"Tomorrow shall be my dancing day" tells the story of the season, with Jesus claiming Christmas as his own Dancing Day. We celebrate the season with music inspired by the idea of dance – from Nigeria, colonial America, Great Britain, France, and Spain. The concert will feature Estampie Natalis by Czech-American composer Vaclav Nelhybel, accompanied by strings, flute and percussion. The instruments will join the chorus for additional selections, including our traditional sing-along.
"If music be the food of love, play on." Join us for a banquet of musical nourishment.
We'll give you musical food for the mind, body, and soul. Songs of seasonings and sauce, bagels and biscuits,
wine and ale, a banquet, a picnic, and a brunch will leave you hungry for more. On the menu is music by John Rutter,
Gioachino Rossini, Alojz Srebotnjak, Olivier Messiaen, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, and many many more.
"I have had pleasure enough; I have had singing." Join us in June as we celebrate the tenth year of our musical journey with director Mark Kloepper. Mark has selected his personal favorites from our concerts of the past decade. To name a few: JS Bach motet Der Geist hilft unserer Schwachheit auf, Ave Maria by Franz Biebl, spirituals My Soul's been Anchored in the Lord and the rousing Ezekiel Saw de Wheel, two of Brahms' Liebeslieder waltzes, and Home on the Range with harmonica solo by blues artist Jay Mabin.
|$62 General admission
$49 Seniors (62+) and Singers*
|$23 General admission
$18 Seniors (62+) and Singers*
Children 6-18 admission free
* Community or church choir members