• 5 things you might not know about Boar’s Head

    For many people, the Concordia University Ann Arbor Boar’s Head Festival marks the beginning of the Christmas season. In fact, there are many loyal fans who have hardly missed a performance since the beloved tradition began in 1978.

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  • November 26, 2018
    Advancement, Alumni, Fine Arts, Kreft Arts, Music, News

    An insider’s guide to A Manor Christmas at Concordia University Ann Arbor

    A Manor Christmas returns to Concordia this week (November 30 - December 2)! The committee is working hard to get everything in order and ready for guests to enjoy the Christkindlemarkt, the greenhouse, and the beautifully decorated Earhart Manor on the campus of Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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  • Concordia presents the 41st annual Boar’s Head Festival

    Concordia University Ann Arbor is pleased to, once again, usher in the Christmas season with the annual Boar’s Head Festival with daily performances in the Chapel of the Holy Trinity from November 30 – December 2.

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  • September 5, 2018
    Fine Arts, Kreft Arts, News

    Concordia’s 2018-19 Kreft Arts Program kicks off on Friday

    As fall semester classes get under way on Concordia University Ann Arbor's campus, a number of concerts, art exhibits and lectures for the community will grace the Kreft Center for the Arts.

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  • Ancient bowls from UMMAA part of CUAA dinnerware exhibit

    The term “disposable dinnerware” brings to mind plastic sporks that land in the trash after one use. But at Unapologetic Dinnerware: A Brief History of Disposable Dinnerware, a new exhibit at Concordia University curated by the International Museum of Dinnerware Design, it also means 5,000-year-old ceramic bowls.

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  • Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin preferred Ann Arbor pianos

    Concordia University Ann Arbor now owns both of the Yamaha C7s that Aretha Franklin frequently used.

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