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Category Archives: Cathedral Church of St. Luke
Here is a wonderful slideshow tribute to Claire Hodge, retiring director of the Orlando Deanery Girls Choir. The presentation recaps her nearly 16 years as director of the choir.
At tonight’s Homecoming Evensong, Canon Musician Ben Lane read a proclamation from Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer proclaiming today — June 1, 2014 — as Claire J. Hodge Day in the City of Orlando, to honor her nearly 16 years of … Continue reading
The Orlando Deanery Boychoir and Girls Choir will be the guest choir at the Cathedral Church of St. Luke this Sunday, May 18, for the 10:15 a.m. celebration of the Holy Eucharist. We hope you can join us!
During its Carnegie Hall & New York City Tour preview concert held on May 4 in Orlando, the Orlando Deanery Choirs sang two songs that will be featured in the upcoming American Music Performance Nationals for Children’s & Youth Choirs … Continue reading
Here are some photo highlights of the preview concert we hosted on May 4 in advance of our New York City Tour and performance at Carnegie Hall in June as part of the inaugural American Music Performance Nationals for Children’s … Continue reading
Please join us on Sunday, May 4 at 3 p.m. at the Cathedral Church of St. Luke for a free preview concert of our upcoming New York City tour and Carnegie Hall performance, featuring the Orlando Deanery Girls Choir and … Continue reading
Here are two songs performed at the Feb. 2, 2014 “Ramy Adly and Friends” concert, hosted by the Cathedral Church of St. Luke in Orlando, Fla. The first song is Trisagion (Greek: Τρισάγιον “Thrice Holy”) from the 4th century Egyptian … Continue reading
On Oct. 20, the Cathedral Church of St. Luke in Orlando, Fla. hosted a Cathedral Cabaret as part of its annual patronal festival. The concert featured the combined voices of the Orlando Deanery Boychoir, Orlando Deanery Girls Choir, Cathedral Choristers, and … Continue reading