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Performing Arts Series

Mariachi Herencia de Mexico

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $30, $25, $20

Fri, Sep 13th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

No one could have anticipated the success of the first album by Mariachi Herencia de México, an ensemble of student musicians from Chicago’s Mexican-American barrios. Released in 2017, their debut disk Nuestra Herencia (Our Heritage) received a Latin Grammy Award nomination, attracted local and national news coverage, and created new demand for appearances around the country.

Since then, the group has performed in major mariachi festivals in Chicago, Orlando, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Mexico’s mariachi capital Guadalajara, and has made debut performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and Joe’s Pub in New York City.

Bruce Cockburn

Where: Umble Center

Price: $40, $35, $30

Tue, Sep 24th @ — Umble Center

Few recording artists are as creative and prolific as the 13-time Juno winner and Canadian Music Hall of Famer Bruce Cockburn. Since his self-titled debut in 1970, the Canadian singer-songwriter has issued a steady stream of acclaimed albums. His song styles range from folk to jazz-influenced rock, and his lyrics cover a broad range of topics including human rights, environmental issues, politics and Christianity.

More than 40 years after embarking on his singer-songwriting career, Cockburn keeps kicking at the darkness so that it might bleed daylight.

Cirque Mechanics

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $40, $35, $30

Tue, Oct 01st @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Spectacle Magazine hailed Cirque Mechanics as “the greatest contribution to the American circus since Cirque du Soleil.” Although inspired by modern circus, Cirque Mechanics finds its roots in the mechanical and its heart in the stories of American ingenuity. The shows, rooted in realism, display a raw quality rarely found in modern circus that makes their message timeless and relevant. The stories are wrapped in circus acrobatics, mechanical wonders and a bit of clowning around.

42FT – A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels, is the latest invention from the creative minds of Cirque Mechanics. The company dares us to leap into the circus ring and experience the timelessness of this evolving art form. The show’s unique mechanical interpretation of the traditional, and its story full of the lore of the historic one-ring circus, create a welcoming place, like a big top, where we can be amazed. The action in 42FT is full of theatricality with a modern sensibility, showcasing a galloping mechanical metal horse and a rotating tent frame for strongmen, acrobats and aerialists.

A Tuba to Cuba: The Preservation Hall Jazz Band with Yusa and Special Guests

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $45, $40, $30

Sat, Nov 02nd @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

The Preservation Hall Jazz Band (PHJB) has held the torch of New Orleans music aloft for more than 50 years, all the while carrying it enthusiastically forward as a reminder that the history they were founded to preserve is a vibrantly living history. PHJB marches that tradition forward once again on So It Is, the septet’s second release featuring all-new original music. The album redefines what New Orleans music means by tapping into a sonic continuum that stretches back to the city’s Afro-Cuban roots, through its common ancestry with the Afrobeat of Fela Kuti and the Fire Music of Pharoah Sanders and John Coltrane, and forward to cutting-edge artists with whom the PHJB have shared festival stages from Coachella to Newport. These include legends like Stevie Wonder, Elvis Costello and the Grateful Dead, and modern giants like My Morning Jacket, Arcade Fire and the Black Keys.

 

In the words of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band:

“A Tuba To Cuba is as much a soundtrack to our documentary as it is a collection of songs that we wrote and recording during the filming and after its completion. The writing and recording of our previous release, “So It Is” began before our first trip to Cuba in 2015. We had no idea that it would become the album it would until we returned home from that first trip. The “A Tuba To Cuba” soundtrack is comprised of a combination of songs that are both in the movie and new songs that aren’t in the film or couldn’t have been in the film because not until we were able to watch it ourselves, we were again inspired to put that spirit into new music. Our five years exploring the Cuba/NOLA history has been inspiring to say the least.”

 

Seraphic Fire

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $35, $30, $25

Tue, Nov 12th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Grammy-nominated Seraphic Fire makes their return appearance to Sauder Concert Hall for a performance and to record their latest project. The Miami- based vocal ensemble will perform Ordo Virtutum, or Play of the Virtues, a medieval musical drama written by the 12th-century abbess Hildegard of Bingen, universally revered as one of the greatest minds of the Middle Ages. Told in Hildegard’s haunting plainchant compositions, the “Soul” struggles between the pull of the Virtues and the Devil, and features a cast including Mercy, Victory, Patience, Discretion and Charity. The women of Seraphic Fire bring this nearly millennia-old masterpiece back to life.

