St. Mark’s is proud to sponsor the ongoing music series, Vespers at St. Mark’s. 

The Queen City Ringers, conducted by Laura Blauch, gave a Christmas concert titled, “All is Calm, All is Bright”, that was attended by over 100 people on December 11, 2022. The evening’s program was made up of many favorite seasonal songs, carols and medleys. We are truly blessed to have the Queen City Ringers call St. Mark’s “home”!






“The Adventure Begins” Queen City Ringers Handbell Concert, conducted by Laura Blauch, was presented at St. Mark’s on April 26, 2022. Pictured is a small ensemble with Les Ackerman on keyboard, part of the concert.







St. Mark’s welcomed the Rhodora Trio: Amy Whitehead Orsinger, Samuel Sparrow and Hollis Ulaky on November 20, 2022. All who attended enjoyed a wonderful woodwind recital. We are grateful to our musical friends and partnerships that help expand a circle of musical friendship around our church!








St. Mark’s has a new musical partnership with Carolina Pro Musica, a ensemble specializing in early music. Their 45th season began with a concert at St. Mark’s on October 21st, and a program featuring works by Bach and Telemann, performed on harpsichord and period instruments.






On October 9, 2022, Gabriel Slesinger, and Director of Music Ministry, Lester Ackerman, offered an outstanding program that included works from Baroque, Modern, and Big Band eras. All who attended enjoyed this marvelous program. 









On September 25, 2022, St. Mark’s hosted the Charlotte Brass Quintet with a program, “Bach to Big Band.” Approximately 90 persons attended the event.