We look forward to resuming this varied program of offerings when it is safe to gather in person again.

St. Luke’s occasionally presents concerts, recitals and other arts events. Some are liturgical in nature, such as Choral Evensong. Most events involve musical artists from outside the St. Luke’s community, giving new performers and new audiences a chance to experience our enhanced acoustical space featuring a 34-rank, 3-manual Moller pipe organ. 

Pictured is one of our events, a folk concert by Elizabeth LaPrelle and the Family Band. We want to share our improved facility as a venue for other arts events. If you know an individual or organization who would like to present an artistic event (non-performing arts as well as performing arts), please see the Arts Documents.

2019-2020 Season Schedule

  • An Afternoon with Pianist Stanton Lanier, November 3, 2019,  3:00-5:00pm.  An All Saint’s Day observance program included music in remembrance of those who have died and whose influence reverberates through us and others. Mr. Lanier’s music has been heard on Spotify, Apple Music/iTunes, Pandora, YouTube, Sirius-XM Spa, Music Choice, Soundscapes and more. His non-profit organization, Music to Light the World, regularly donates CDs to cancer patients and those in need of spiritual refreshment. To donate or to learn more, visit www.stantonlanier.com.
  • Pedals, Pipes, and Pizza. February 1, 2020, 10:00am to 1:00pm. The Durham/Chapel Hill chapter of the American Guild of Organists hosted regional piano students and interested youth of all ages for an opportunity to learn about the pipe organ, its operation, and construction. Students who brought music had a chance to play, and stay for a pizza lunch. This was a free program. Parents and teachers were welcome as well.
  • Early Music Evensong, with Early Music Singers of Durham and St. Luke’s Choir.
    POSTPONED until after Easter: please check back here or on our home page events listing for a new date.
  • Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus. Cancelled.