Music has the ability to profoundly touch our hearts and souls. Being a part of the rich artistic life of our church is an excellent way to experience the awakenings that music can bring. Whether it is the friendship and service of choir, or the magnificence of an orchestral performance, the arts at Peachtree Road bring us closer to God and to each other.
We invite you to be a part of it all! Click here to view a PDF of our 2019/2020 Concert Season brochure.
Friends of Music
The contribution of sacred spaces to music culture can often be overlooked, but churches play a vital role in making exquisite compositions and talents accessible to all people. Peachtree Road counts itself fortunate to be a strong advocate for the arts in the greater Atlanta area. Each season we bring fresh, exciting performances to our beautiful spaces. Thanks to the underwriting of our Friends of Music patronage program, we are able to offer events at a modest cost, and many are at no cost. Parking is free and ample and performances are open to everyone. We invite you to enjoy all that we have to offer! To learn more about Peachtree Road’s Friends of Music, click here.
Midday Music in May
Wednesdays in May, 2020
12:30 pm, Sanctuary
May 6 | Sue Mitchell-Wallace – St. David’s Episcopal Church
May 13 | Scott Atchison, Oliver Brett – Peachtree Road United Methodist Church
May 20 | Kirk Rich – All Saints Episcopal Church
May 27 | Jens Korndörfer – First Presbyterian Church
Enjoy themed 30-minute lunchtime organ recitals featuring the best of Atlanta’s organists on PRUMC’s finest organs.
Admission is free.
Lunch/$8 or bring your own!
Atlanta Summer Organ Festival
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
7:30 pm, Sanctuary
David has built a reputation as an exciting performer and communicator, with particular emphases on orchestral transcriptions and the art of improvisation. David is increasingly in demand as a composer. Currently Artist-in-Residence at the Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York City, David is also Organist Emeritus of Gloucester Cathedral, UK.
The Atlanta Summer Organ Festival was established in 1995 to help increase classical music performances in the summer and PRUMC joined as a host in 2002. To this day, the festival continues the tradition of offering a series of wonderful venues for both established and talented rising your organists.
$15 suggested donation.
Dessert reception following.