozen.

October 5

Tess Remy-Schumacher, cello

David Forbat, piano

Remy-Schumacher and Forbat both serve on the faculty

at the University of Central Oklahoma.

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Music Programs

April 29, 2022

Oklahoma Bach Choir: BWV 51, 4, and 10.pdf

Adam Pajan and Joseph Arndt, conductors

July 1, 2021

Patriotic Music at Midday on July 3 at 12 noon.pdf

Adam Pajan and Joseph Arndt perform music of American composers in honor of Independence Day.

April 27, 2021

Music at Midday on 28 April 2021.pdf

Scott Cantrell and Joseph Arndt perform "The King of Instruments" for narrator and organist by William Albright.

April 20, 2021

Music at Midday on 21 April 2021.pdf

Guest organist Patrick Scott performs music of Craig Phillips, Herbert Howells, Gerre Hancock, and an improvised recital incorporating three submitted themes.

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Welcome to another season of music at Saint John’s

Episcopal Church. We offer it all to the glory of God and for

the enrichment of the Tulsa community and beyond.

Yours sincerely,

Joseph Arndt

Music Director