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April 28 ‘Interlude’ Concert to Honor Matthew Garber

“Interlude,” a 14-voice choir comprised of current EMU students and recent graduates. Concerts by choral groups occur regularly on the EMU campus, but this one will be a bit different. ...More

‘Dancing at Lughnasa’ Theater Production Runs Through April 17

“Let us dance and dream before night must fall” – Juniors Lauren Zehr (as Christine) and Steve Kniss (as Gerry) relive lost love in the Irish countryside in a scene from the EMU Theater spring mainstage production, “D ...More

Campus Welcomes Pianist Lise Keiter For March 17 Schumann Recital

Pianist Lise Keiter Robert is 200 years old – more specifically, Robert Schumann (1810-1856). Pianist Lise Keiter will celebrate the 200th birth year anniversary of the German composer with a recital 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 17, in Martin Chapel of the semina ...More

Improv Music Artist to Give Benefit Concerts

Christian musician/recording artist Ken Medema Well-known Christian musician/recording artist Ken Medema will give a benefit concert 7 p.m. Friday, Mar. 5, at Park View Mennonite Church, N. College Ave., Harrisonburg. The conce ...More

Violin-Piano Duo Performing at EMU

“Duo Concertant,” two members of the music faculty at Penn State University, will give a recital 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, in Martin Chapel of the seminary building at EMU. James Lyon, violinist, and Timothy Shafer, pianist, will play contrasting selections by Mozart, his “B-flat Sonata,” featuring embellished dialogue between piano and violin, and Beethove ...More

Gilbert & Sullivan Coming to Life on Stage

Charlotte Wenger (fairy queen) sings to Todd Hooley (Willis) as he tries to not show interest. Love and politics cross paths in a most unlikely way in W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan’s popular comic operetta, “Iolante,” the major spring ...More

Wind Ensemble to Perform

The EMU Wind Ensemble will present its fall concert 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11, in Lehman Auditorium at EMU. The 34-member group, conducted by James W. (Jim) Warner, will open the program with a medley of selections from “H.M.S. Pinafore,” among the most popular of the 18th century operettas composed by William Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. The ensemble will also pe ...More

Guest Recital: Robert Wells and Andrew Harley

Robert Wells ...More