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All Saints: All Shall Be Well

Friday, November 4, 2016 - 7:30pm
Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 7:00pm
Sunday, November 6, 2016 - 4:00pm
Through music and word, this reflective program offers peace and comfort to all who have suffered loss of a loved one and hope to those who live fully in the promises of Gods grace. Candles, names read in remembrance, hymns and exquisite choral music all serve to shape the experience. Included in this years program are: "An den Wassern zu Babel" by Arvo Pärt; "Fest und Gedenksprüche" by Johannes Brahms; two pieces by Kim André Arnesen: "Even When He is Silent" and "There We Shall Rest,"  and others.

Join the Live Concert Stream

All Saints Concert to be Live Streamed
Visit on November 6, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. to join the stream

Join audiences locally and worldwide in the live stream of the National Lutheran Choir's annual All Saints concert.  The choral festival is a service of remembrance and hope as we honor the Saints in our lives with music and word.

2016-17 Season Pass

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The National Lutheran Choir's 2016-17 season begins with the ALL SAINTS program, a highly anticipated concert of remembrance and hope. Through some of the most beautiful music composed, the program offers peace for those experiencing loss and hope for the living. Works by Kevin Siegfried, Johannes Brahms, Arvo Part, Kim Andre Arnesen and others will affirm that "All Shall Be Well."

Christ is Born


The National Lutheran Choir is pleased to announce the release of their 10th Christmas album, Christ is Born! This new recording contains 18 tracks from their recent Christmas Festival concerts at the Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis. 

National Lutheran Choir Announces Reformation Commission

Major work commissioned from Norwegian composer, Kim André Arnesen
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, March 1, 2016 – The National Lutheran Choir (NLC) – - announces the commission of a major choral-instrumental work, “Holy Spirit Mass,” to receive its world premiere in October 2017. Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen has been commissioned to write this significant new work in commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
The new work, titled “Holy Spirit Mass,” will be scored for SATB chorus and 16 instruments and will have an anticipated duration of 35-45 minutes.
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