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Music in the Woods

A concert series presented by St. Michael’s Church, featuring local musicians.

Join us after the 10:30 am service for a light lunch
followed by a one hour concert!

Local artists perform a wide variety of vocal and instrumental music.

Concerts are held on the first Sunday of the month, September through May.
May be rescheduled for holidays.

Entry is by donation only. Proceeds benefit the performer(s)
and the music department at St. Michael’s Church.

 


 Sunday, March 4 at 12:00 p.m. featuring Whoopknox!

St. Michael's church--music in the woods-whoopknox

 

Whoopknox is a Detroit-based new music ensemble co-founded by Jocelyn Zelasko, voice, and Thom Monks, percussion. 

Jocelyn and Thom first met at New Music Detroit’s Strange Beautiful Music Festival in Detroit in 2015. When they met again at New Music Gathering in Bowling Green in 2017, they knew they needed to join forces! Being two Detroiters who love new music and the city, they made it their mission to perform music that is real – a true collaboration and conversation of sound. Whoopknox’s debut program at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church is full of edgy music – hard knocks and stunningly beautiful, just like Detroit.

Come join us on March 4th at 12:00 p.m.!

 

 


Sunday, April 8 at 12:00 p.m. featuring Classical Guitarist Jessica Julian

 

Jessica Julian is a graduate of Oakland University, holding degrees in Guitar Performance and Music Education. Jessica primary studies classical guitar privately with Bret Hoag. She has previously played for local and international guitarists such as Anton Baranov, Roberto Fabbri, and Celino Romero. In 2016, Jessica was selected as a recipient of the 2017 Matilda Award for Outstanding Student in Instrumental Performance through Oakland University’s School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. In addition, Jessica played in the Oakland University Guitar Ensemble, premiering works by composers such as Tony Lanman and James Hartway. Currently, she gigs regularly as a solo guitarist and as the guitarist of a flute and guitar duo. Jessica currently teaches privately at the Rochester Conservatory of Music as well as in home lessons.

Entry is by donation only. Proceeds benefit the performer(s) and the music department at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church.

 


Sunday, May 6 at 12:00 pm
 featuring Alvorada America

Music in the Woods- Alvorada America-St. Michael's Church