Fine Arts Events

The students and faculty of the School of Fine Arts create opportunities to develop aesthetic expression, to participate in and observe world-class artistry, to learn and refine artistic technique, to encourage the creation of new resources, and to express the love of Christ with our communities and the world. Come listen, experience, and participate with us in some of the artistic endeavors Concordia will offer this season!

2018-2019 Season

Art Exhibition: RetroBreath (Nicholas Dertien)
Ongoing: September 21 - December 12 • Building B Gallery

Men Singing! A men’s chorus concert
October 14, 3pm • Chapel
Featuring the men of the University Choir and Concordia Singers with special guests, the Man Choir from Four Points Middle School and local barbershop chorus A Cappella Texas

President’s Concert: Bach and Pärt
October 24, 7pm • Chapel
Arvo Pärt: Berliner Messe
J.S. Bach: Christ lag in Todesbanden, BWV 4
Presented by the University Choir and the Concordia Singers

Halloween Sings!
October 26, 7pm • Black Box Theater
Presented by the University Choir
An informal evening of choral and solo music about Halloween, with dessert!

Concordia Symphonic Winds: Fall concert
November 11, 7pm • Chapel
The Concordia Symphonic Winds presents their debut concert under the baton of Prof. Michael Staub!

A Moment of Silence by Mohammad Yaghoubi
November 8-11 • Black Box Theater
Please see the Theatre page for ticket information.

Faculty Recital: Dr. James Burch, cello
November 15, 7pm • Black Box Theater

Jazz and Percussion Fall Concert
November 28, 7pm • Chapel
Our Jazz and Percussion ensembles present an evening of exciting music for their ensembles, under the direction of Dr. Eundo Park and Prof. Aaron Lack.

CCMA Fall Recital
December 2, 4pm • Chapel

Christmas with the Choirs! : Bach Magnificat and Lauridsen Lux aeterna
December 9, 3pm • Hope Presbyterian Church, Austin, TX
Presented by the University Choir and the Concordia Singers
A festive musical celebration with two major works: Bach’s brilliant and joyous Magnificat, and modern composer Morten Lauridsen’s beautiful Lux aeterna.

A Service of Lessons and Carols
December 12, 7pm • Chapel
Featuring artist-in-residence Joseph Martin, piano
In our much-beloved annual tradition, our University Choir and Symphonic Winds join internationally- renowned pianist Joseph Martin for a service of prophecy and fulfillment in Word and music.

Art Exhibition: Anthropomorphizing Addiction (Jessica Pas)
Ongoing: January 18-April 25 • Building B Gallery

Faculty Recital: Prof. Julie Linder, clarinet and Ann Kjerulf Knien, flute
January 18, 7pm • Chapel

Music Scholarship and Music Major Auditions
January 26 and February 23
Please see the Music page for more information.

An Evening for Valentines
Presented by the University Choir
February 8, 7pm • Black Box Theater
An informal evening of songs about love lost and found, featuring the University Choir and solo singing in a variety of styles.

Faculty Chamber Music Recital
Featuring Dr. Joshua Straub, Dr. Janet Grohovac, Prof. Shelley Schneider, and Prof. Abigail Pena
February 13, 7pm • Chapel

Concordia Symphonic Winds Home Concert
March 10, 7pm • Chapel

Tartuffe by Moliere, trans. Bolt
March 7-10 • Black Box Theater
Please see the Theatre page for ticket information.

Faculty Guitar Recital: Dr. Janet Grohovac and Dr. Chad Ibison, guitar
March 25, 3pm • Chapel

Jazz and Percussion Fall Concert
April 3, 7pm • Chapel

Concordia Symphonic Winds: Spring Concert
April 7, 3pm • Chapel

Brahms: Ein deutsche Requiem and Schicksalslied
Featuring the University Choir and Concordia Singers
April 14, 3pm