Cathedral Day Organ Recital

Our doors are open again and it’s a time to say, “Welcome Home!” as we celebrate the Cathedral’s 114th birthday! Settle in for an unforgettable afternoon of awe-inspiring music, surrounded by the soaring walls and glimmering stained-glass windows of our beloved Cathedral.

Featuring contemporary and classical works by Dorothy Papadakos, Thomas J. Crawford, Edouard Silas and Julius Reubke.

No tickets are required to enjoy this concert in-person or online.

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