Celebrated composers and musicians Steve Angrisano, Curtis Stephan, and Dan Schutte will perform at the Egan Chapel of St. Ignatius Loyola on Friday, February 15, at 7:30 p.m. for a concert, “Age to Age: Generations of Faith.”
First launched in Dallas, Texas, last year, the “Age to Age” tour has been well received by audiences nationwide. Leaving labels of age and music - contemporary and liturgical - behind, the tour aims to unite Catholics across generations to praise God and express a shared faith. For a sneak peak at the trio, click here.
Dan Schutte is one of today’s best known, most prolific and influential composers of Catholic music for the liturgy. Many of his most celebrated pieces, including “Here I Am, Lord,” “City of God” and “Sing a New Song,” come from his years of collaboration with the St. Louis Jesuits.
Steve Angrisano is undoubtedly one of the most effective and versatile ministry leaders in the Church today. Those who are young (and young at heart) embrace the passionate message of faith, hope and love woven throughout his music and storytelling. He’s known to engage audiences with a unique blend of humor, song, and story.
As the music director for St. Ann’s parish in Coppell, Texas, Curtis Stephan maintains a music ministry that can be characterized as one of service. A lifelong musician, he received his bachelor’s degree in music and his master’s degree in Jazz studies from the University of North Texas.
The special concert is co-sponsored by Fairfield University’s Center for Catholic Studies and St. Anthony of Padua Church of Fairfield, marking the first time that the Center for Catholic Studies will partner with a parish on an event. Tickets are $10, and can be purchased at the Quick Center Box Office, ext. 4010.