Music Gettysburg! Plans 2013 Florida February Tour

hill-matsinko-w.jpgTrio in Concert in Four Places Feb 23-27
A touring trio ensemble of Music, Gettysburg! will be in Florida during February, 2013. Dr. Gerald Christianson, Wayne Hill, and Michael Matsinko will present "Gather us in: Songs and Hymns for Our Generation," at three locations and, "On the Way to Easter: A Journey through the Church Year with the Hymns of Herman Stuempfle" at Peace Lutheran Church, Fort Myers. Both programs involve the audience in singing as well as listening, and Dr. Christianson supplies engaging hymn history and interpretation. 

Extraordinary Baritone Wayne Hill, known widely in Central PA brings his expressive voice to the hymns and sacred texts of the concert. Michael Matsinko, professor emeritus of music at Gettysburg College, is a pianist of excellent reputation. A free will offering will be received to support the Music, Gettysburg! program. Music, Gettysburg! is the free public concert program that calls Gettysburg Seminary Chapel its primary performance space and home.

If you are in Florida, consider yourself invited to one of these concerts, and if you have friends in Florida, please tell them about this traveling musical feast. 

Music, Gettysburg! 2013 Florida Concert Schedule

  • Saturday, Feb. 23, 1 PM: at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 439 E Norvell Bryant Hwy, Hernando, FL; (352) 746-7161
Posted: 2/4/2013 4:45:08 PM by John Spangler | with 0 comments

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