Vienna Boys Choir: Christmas in Vienna

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $45, $40, $30

Sun, Dec 01st @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

The world’s most beloved boys choir, The Vienna Boys Choir, will be returning to Sauder Concert Hall to capture the wonder and magic of the holiday season with their program Christmas in Vienna.

This illustrious group of child musicians has been delighting music lovers across the globe for six centuries with their purity of tone, distinctive charm and popular repertoire. Christmas in Vienna showcases these gifted musicians with voices of unforgettable beauty in an extraordinary program featuring Austrian folk songs, classical masterpieces, popular songs and, of course, holiday favorites.

The Wailin’ Jennys

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $50, $45, $35

Fri, Jan 31st @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Back in Goshen by popular demand with new songs from their upcoming album, Nicky Mehta, Ruth Moody and Heather Masse bring three distinct voices that together make the achingly perfect vocal sound of the Juno award-winning Wailin’ Jennys.

With beautiful, heart-stopping harmonies, uplifting repertoire and engaging stage presence, the Wailin’ Jennys have delighted and charmed audiences for more than a decade. Their acoustic blend of bluegrass, folk and roots music has been featured alongside Bonnie Raitt and Rosanne Cash. Together they forge a unified folk-pop sound — all delivered with the irresistible vocal power of three.

National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $45, $40, $30

Fri, Feb 28th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Formed in 1918 and conducted by Volodymyr Sirenko, the 95-member National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine is considered one of the finest symphony orchestras in Eastern Europe, with multiple Grammy Award nominations. This distinguished ensemble will display its brilliance, warmth and expressive versatility in a splendid program that will feature Ukranian cellist Natalia Khoma performing Tchaikovsky’s “Rococo” Variations for cello, Dvorak’s Symphony No. 7 and “Grazhyna” Symphonic Ballade by Ukranian composer Borys Lyatoshynsky.

Che Apalache

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $30, $25, $20

Fri, Mar 13th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Argentina-based, four-man string band Che Apalache combines instrumental prowess with tight vocal harmonies to create an authentic blend of bluegrass and Latin American genres, evoking images from Appalachia to the Andes. Their debut album, “Latingrass,” is a testament to a powerful cultural and musical exchange.

With members from Argentina, Mexico and the United States, the group’s founder Joe Troop (fiddle) is a North Carolinian multi-instrumentalist, singer- songwriter and composer who moved to Argentina in 2010. There, he met his future compatriots — Pau Barjau (banjo), Franco Martino (guitar) and Martin Bobrik (mandolin) — who make up Che Apalache. In 2017, the band received grants from the North Carolina Humanities Council and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities to tour the United States, and were awarded first place in the Neo-Traditional Band Competition at the Appalachian String Band Music Festival in Clifftop, West Virginia. Their second album will be produced by 16-time Grammy Award winning banjoist Béla Fleck.

The Kingdom Choir

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $40, $35, $25

Sun, Apr 19th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

London’s The Kingdom Choir is best known for their show-stopping performance at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The group’s performance of Stand By Me, seen by a global audience of over two billion, instantly catapulted the choir to worldwide fame. Founded in 1994 by award-winning conductor Karen Gibson, the choir draws from various Christian traditions and is dedicated to creating a sound that reflects the community they share through their warm energy and enthusiastic performances. The choir released their first full-length album in November 2018.

Rieth Series

Coming soon!

A Festival of Carols

A Festival of Carols 2018

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $16

Multiple Dates — Sauder Concert Hall

One of the most highly-anticipated concerts in Goshen College’s performing series, A Festival of Carols is the college’s annual Christmas music extravaganza. Concerts will feature performances by the Goshen College Choirs, Goshen College Symphony Orchestra, music students, and music professors, interspersed with audience singing and readings, and all set in a lavishly decorated Sauder Concert Hall.

Tickets are reserved seating and available for purchase beginning October 29. Patrons are strongly encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance. The Sunday afternoon performance will be live-streamed beginning at 4:00 p.m.

A Festival of Carols 2019

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $16, reserved seating

Multiple Dates — Sauder Concert Hall

One of the most highly-anticipated concerts in Goshen College’s performing series, A Festival of Carols is the college’s annual Christmas music extravaganza. Concerts will feature performances by the Goshen College Choirs, Goshen College Symphony Orchestra, music students, and music professors, interspersed with audience singing and readings, and all set in a lavishly decorated Sauder Concert Hall.

