In addition to being a vibrant community of faith, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, located in the heart of the Museum District, is one of Houston’s most beautiful and treasured concert venues. Anchored by the St. Paul’s Choir, which has earned national acclaim in the Anglican choral tradition, the church regularly presents recitals and concerts of solo instrumental and vocal, chamber, choral and orchestral repertoire.

The annual Lenten Recital Series is presented by the  St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society, whose generous donors have supported music at St. Paul’s for over 30 years. We remain profoundly grateful to so many, including those outside the Houston area and around the country, who stay close to St. Paul’s with their support from afar. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation or if you would like to receive notices about upcoming performances, please contact Dawn Uebelhart  (dawn@stpaulshouston.org) or Paul Gainey (paulgainey@sbcglobal.net).


2019 LENTEN RECITAL SERIES

Sponsored by the St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society | Free admission | Sanctuary

Thursday, March 7, at 12:15 pm
Mercury Chamber Orchestra – Concertos for two violins by J. S. Bach and Antonio Vivaldi

Thursday, March 14, at 12:15 pm
Solo Artists from Houston Grand Opera 

Thursday, March 21, at 12:15 pm
Music for Three Organists – St. Paul’s musicians, Christopher Betts, Ken Coleman and Ben Kerswell

Thursday, March 28, at 12:15 pm
St. Paul’s Chamber Choir - Music for Lent and Holy Week

Thursday, April 4, at 12:15 pm
Robert Walzel, clarinet – music by Gerald Finzi and more

Thursday, April 11, at 7 pm
Jeremy Filsell (piano and organ) and Erik Suter (organ)
Music by Sergei Rachmaninoff and Marcel Dupré, including Rachmaninoff’s Variations of a Theme of Paganini, arranged for organ and piano