In Excelsis Concert Series

Dedicated to bringing high-caliber offerings to St. George’s, the In Excelsis Concert Series provides diverse, unique, and sacred musical listening opportunities to our community.

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2021-22 Concert Series

All concerts and services are offered free of charge, no tickets required. 

A German Requiem 

by Johannes Brahms 

Friday, November 5 at 7:00pm

St. George’s Choir presents Brahms’s A German Requiem to commemorate the lives of our loved ones through readings and music.

A Service of Nine Lessons & Carols

Sunday, December 5 at 6:00pm

We welcome the season of Advent with St. George’s annual liturgical feast of seasonal anthems interposed with readings, featuring St. George’s Choir, Choristers, and St. Dunstan’s Choir.

A Workshop on Buzard Opus 48

Monday, January 24 at 7:00pm

Presented in collaboration with the Nashville chapter of the American Guild of Organists, John-Paul Buzard and Scott Riedel share their expertise of the special acoustic properties of our renovated Nave and our new organ, Buzard Opus 48.

Mozart Birthday Concert

Friday, January 28 at 12:00pm

Roger Wiesmeyer and other Nashville-based musicians come together in this annual tradition to celebrate the birthday of W.A. Mozart through the presentation of music by the gifted composer. 

Music City Baroque and ELEVARE

Sunday, March 20 at 3:00pm

Two local ensembles founded by past and present music directors of St. George’s present masterworks of the Baroque era, highlighting the excellence of musical legacy of the  In Excelsis Concert Series.

Tallis Scholars

Sunday, May 1 at 2:00pm

Hailed by The New York Times as “the rock stars of Renaissance vocal music,” this British ensemble is praised by reviewers worldwide for their supple clarity and tone.

Spem In Alium by Thomas Tallis

Sunday, May 15 at 5:30pm

St. George’s Choir will join forces with the Advent Cathedral Choir of Birmingham, Alabama, to present Thomas Tallis’ masterwork, Spem In Alium, a 40-part Renaissance motet.


Upcoming Dates

Sunday, January 16 at 5:00pm

Wednesdays, February 16, March 16, and May 18 at 9:15pm

Stemming from monastic practice, Compline is the last service of the day before bedtime. From the same root as the word “complete,” Compline in the strict sense marks the beginning of a time of silence—from the end of the service lasting until the morning. This brief and beautiful service is set in a darkened church and sung by a small men’s choir. Remain as long as you wish after the service in this quiet space, departing in silence.


Upcoming Dates

Sundays at 5:00pm: February 13, March 13

Choral Evensong has been sung daily in the Anglican Church since the 16th century throughout the world. At Evensong, choral music and chant illuminates biblical texts to allow a time of stillness, meditation, and prayer.

Questions? Contact Woosug Kang, Director of Music Ministries I 615-385-2150 x 254 or