Artist Series & Concerts

St. John’s Artist Series- 2019-2020 32st Season

Our Artist Series concerts have concluded for the 2018-2019 season.  Watch for information here later this summer for the schedule for our 2019-2020 series!

Our Artist Series features special long-form musical presentations, generally on a Sunday afternoon at 4:00 pm every few months during the October to May time period.  This includes special vocal or instrumental performances by guest musicians or featuring our own choir and organist.  We occasionally feature concerts outside the Artist Series schedule by groups such as touring college choirs.  Watch here as the schedules are released.

PATRONS OF ST. JOHN’S ARTIST SERIES 2018-2019

Benefactor  Lorene Ahrens, Lynne Bartholomew, Sandy & Scott Brown, Den & Ruth Ellman, Suzanne & Don Franks, A Friend, David Furniss, Ken & Bonnie Hales, Leroy & Linda Horst, Phil & Wendy Hunt, Steve & Sally Jarinko, Anne & Eric Kinsey, Bill & Judy Leslie, Mark & Karen Methlie, Dan & Lillian Panachyda

Sponsor  Sue & Bob Bertolette, Thelma Brunner, Dennis & Betty Canfield, Marie B. Carota, Jean & Bob Fehnel, Steven & Debby Hendricks, Cliff Kneipp, Rick & Wendy O’Connor, Judy Reitz, Sandy & Bob Taylor, Scott & Liz Vanderburg

Donor  Harry & Sylvia Bingham, Marie Boulton, Don & Nicole Groff

Friend  Joe Feher, Doris Latta, Mary Lou Lutter, Ruth Moyer, Mary Lynn Snyder

Please consider becoming a Patron of St. John’s Artist SeriesContact David Furniss, Minister of Music for details.  You are invited to add your support to this season of celebration by becoming a Patron at any time:  Benefactor  ($200+) Sponsor  ($100-199)  Donor  ($50-99)  Friend  ($25-49).

About St. John’s Schultz Memorial Organ, Refurbished & Rededicated in 2017  

One of the great recent concerts in our Artist Series was the dedication concert that featured the exciting new sounds of St. John’s pipe organ held Nov. 5, 2017.  Nathan Laube, Asst. Professor of Organ at the Eastman School of Music, was the concert organist for the dedication of the Schultz Memorial Organ.  Also attending were guests from the Reuter Organ Company, who renovated the organ, and members of the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.   Click to read article about the organ in The Reporter 10-27-2017   

PBS station KTCU in Topeka, KS. produced a documentary segment about the Reuter Organ Co. & the restoration of the St. John’s organ.  This segment begins at 10:45 into the video. Click here for KTWU PBS Documentary Sunflower Journeys