Music

Choirour schola

The Schola of St. Paul's Cathedral is made up of young professional singers as well as students from Boston's conservatories and universities. They meet to rehearse on Sundays before the 10 a.m. service, providing music for that and special Cathedral and diocesan services September through June. Sometimes joined by guest musicians, the choir leads the congregation in hymns and service music in addition to singing anthems, which range in era and style from medieval chant to Gospel arrangements accompanied on our 1880s Steinway piano. 

Louise Mundinger

 

MEET OUR INTERIM MUSIC DIRECTOR: LOUISE MUNDINGER

Louise Mundinger is an organist, conductor and composer living in the Boston area since 1980. As a church musician, recitalist, and teacher she delights in the many and different doings that come with being an organist. Read more...

 

Organ

 

The Organ

The Aeolian-Skinner organ was dismantled during the Cathedral renovations and remains in storage while plans for its disposition are under way. Currently, music is provided by the Andover tracker organ located in the chancel.