Current Season

Tiffany Series events are on Sundays at 3 p.m., and take place in Brown Memorial’s sanctuary.

Tickets are available below (see Pay Pal buttons) and at the door. We also offer Patron ($50) tickets as a way for you to help the Tiffany Series continue to provide quality concerts and speakers. We are deeply grateful for this additional support. Patron-level ticket holders will receive a complimentary CD recording of either “Celebrating the Skinner Organ” or Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” with Fred Swann as guest organist.

2016/17 SEASON


March 26, 2017, 3 p.m.

The Tiffany Series is proud to present “Faith Matters: Religion and the LGBTQ Community in Fractious Times,” a panel discussion featuring representatives of four religions. Co-hosts are Brown Memorial’s Tiffany Series and The Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

Delegate Mary Washington will serve as moderator, and participants represent Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Buddhist faith communities. Panelists are Buddhist Jann Jackson, who has taught at the Mindrolling Lotus Garden Retreat Center in Virginia;  Rabbi Elissa Sachs-Kohen of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation;  Pakistani-American Muslim student Anushka Aqil, who is at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health;  Baptist Bishop Allyson Abrams of the Empowerment Liberation Cathedral in Silver Spring;  and Brown Memorial Senior Pastor Andrew Foster Connors.

The discussion will be wide-ranging, but panelists will address the experience of being both LGBTQ and a person of faith. They will also explore the commitment of different religions to supporting the LGBTQ community, especially should hard-won rights and freedoms come under attack.

We hope you will join us for this timely and important conversation.

Parking at the Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary/Middle School lot in the 100 block of Mosher St. as well as shuttle service to the church will be available.

Download the event flier
Read an article about the event in Baltimore OUTloud newspaper 

Religion and LGBT Panel Discussion


May 7, 2017, 3 p.m.

One of the most distinguished organists of our time, Christie will play a program of French organ works. He is Chair and Professor of Organ at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, Distinguished Artist in Residence at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, and College Organist at Wellesley College. Christie also serves as organist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, a position he has held since 1978. In the fall of 2010, he exchanged positions with Notre Dame Cathedral titular organist Olivier Latry, and served as visiting Professor of Organ at the Paris Conservatory.

James David Christie, organist

Earlier This Season (on November 6, 2016):
An Organ Concert Celebrating John Walker

This spectacular concert featured famed organists Marie-Louise Langlais, Eileen Morris Guenther (past president of the AGO), Henry Lowe and Michael Britt playing Brown Memorial’s 1931 Skinner Organ, Opus 839, IV/45. In addition, Brown Memorial’s Chancel Choir and Soloists premiered works by Daniel Gawthrop, Alfred Fedak and JoyAnne Amani Richardson, commissioned in John Walker’s honor.

John Walker, immediate past-president of the American Guild of Organists, is Minister of Music Emeritus at Brown Memorial. He previously served at Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh and The Riverside Church in New York City. Walker is a member of the organ faculty at Peabody Conservatory of Music and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Organ at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.

Read about this concert in The American Organist magazine February 2017 issue.

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