The Trouverés Youth Choir sing “Hope for Resolution,” composed by Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory, and conducted by Paul Caldwell at the 11:15 a.m. service on Sunday, March 30, 2014.
The All Saints Jazz Vespers program brings together amazing musicianship and holy inspiration six times a year for a service of prayer, meditation and music. So many of them tell us that they love playing in the context of a vespers service with prayers and short meditations and the sense that this is a holy enterprise, not just a jazz concert in the church.
All Saints Church Forum, Sunday, Jan. 12
2 PM – 4 PM
How might singing and songwriting provide support and inspiration for hospice workers in South Africa?
In the South African summer (North American winter), a team of health care professionals and artists explore this question by conducting a study at South Coast Hospice in KwaZulu Natal, the northeastern province of South Africa.
Christina Honchell and the Canterbury Choir offer a prayer for Nelson Mandela, and the South African National Anthem (“Nkosi Sikelel”), Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013.
Poetry from the Brave New Voices Grand Slam Finals at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago.
Trust the ASC Trouveres youth choir to raise everyone’s spirits… this time, singing “The Storm Is Passing Over” on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013, with Russell Ferrante on piano. (Written by Charles Albert Tindley, arranged by Barbara W. Baker)
The All Saints Jazz Vespers series kicks off on Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 5 PM in the Chancel with Bill Cunliffe and his Latin Band, Imaginacion.
Jazz pianist, our composer-in-residence and Grammy Award-winning arranger Bill Cunliffe is known for his innovative and swinging recordings and compositions. He is joined by Kye Palmer, trumpet; Art Velasco, trombone; Brian Scanlon, sax; Jimmy Branly, drums and John Belzaguy, bass. Francisco Garcia offers a meditation.