THE MAESA CHORAL EVENSONG

THE MAESA CHORAL EVENSONG

COVID-19 Announcement: Due to the restrictions in place for large community signing and worship, the originally scheduled MAESA Choral Evensong on January 31, 2021 will not take place in Washington National Cathedral. MAESA is working with the National Cathedral and the Cathedral schools to consider alternatives to our traditional choral evensong this program year. In September, MAESA will survey school chaplains and music directors to consider a few options for alternatives such as a virtual session surronding the planning of chapel, the music, and liturgies we use in our Episcopal schools. Questions, please contact us at maesaschools@gmail.com

MAESA Choral Evensong is a truly remarkable opportunity to participate in a beautiful service, which brings nearly hundreds of Upper/High School students from Episcopal schools throughout the Mid-Atlantic region together with the Cathedral Choir for an inspiring worship experience!

Watch the Feb 9, 2020 Evensong Steaming

Sunday, February 9, 2020 at Washington National Cathedral in partnership with St. Albans School and National Cathedral School.This beautiful service allows o…

 

Sunday, February 9, 2020 at Washington National Cathedral in partnership with St. Albans School and National Cathedral School.This beautiful service allows our upper school student choruses to sing with the Cathedral Choir. The combined MAESA Choir comprised of our member schools numbers more than 350 voices at Evensong. MAESA is pleased to welcome The Rev. Mark Andrew Jefferson, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Homiletics at Virginia Theological Seminary as our homilist at the 2020 MAESA Evensong.

Please contact us if you haven’t been a part of this special service in the past, or are looking for more information for your school or choir director.

Schools forming the MAESA Combined Choir for our 2020 Evensong Include:

National Cathedral School & St. Albans School, Washington, DC 

St. Andrew’s School, Middletown, Delaware

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, Potomac, Maryland

St. Catherine’s School, Richmond, Virginia

St. Christopher’s School, Richmond, Virginia

Saint James School, Hagerstown, Maryland

St. Margaret’s School, Tappahannock, Virginia

St. Paul’s School, Brooklandville, Maryland

St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School, Alexandria, Virginia

Stuart Hall School, Staunton, Virginia

For More information or to participate, please email Katherine Murphy, maesaschools@gmail.com