The Season

Unless otherwise noted, all Music, Gettysburg! programs are free and open to the public and no reservations or tickets are required. Unless otherwise noted, all concerts take place in the Chapel of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg located at 147 Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg.

For more information about these programs, we invite you to call the Gettysburg Seminary at 1-717-338-3000 extension 2197.

Upcoming Concerts – Summer 2016 

Cormorant’s Fancy – Sunday, August 21, 2016 – 6pm (Outdoor Concert)

Upcoming Concerts –  2016-2017 Season

Sunday, September 11, 2016, 4:00 PM      Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra
Cellist Colin Stokes returns home to perform Elgar’s Cello Concerto and Lasser’s Vocalise, plus the GCO playing Dvorak’s 8th

Friday, October 14 , 7:30 PM   Janet Yieh, organist
Catch a rising star! One of America’s most exciting young organists, fresh from Juilliard and Trinity, Wall Street

Sunday, November 13, 4:00 PM  Sunderman Chamber Players
Five stars from the Sunderman Conservatory perform gems from the Baroque including music by Handel, Telemann and selections from J.S. Bach’s comic “Coffee Cantata.”

Monday, November 14, 7:00 PM Air Force Heritage Brass
Bringing the military tradition of brass, percussion, and vocals to the concert stage, Heritage Brass performs patriotic favorites, jazz standards, and new compositions with excellence and precision.

Sunday, November 27, 7:30 PM  Advent Choral Vespers
Starting off the holiday season with transcendental music of hope and expectation in the candle-lit chapel, led by the Schola Cantorum of Gettysburg.

Sunday, December 18 , 7:00 PM  Sing Out, Ring Out, Christ is Born
Our annual Christmas concert offering favorite performers in sampler of holiday delights!

Friday, January 20 , 7:30 PM*      Burns Night
Celebrating Robert Burns, Scotland’s national bard, with his verse, and music from the Highlands by Cormorant’s Fancy.
*(Saturday Jan 21st as snow date)

Sunday, January 29, 4:00 PM   Felix Hell, organist
The internationally renowned organist returns to his favorite instrument!

Sunday, February 19, 4:00 PM    Opera Susquehanna: Lucia di Lammermoor
A concert production with orchestra, soloists, and chorus from a new regional ensemble!

Sunday, March 5, 4:00 PM   Aire Duo
Music for soprano and trumpet, from Susan Hochmiller and Steven Marx, two of the stars of the Sunderman Conservatory.

Sunday, April 23, 3:00 PM  Double Choir – Folkemer Psalms and More
The world premiere of Stephen Folkemer’s Psalm Concert sung by the Schola Cantorum of Gettysburg and the Mt. St. Mary’s Chorale, with soloists, strings, brass and organ. Plus plenty of other glorious choral masterworks for Double Choir and instruments.

Sunday, April 30, 4:00 PM    Gettysburg Children’s Choir and Chamber Chorale
These area vocal ensembles, featuring students in grades three through twelve, go from strength to strength, combining the energy of youth with precision far beyond their years!

Sunday, May 14,  4:00 PM   Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra
Celebrating its 20th anniversary with nothing but Brahms, the GCO brings back violinist Tessa Lark for the Violin Concerto and concludes with the 2nd Symphony.

Saturday, June 10, Noon – 8:00 PM  Gettysburg Brass Band Festival
We’re delighted to host this all day event on our outdoor pavilion, and to sponsor one of the East Coast’s finest bands.

Sunday, June 11, 2017, 4:00 PM  American Songbook 2
Wayne Hill, Michael Matsinko and special guests return, this time presenting the greatest hits of Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern, plus the melodies of WW2.

Sunday, July 2, 2017, 6:00 PM   Dearest Home
The perfect way to spend Independence Day weekend in Gettysburg: popular music from Civil War times, in the shade of the trees of Schmucker Grove!



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