Music at Midday

Adam Pajan and Joseph Arndt perform regular recitals on the Schoenstein Organ.



Music at Midday - Wednesdays at 12 noon


This beloved series resumes both in-person and online.

In-person attendance is limited to 50 attendees per performance with masking and distancing. Reservations are required in advance. There will be no lunch at this time.


Email Diana Carter:

dcarter@sjtulsa.org



March 3

Adam Pajan, organ


March 10

John Rush, flute

Joseph Arndt, organ


March 17

Fantasy and Fugue on the chorale "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam" - Franz Liszt

Benjamin Clark, organ


March 24

Joseph Arndt, organ


March 31

Stabat Mater - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

Meray Boustani, soprano, and Nicholas Garza, countertenor

Adam Pajan, conductor

with chamber orchestra of period instruments


April 7

Okna (Windows) - Petr Eben

Caleb Hudson, trumpet

Adam Pajan, organ


April 14

Mary Ann Stewart, soprano

Paul Sweet, piano


April 21

Patrick Scott, organ


April 28

The King of Instruments - William Albright

Scott Cantrell, narrator

Joseph Arndt, organ







Music Programs

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.

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