Sacred Music at Columbia — Spring 2023

Winter/Spring 2023: Free concerts at 7pm Tuesdays; 6pm Thursdays


Tuesday the 31st at 7pm: Éléonore Weill — Jewish songs from France


Thursday the 2nd at 6pm: Anita Graef — Cross-cultural cello music by women composers

Thursday the 9th at 6pm: Gail Archer — Polish organ music

Thursday the 16th at 6pm: Zosha Warpeha & Carlo Costa — Soundscapes of Nordic folk music

Monday the 20th, 10am–12pm: The New York City Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, 2023 Presidents’ Day Conference — organ recital by Monica Czausz Berney, lecture by Thomas Murray

Tuesday the 21st at 7pm: Jordan Bartow — Universal spirituality through cello music

Thursday the 23rd at 6pm: Janet Yieh, organ

Tuesday the 28th at 7pm: BlackBox Ensemble — spiritual music by living composers


Thursday the 2nd at 6pm: Anima Baroque Ensemble — A Not-So-Platonic Symposium

Tuesday the 7th at 7pm: A Golden Wire — Baroque music for harp and gamba

Saturday the 25th at 1pm: Operatic Feminisms Symposium: Femmes in Early Musical Drama (Hildegard von Bingen’s Ordo Virtutum & Barbara Strozzi’s Lagrime Mie, performed by the Columbia Collegium Musicum)

Tuesday the 28th at 7pm: Keyin Lou — new chamber music from China and the US

Thursday the 30th at 6pm: William K. Trafka, organ


Tuesday the 4th at 7pm: Out of the Woods — German songs about spring, with Beth Anne Hatton, Hayden DeWitt, Vita Wallace

Tuesday the 11th at 7pm: Indrajit Roy-Chowdhury, solo sitar

Tuesday the 18th at 7pm: Raffi Boden — Bach & Klezmer for cello

Saturday the 22nd at 8pm: Barnard Chorus & Orchestra — music of Kodály & Dvořák

Tuesday the 25th at 7pm: Cecily DeMarco, organ


Monday the 1st at 7pm: Columbia’s Collegium musicum — Doxazomen Sou Christe: A Chronology of Sacred Works by Female Composers

Tuesday the 2nd at 7pm: Chamber Musicians from Juilliard

Thursday the 4th at 6pm: Chamber Musicians from Juilliard

Tuesday the 9th at 7pm: Benjamin Katz & Ariadne Greif — Baroque music for soprano and harpsichord (postponed to Fall 2023)

Tuesday the 16th at 7pm: Yike Zhang — three new pieces composed specially for the St. Paul’s echo

Thursday the 18th at 6pm: Greek–Turkish Music, with Lamprini Kampouras-Psyllos, Enis Cagatay Ozguner, Nezih Antakli, George Stathos


And one-hour organ meditations by Julian Bennett Holmes & guests, Tuesdays at 3pm, through May 2 (in person only).