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Our ensembles for children, youth and adults share the common vision to be a loving community of God that passionately and creatively pursues excellence in music and worship. We are blessed to have so many people with diverse musical backgrounds, united to create inspiring music to God’s glory. Music on Sunday mornings and at special worship services, concerts, and other programs throughout the year are open to all. People of all abilities and ages are welcome to participate in our musical groups, or help the ministry behind the scenes and in other ways. Click the Ensembles link below for more information.

Connect with us on Facebook. For more information, contact Sue Bayne at 704-295-4831 or sbayne@mpumc.org.

Midday Music - Iterations of Love

February 1, 12 p.m., Sanctuary: Join us for a vocal concert presented by Evan Wesley Currie, Associate Director of Music and Organist, Amanda Williams and Whitney Vance, sopranos, and Kevin Proffit, tenor.

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Christmas Concert

In case you missed the Christmas Concert, click here to watch the recording.

Children's and Youth Ensembles

For more information about Children’s and Youth Choirs and Handbell Ensembles, email Brian Childers, Director of Music for Children, Youth and Handbells, at bchilders@mpumc.org. Click the links below to register for Children’s and Youth ensembles.

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Tinkerbells – Handbells for K-2nd Graders
Rehearsal – Wednesdays at 5 p.m.

Junior Bells – Handbells for 3rd-5th Graders
Rehearsal – Sundays at 3 p.m.

Youth Bells – Handbells for 6th-12th Graders
Rehearsal – Sundays at 4 p.m.

Alleluia Choir – Choir for K-1st Graders
Rehearsal – Wednesdays at 5:45 p.m.

Junior Choir – Choir for 2nd-5th Graders
Rehearsal – Wednesdays at 5:45 p.m.

Youth Choir – Choir for 6th-12th Graders

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Adult Ensembles

Our adult ensembles share the common vision to be a loving community of God that passionately and creatively pursues excellence in music and worship. We are blessed to have so many people with diverse musical backgrounds, united to create inspiring music to God’s glory. Read below for more information. Email Sue Bayne at sbayne@mpumc.org if you have any questions.

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Phantom of the Organ

If you were unable to attend this year’s live performance of Phantom of the Organ, click here to watch!

Midday Music - Program of Piano Music

In case you missed it, click here to view the October 5 Midday Music. Evan Wesley Currie, Associate Director of Music and Organist, and pianist Eric Hauck presented a fabulous program of piano music. 

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AGO Summer Recital Series Closing Concert

In case you missed it, click here to watch the AGO Summer Recital Series Closing Concert. Evan Wesley Currie performed on organ with Dr. Hugh Ferguson Floyd conducting. The concert featured da Capo Brass and String Orchestra.

Midsummer Night's Serenade 2022

August 3 – Hymn Sing
July 6An Evening of Patriotic MusicView the program.
June 1An Evening of Jazz

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Midday Music - Star Wars Through the Ages

In case you missed it, click here to view the May 25 Midday Music, a program of fabulous movie music  celebrating the 45th anniversary of Star Wars! Evan Wesley Currie, Associate Director of Music and Organist, welcomes a brass ensemble, featuring Brian Winegardner on trumpet. Brian has arranged this music for trumpet, trombone, organ, piano, and percussion.  Click here to read the program.

Midday Music - String Meditations for Lent

In case you missed it, click here to view the April 6 Midday Music.  Evan Wesley Currie, Associate Director of Music and Organist, invites you to come meditate on familiar hymn tunes arranged for violin, cello, piano, and organ. He is joined by Anna Boyle Zellers, violin, Marlene Ballena, cello, and Sue Bayne, piano. Join us live in the sanctuary, or  to watch online. Click here to view the program.

 

 

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Midday Music - Celebrating Women in Music

In case you missed it, click here to view the March 16 Midday Music program.  Dr. Jennifer Hough, our Church in the Round Music Director, hosted this wonderful program featuring women composers. Click here to view the program order.  

Midday Music - A Lenten Journey with Hymns

In case you missed it, click here to view the March 2 Midday Music program “A Lenten Journey with Hymns” featuring a musical offering of hymn arrangements and discussion with Director of Music Dr. Hugh Floyd. Click here to view the program order. 

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Midday Music - "Together, We Shall Overcome"

In case you missed it, click here to view the February 16 Midday Music program “Together, We Shall Overcome” featuring Evan Wesley Currie and mezzo sopranos Jennifer Wiggins and Lauren Russell. Click here to view the program order. Midday Music We Shall Overcome 021622

Midday Music - Christine Anderson

In case you missed it, click here to watch world-renowned handbell soloist Christine D. Anderson’s performance during Midday Music on February 2.  Click here to view the program –  Midday Music Christine Anderson 020322

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Music Endowment Fund

Established in memory of the first full-time music director at Myers Park United Methodist Church, the Walter Herbert Ball Endowment Fund for Music provides funding for music programs of the church for which he labored so long and so faithfully. The Fund has been used to underwrite concerts and educational workshops with international clinicians and artists for our choirs and community. It has also provided funding for the commission of new sacred music, supported portions of the church’s Music at Myers Park Series, and subsidized the Chancel Choir’s tours to England, Austria, the Czech Republic, and New York City. All contributions remain as principal, with only the interest from contributions being spent.