Susquehanna Chorale to Perform at Mt. Gretna

Susquehanna Chorale to Perform at Mt. Gretna

More About Susquehanna Chorale to Perform at Mt. Gretna

Pre-Concert Recital
Guest Artist Todd Goranson, saxophone
(10 minutes before the concert)

Conductor Linda L. Tedford describes this year's performance as, "A concert of timeless music that will stir your heart, make you smile, and maybe even inspire you to get up and dance!"

Worthy to be Praised, Byron J. Smith
Abendlied, Josef Rheinberger
Evening Prayer, Ola Gjeilo
Steal Away, Howard Helvey
Seal Lullaby, Eric Whitacre
No Mirrors in My Nana's House, Ysaye M. Barnwell

Also, popular standards from the American Songbook, including Give My Regards to Broadway, The Way You Look Tonight, and It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing).

Todd Goranson will be featured on saxophone for select pieces.

Free Admission
A free-will offering to support the concert series will be collected.

Third Street and Glossbrenner Avenue, Mt. Gretna (the Campmeeting side). For parking information, visit click for details.

Admission is without charge; a free-will offering to support the Tabernacle’s summer series will be collected.

The Susquehanna Chorale, founded in 1981, is a nationally-recognized adult chamber ensemble of 38 singers. The Susquehanna Chorale is ensemble-in-residence at Messiah College.

Tags: arts and entertainment, susquehanna, chorale, concert, summer, mt. gretna

Event Details

Date: August 18, 2019
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Open Air Tabernacle
Third St. and Glosbrenner Ave.
Mt. Gretna PA 17064

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Katie Hammaker
(717) 796-5075

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