Dr. Giles Brightwell, Organist and Choirmaster at St. Thomas’, has announced a new concert series honoring John Moseley, St. Thomas’ first Organist and Choirmaster. The Moseley Memorial Concerts are an outreach of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Southwest Houston to its community, with the goals of enriching the community’s cultural experiences and of supporting local musicians, embryonic musical ensembles, and established professional musicians at affordable prices. From time to time, the series will showcase the talents of resident Church and School musicians from St. Thomas’. The Moseley Memorial Concerts’ Season will run from September through May, and consist of eight to nine concerts in the Church building at St. Thomas’. The Concerts had a soft opening with two outstanding performances of baroque sacred music by the Zachow Players and Consort in February and by ARTEK and Les Sacqueboutiers in March. Two additional concerts are scheduled this season: The Piping Rock Singers, performing music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance on Friday, April 11th at 7:00 pm and the Houston Brass Band with the St. Thomas’ Bagpipes and Drums on Sunday, May 11th at 6:00 pm. The Moseley Memorial Concerts will resume after a summer break in September, 2014. Watch our Event calendar for details. If you would like more information, please contact our concert coordinator, Susan Wescott, or visit the Moseley Memorial Concerts home page. To sign up for our email announcements list, click here.