St. John’s, Worthington, invites you to hear chamber choir Voces Solis on Sunday, September 30 at 4:30 p.m.

Voces Solis is Western Pennsylvania’s premier chamber choir, performing a diverse repertoire of challenging and innovative choral works. Voces Solis also collaborates with other arts organizations to bring the highest quality choral chamber music to the Pittsburgh area. Recent collaborators have included the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, The Chieftains, and the Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh.

The Passing of the Year, Jonathan Dove’s masterwork for double choir, anchors this program of music for choir, piano, organ, and flute. In this seven-movement choral cycle, Dove utilizes the full expressive capability of the piano and human voice to interpret fascinating and evocative poetry by William Blake, Emily Dickinson, George Peele, Thomas Nashe, and Alfred Lord Tennyson. Also featuring works by David Lang, Eric Whitacre, John Rutter, and James MacMillan, Voces Solis presents an eclectic concert that you won’t want to miss! Please note that this concert is later in the afternoon than our music series events usually are.

The Hospitality and Fellowship Committee will host a reception in the Atrium following the concert. We invite you to enjoy excellent music in a beautiful and historic space. There is no charge for admission to the concert; a freewill offering will be taken to support the Music Series.

St. John’s is located at 700 High Street in Worthington, on the southeast corner of the Olde Worthington Village Green (High Street at SR 161). Visit for more information.