Music at All Hallows
directed by Michael Menne, Organist and Choir Master
Mr. Menne's Biography
|| A new mechanical action organ built by A. David Moore of North Pomfret, Vermont, has recently been installed in
the Brick Church.
This unique instrument generated interest from around the country even before its completion. Its innovative physical layout, dictated by the limitations of the building, and its tonal design, influenced by both historic European styles and Mr. Moore’s experience with 19th Century American organs, have created a 13-stop instrument with an exceptional variety of tonal resources for leading congregational singing, accompanying choral music, and presenting a significant amount of solo organ literature. Click HERE for more information about the pipe organ.
consists of a dozen singers who help lead worship at the 10:00 A.M. service at the Brick
Church each Sunday throughout the year. In addition, they sing at the Chapel for seasonal
services during Holy Week and other times during the year. The choral music is chosen from
throughout the rich heritage of the Anglican Church from the middle ages through to the
Click HERE for the current repertoire list.
are on Wednesday evenings from 7:15-8:45 and
on Sunday morning at 9:30am. Members are expected to attend rehearsals regularly.
During the summer the choir rehearses on Sunday morning only. We are always interested
in welcoming new singers who enjoy learning challenging music.
To join, interested singers should contact choirmaster Mike Menne.
|| The parish has a 3-octave set of Schulmerich
handbells. If you are of middle school age or older and are interested
in becoming a handbell ringer, please contact Mike Menne.