Music at All Hallows
directed by Carl Schwartz, Organist and Choir
Dr. Schwartz's Biography
A mechanical action organ built by A.
David Moore of North Pomfret, Vermont, is installed
in the Brick Church.
This unique instrument generated interest from
around the country even before its completion. Its
innovative physical layout, dictated by the
limitations of the building, and its tonal design,
influenced by both historic European styles and Mr.
Moore’s experience with 19th Century American
organs, have created a 13-stop instrument with an
exceptional variety of tonal resources for leading
congregational singing, accompanying choral music,
and presenting a significant amount of solo organ
information about our pipe organ at the Brick
currently consists of a dozen singers who help lead
worship at the 10:30 A.M. service at the Brick
Church each Sunday throughout the year. In addition,
they sing at the Chapel for seasonal services during
Holy Week and other times during the year. The
choral music is chosen from throughout the rich
heritage of the Anglican Church from the middle ages
through to the twenty-first century.
Wednesday evenings from 7:15-8:45pm and on Sunday
morning at 9:30am. During the summer the choir
rehearses on Sunday morning only. Consult our parish
calendar for the next scheduled
rehearsal. We are always interested in
welcoming new singers.
To join, interested singers should contact
| The parish has a 3-octave set of Schulmerich handbells. If
you are of middle school age or older and are
interested in becoming a handbell ringer, please
contact our Parish Office.