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St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Delray Beach is celebrating its 30th season! We are proud to support local musicians of the highest caliber, as well as nationally and internationally established soloists and ensembles.
The intimate space and acoustics at historic St. Paul's Church on Swinton Ave. make it an optimal venue for chamber music. There is ample parking and accommodations for the handicapped. Please see our concert series line up at http://www.music.stpaulsdelray.org

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Music at St. Paul’s presents La Mer Trio and The Peña-Akromova Duo

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On Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 3pm, Music at St. Paul’s continues its 31st season in a concert featuring finalists from the Lynn University Conservatory of Music 2018 Chamber Music Competition. The program begins with La Mer Trio playing Antonín Dvořák celebrated “Dumky” Trio. Made up of violinist David Brill, ‘cellist Sonya Nanos, and pianist Jiawai Yuan, the ensemble was coached by Dr. John Robertson, Dean of the Conservatory. Concluding the program are two pieces for piano four-hands: Debussy’s Petite Suite and Schubert’s Lebensstürme. Featuring pianists Jannina Eliana. G. Peña and Robiyakhon Akromova, The Peña-Akromova Duo was coached by Dr. Roberta Rust, Professor of Piano. At 2:30pm, Dr. Paul Cienniwa will give a pre-concert lecture. Tickets are $20 general admission (18 and under are FREE) and are only available at the door on the day of the concert. For more information on this event and Music at St. Paul’s 31st Season, visit music.stpaulsdelray.org. St. Paul’s is handicapped accessible.

Russian baritone Anton Belov with pianist Milana Strezeva

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On Sunday, February 10, 2019 at 3pm, Music at St. Paul’s continues its 31st season with a concert titled, “A Poet’s Love and Songs of the Night.” Featuring Russian baritone Anton Belov with Moldovan pianist Milana Strezeva, the program begins with Robert Schumann’s epic song cycle Dichterliebe, Op. 48, followed by a series of songs on nocturnal themes by composers Samuel Barber, Mily Balakirev, Anton Rubenstein, Alexander Glazunov, and Nikolai Medtner. At 2:30pm, Dr. Paul Cienniwa will give a pre-concert lecture. The concert will be taking place during the South Florida debut of the internationally acclaimed Icons in Transformation exhibit by abstract expressionist Ludmila Pawlowska. Her works will be on display throughout St. Paul’s campus from January 28 to April 7 and will available for viewing before and after the February 10 concert. Tickets for the concert are $20 (18 and under are FREE) and are only available at the door on the day of the concert. For more information on this event and Music at St. Paul’s 31st Season, visit music.stpaulsdelray.org. St. Paul’s is handicapped accessible.

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Music at St. Paul’s presents Bach’s Goldberg Variations

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