A Community Calendar of MMF and other Moravian music happenings.
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Moravian Music on the Mountain
CANCELLED for 2021
Since this is a hardship for Laurel Ridge, please consider a donation through the Giving Portal of Moravian Ministries Foundation in America (MMFA)
Bethlehem Conference on Moravian History & Music
Moravian Music Sunday:
In light of concerns about gathering in groups, please feel free to choose any Sunday in 2021
to celebrate Moravian music! Provided resources are suitable
for any season of the year.
ANY SUNDAY IN 2021
Content and Resources to be posted, soon.
Moravian Music Sunday encourages all Moravian congregations to celebrate music composed/arranged by, and texts written by Moravians. More Info and Resources
Past Events & Links:
PLEASE EXPLORE AND WATCH MMF’s LECTURE and CONCERT VIDEOS and these OTHER MORAVIAN RESOURCES AVAILABLE:
Moravian Archives & Moravian Music Foundation present free lectures for the public, held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, 12:15 p.m. https://moravianmusic.org/news-and-events/lunchtime-lectures/ 336-722-1742 or 336-725-0651
Featured Event (rescheduled):
POSTPONED & RESCHEDULED
Oct 8 – 10, 2020
Bethlehem Conference on Moravian History and Music
has been rescheduled for April 22 – 24, 2021. For more information, please see www.moravianconferences.org
The Conference will take place on North Campus of Moravian College; with additional venues: Moravian Theological Seminary, College Hill Moravian Church, and the Moravian Archives. Central Moravian Church, 73 W Church St., Bethlehem, PA. www.moravianchurcharchives.org
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about FESTIVAL *
July 18-24, 2021
26th Moravian Music Festival, in Bethlehem, PA.
The most virtual festival ever!
Special online programs, concerts, workshops, etc.
Listen to concerts, lectures, master classes, demonstrations, etc.
rehearsals, concerts, preludes,
workshops, roundtables, collaborations, lessons, master classes,
Zoom socials, interest groups, games,
… and much more!
Youth are welcome and encouraged to participate!
Worship, fellowship, workshops, learning new music and new skills! See www.MoravianMusicFestival.org for frequent updates.
Dr. John V. Sinclair, Festival Chorus and Orchestra,
Allen Frank, Festival Concert Band,
Rebecca Kleintop Lepore, Festival Organist,
Donald Kemmerer, Festival Trombone Choir,
Joni Roos, Festival Chamber Ensembles,
Jan Harke, Festival Handbell Choir,
Rev. Melissa Johnson, Festival Chaplain,
Myra Jones, Children’s Program Coordinator,
Hank Naisby, Festival Chair