In recent years, mental health has emerged as an aspect of our lives that considerably more people are aware of. Because there is a growing conversation around the causes and effects of suicide, more people are taking action to raise awareness. This has motivated Hotdish Entertainment to help raise further
My favorite part of homecoming has always been the homecoming concert. This concert brings together the three flagship ensembles of our music program and it reminds many alumni of the band, orchestra, and choir programs what it was like to be performing in Memorial Auditorium. The concert on Saturday, Sept.
“Friends of Music Appreciation: Faculty Blockbuster” was performed on Sunday, Sept. 9 in the Christiansen Recital Hall. The concert was performed as thanks for the generous donations that the music department receives each year. It featured a wide array of Concordia’s music faculty, from vocal professors Anthony Leathem and Holly
Arias, cadenzas, and concertos drift down the passages of the Hvidsten Hall of Music during March and April, a cacophony of sounds overlapping and intertwining as students prepare for upcoming recitals. Students begin preparing as early as summer, and it all comes down to the wire once the school year
Walking by the Centrum on Tuesday, Jan. 30, one could hear a sound never heard before on Concordia’s campus: the sound of a student-performed opera, backed by orchestra. Performing the first act of Johann Strauss’ “Die Fledermaus,” Concordia students sang and acted alongside the Concordia Orchestra. Music professors David Hamilton
Over one-third of Cobbers are involved in a music ensemble on campus. That means that over one- third of Cobbers aren’t getting the experience they deserve at Concor-dia College. If you’ve ever seen the illustrious Memorial Auditorium, you probably know that it is nothing short of an acoustic masterpiece made
In light of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Dr. Rene Clausen and Dr. Roy Hammerling collaborated to honor the passionate stories of this section of the Bible. According to Clausen, Concordia wanted to celebrate the 500th anniversary and they commissioned him to compose a major work for the anniversary.