I went to an Anglican church when I was in college. They are usually under Bishops from Africa or Asia and they are more conservative on some issues than the Episcopal church. I think many of the churches “broke away” from Episcopal bishoprics over officiating/blessing gay marriage or ordination of gay priests. So if you aren’t specifically looking for a welcoming/affirming congregation, it might work out.
The church I went to was liturgical but used fairly modern/charismatic worship music. Women were definitely more involved in leadership than they were in my Baptist home church, but at least then (late nineties) they could not be head pastors/priests. They may have changed on that issue, or it may be something individual congregations decide. Bishops still have to be men according to this document: http://www.anglicanchurch.net/index.php/main/faq/
I don’t remember evolution or creationism ever coming up. I attended church with a lot of Wheaton College professors and I’m pretty sure some of them were ECs.
I check into Michael Bird’s blog on occasion. (He is a Baptist-raised, Presbyterian trained, ordained Anglican priest and NT scholar in Australia.) I don’t remember seeing creationism/evolution come up there either, but as a seminary student, you might like his blog. Lots of nerdy book announcements and academic theology geared posts.
I think you should give an Anglican church a try. If they more or less match your convictions on major issues and leave well enough alone on evolution, that’s pretty good. Almost all my favorite Bible scholars are Anglican. Like any denomination, individual congregations are going to have their own flavor based on the leadership, demographics, and mission vision of the particular church.