'The Sounds Good Concert Series offers three concerts each year, providing a rich musical experience for the Stamford community. Past performances have included the Kate Davis trio and the Redhot & Blue Acapella group. Annual performances include the Simpatico Chamber Ensemble and features the popular “Broadway Revisited”. All concerts are held at St. Francis Episcopal Church 2810 Long Ridge Road, Stamford. Tickets for each concert are $25/person and $20 for seniors and students.  In addition to tickets for each concert, sponsorship of The Sounds Good Concert series is welcome. A reception follows each concert. A sampling from past Sounds Good performances can be heard below:

"One",  from A Chorus Line
The Clay Jenkins Jazz Quartet
The Simpatico Chamber Ensemble

Support the Sounds Good Concert Series:
Due to your enthusiasm and generosity, we are able to continue offering the “Sounds Good” concert series each year. Support “Sounds Good” with your gift of $150, $300, $500 or any other amount you choose. As a Sponsor, you will be listed in the program as a donor.

Please make your tax deductible check payable to: St. Francis Episcopal Church and indicate “Sounds Good” in the memo.
Mail to: St. Francis Church, 503 Old Long Ridge Rd., Stamford, CT. 06903.
Honorary or memorial gifts are welcome and given program recognition per your instructions.

2016-2017 features one new artist and two returning artists.
All shows are on Sundays at 4 pm at 2810 Long Ridge Rd. Stamford, CT.
Sunday, October 23, 2016
Organ recital by Alistair Reid
Masterworks from Bach, Widor, Vaughan Williams and other favorite composers

Sunday, January 8, 2017
The 2nd event of the popular Sounds Good concert series will take place on Sunday, January 8, 2017, at 4:00 PM, with the Simpatico Chamber Ensemble. The concert will be held at St. Francis Episcopal Church, 2810 Long Ridge Road, Stamford, CT. Tickets are $25 for general admission and $20 for seniors and students. The Simpatico Chamber Ensemble performs an eclectic repertoire of vocal and instrumental music, both classical and contemporary. The performers are distinguished professionals with experience in symphony orchestras, as teachers at Juilliard and Manhattan Schools of Music, and appear around the world as soloists and chamber musicians. The Simpatico Chamber Ensemble’s mission is to bring the joy of known and unknown music to the Stamford community. Darin Lewis, an award-winning conductor and composer, is the Music Director of Simpatico.

Sunday, May 7, 2017
Best of Broadway
Beloved selections from musical theater and the American Songbook