All Saints' Church
Music at All Saints'
The music program at All Saints’ Church seeks to enhance the parish’s ministries through connecting our congregation and venue to the greater Princeton community and region. We invite you to partake in our musical offerings at All Saints’ Church, by attending one of our evensongs or our services, singing in our choir, or by making a donation to further enable this unique aspect of outreach and nourishment to the community.
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Rehearses Thursdays, from 7:30PM-9:15PM
Sings on most Sundays during the academic year (September through June) at our 10:15 Holy Eucharist. Also enhances worship on special services of Lessons & Carols, Holy Week, Easter, evensongs and concerts.
Repertoire is largely based on Anglo-American offerings, throughout the centuries, including contemporary pieces as well. It is fun, engaging, and challenging at times.
No music reading ability necessary; prerequisites include ability to match pitch and blend in a choral setting.
Open to all teens and adults, ages 16 and higher.
Singing creates beauty which is instrumental in changing lives.
Choir is a fun social activity, in which friendships and community are forged.
Singing increases brainpower and creativity, which assists in mental and physical productivity.
Music is a universal language and an inter-generational activity. Anyone of any age can do it, and we can understand each other better through musical expression and cooperation.
Director of Music
Kevin J. O’Malia holds a Bachelor and Master degree, with honors, from Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Distinguished performances have been featured cathedral residencies at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, Lincoln Cathedral, Christ Church, Oxford; recitals at Notre-Dame in Paris, St. Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, New York, Washington National Cathedral, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, Princeton University Chapel, several venues in South Africa, and at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. An avid follower of American history and the Philadelphia Phillies, Kevin finds himself at home in Lawrenceville, where he lives with his spouse, Tom, and dogs Jack and Brian.