Joining God's vision for a new heaven and new earth.
At 9:00, flutist Aaron McGrew and bassist Peter Strening joins us for a Celtic-inspired musical feast including a Bach-inspired work by legendary Celtic rock band Jethro Tull.
At 11:00, two works from contemporary composer Daniel Pinkham's collection "Music for a Quiet Sunday" from the organ this Sunday. First, excerpts from his partita on the Irish tune "Slane," commonly sung with the text "Be Now My Vision." Lastly, the not-so-quiet "Festive March," a re-imagined sortie utilizing the composer's distinct idiosyncratic musical language.
The Chancel Choir offers "Mighty Are Your Works, O God," a Hal Hopson setting of Mozart's K. 337: a celebration of God's creation.
Each week, Director of Music Mark Heiskanen writes a Music Minute previewing the upcoming Sunday's musical offerings and occasionally opines on other music-related topics.
We are blessed by an engaging music program at Plymouth!
Mark Heiskanen has been Plymouth's Director of Music since September 2017. Originally from Northeast Ohio, Mark has experience and great interest in a diverse range of musical styles including jazz, rock, musical theatre, and gospel. He is thrilled to serve a congregation and staff that values diversity and inclusion in all facets of life.