St. Anne’s Concert Series

Need to decompress after work?
Want to skip rush hour for one day?
Need a
great way to start your evening?
Try the St. Anne’s Concert Series in Church Circle!
St. Anne’s Church in Church Circle is the centerpiece of downtown Annapolis.   The church is known for its exemplary music program and this free concert series is a big part of it.  Through this series, we bring to Annapolis the best musicians in the region. The church itself boasts the finest acoustics in the area as well as one of the finest pipe organs. So, if you like music – music of all kinds – join us!
All Thursday Concerts begin at 6:15 p.m. at St. Anne’s Church
(Church Circle, Annapolis)

No tickets required for these special nights! Come as you are, pay as you can.

Join us this fall for:
Sept 24    Bach +
Oct 1        Ronn McFarlane
Oct 8        Saturday Morning Brass Project
Oct 15      Beau Soir Ensemble
Oct 22      Bach +
Oct 29      Phantom of the Opera- Silent Film
Nov 5       Atlantic Reed Consort
Nov 12     Naval Academy Band Wind Quintet
Nov 19     Bach +
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Now in its 14th year, the St. Anne’s Concert Series is proud to present so much music in Church Circle.  The series is the result of a commitment to enriching community life in Annapolis by presenting the finest in live music shared by co-presenters, Live Arts Maryland (home of The Annapolis Chorale) and St. Anne’s Church.  Members of the National Symphony Orchestra and its Concertmaster, Nurit bar Joseph, the United States Naval Academy ensembles, the American Guild of Organists, the con brio! ensemble, the Washington Symphonic Brass, organist Larry Molinaro and many groups of local area musicians have all been part of this series.  The Annapolis Chorale and Annapolis Chamber Orchestra are also regular performers at St. Anne’s.  The lineup gets better every season.
Want more info on the series?  Call 410-263-1906 or email us!

St. Anne’s Episcopal Church has been serving the Annapolis community since the 1600s.  Today, with the Rev. Amy Richter as its rector, St. Anne’s Church- the Church in the Circle – is a spiritual as well as a geographic landmark for both Annapolitans and visitors alike.  This Christ-centered parish ministers to the community through a variety of outreach initiatives, including its strong music program.