Tickets are reserved seating and available for purchase beginning October 29. Patrons are strongly encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance. The Sunday afternoon performance will be live-streamed beginning at 4:00 p.m.

Music Dept/Music Center Concerts

Homecoming Music Gala

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8

Sat, Oct 06th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Part of Goshen College’s 2018 Homecoming activities, the Homecoming Music Gala is your first opportunity to hear the Goshen College ensembles. Performing will be the Goshen College Chamber Choir and Women’s World Music Choir, directed by Debra Detwiler; Men’s Chorus, directed by Joshua Boggs; and the Symphony Orchestra, conducted by José Rocha.

Visiting Artist: Kate Boyd, piano

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Wed, Oct 31st @ 7:30 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Described by Gramophone Magazine as a pianist with a “strong lyrical bent and feeling for nuance,” Kate Boyd has performed solo recitals at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Schubert’s birth house in Vienna, the National Concert Hall in Dublin, the Musikhalle Hamburg, in addition to many places throughout the US and Canada. Recent concerts and conferences have taken her to Germany, England, Canada, Malaysia, Florida,California, Idaho, Minnesota, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, New York, Michigan and Greece.

Boyd has received numerous awards and prizes, including 2016-17 Outstanding Professor of the Year, an Indiana Arts Commission Grant and a Creative Renewal Fellowship from the Arts Council of Indianapolis, an award funded by the Lilly Foundation for creative artists of all disciplines.  Other awards and prizes include a Fulbright scholarship and fellowships at the Tanglewood Center, Blossom Music Center, the Banff Centre for the Arts, and Prussia Cove (England).

Boyd received her Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory, under the tutelage of Russian pianist Sedmara Rutstein; her Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts from Stony Brook University, where she studied with renowned pianist and pedagogue Gilbert Kalish; and a Diploma from the Hannover (Germany) Academy of Music,where she studied with Israeli master teacher Arie Vardi. She also studied with Estonian pianist Arbo Valdma at the Cologne (Germany) Academy of Music, under the auspices of a Fulbright Grant. In addition to her major teachers, she received extensive coachings and attended residential masterclasses with Leon Fleisher, Peter Serkin, Gyorgy Sebok, John Perry, Reinbert DeLeeuw, and Ronald Copes, among others.

Kate Boyd currently serves as Professor of Piano and Piano Area Coordinator at Butler University, in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she was recently promoted to rank of Full Professor. In the summers she is on the faculty of the internationally-renowned Interlochen Arts Camp in northern Michigan. Formerly, she was on the faculty of Heidelberg University, in Tiffin, Ohio, and for ten summers taught at Kinhaven Music School, in Weston, Vermont.

GC Symphony Orchestra & Chamber Choir

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Fri, Nov 02nd @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Goshen College’s choral and instrumental ensembles will join together for an unforgettable concert in Sauder Concert Hall! Performing will be the Goshen College Chamber Choir, directed by Debra Detwiler, with the Goshen College Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of José Rocha.

Men’s Choir Festival Concert

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Tue, Nov 06th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

The Goshen College Men’s Chorus, directed by Joshua Boggs, will participate along with invited area men’s choral ensembles in a one day festival for men’s voices, culminating in an evening concert in Sauder Concert Hall.

GC Wind Symphony & Lavender Jazz Fall Concert

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Fri, Nov 16th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Two Goshen College wind ensembles will again share the stage as they each present half a concert in Sauder Concert Hall. Performing are the Goshen College Wind Symphony, conducted by José Rocha, and Goshen College’s big band, Lavender Jazz, conducted by Chris French.

La Caccina vocal ensemble with guests GC Women’s World Music Choir

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Sat, Jan 19th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

La Caccina is professional women’s vocal ensemble and non-profit arts organization based in Chicago, founded in 2011 by three friends who shared a passion for choral music. La Caccina finds its namesake in Francesca Caccini, a prolific Baroque composer known for her virtuosic musicality and beautiful singing voice. Following in Caccini’s footsteps, the women of La Caccina bring a wide range of expertise to the ensemble, enabling them to easily adapt to a wide range of musical styles – from Renaissance madrigals to South African folk songs, and from contemporary pop songs to classical masterworks such as Vivaldi’s Gloria in D and Britten’s Ceremony of Carols. Over the past seven seasons, La Caccina has collaborated with ensembles including Pavo String Quartet, the DuPage Symphony Orchestra, and bluegrass trio Glass Mountain, and has commissioned and premiered works by Katherine Pukinskis, Augusta Read Thomas, Matthew Harris, Ed Frazier Davis, and Eric Malmquist, among others. No matter the music, La Caccina’s expressive, emotional singing highlights the versatility of the treble voice and brings musical excellence, integrity, and honesty to every performance.

