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Next Choral Evensong

Sunday - April 10, 2016
5:00 PM
St. James Episcopal Church
New London, CT

Introit: Healey Willan
Rise up my Love, my Fair One”
Preces: Thomas Tomkins
Psalm 150
C.V. Stanford
Canticles: Peter Aston in F
Anthem:
Scott Perkins
"Praise the Lord" *
We are delighted to dedicate this service to the woman responsible for our existence:  Marianna Wilcox, the Founding Director of The Anglican Singers.  As a direct result of Marianna’s deep love of the Anglican musical tradition and her unflagging work on behalf of the Singers, we have been privileged to bring the music of this wonderful service to congregations both local and international for over two decades.
*The Anglican Singers
20th Anniversary Commission
See Below

The 2015-2016 Season

Our 20th year as
Artists-in-Residence at
St. james Episcopal Church

To mark our 20th anniversary, we have commissioned a new anthem by international prize-winning composer Scott Perkins. Scott is a native of Connecticut, and is presently on the music faculty at DePauw University in Indiana. The Anglican Singers will offer this celebratory work at Evensong on April 10th, 2016.  


Anglican Singers
2017 Choral Residency

The Anglican Singers are pleased to announce their selection for choral residency
at both
Truro Cathedral, Cornwall and Exeter Cathedral, Devon, England
from July 28 through August 6, 2017.

The Calvary Episcopal Church Choristers, Stonington, CT

Dear Anglican Singers,
Thank you so much for inviting us to sing at your church. It was such an amazing experience for us. You were very kind and we thank you.
From,
The Calvary Trebel Choristers

Since 1986 Artists-in-Residence at historic
St. James Episcopal Church, New London, CT