Friday Noontime Recitals Return on YouTube

Mark your calendars for February 11. That’s when Music at St. Andrew’s will launch their Winter-Spring 2022 season of Friday Noontime Recitals. For the time being, the recitals will be pre-recorded for viewing on YouTube. Given the current unknowns about Covid, the first seven recitals will be recorded without a live audience. Once Covid becomes less of a threat. (hopefully by April) in-person recitals will resume. Those recitals will also be recorded for home viewing.

Our good friend and recital regular, Jordan Klapman will kick off our new season on February 11. Jordan and his new jazz band, 4Known will perform a musical tribute to St. Valentine’s Day. The band includes Ron Johnston (bass), John Collin (drums) and Tom Hamilton (vocals/violin). Tom and Jordan performed some memorable duets at our 2021 Christmas Carol event.

Upcoming recitals will feature more top-notch performers, including familiar names such as David Potvin and Tristan Savella.

Make a point each week to check our website: for the YouTube link to the recital recordings.

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A Christmas Carol

On Saturday December 4, 2021, a wonderful group of readers offered the annual performance of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” in support of the “St. Andrew’s Refugee Support (STARS)” Program. The reading was recorded and will be presented in three parts.

Part 1 – Readers: William Webster and Kathleen Kajioka

Part 2 – Readers: Joseph Angelo and Zorana Sadiq

Part 3 – Reader: Rick Phillips

If you haven’t already done so, you can still donate by clicking on the DONATE button at the top of this page and then choosing Refugee Sponsorship from the drop down menu.



The video recordings of our Fall 2021 Friday Noon Recitals can be found HERE

Thank you to our media sponsor.


Since we are still limited in the opportunities to meet in-person at this time, we thought it would be fun to look back at some of our past events.










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