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All Saints

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 7:00pm
Sunday, November 2, 2014 - 4:00pm

It's a celebration of the harvest, marking the fading of the year while honoring the passing of the saints. This year, we're eager to present "The Souls of the Righteous," an eclectic range that takes you from old spirituals to David Cherwien's original award-winning composition (aptly titled) "The Souls of the Righteous." Join us.

Watch a short new video about the National Lutheran Choir's All Saints experience.

Exalt - NEW!

RELEASE DATE: 10/10/14

Drawing on works for choir and organ out of Great Britain, Exalt combines this with two NLC commissions premiered over the past several years. Great Britain has an impressive, long-standing tradition of choir and organ music for the daily Evensong liturgies all across England, such as those offered at King’s College, Cambridge, and Westminster Cathedral, London. Some of the “Top 10” from this genre are included in this new recording, such as Stanford’s Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in A; Britten’s Te Deum; and Matthias’ Let the People Praise Thee, composed for the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana. Aaron David Miller, the organist featured on this new recording, is brilliant at the organ, bringing out a full range of effects, melting into one voice with the choir.

2014-15 Concert Season

Looking for season tickets? You can purchase them at our All Saints concerts on Nov 1 & 2. See you there!

Northern Voice Festival

NLC Produces Northern Voice Festival

The National Lutheran Choir has announced it will produce a month-long, state-wide festival of singing ensembles in a wide variety of styles from April 10-May 10, 2015. With significant support from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the event will include two special Festival Days: Saturday, April 11 (on and around the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus) and Saturday, April 25 (downtown Saint Paul). 

Devotion: Into the presence of God

On September 23, 2014, long-time bass section member, Tim Sheie, shared this devotion prior to rehearsal. 

(addressing the Choir in American Sign Language):

A few of you know that I was teaching deaf students for ten years before my job changed and technology increased and things changed. ASL gives you the amazing ability to use phenomenally expressive language without any sound ... rich meaning without sound.

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