Music is one of the many ways we worship together.
Join us in making a joyful noise!
Upcoming Featured Opportunities
Come check out our amazing 100 voice choir. Food, fellowship and singing. For more details please contact.
Anyone who plays an instrument (for at least 2 years) is welcome. Please contact if interested.
Sunday, October 30, 2022 • 2pm
World renowned Ken Medema. Blind pianist, composer and singer in concert. Free and open to the public.
Saturday, November 19, 2022 • 3pm
Sunday, November 20, 2022 • 3pm
Community Choir- Senior 5280 Chorale. A concert of fun, upbeat and inspiring choral music. Under the direction of Brian Leatherman who also conducts the Cherry Creek Chorale. Free and open to the public.
Wednesdays • 12:10pm • November 30, December 7, 14, and 21.
The 25-minute recitals are designed for a mid-week soul refresher. After the recitals, a light soup lunch is served for a donation. (Suggested $5.) Recitals are available in person and live stream.
November 30 – “The Regional Governor’s Travels” Drama presentation Harpsichord and Recorder
December 7- Art Song of Colorado
December 14- St. Andrew Sisters Vocal Ensemble
December 21– Wil Smith-Organist
Friday, December 9 • 7:30pm
Saturday, December 10 • 2pm
St. Andrew Annual Christmas Concert. Choir, orchestra and a dramatic twist on the “Twelve Days of Christmas.” Free and open to the public.
Saturday, December 17 • 4pm
George Fredrick Handel’s Complete work “Messiah”
Sunday, December 18 • 3pm
Experience St. Martins Chamber Choir!
Tickets available at the door or here
Tuesday, December 20 • Evening
St. Andrew’s A Canto Deo Christmas Concert. Featuring a full choir and orchestra.
Wednesdays • 12:10pm • March 1-29
The 25 minute recitals are designed for a mid-week soul refresher. After the Recitals, light lunch is served for a suggested $5 donation.
March 1- Justin Bullis
March 8- Larry Scalfari and Friends
March 15- Hillary Schefter-Harp
March 22– Joe Galema-Organist
March 29- St. Andrew Sisters Vocal Ensemble
Saturday, March 11 • 7pm
This recital will feature works from several female composers whose work is less often performed than some of their male counterparts. The goal of the program is to highlight the female experience in early America, specifically that of the women who lived and died in the infamous Wild West. The program will highlight the lives of two of the West’s most notorious outlaws, Belle Starr and Calamity Jane. Their stories unfold through the music of female American composers who seek to set the words and music of these women in art songs, Cherise Leiter and Libby Larson.
Tickets at the door or reserved here
Saturday, April 22 • 7:30pm
Experience St. Marins Chamber choir concert!
Tickets at the door or reserved here
Saturday, April 29 • 3pm
Sunday, April 30 • 3pm
5280 Senior Chorale Concert under the direction of Brian Leatherman. Free and open to the public.
Ongoing Musical Groups
All musical groups at St. Andrew are looking for new members.
We offer handbells, orchestra, band, youth, children and adult choirs. If you are interested in the great programing and unique ways we create music please email us!
*All St. Andrew choir and musical groups are open to all gender identities. Participants need to be able to sing in the range of music chosen for the ensembles.
Save the Date
November 5, 2023
Heather Sorenson’s Requiem with St. Andrew’s Choir and Orchestra. 8 movements in English and Latin. A Colorado Premiere.
November 25, 2023
The St. Andrew Choir with other choirs will join to do the World Premiere of the Sorenson Requiem at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Adult Choir will travel to Scotland and England on a choir tour.