Moravian Music Foundation
- December 12, 2019
- December 15, 2019
- January 9, 2020
- February 7, 2020
- February 8, 2020
- February 13, 2020
- February 18, 2020
- March 8, 2020
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News & Events
A Moravian Music Weekend an opportunity to make music together, to worship, to learn, and to enjoy fellowship in a casual mountain setting with cozy accommodations and delicious meals included. March 13-15, 2020 Higgins Lodge Laurel Ridge Camp, Conference & Retreat CenterLaurel Springs, NC Presented by Laurel Ridge and the Moravian Music Foundation Music Leaders Choral Leader – John […]...
Songwriters Weekend We will gather together to brainstorm, talk, share ideas, get feedback, reflect, and write; work alone and/or be with others trying to find just the right word, craft a beautiful melody, or devise rich harmonies. Feb. 7 – 9, 2020www.laurelridge.org Laurel RidgeCamp, Conference & Retreat CenterLaurel Springs, NC whether you write words, music, […]...
Morning Star, O cheering sight! Ere thou cam’st, how dark Earth’s night! music by Francis Florentine Hagen The story of John and Mary Jane Dewees and their love of, and deep connection to, Moravian music. The Deweeses decided to include the Moravian Music Foundation, along with other Moravian and non-Moravian agencies, in their estate plan. […]...
Notes from Nola Blog LinkOur Director, Nola Knouse, is a prolific writer of all topics = Moravian Music! Musings about Moravian music; interesting things in our collection; research projects; composer lives and works. I hope these words, over time, make you want to join us – Come on in! The water’s fine! – Nola GemeinKat: Keeping […]...
Sing, O Ye Heavens Moravian Music- & Instrument-Making This Exhibit will be open through the end of the year! May 29, 2018 – Dec 31, 2019 Free Admission When Moravians settled in Pennsylvania during the 1740s they brought with thema rich tradition of sacred music that was an essential part of Moravian life.Besides composing music […]...
Concerts, Services, Lectures
Music for Advent & Christmas at the historic Whitefield House Celebrate Advent and Christmas with a festive concert featuring Gwyneth Michel on the historic 1776 Tannenberg organ. Joining Michel are Ellen Saylor (soprano), Deborah Leyshon-Brandt (alto), Benjamin Wallace (tenor), and Robert Beck (bass). Enjoy a carol sing-along to put you in the Christmas spirit! SUNDAY, […]...
Even though our lecture series is packed with information, we keep it light and fun, presented with lots of visual aids, listening, humor, and sometimes even treats! Lunchtime Lectures are not for snoozin’! Lunchtime Lecture Series 2019-2020 Lectures are held at 12:15 p.m., on the second Thursday of the month in the Spaugh Lecture/Recital Hall […]...
Musicians and Worship Leaders,
Hymns, Anthems, and Other Music
Notes from Nola
A wealth of knowledge and experience goes into these informative and imaginative blog posts, from our Director, the Rev. Dr. Nola Reed Knouse.
Musings about Moravian music; interesting things in our collection; research projects; composer's lives and works. I hope these words, over time, make you want to join us – Come on in; the water’s fine!