Arts at St. Matthew's
2020-2021 Digital Concert Series:
Bringing you the very best in at-home concert programing via Zoom. The Arts at St. Matthew’s and OpusYou are proud to present a new Digital Concert Series to Home Audiences, at scheduled times throughout the year.
Each approximately 50-minute concert on Zoom has as its core a work by a composer and brings you the world’s greatest artistic talent that includes musicians from Orchestra Europa, the London Symphony Orchestra, and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. See below for Ticket purchasing.
Digital Concert 1:
October 21, 2020 – 8:00 p.m. EDT broadcast
Set Me as a Seal
by Nico Muhly, written for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, and piano. Additional repertoire includes Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 performed by Orchestra Europa.
Digital Concert 2:
February 24, 2021 – 8:00 p.m. EST broadcast
Chichester Psalms, by Leonard Bernstein, scored for chorus, boy soloist, organ, harp and percussion. Additional repertoire includes a performance of Notturno composed by Michael Tilson Thomas and performed by musicians drawn from the Vienna Philharmonic and Orchestra Europa.
Digital Concert 3:
May 12, 2021 – 8:00 p.m. EDT broadcast
Here are some short samples of prior digital rehearsals and performances for your enjoyment.
For more information on the Digital Concert Series, please see our flyer here (Adobe PDF Format, requires Adobe Viewer to view).
Tickets and Patrons
Tickets are $25 per person (each viewer) per Concert. Discounted prices (requested by email to [email protected]) are available for seniors ($10), students ($10), children under 13 (free) as well as for purchasing tickets for three concerts at once (10% discount). All ticket proceeds will be used to fund future programming by The Arts at St. Matthew’s.
You can also become a Patron by making a $250 donation to The Arts at St. Matthew’s below. Patrons will receive one ticket to all three Digital Concerts as well as special access to rehearsal videos on Zoom.
Discounted, group and special ticket requests – please email [email protected].
How it works
- You will receive an Order Confirmation by email. Please keep this handy!
- Each Order Confirmation recipient will be emailed a Zoom link by 6:00 p.m. on the day of each Digital Concert.
- Ticket holders may enter the Zoom room at 7:45 p.m.
- Concerts begin at 8:00 p.m. EST/EDT
Questions: Please email [email protected].
About The Arts at St. Matthew’s
The arts inspire, entertain and uplift communities as true expressions of spirituality.
The Arts at St. Matthew’s is a non-profit organization that sponsors and organizes performances by artists of regional and national importance for community education and enjoyment. These performances contain sacred and secular themes through such forms as music, theater, dance and the visual arts. Above all, The Arts at St. Matthew’s endeavors to make its performances beacons to its home in Wilton as well as surrounding communities and, now, as far as technology and our imaginations can take us. Together, The Arts at St. Matthew’s, its performers, audiences and patrons are building a community dedicated to enjoying the unyielding beauty of the Arts.
During the past seasons, The Arts at St. Matthew’s has presented such artists as Dave Brubeck and Sons, The Brubeck Brothers, Judy Collins, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Chanticleer, Ken Cowan, Jerry Hadley, The Girls Choir of Harlem, The American Boychoir, The Young People's Chorus of New York, The Manhattan Choral Ensemble, The Westminster Chapel Choir, Alec McCowen, Liz Callaway, Maureen McGovern, Stephen Schwartz, Doc Watson, Paul Winter and the Paul Winter Consort, as well as many other established and emerging artists.