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Andover organ opus 84

The Organ of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg

The Andover Organ Opus 84 is a masterful example of the northern European tracker organ tradition, featuring 31 stops and 38 ranks of pipes and attracting some of the finest organists from around the world. The instrument accompanies weekday liturgies, festival worship, concerts and recitals on a regular basis. The main organ comprised of the Great, Swell, Pedal and Chamade Divisions was installed in the summer of 1980. The Postive Organ, also built by Andover Organ Co., was installed in 1998 and is now playable on the same manual as the Festive Trumpet.
The Schola Cantorum

The Schola Cantorum

Under the direction of Stephen Folkemer, cantor and professor of music at Gettysburg Seminary, the Schola Cantorum of Gettysburg is ...read more »

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'Music, Gettysburg!' has always felt a mission to feature and highlight local artists...they just happen to be world class performers and great artists, whether it be strings, vocal, keyboard, winds, drama, or the visual arts. We applaud that devotion which spot lights this community’s own talent.

Upcoming Concerts

Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra
September 13, 2015 @ 4pm

Anonymous 4
October 04, 2015 @ 4pm

Fahnestock & Hontz – tenor & guitar
October 18, 2015 @ 4pm

Mark Mummert, Organist
October 27, 2015 @ to be announced

Latest News

Dearest Home Band Brings Civil War Music to Seminary Ridge June 28th
Music, Gettysburg! presents the five-member Dearest Home Band playing an outdoor concert Sunday evening, June 28th at 6pm in the ...read more »

Dearest Home
Dearest Home recreates traditional American music, especially from the U.S. Civil War Era -in period costume- and Appalachian music.