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Concert Series

The Muldoon Memorial Concert Series was established in 1990 by the Muldoon family in memory of wife and mother Hulda, who was a long-time participant in the music ministries of St. Alban's. After the death of Hulda's husband Ken, the name of the concert series was changed from the Hulda Muldoon Memorial Concert Series to the Muldoon Memorial Concert Series to honor both Hulda and Ken.

The Muldoon Memorial Concert Fund was established as an endowment with the expectation that at some point the series would become self-sustaining. To promote that goal, each year the St. Alban's Concert Guild solicits donations to fund the series and enlarge the endowment.

All money given by an individual, family or company up to $100 goes to fund the concerts. Monies given above $100 go to the endowment fund. For example, if your gift is $150, $100 of that donation goes to fund the current series and the remaining $50 goes into the endowment fund.

The categories for supporting the concert series are:
Endowment Partners......... $101 and above
Patrons............................... $76-$100
Sponsors............................ $51-$75

Friends............................... $25-$50

If you wish to support the concert series with a fully tax deductible donation, please make your check payable to St. Alban's Episcopal Church and mark "Concert Fund" on the memo line. Also, please include a note with your name as you wish it to be listed in the programs.


As in the past, this year’s performances will represent  a variety of musical genres. You are warmly invited to attend these concerts and enjoy an informal reception afterward in which you can meet with the performers. We are grateful for your past support for the Concert Series and welcome your continued support for the upcoming year.

All Concerts begin at 4:00 p.m.


Three renowned National Symphony Orchestra performers – harpist Adriana Horne, violinist Marissa Regni, and
flutist Alice Kogan Weinreb – are back by popular demand to perform for the first concert of this season. Their performance
last year left the audience breathless with its stunning capture of each piece’s musical essence. Their program this year includes pieces by Handel, Bizet, Bartok, and more.

Please plan to stay for light refreshments and conversation with the trio.



Modern Musick:  Period Baroque Chamber Music - Risa Browder, Baroque Violin and John Moran, Baroque Cello.


Washington Saxophone Quartet, with organist Jinsun Cho.


Victoria Wyatt and Friends:  Piano, Guitar, Strings and more.

MAY 14

Mikyoung Cho, Piano