Internationally renowned organist, Erik William Suter will perform a concert at St. George’s Episcopal Church on Sunday, November 21, at 2:30 pm. The concert is part of St. George’s 300th Anniversary celebrations and will include works by Dupré, Duruflé, Mozart, Bach, and more.
Erik Wm. Suter, a native of Chicago, is a musician of international acclaim. For nearly 10 years, he served as Organist at Washington National Cathedral in Washington, DC. He holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and Yale University, where he studied with Haskell Thomson and Thomas Murray, respectively. Previously, he held positions at Trinity Church, Copley Square, and at the Parish of All Saints, both in Boston; and at Trinity Church-on-the-Green in New Haven, Connecticut.
Located at 905 Princess Anne Street in historic downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia, St. George’s Episcopal Church offers a wide range of concerts throughout the year featuring local and out of town musicians. The nave’s lush acoustics provide the perfect backdrop for “beautiful music in a beautiful space”.
The concert is free with donations accepted at the door. Masks are required for all visitors – vaccinated or unvaccinated – over the age of 2. Seating will be staggered to allow for social distancing. For more information, contact (540) 373-4133 or email@example.com. To learn more about St. George’s concert series, visit www.stgeorgesepiscopal.net/music/concerts.
You are welcome at St. George’s, an historic Episcopal Church in downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia. No matter who you are, whom you love, or where you’ve been, there’s a place for you here. St. George’s offers services with diverse music and styles of worship based in sacred story and traditions. We have hearts for service and advocate for justice and peace in our local and global communities. We work to help the entire family of God thrive by giving of our time, talent, and treasure. We invite you to join us or to come for a visit. For more information, visit StGeorgesEpiscopal.net.