LCC presents The Power of the Voice, The Majesty of the Organ, a collaborative concert which features guest organist members of the local chapter of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) and the Lincoln Home School Choir under the direction of Dr. John Friesen. LCC will present two works for choir and organ, "Mass" by Louis Vierne and "missa Brevis" by George Manos. AGO guild members also will perform solo compositions on the Bedient pipe organ. Check the LCC website for more information.
Enjoy a powerful celebration of the season as Lincoln Civic Choir (LCC) is joined by the Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir, the Summit String Quartet, Waverly Intermediate School Choir and Richard Morris, organ. Featured will be "magnificat" by John Rutter, individual selections by the Waverly choir and the Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir as well as a carol sing with the audience and the combined ensembles. Check the LCC website for more information.
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Lincoln Civic Choir's annual fall concert features soloists and small ensembles in a concert of love songs near and dear. Included in this program will be favorites "Love is a Many Splendored Thing," "All the Things You Are," "Somebody Loves Me," It's Delovely," Standing on the Corner" as well as movements from Brahms "liebeslieder Waltzer" (Love Song Waltzes) and PDQ Bach's comic setting of "It was a Lover and His Lass." Check the LCC website for more information.
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To schedule an audition time for LIncoln Civic Choir or to obtain further information, please call Dr. William Wyman at 402-465-2288.
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International Quilt Study Center
Friday, September 3rd 5:00 - 7 PM
Location: 1523 N 33
International Quilt Study Center & Museum presents: “Childhood Treasures: Doll Quilts from the Ghormley Collection.”. "South Asian Seams: Quilts from India, Pakistan, & Bangladesh" and “The Quilted Conscience: Dreams and Memories” will also be on display.
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