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Susquehanna Chorale "1000 Beautiful Things" at Market Square Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
Presented By Messiah University
Saturday, May 18th at 7:30pm EST
Online sale ends: 05/17/24 at 3:00pm EST
Market Square Presbyterian Church
20 South Second Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
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Susquehanna Chorale "1000 Beautiful Things"


Craig Hella Johnson’s setting of the Annie Lennox piece, 1000 Beautiful Things, was the inspiration for our 2024 spring concerts. Breathtaking music ranging in style from the Renaissance to new works from contemporary composers to classic love songs reminds us “to see the glass as full and not half empty.”


You’ll hear sacred favorites like Handel’s Sing Unto God and the Tallis If Ye Love Me, recent works from Ola Gjeilo and Dan Forrest, and powerful spirituals including Walk Together Children by Anthony Leach and a bring-down-the-house men’s version of It is Well with my Soul. The plaintive sound of the oboe and cello will be interwoven throughout the concert and featured in the moving David’s Lament and the well-known Gabriel’s Oboe.


The Susquehanna Chorale enriches lives through the gift of voices raised in song—of breath transformed intoart—creating beautiful moments that lift us out of the ordinary and fill us with hope and optimism.  Don’t miss this opportunity to experience 1000 Beautiful Things.


The concerts will be preceded by a 15 minute instrumental recital.

As a courtesy to our performers and other patrons, we suggest that children under age 6 not attend our performances. Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

Event starts at 7:30pm
Doors open at 6:45pm

Adult: $30.00
Any College Student w/ID: $10.00
Youth - 6-18 Years Old: $10.00

Market Square Presbyterian Church<br> 20 South Second Street<br> Harrisburg, 17101


717-691-6036, Opt #1


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