The Chapel of the Incarnate Word

4503 Broadway

San Antonio, Texas  78209

210-828-2224, ext. 294

www.ccvichapel.org

© 2019 The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word.  All rights reserved.

Concerts

The 2019-2020 Concert Series

 

The Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word celebrates in 2019 the 150th Anniversary of its foundation in 1869. This year's concert series continues our year-long celebration with exceptional ensembles performing in the extraordinary space of the Chapel of the Incarnate Word.

 

Organ Recital Series and Choir Concert Series

 

In addition to the Concert Series, the Chapel will also offer an Organ Recital Series and a Choir Concert Series. Read more about these and other concerts taking place in the Chapel of the Incarnate Word.

Chanticleer - Sunday, November 3 @ 3:00 pm

Chapel of the Incarnate Word

The Chapel of the Incarnate Word is thrilled to welcome Chanticleer, the multiple Grammy Award-winning all-male vocal ensemble comprised of 12 singers, and founded in 1978 by Incarnate Word College graduate, Louis Botto. This concert features a variety of sacred works exploring the "Faith of Our Fathers" - music from our deepest roots to our own time and traditions.

Cherish the Ladies - Tuesday, March 10 @ 7:00 pm

Concert Hall at the University of the Incarnate Word

We are pleased to have Cherish the Ladies with us in San Antonio to help us "close out" our year-long celebration of the 150 years since the founding of our Congregation. Since 1869, almost 1,000 women left Ireland to join the mission in Texas. This concert pays homage to these brave young pioneers who helped grow our Congregation and have served in our ministries of health care, education, and pastoral services.

SOLI Chamber Ensemble - May 3, 2020 @ 3:00 pm

Chapel of the Incarnate Word

SOLI brings to the Chapel of the Incarnate Word, French composer Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time for you. Messiaen was a devout Catholic who was captured in 1940 while serving in the French army and imprisoned at Gorlitz during WW II. Unbelievably, while there he met a clarinetist, a violinist, and a cellist who were also prisoners and he composed this powerful work (he himself was the pianist). The work is based on the Book of Revelations and was actually first performed in Stalag VIII-A where the men were being held.
 

Agarita Chamber Players - June 13, 2020 @ 7:00 pm

Chapel of the Incarnate Word

Agarita Chamber Players returns to the Chapel of the Incarnate Word, bringing with them friends from the local area, performing a concert of varied classical selections. Last year's concert said, "yes, this space was meant for chamber music!" Experience Agarita's sublime ensemble playing in a truly extraordinary space.