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Transfigured Nights continues in the Anglican tradition of enriching the lives of the people of God through art and music, whether in the liturgical rites of the church, in concerts, or other programs. Striving to create and host unique offerings of quality featuring the finest sacred and secular music, we utilize the talents of parish musicians and local artists, as well as present concerts by national and international performers. The series offers musical experiences to Transfiguration parishioners and serves as an outreach to those in the broader community.

Upcoming Concerts

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Welcome to the Twentieth Season of Transfigured Nights! This year’s offerings are planned around several endeavors of the Transfiguration Choir during the coming months, particularly its pilgrimage to Scotland, where it will be in residence at St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh, from July 1-7, 2024. This beautiful church is pictured on the cover of this brochure. During this week, the choir will sing Evensong every afternoon as well as the Eucharist on Sunday morning. We have scheduled three Evensongs as part of Transfigured Nights this season to offer a preview of some of the music, which we will sing that week. As has been our custom in recent years, the services we present – Evensongs, All Souls’ Requiem, and Advent Lessons & Carols – will be available through live-stream as well as in person. Our second project is to record choral mass settings and recent anthems by Joel Martinson commissioned by members of Transfiguration and elsewhere. Several of these works have also been programmed throughout the season. We look forward to presenting three solo recitals by distinguished artists this year. Damin Spritzer and James O’Donnell will play our incredible Jerry D. Godwin Organ. Eldred Marshall will be featured on our Petrof piano in the nave, refurbished and revoiced during the Covidtide hiatus. Please read the extensive biographies of these musicians, which appear under their concert listings. Peruse the information about the programs and performers in our Art Music Monday chamber series. Along with attending the services and concerts, we invite you to join us in two benefits to help underwrite the costs of the choir’s pilgrimage to Scotland – Hillcrest Live! and Tea & Tallis. Members of the Transfiguration Choir will provide glorious entertainment for your ears and eyes and delightful treats for your senses. Please watch weekly notices and emails about securing tickets for these events. Once again, we look forward to sharing our many gifts and talents with the Transfiguration and wider community as we traverse from Hillcrest to the Highlands!


Sept.11, Sunday, 7:30pm – Art Music Monday – Performance Hall

Sept. 17, Thursday, 7:00pm – Solemn Evensong for Holy Cross Day – Church

Sept. 30, Monday, 7:00pm Benefit – Hillcrest Live! – Roper Hall
Tickets Required

Oct.15, Sunday, 7:00pm – Concert – Damin Spritzer, organist – Church

Nov. 2, Thursday, 7:00pm – Solemn Requiem for All Souls’ Day – Church

Nov. 13, Monday, 7:30pm – Art Music Monday – Performance Hall

Dec. 3, Sunday, 5:00pm – Advent Lessons & Carols – Church
Reception follows in Gathering Space


Jan. 21, Sunday, 7:00pm – Concert – James O’Donnell, organist – Church

Feb. 4, Sunday, 5:00pm – Solemn Evensong for Candlemas – Church

Feb. 25, Sunday, 7:00pm – Concert – Eldred Marshall, pianist – Church

Mar. 11, Monday, 7:30 pm – Art Music Monday – Performance Hall

May 5, Sunday, 5:00pm – Benefit – Teas & Tallis Roper Hall
Tickets Required

May 13, Monday, 7:30pm – Art Music Monday – Performance Hall

Jun. 9, Sunday, 5:00pm – Solemn Evensong for St. Columba of Iona
Off site due to Church Renovation

2023-24 Season Brochure


Photo by John Makowski

Now in its 13th season, Transfigured Nights’ chamber music series – Art Music – under the direction of Gayane Manasjan Fullford, has brought its audience some of classical music’s most beloved works and introduced listeners to newer and less well-known pieces. Each composition is performed in its entirety by some of the finest musicians in the region. Presented in the intimate environment of Transfi guration’s Performance Hall, Art Music programs are free and include coff ee and light desserts. All performances are on Monday evenings and begin at 7:30pm. Since these concerts have become exceedingly popular, and seating is limited, it is recommended to arrive by 7:15pm.