The York County Gospel Choir was formed in2008… with a little inspiration and guidance from the Holy Spirit. The choir is made up of the body of Christ through different denominations, liturgical traditions and cultures, all coming together to worship and praise the Lord, while also ministering God to others. This free event is open to all.
Frequent collaborators, violinist Picard-Boecker and pianist Kim are accomplished musicians with long lists of highly praised performances. Originally from Quebec, Picard-Boecker has earned prestigious awards in the U.S. and Canada. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Kim also holds a number of national and international honors for her virtuosity as a pianist. This free concert is open to all.
Performing 100 concerts each year along the East Coast for 20 years, Ken Lelen sings legendary love songs and plays vintage acoustic guitars with an authentic back-in-the-day sound. His concerts combine clever lyrics, memorable melodies and charming anecdotes. His programs follow musical, historic or romantic themes, always with effusive vocals and smooth guitar work. This free concert is open to all.
Thomas Pandolfi is an exciting virtuoso who, with each passing season, is becoming more and more sought after by audiences worldwide. A graduate of The Juilliard School, Pandolfi regularly earns reviews that are peppered with superlatives for his passionate artistry and amazing technique in both the classical and the Pops repertoires. This free event is open to all.
The Life & Times of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee – Robert E. Lee once said “… two of the most sublime, if not the most sublime, words in the English language are duty and honor.” This simple quote is what Frank & Bonnie Orlando, Civil War living historians, utilizes as the basis when presenting to leadership groups, school groups, veterans and community organizations. This free event is open to all.
It’s almost like a big stage production with the King and his backup band, right here in Central PA. Brad channels Elvis with the genuine sound, look, and feel of the man himself, and you also can get a little of ‘Brad’ in the performance by the Lancaster Trombone Quartet & Drums ensemble next month! This free concert is open to all.
The Lancaster Trombone Quartet was formed in 1992. The group has performed in various concert settings including church services, weddings, banquets, retirement communities, promotional events and community celebrations. The quartet has an eclectic repertoire of music, including classical, patriotic, marches, big band, ragtime, Dixieland and Broadway show tunes. This free concert is open to all.
This auditioned community handbell ensemble was formed in 2004 to fulfill the need for an auditioned community ensemble comprised of persons able to play advanced literature, interested in advancing the art of handbell ringing through education and performance, and interested in uniting people through this heavenly musical art. This free concert is open to all.