We’re back! Please join us at National City Christian Church this Friday, February 2, at 12:15 p.m., for the first Music at Midday concert of 2024. We are delighted to be welcoming organist and composer Roy L. Belfield, Jr., who will kick off Black History Month with a program of music celebrating the life and work of Phillip B. McIntyre.
- Litanies – Jehan Alain
- Credo Suite – Phillip B. McIntytre
- Two Spirituals (I Want Jesus to Walk with Me and Were You There?) – Phillip B. McIntyre
- Two Hymn Settings (O Master, Let Me Walk and When I Survey the Wondrous Cross) – Phillip B. McIntyre
- Symphony No. 5 (Toccata) – Charles-Marie Widor
Roy L. Belfield, Jr., holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Morehouse College, two Master’s degrees from Florida State University (music education and organ performance), and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in organ performance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music. As a composer and arranger, Dr. Belfield has written works for chorus, voice and piano, and organ. He currently serves as Director of Music/Organist at Towson United Methodist Church and as accompanist for the Deer Creek Chorale and Youth Choir and the Frederick Chorale.
If you are unable to join us in person, you may view a livestream on our YouTube channel (Friends of National City Christian Church) or on our Facebook page (National City Christian Church). You may also view a recording afterwards at those same sites.