The 2017-18 Concert Series at St. Gregory’s

Tickets and season subscriptions are now available at www.stgregorysboca.eventbrite.com

Phantom of the Opera

Saturday, October 21  |  7:30 PM

Renowned organist Timothy Brumfield brings his popular New York City show to St. Gregory’s for a third year. In this thrilling performance, Brumfield improvises a fantastic live organ score for the 1925 silent film “Phantom of the Opera.” Combining drama, humor, and Halloween-inspired fun, this show is a one-of-a-kind musical work of art!

Master Chorale of South Florida 

Sunday, November 5  |  4 PM

From Beethoven to Broadway, Bach to Bernstein, the Master Chorale of South Florida is a highly select, auditioned ensemble comprised of singers from Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties. Originally founded in 2003, the Chorale is thriving under artistic director and conductor Brett Karlin, who has appeared here at St. Gregory’s on numerous occasions both as conductor and soloist.  Performing “Requiem” by Maurice Duruflé, the chorus embarks upon a musical journey into the depths of one of the greatest choral pieces ever composed.  Tickets: www.masterchoraleofsouthflorida.org or call 954-641-2653 

 

American Hymns Rediscovered 

Sunday, November 12  |  4 PM

Rich tradition and fearless innovation define American music. With American Hymns Rediscovered, Seraphic Fire delivers American hymnody alongside contemporary works of musical poetry that call for wisdom, peace, and action.
Tickets: www.seraphicfire.org/performances/tickets/ or call 305-285-9060

A Seraphic Fire Christmas 

Friday, December 15  |  7:30 PM

A Seraphic Fire Christmas blends timeless music of the season into the absorbing experience of this ensemble’s traditional candlelight Christmas concert. Surround yourself in the beauty of Gregorian Chant and glorious English carols as the ensemble welcomes the season with festive style. Tickets: www.seraphicfire.org/performances/tickets/ or call 305-285-9060

The Amadeus Trio 

Sunday, January 14  |  4 PM

“A World-class ensemble, Yes, world-class!” –The Los Angeles Times

“A powerhouse American chamber group.” –The Toronto Star

Critical reviews such as these have become commonplace for The Amadeus Trio, one of the most dynamic chamber music groups performing today. Celebrating twenty-five seasons of rave review performances to passionately enthusiastic audiences, The Amadeus Trio is generally acknowledged as occupying a position among the foremost piano trios in the world. Recognized for their brilliant virtuosity and superb musicianship, the three artists also enjoy award-winning solo careers. Hiroko Sasaki, piano; Timothy Baker, violin; David Teie, Cello.

Wycliffe Gordon

Sunday, February 11  |  4 PM

Jazz legend Wycliffe Gordon returns to St. Gregory’s for a New Orleans-style performance featuring his original compositions, big band and jazz favorites, gospel selections, and swing classics. A trombone master, skilled composer, and electric performer, Gordon is one of the top musicians in modern jazz world.  Joining Wycliffe this year will be jazz vocalist Dee Daniels.  Ms. Daniels is one of the most dynamic jazz artists in the world today and her unique blend of gospel and blues styling coupled with her incredible four octave range has thrilled and captivated audiences around the globe.

Talise Trevigne  

Friday, March 2  |  7:30 PM

“Trevigne’s voice is pearly, lustrous and exactingly controlled, yet it also feels untethered, free”—Richard Scheinin, Mercury News

“The silvery soprano of Talise Trevigne, as Tell’s son Jemmy, soared over the ensembles.”—James Jorden, New York Post

Renowned soprano, Talise Trevigne, enjoys an exciting career starring in operatic roles around the world and is perhaps best known as a passionate supporter and interpreter of contemporary music.  Miss Trevigne sang the world premiere of Jake Heggie’s song cycle ‘Pieces of 9/11—Memories from Houston’ at Houston’s Grand Opera, and her solo CD, ‘At the Statue of Venus’ (GPR Records), written by award-winning composers Mr. Heggie and Glen Roven, quickly climbed to the top of the US record charts.  She is featured on numerous Heggie recordings and starred and debuted in the role written for her as Pip the cabin boy from Heggie’s Moby Dick performing the world premiere with the Dallas Opera in 2010. 

About the Great Music at St. Gregory’s Concert Series

Our annual Concert Series brings artists of international fame to Boca Raton, providing outstanding musical performances in the heart of the local community. From jazz artists to contemporary bands to classical performers, our Concert Series offers variety you’ll find nowhere else, thanks to the inspired direction of Tim Brumfield. St. Gregory’s is proud to serve as a cultural hub for downtown Boca and a gathering spot for locals and visitors to enjoy high-quality music.