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  • Concordia Band and Orchestra Christmas Concert on December 7

    Join the Concordia Wind Ensemble and Orchestra in a free festive celebration of the season, including classical masterworks and beloved traditional fare.

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  • CUAA Orchestra takes second place in prestigious American Prize competition

    Congratulations to the Concordia University Ann Arbor Orchestra for their runner-up showing in the national American Prize in Orchestral Performance (college/university division—smaller program)!

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  • Concordia Vespers service slated for Sunday, November 5

    The beloved tradition continues on Sunday, November 5, at 5 p.m. in CUAA's Chapel of the Holy Trinity. Please join us for Concordia Vespers, showcasing great musical works alongside the beautiful Vespers liturgy.

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  • CUAA theatre presents “Shakespeare in Love,” October 26-29

    Join Concordia University Ann Arbor’s Department of Theatre as they put on Shakespeare in Love from Oct. 26-29. With music by Paddy Cunnen and based on the screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, the weekend of performances will begin Thursday, October 26 and continue through October 29 in the Kreft Black Box theatre. Attendees […]

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  • October 15, 2023
    Fine Arts, Kreft Arts, Music, News, Students

    The Fall Concert returns during Homecoming week

    Experience an enchanting evening of music inside the Chapel, featuring the harmonious tunes of the Concordia Choir, Concordia Wind Ensemble, Concordia Orchestra and Arborsong. Once again, this year’s performance will be open to everyone! This includes all students, faculty, staff, families and community. The program will include music by John Philip Sousa, Kevin Day, Carolyn […]

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  • October students of the month: Abigail Lupescu and Larissa Kilgore

    Congratulations to CUAA’s October Students of the Month, Undergraduate Abigail Lupescu and Graduate Larissa Kilgore! When making Students of the Month nominations, we consider students’ achievements in the classroom, their leadership, demonstration of ethics and Christian character and their involvement in extracurricular activities. Abigail Lupescu: Abby is pursuing a degree in music education. Over the […]

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  • 200 pianos for sale at CUAA Oct. 5-7

    If you’re in the market for a new piano—or even an upgrade of your current instrument—you don’t want to miss Concordia’s annual piano sale, which runs Oct. 5-7.

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  • Fall Fine Arts roundup—Auditions tonight & tomorrow for ‘Shakespeare in Love’

    As usual, Kreft Arts is offering a wonderful array of concerts, plays, workshops, excursions, and more this fall. Here are some of the highlights coming up in the new semester.

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  • Mlive: Historical Ann Arbor paintings are housed within the Earhart Manor and will be made available for public tours this fall

    One of the largest collections of Ann Arbor history will soon be available for public tours starting this fall.

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  • August 7, 2023
    Fine Arts, Music, News

    Quick questions with Concordians: Bill Perrine

    Get to know Director Instrumental Music Bill Perrine!

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