Don’t miss out on experiencing one—or all—of the memorable music performances coming up at Concordia University Wisconsin during the fall semester!
Those lovely sounds you hear floating through various hallways of CUW are the echoes of our gifted student instrumentalists and vocalists preparing for fall concert season at Concordia. Will you be there to hear them when they perform? Now is the time to mark your calendars and reserve tickets for these upcoming events! Things kick off in a few weeks with the Instrumental Pops Concert (always an audience favorite!) and wrap up with the time-honored, always wonderful Christmas at Concordia. Don’t miss out—make plans today!
All events take place in the Chapel of Christ Triumphant on the CUW campus. Tickets for all concerts, except Christmas at Concordia, are free for CUW students, faculty, and staff.
Jake Brennan Senior Recital
Saturday, November 4 | 7:00 p.m.
Senior Jake Brennan of Grafton, Wisconsin, will showcase his God-given talents and hard work throughout his time at CUW in this saxophone recital. All are welcome to come and listen to some excellent music, and support Jake in this benchmark event of his college career. Admission is free.
Civic Chorale and Handbells Fall Concert
Saturday, November 11 | 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Our Civic Chorale choir consists of faculty/staff, students, and community members coming together to sing these beautiful works. The handbell performances will be by both our touring handbell choir, Alleluia Ringers, and our Chapel Ringers. This concert is a perfect way to celebrate the Fall season.
Christmas at Concordia
Friday & Saturday, December 1 & 2 | 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
This event features all of CUW’s instrumental, vocal, and handbell ensembles; including Kammerchor, Selah, Chapel Choir, Alleluia Ringers, Chapel Ringers, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, University Band, Jazz Ensemble, String Ensemble, and Civic Chorale. Welcome in the glory of Christmas with all the hard work put forth this year by Concordia’s music ensembles!
Tickets go on Sale November 1.
Grace Amundson Senior Recital
Saturday, December 9 | 3:30 p.m.
Senior Grace Amundson of West Bend, Wisconsin, will showcase her God-given talents and hard work throughout her time at CUW in this piano recital. All are welcome to come and listen to some excellent music, and support Grace in this benchmark event of her college career. Admission is free.
Since 1881, Concordia University’s mission has been teaching and preparing students for careers and vocations that serve The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Music has always been an integral part of that mission. The music department contributes to the spiritual, cultural, artistic, academic and co-curricular aspects to University life on campus. As the campus has grown in scope and size the music department has become more integral to the University mission.