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  • September 11, 2020
    Campus Ministry, Church Work, Music, News, Students

    Meet your 2020-21 Haven musicians

    Concordia University's Haven ministry is picking up where it left off last March—praising Jesus with prayer and music during contemporary chapel services on Wednesday mornings and its usual gatherings on Sunday evenings.

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  • TMJ4: Teachers, students advocate for music programs this fall

    Whether your K-12 school will restart the 2020-21 academic year with a virtual, blended, or in-person curriculum, music education should be a part of it.

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  • Hannah Engwall awarded $2,500 American Guild of Organists scholarship

    Hannah Engwall, a senior Parish Music major from St. Petersburg, Florida, was recently awarded a $2,500 scholarship sponsored by the Bridgeport, Connecticut Chapter of The American Guild of Organists (AGO).

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  • Kammerchor Spring Concert March 29 to feature German, Austrian and Czech composers

    Kammerchor's annual Spring Concert Sunday, March 29 in The Chapel of The Christ Triumphant will feature music by German, Austrian and Czech composers, along with two African-American spiritual arrangements.

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  • Concordia alum to premiere rising composer’s “contemporary” take on classic Church hymn

    More than 1,500 years ago an unknown individual authored a poem of praise that remains one of the most revered and vital parts of the Christian Church’s liturgical celebrations today. Several of the poem’s verses, now called the “Te Deum”, continue to be sung around the world and are held up as one of the most effective ways to give thanks and honor to the triune God.

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  • Concordia’s Symphonic Wind Ensemble is Florida-bound this January

    Concordia University Wisconsin's Symphonic Wind Ensemble will share familiar works, including a tribute to Aretha Franklin, when it ventures to Florida during January's Winterim term for Greater Tampa Performance Tour 2020.

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  • 36th annual “Christ The King Celebration” culminates church year

    Concordia University Wisconsin's two premier vocal ensembles, Kammerchor and Selah, will commemorate the culmination of the church year during the 36th annual "Christ The King" Celebration on Sunday, Nov. 17 at 3:30 p.m. in the Chapel of The Christ Triumphant, 12800 North Lake Shore Drive, Mequon.

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  • Five ways to experience your hometown university

    Peruse any ranking of the most desired places to live in America and there will likely be a prevalence of college towns. The reason college towns are so appealing is, in part, because universities offer an influx of new people, and a host of opportunities for the community to learn and experience new ideas and enjoy more cultural and athletic activities.

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  • Bengsch transforms discouragement into determination

    Editor's note: This is one in a series of stories highlighting Concordia's May 2019 graduates.

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  • National Lutheran Schools Week: Joseph Meador, Sheboygan Lutheran

    This week marks National Lutheran Schools Week, an annual celebration that provides the network of more than 2,000 LCMS preschools, elementary schools, high schools, and universities throughout the nation with the opportunity to publicly proclaim and celebrate the good work happening with our schools.

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