Sacred Music of the Americas

September 19 – October 10, 2013
10:30 AM – 12 Noon

Cathedral Concerts Exploring Sacred Music Seminars are designed to be informative and fun for the music lover to the trained musician.

This year’s Sacred Music Seminar focuses on the sacred music of the Americas. No country has such a diverse structure of churches and denominations as the United States.  These seminars are going to explore some of the main Christian faith traditions, imported and genuine to the USA.  Come and hear about the first American hymnals, composers, and musical heritage in American churches.

Classes are held on the lower level of the Cathedral in the St. Cecilia Chapel.
Lunch with the presenters follows each class.

Registration for all 4 weeks, including lunches following each class, is $125.

Individual classes are $35 per session. (Call 314-533-7662 to register for individual sessions.)

Class Outline

Thursday, September 19
Anglican Roots and the Episcopal Church – Dr. Robert Lehman, Organist & Choirmaster, The Church of St. Michael & St. George

Thursday, September 26
The Presbyterian and Methodist Music – Andrew Peters, Organist & Director of Music, Second Presbyterian Church

Thursday, October 3
The American Baptist Tradition – Dr. Jeffrey Carter, Chair, Department of Music, Webster University

Thursday, October 10
Catholic Music in the New World – Dr. Horst Buchholz, Music Director of the Archdiocese and Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis; Artistic Director of St. Louis Cathedral Concerts


Click here to Register for all 4 classes now


Call to Register for individual classes- 314-533-7662