This charming and flawless a cappella quintet embodies the rich choral tradition of its hometown of Leipzig, Germany, the city so closely associated with Bach and Mendelssohn. In anticipation of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Calmus has created a unique and entertaining program of choral-motets remarkably crafted from diverse music connected to the songs of Martin Luther. Tickets are now available.
In conjunction with the conference, Liberating Grace: The Power of the Reformation in the World Today, the Luther College Music Department will present J. S. Bach’s Mass in B-Minor featuring the Nordic Choir, Symphony Orchestra, and alumni soloists, conducted by Daniel Baldwin. Tickets required.
This event will also be held on April 2 at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis at 7:30 pm.
This concert will premiere the Reformation Cantata, composed in honor of the Reformation Commemoration by four Luther College alumni and four current students. The program will also include a new work for concert band, jointly commissioned by a consortium of Lutheran colleges.Ensembles involved include the Concert Band, Collegiate Chorale, and Cathedral Choir. Open to the public with no charge for admission.
In conjunction with Luther College’s Reformation Commemoration, the Center Stage Series presents the St. Thomas Boys Choir of Leipzig, Germany. One of the world’s premier boys’ choirs, the group was founded in 1212 and boasts J.S. Bach as its most famous conductor. Touring the United States in honor of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, the choir will perform works from the Lutheran tradition. Tickets required.