The Gettysburg College Choir, premier choral ensemble of the Sunderman Conservatory
of music will
perform at The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in
Monday evening March 11 at Admittance is free to the public but a good will
offering will be made to support of the church's work to help solve World Hunger.
The Gettysburg College Choir is known for superlative performance of choral literature
from Renaissance era to contemporary music. The ensemble sings at major concerts at
The choir also tours internationally and has spread their musical talents to areas such as
such as Jeffrey Van , A.R. Rahman and Sydney Guillaume. The college choir will also
medley of songs titled "Letters from
anniversary of the Civil War. These pieces were originally composed by Dr. Avner
Dorman, one of the most successful and renown ed composers today. While composing,
Dorman also teaches as an assistant professor of music at the Sunderman Conservator of
Music. The concert will last about 40 minutes.
The college choir is comprised of approximately 45 undergraduate singers that include
both music majors and students in other majors , from Anthropology to Health Sciences.
Singers are selected through a competitive audition process, and the ensemble is
committed to the highest levels of musicianship and professionalism.
After the concert refreshments will be served.
The Lutheran church
of the Good Shepherd is located at
NJ. Phone: 732-842-4596