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Concerts are free and open to the public, thanks to support from United Lutheran Seminary, from businesses, and from many individuals.
All concerts, unless specially noted, take place in the chapel of United Lutheran Seminary, at 147 Seminary Ridge.
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Music by, for, and about women performed by Trio Alexander, a flute/viola/harp ensemble.
Presenting their own take on the Great American Songbook!
"A program so lush, substantial and richly flavored you wanted to eat it with a knife and fork." (Washington Post)
One of our favorite groups returns for a varied, delightful, virtuosic program!
Celebrating the centennial of women's suffrage, these faculty members present works by female composers and music of the 1920's
The Schola Cantorum of Gettysburg leads this solemn, spirited opening of the season with music from four centuries and plenty of singing by the assembly
Our annual holiday sampler, featuring Wayne L. Wold, the Gettysburg Children's Choir, Wayne Hill, Teresa Bowers, and much, much more!
Celebrating Robert Burns, the world's lyric poet and Scotland's pride, with music, poetry, and an appropriate reception following.
The annual visit from this world-famous performer, taking full advantage of the chapel's two magnificent organs.
Recognized as the Washington area's "Best Choral Group," this male ensemble brings new life to early music and their own compositions - as delightful as their name!
Candlelight, hymns, and some of the most beautiful music of devotion and sacrifice from the past four centuries, led by the Schola Cantorum of Gettysburg!
Hood College professor, former choir director and organist at Camp David, honored composer and performer comes to Gettysburg for more than Christmas!
How were you introduced to opera? This speaker, direct from the Portland and Santa Fe Opera companies, reminds us of our teachers: Bugs, Elmer, Mickey and Bart!
Capping their season with us - another spectacular evening of splendid music by the area's youngest, most spirited, and most capable performers!
Denise Dillenbeck, concertmaster of the York Symphony, joins the orchestra for Bruch's Violin Concerto, plus Prokofiev's take on Romeo and Juliet!
Greeting the Holy Spirit with fire and song, led by the Schola Cantorum of Gettysburg.
Thursday night and all day Saturday brings a dozen bands to the Seminary campus.
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