Music at Noon


Free Concerts Wednesdays Noon to 1 p.m.

Good news! Starting Feb. 2, 2022, the MusicAtNoon concert series will, once again, open its doors to the public. Attendees will be required to wear a mask and to socially distance. Concerts will continue to be livestreamed. For the live-stream link, go HERE.

For the latest M.A.N. livestreams, navigate HERE.

To help support our talented artists, you can donate directly to M.A.N., HERE.

Sacramento California’s Music At Noon concert series is designed for local artists, and it is meeting the needs of those who desire beauty and tranquility in the middle of their day. It is also meeting the needs of our local musicians who desire to communicate their art to the community. Since 2002, thousands of music lovers have entered Westminster’s peaceful, Byzantine-Romanesque sanctuary to hear a wide variety of inspiring music. These free Wednesday noon concerts include classics, jazz, pops, silent films with pipe organ accompaniment, Broadway, opera, folk, USAF ensembles, world-music, and more. Artists include pianists, singers, chamber musicians, choirs, organists, string players, brass & woodwind players, guitarists, and more. So bring a friend and a bag lunch and see why M.A.N. is “the biggest kept secret in Midtown.”

Your Music At Noon donations help to sustain a concert series that has become a source of joy and refreshment in the lives of many appreciative attendees. You may donate online at (please memo “M.A.N.” at bottom of page) or make checks payable to Westminster Presbyterian Church (memo: “M.A.N.”) and mail to Westminster Church, 1300 N Street, Sacramento, California, 95814.  More than 95% of your donations are used for artist honorariums. Alternately, you can donate through our website HERE, or by dropping donations into the entry donation containers at Westminster. Thank you for your support.  Please tell your friends about MusicAtNoon.

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Gregory Thompson, Pianist

Pianist, Gregory Thompson is known for his work as a Solo and Collaborative artist in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Of his Carnegie Hall debut, the NY Times praised his “intuitive playing”, and his ability to “make a melodic line sing and inflect it with delicate rubato effects.” (NY Times)

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Baroque & Beyond

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Cellist Jia-mo Chen; Pianist John Cozza

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Jazz Guitarist Doug Pauly & Friends

The guitar is a wonderful thing. It plays well with others and it can stand alone. Doug’s solo guitar playing is based in the fingerstyle jazz tradition but it has been further refined and tweaked by the requirements of his inventive arrangements of jazz, pop and latin tunes.

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Annamarie Arai, violin; Agnieszka Peszko, violin; Elizabeth Arai, piano

Annamarie Arai received her B.A. in violin performance from UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music and her Master of Music from the San Francisco Conservatory. A native of Sacramento,  Ms. Arai enjoys creating music with ensembles of diverse backgrounds and sizes. She currently performs with One Found Sound, a conductor-less chamber orchestra in San Francisco, often serving in principal roles. Annamarie has developed a passion for teaching and sharing musical ideas with players of various skill levels.

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Ting Luo, pianist

Piano Concert performed by pianist Ting Luo, presented by New Arts Collaboration, featuring piano compositions including two world premieres by living composers.

TING LUO obtained the Master of Music degree of solo piano performance from the University of Southern California, with the instruction from the legendary pianist Daniel Pollack. She has taught in music schools in China and United States.