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The Grove City College Touring Choir, under the direction of Professor of Music, Dr. Katherine Mueller, is a select group of 44 singers. This presentation of sacred choral music is free and open to the public.
Special note: Dr. Katherine Mueller, director, was an alto soloist at Old South Church from 1989-1999, under both Fred MacArthur and Gregory Peterson.
Join this distinguished all-male chorus for their MLK Jr. Memorial Glee Club Concert. Tickets $25-30
Musicians of the Old Post Road present "Mozart on the Fringe: Music of Mozart and his inventive Bohemian contemporaries." Born in Salzburg, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was an occasional visitor to neighboring Bohemian lands, where his music was beloved and where he both influenced and was influenced by Bohemian composers. Featured in these concerts will be marvelous music of Mozart and some of those composers and musicians who inspired him, including Kozeluch, Stamitz, Stepan, and Gyrowetz. Find your inner Bohemian! Tickets $5-30. Children free.
Dr. Delvyn Case, OSC member and Professor of Music at Wheaton College, has composed a ‘song cycle’ for soprano and piano, based on select poems of German poet Rainer Rilke (1875-1929). The poems, fictitiously attributed by Rilke to a Russian Monk and icon painter, expresses the Monk’s experiences of God from the perspective of his own solitary and artistic perspective. The issue of darkness looms large. In that darkness God is seen as a powerful, awesome presence as well as a source of great strength. Rilke has his Monk, like God, creating out of the deep dark soil of the earth; soil which forms the basis for all of life.
The musical portion of the program will be followed by remarks from Professor Case, OSC Historian Rev. Emily Click, Phd, and Theologian in Residence Dr. Rev. Don Wells, and then conversation with the audience.
This special hour-long program is free and open to the public.
The Nova Fellows are at it again. Wagner Opera? Led Zeppelin reunion? Flying pink elephants? Anything could happen. Don’t miss out! Tickets