Michael Poll Concert

Join us on Pentecost Sunday for a benefit concert featuring acclaimed classical guitarist, Michael Poll.

About this Event

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Acclaimed guitarist, conductor, and producer, Michael Poll, will join Holy Apostles on Pentecost Sunday, May 23rd, to perform two suites by J.S. Bach on the 7 string guitar.

Michael Poll has performed across North America, South America, and Europe, including in Barbican Hall, Wigmore Hall, and the National Theatre of Panama. His debut guitar album, 7-String Bach, was called ‘masterful’ by Gramophone magazine, and Wholenote praised his ‘Warm, rich, and full tone’. Since its release by Orchid Classics in April 2018, 7-String Bach has been streamed over 1 million times on Spotify and Apple Music, and was featured on the BBC and Classic FM.

A 2010 Fulbright and a 2012 Marshall Scholar, Poll holds a BA in music summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and was a visiting student at the Curtis Institute of Music in conducting with Virginia Allen and solfège with Eric Sessler.

Due to social distancing guidelines, seats are extremely limited! But, the concert will also be aired on our Holy Apostle’s YouTube channel!

The concert is to benefit two outstanding charitable causes: The Darby Mission and Bach Alive. We are asking for donations in-person and online (when you give please select “Michael Poll Concert” from list of giving options.

The Darby Mission is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania that serves the community of Darby Borough through community meals, feeding programs, after school programs, and innovative youth initiatives. Holy Apostles is a committed partner of the Darby Mission. We have been enriched by our ongoing friendship with our neighbors and friends in Darby, and proud to host community meals, and help spread God’s love in any way we can.

Bach Alive brings first-rate artists into schools and community centers to ensure people of all walks of life have the opportunity to enjoy live music together. Concerts are an essential forum for people of all creeds, backgrounds, and political stripes to come together. They afford emotional communication and inspiration, and we believe everyone should experience one first-hand. 

Author: jstambaugh

Rector of Church of the Holy Apostles, Penn Wynne, an Episcopal Church in Wynnewood, PA.

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