The performance will feature the Goshen College Women’s World Music Choir, directed by Debra Detwiler.

Goshen College Winter Choral Concert

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Sat, Feb 09th @ — Sauder Concert Hall

The Goshen College Choirs will present their annual Winter Choral Concert in Sauder Concert Hall. Performing are the Goshen College Chamber Choir and Women’s World Music Choir, directed by Debra Detwiler, and the Goshen College Men’s Chorus, directed by Joshua Boggs.

59th Annual Concerto-Aria Concert

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $12 adults, $8 seniors/students

Sat, Feb 16th @ — Sauder Concert Hall

Student winners of the 2018-19 Goshen College Concerto-Aria Competition will perform with the GC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by José Rocha.

Performing are:

  • Minhyuk Kim, piano – Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18 (mvt 1)
  • Gogo Liegise, piano – Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 3 (mvt. 3)
  • Abigail Greaser, violin – Mendelssohn, Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 (mvt  1)
  • Lisa Rosado Rivera, soprano – Rossini, “Una voce poco fa” from Il Barbieri di Siviglia
  • Lukas Thompson & Josh Liechty, duet – Donizetti, “Cheti, cheti immantinente” from Don Pasquale
  • Nathan Pauls, baritone – Kurt Weill, “Lonely House” from Street Scene
  • Rebecca Choi, soprano – Mozart, “Batti, batti O bel Masetto” from Don Giovanni

GC Chamber Choir Home Concert

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Sun, Mar 03rd @ — Sauder Concert Hall

GC faculty recital: Joshua Boggs, countertenor

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Fri, Mar 08th @ — Rieth Recital Hall

Joshua Boggs, countertenor and Goshen College visiting instructor of choral music, will present a vocal recital in Rieth Recital Hall with collaborative pianist Mariah Boucher.

Boggs’ & Boucher’s program will feature songs by Purcell, Pergolesi, Handel, Blow, Finzi, Craig Hella Johnson, and more.

GC Choirs: EARTHTONES — Songs from Many Cultures

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $12 adults, $8 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Sat, Apr 06th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

The Goshen College Choirs will present their annual EARTHTONES concert of world choral music in Sauder Concert Hall. Performing are the GC Chamber Choir and Men’s Chorus, directed by Joshua Boggs, and Voices of the Earth, directed by Debra Detwiler.

The program will feature songs from a wide variety of cultures and sung in multiple foreign languages.

Dúo Belcorde

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public.

Tue, Apr 16th @ 7:30 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

The Duo Belcorde consists of Spain natives Manuel Briega, violin, and Adrián Fernández, spanish guitar. Violin and guitar form a duo of great interest, thanks to the versatility of these two instruments — the tune, melody and harmony form a perfect symbiosis that between them. Dúo Belcorde has made numerous national and international tours such as Japan, Brazil, Morocco, Turkey, Australia, New Zeland, United States of America, China, Portugal, Brazil, Luxembourg, etc organized by important public and private institutions as well as governments around the world.

Their program consists of a concert with a selection of Spanish works and masterpieces composed between 17th and 20th centuries. It includes a selection of pieces from the music of Cervantes’s time to modern music by Spanish composers.

GC Symphony Orchestra & Wind Ensemble

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Wed, Apr 17th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

The Goshen College Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble, directed by José Rocha, will present their spring semester concert in Sauder Concert Hall.

The concert will be highlighted by a performance of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto in D Major, featuring GC professor and violinist Solomia Soroka. The GCSO will also present a movement from Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 2 “Little Russian.” The Wind Ensemble will present works by Prokofiev, Markowski, and Yozviak.

 

Homecoming Music Gala

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students

Sat, Oct 05th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

The annual Homecoming Music Gala offers the first opportunity to hear the Goshen College music ensembles in the 2019-20 school year! Performing will be the Goshen College Choirs, directed by Scott Hochstetler and Marcia Yost, and the Goshen College Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Brian Mast.

TrebleFest Festival Choral Concert

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC faculty/staff/students free with ID.

