Upcoming Concerts

Sierra Marcy

Sunday February 26, 3 p.m.

Sierra Marcy, Soprano

From Bach to Mozart to Massanet, soprano Sierra Marcy will present a wide ranging recital as part of the Hancock Concert Series on Sunday, February 26th at 3:00 p.m. at Hancock Church in Lexington. Alternately accompanied by David Owens at the piano and a chamber orchestra, this eclectic program will also feature songs by Delibes, deFalla, and the premiere of a new song cycle by Boston composer Peter Aldins.

Marcy, currently a resident of the Boston area, has made her presence known on the local music scene in short order with solo performances with a number of area groups in a wide range of oratorio, opera, and early music. Local credits include engagements with Newton Baroque, A Joyful Noyse Early Music, Rhode Island Civic Orchestra, Opera51 in Concord, Labyrinth Choir, and Capella Clausura. Upcoming engagements include the Mozart Requiem with the Jameson Singers. “Sierra possess a voice of remarkable beauty and agility” says Hancock’s Director of Music Mark Morgan, “She is a joy to listen to, connecting with audiences both through her gorgeous tone and her open spirit.”

The program will feature Bach’s solo cantata No. 51 and arias from Mozart’s “Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail” with chamber orchestra. Also featured will be songs by Delibes, DeFalla and Massenet, as well as premier song cycle by Boston composer Peter Aldins.
The concert is free (a freewill donation will be taken at the door to support the music programs of the church.) The event will take place at 3:00 p.m.on Sunday, February 26th in the sanctuary of Hancock Church, 1912 Massachusetts Ave, on the Battle Green in Lexington. The concert is handicap accessible and free parking is available. For more information visit www.hancockchurch.org

12th Annual Lexington Choral Festival


Hancock Church in Lexington is proud to host the 12th Annual Lexington Interfaith Choral Festival on Sunday, February 12th at 3:00 p.m. Featuring over 200 singers from 12 different faith traditions, the Festival is a joyous example of interfaith cooperation and sharing in our own community.

Now in its 12th year, the Festival features each group sharing music from their own tradition, and then has all the groups join in singing one piece together. Joyous, moving, and thought provoking, it celebrates the incredible diversity of religious expression to be found in Lexington. Participating this year are: the Bhakti Center of Lexington, Church of Our Redeemer Episcopal, First Baptist Church, First Parish Unitarian Universalist, Hancock United Church of Christ, Lexington United Methodist Church, Pilgrim Congregational Church, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, St. Brigid Catholic Church, Temple Emunah, Temple Isaiah, and Trinity Covenant Church. The festival was founded by Dr. Robert Eaton of First Baptist Church and has grown ever since. This year’s festival is co-chaired by Lisa Doob, Cantor of Temple Isaiah, and Mark Morgan, Director of Music at Hancock Church.

The Festival is free and open to all. It will take place on Sunday, February 12th at 3:00 p.m. at Hancock Church, 1912 Massachusetts Ave, on the Battle Green in Lexington. Free parking is available in the rear and the church is fully handicap accessible. A reception follows.

Hancock Church has free parking behind the building. There is also street parking on Bedford St. and Mass Ave.

Our building is fully handicapped accessible.

For more information about the concert or building accessibility, please contact the church administrator at (781) 862-4220 or church.administrator@hancockchurch.org.

Sunday, March 5th, at 3:00PM

The Passion Music of Reinhard Keiser

Selections from The Passion according to St. Mark and Brockes-Passion, presented by the early music ensemble A Joyful Noyse.


Sunday March 12 – Bay Colony Brass

Sunday April 2 – Theia Piano Trio

Sunday May 7 – A Joyful Noyse

Sunday May 14 – The Jameson Singers

Hancock music program is now a member of ArtsBoston!