Sound & Spirit – Celebrating the Arts at Northminster

2023-24 Season Begins October 27th!

Come and experience the magic of Mozart, an infectious Celtic jig, the sound of a lonesome fiddle, or a mesmerizing saxophone break. For centuries, the church has been a center for music and other arts, expressing the inexpressible and transcending the earthbound. Sound & Spirit is dedicated to continuing this tradition.  

We thank all those generous souls who have supported Sound & Spirit over the years. Each gift is vitally important. If you would like to donate to this arts outreach, you may do so online below. 

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Upcoming Performances

Friday, October 27th | 7:00 pm | The Jeremiahs (Celtic)

One of the freshest bands in Irish traditional music!

Sunday, November 19th | 4:00 pm | Palermo Presents (Classical)

Philip Palermo (violin), Gary Stuck, (cello), and Matthew Hagle (piano) selections include Clara Schumann’s Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 17 and Beethoven’s Piano Trio in B flat major, Op. 97 (“Archduke”).

Sunday, February 18th | 4:00 pm | Rob Dixon Trio (Jazz)

Jazz saxophonist and artistic director of the Indy Jazz Fest, Rob Dixon, and his band play their unique brand of arrangements and new compositions.

Sunday, March 17th | 4:00 pm | Northminster Chancel Choir (Classical)

Northminster Chancel Choir, soloists, and orchestra perform Mozart’s profound and emotional work, Requiem in D minor, which still speaks to humanity 230 years later.

Friday, April 29th | 7:00 pm | Carolyn Craig, Organ (Classical)

American award-winning organist plays repertoire fit for Kings and Queens, with an emphasis on England from the Tudor era to the present day.

Friday, May 10th | 7:00 pm | Blue Highway (Bluegrass)

Celebrating 30 years of touring. Winners of 32 IBMA awards and 3 Grammy nominations.

*Schedule subject to change