Tue, Oct 22nd @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Goshen College’s Voice of the Earth choir will be joined by invited treble choral ensembles for a day of workshops and rehearsals, culminating in an evening concert in Sauder Concert Hall. Voices of the Earth is directed by Marcia Yost.

GC Chamber Choir with St. Joseph Valley Camerata

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students. GC students free with valid ID.

Fri, Oct 25th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

The Goshen College Chamber Choir will join with local professional chorus St. Joseph Valley Camerata for a joint concert in Sauder Concert Hall. Both ensembles are directed by Scott Hochstetler.

Lavender Jazz Fall Concert

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students, available online at http://www.goshen.edu/tickets or by calling (574) 535-7566. GC faculty/staff/students free with valid ID.

Fri, Nov 22nd @ 7:30 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Lavender Jazz, Goshen College’s big band, will present their fall concert in Rieth Recital Hall. Student-led jazz small combos will also perform. Lavender Jazz is directed by Greg Smucker.

GC Senior Recitals

GC Senior Recital: Benjamin Reimer, baritone

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Fri, Nov 30th @ 7:30 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Goshen College senior vocalist and music major Benjamin Reimer will present his Senior Voice Recital in Rieth Recital Hall. The recital is free and the public is warmly invited. A reception will follow in the Music Center lobby.

Senior Recital: Tyrus Tucker, percussion

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Sun, Mar 10th @ 2:00 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Goshen College senior music major and percussionist Tyrus Tucker will present his senior percussion recital in Rieth Recital Hall.

The recital will feature works for timpani, marimba, vibraphone, and multi-percussion setups, with guest performers José Rocha, cello & Janell Preheim, violin.

A reception will follow in the Music Center lobby.

Lavender Jazz Spring Concert

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Sat, Mar 30th @ 7:30 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Lavender Jazz, Goshen College’s big band jazz ensemble, will present a free solo concert in Rieth Recital Hall on Saturday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m.

The concert will feature big band charts and works for small jazz combo. Lavender Jazz is directed by Christopher French.

Senior Recital: Roxy Gehring, viola

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Sat, Mar 30th @ 4:00 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Goshen College senior music major and violist Roxy Gehring will present her Senior Viola Recital in Rieth Recital Hall. She is accompanied by Krysta Hawkley, piano.

A reception will follow in the Music Center lobby.

GC Senior Recital: Anne Buckwalter, piano

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Sun, Apr 07th @ 7:30 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Goshen College senior music major Anne Buckwalter will present her Senior Piano Recital in Rieth Recital Hall. Admission is free and the public is warmly invited. A reception will follow in the Music Center lobby.

GC Senior Recital: Lukas Thompson, baritone

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Sun, Apr 07th @ 4:00 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Goshen College senior music major Lukas Thompson will present his Senior Voice Recital in Rieth Recital Hall. He is accompanied by Luke Norell. Admission is free and the public is warmly invited. A reception will follow in the Music Center lobby.

GC Senior Voice Recital: Josh Liechty, Naomi Peters, Jonah Yoder

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Sat, Apr 13th @ 1:00 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Three Goshen College senior music minors and vocalists — Joshua Liechty, Jonah Yoder, and Naomi Peters — will present a joint voice recital in Rieth Recital Hall. Admission is free and the public is warmly invited. A reception will follow in the Music Center lobby.

GC Senior Recital: Lien Nguyen, piano

Where: Rieth Recital Hall

Price: Free and open to the public

Sun, Apr 14th @ 4:00 pm — Rieth Recital Hall

Goshen College music major and senior Lien Nguyen will present her Senior Piano Recital in Rieth Recital Hall. Admission is free and the public is warmly invited. A reception will follow in the Music Center lobby.

CSA Concerts & Recitals

Youth Honors Orchestras Fall Concert

Where: Sauder Concert Hall

Price: $8 adults, $6 seniors/students, available online at http://www.goshen.edu/tickets or by calling (574) 535-7566. GC faculty/staff/students free with valid ID.

Wed, Nov 20th @ 7:30 pm — Sauder Concert Hall

Three youth orchestras comprised of outstanding Elkhart County instrumentalists will perform as part of the Youth Honors Orchestras Fall Concert in Sauder Concert Hall. Performing will be the Youth Honors Concert Orchestra (grades 6-8) and the Youth Honors Symphony Orchestra (grades 9-12).