Caritas Concerts Schedule
May 15 @ 3:00 pm: organist Adam Pajan. Adam Pajan serves on the organ faculty at the University of Oklahoma where he teaches applied organ, church  music, and organ technology. He is in his fourth season as Artist in Residence at Saint John’s Episcopal Church in Tulsa where he serves as organist and choirmaster for weekly Choral Evensong services. He has been a prize winner in multiple prestigious organ competitions, including the Firmin Swinnen Prize (second place) at the Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition, and first place awards at the Albert Schweitzer, Poister, Mader, and West Chester University organ competitions. His performing career has taken him across the
United States and to five tours of Germany, as well as tours to England and Switzerland. He has performed at conventions of the American Institute of Organbuilders, Organ Historical Society, American Liszt Society, and the American Guild of Organists.
Previous concerts in this season:
January 30 @ 3:00 pm: The inaugural concert of this new series of concerts. The concert is a memorial and a celebration of the life of Arthur “Art” Winden, offered in admiration and love by friends, students, and colleagues of Art and Mary Ann Winden. Art is remembered not only as a fine musician, but also as a kind, generous, and loving human being. We give thanks for all the efforts made by the many, coming far and near to be part of this day.

February 26 @ 8:00 pm and February 27 @ 3:00 pm: San Antonio Chamber Choir and University of the Incarnate Word Cardinal Singers will present THRESHOLD,  features two stunning and unique works.  Philadelphia award winning composer Andrea Clearfield has written tse go la (at the threshold of this life).  This Tibetan Cantata is inspired by the composer's treks to the restricted and remote


Himalayan region of Lo Monthang, Nepal to study and document indigenous Tibetan music. The work incorporates 5 songs from the gar-glu (court) and tro-glu (common) traditions. Andrew Lloyd, San Antonio composer and organist has written a breathtaking multi-movement work, CHRISTUS, as a Lenten offering.   Both composers will be present for these premieres to the San Antonio community.

While this concert is free and open to the public, the SACC asks that you RSVP with the following link:

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Friday, April 15 (Good Friday) beginning @ 3:00 pm: 14 organists from the San Antonio area will present Marcel Dupré's "Stations of the Cross." Dupré's setting is based on poetry by Paul Claudel. The organ setting of each station will be coupled by a reading of the corresponding poem, with time for quiet reflection after each.