On May 1, 1956, the Moravian Music Foundation was chartered in North Carolina as a nonprofit corporation.

Moravian Music Sunday

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Moravian Music in History

Copying Ledger Bethlehem

The Moravian Music Foundation (MMF) preserves, celebrates, and cultivates the musical life of the Moravians. Click here to explore the significance of Moravian music and MMF’s mission and work. Click here for Moravian Music 101.

(above, copying ledger, Philharmonic Society of Bethlehem; 1811, preparing for first American performance of Haydn’s CREATION)

Calendar of Events
Calendar of Events

MORAVIAN MUSIC SUNDAY

a day to celebrate our rich musical heritage, and recognize the 24 Moravian Music Festivals since 1950, and the one to come, in July!  Liturgy, bulletins, music suggestions at moravianmusic.org/resources


Moravian Fest logo LO-RES

Moravian Fest logo LO-RES small Chorus, Band, Orchestra, Handbells and other instrumental, chamber music, new music, new collaborations, worship and fellowship!

The Third
Moravian
Unity Brass Festival
July 19—22, 2018

Wait Chapel, Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA

The Foundation supports two performing/recording level choral ensembles:

 Moramus Chorale
Winston-Salem, NC

Unitas Chorale
Lehigh Valley, PA


MORAVIAN CHORAL ANTHEMS

MMF edits and publishes octavos of the latest Moravian choral editions (music from the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries) in the Moravian Star Anthem Series

Click to Shop , or use the menu, above, for recordings or instrumental and other music.

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Crowdfunding for Cataloging!
Please donate to help us finish the cataloging project, described below!

Check out the VIDEO at gofundme.com/moravianmusic

Cataloging Project

GemeinKat Search

Searchable Catalog

Moravian music collections, held by MMF, are being digitally cataloged. These records are being added to the WorldCat bibliographic catalog, which is a worldwide searchable database. The MMF online catalog (within WorldCat) is called GemeinKat.


Lunchtime Lectures

Lectures
May 11 – Rev. Dr. Nola R. Knouse, Have We Heard It All, Yet?

The second Thursday of the month, at 12:15pm.  Full Schedule
Free. Archie K Davis Center, 457 S. Church St., Winston-Salem, NC  DIRECTIONS

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