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Voice of the Cello

January 25, 2019
7:30 p.m.

Sacramento Baroque Soloists’ cellists Michael Lawson and John Lutterman perform a selection of Baroque Cello Sonatas, accompanied by a continuo section of harpsichord, organ, and guitar.

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Mendelssohn Mania!

February 10, 2019
2 p.m.

A concert of organ, piano and vocal music by Felix Mendelssohn. This is a FUND RAISER for the Music Fund at St. Paul’s, featuring Organist Marian Metson, Organist and Pianist Nancy Metzger, Soprano Aerial Wernecke, Mezzo Soprano Valerie Loera, and Mezzo Soprano Paige Kelly.

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Viva Vivaldi!

March 22, 2019
7:30 p.m.

Sacramento Baroque Soloists return to perform a vibrant new set of Concertos featuring our Soloists on flute, oboe, bassoon, cello, and violins. 

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St. Paul’s Reflections

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God put a rainbow in the sky

God [said], “This is the sign of the covenant I am making between me and you and everything living around you and everyone living after you. I’m putting my rainbow in the clouds, a sign of the covenant between me and the Earth. From now on, when I form a cloud over the Earth and […]

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Oppositional Defiant

Several years ago I worked as a Case Manager for an agency here in Sacramento that serviced the needs of troubled adolescents.  Their admission packets often came with some diagnosis and that information became useful in developing a treatment plan used in helping to stabilize the child’s life.  More often than not, the term used […]

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Love – It’s not so hard…

Writing blog posts is new to me.  I try to do them early in the morning when I first wake and the day is still fairly quiet.  I’ve been looking through old picture files on my computer for inspiration.  As I flick through the images I find my heart “strangely warmed”, as John Wesley would […]