While our lectures are packed with information,
they are concise and move at a quick pace.
We keep it light and fun, presented with lots of visual aids,
listening, singing, and humor!
Lunchtime Lecture Series
Virtual Online Video Lectures
Each month, a new, informative
lecture or documentary.
Lectures on music and history are a fun way
to spend your lunch hour!
at the Archie K. Davis Center in Winston-Salem, NC
ONLINE – MMF YOUTUBE CHANNEL
A Partnership of the Moravian Archives
and Moravian Music Foundation
- September 2020
BECOMING AMERICAN: Moravians and Their Neighbors 1772-1822
- October 8, 2020 at 12:30pm
MMF YouTube Channel
The Americanization of Moravian Music; an Examination of the Salem Manuscript Books
Christian Reuter: Moravian GIS Mapper for Forsyth County
Dr. Rod Meyer, former Director, Historic Bethabara Park
Beethoven’s Music in the Archives; Sextet Arrangement of the Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral”
- January 2021
- February 13
- March 12
Update on Records of the Moravians Among the Cherokee
Salem’s Cemeteries and Graveyards
CONTACT INFO for MORAVIAN ARCHIVES, 457 S. Church St., W-S NC 336-722-1742
HANDICAPPED ACCESS, elevator access, and anyone who needs to save some steps or shorten their walk: Once you have parked in the Salem College/A K Davis Ctr/God’s Acre parking lot (see Directions), follow the brick ramp and approach the building on the lowest level (double gate) and press the CALL button. The intercom is active, and someone will come down the elevator to let you in the building, there at the double doors.
Lectures are held at 12:15 p.m., on the second Thursday of the month in the Spaugh Lecture/Recital Hall of the Archie K. Davis Center, 457 S. Church St. (behind Cedarhyrst at the gates of God’s Acre). Parking is easiest in the Salem College Fine Arts Center/Home Church/God’s Acre parking lot.
FREE and open to the public.
You are welcome to bring your lunch!
If the local schools are delayed, cancelled, or released early because of weather, please check the MMF website, the MMF Facebook page, or call 725-0651 before coming to the lecture!