The Concert Series at Lakeside is an outreach ministry of music. We feature various styles of music throughout the year. While we’re confident that the program has something to offer you, we are always open to ideas. For more information about the series please contact Stephanie Nash at (859) 341-1963 x106 or email email@example.com
November 13, 2016 (3 pm) • “The Gift of Life”
Join the Northern Kentucky Community Chorus in a regional premiere of John Rutter’s new work, “The Gift of Life: Six Canticles of Creation”. We will be joined on this concert by the Lakeside Ringers handbell ensemble.
April 9, 2017 (3 pm) • “De Profundis”
As Holy Week begins, we will perform two masterworks: J. S. Bach’s Cantata #131 Aus der Tiefe, rufe ich, Herr, zu dir, a German setting of Psalm 130 “Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord” and Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem in d minor, which explores the vast range of a traditional requiem mass text ending with the eternal rest granted “In Paradisum”.
Tickets will be available online, through chorus members and in the church office:
$15/adults, $10/seniors & students, under 12/free
December 11, 2016 (5 pm) • “A Candlelit Christmas”
The darkness of winter, filled with meaningful songs of the season, amidst the lustrous, warm glow of candlelight. What better way to experience timeless music reflecting the profound sentiments of this wondrous time of year? VAE Assistant Conductor Stephanie Nash leads the VAE singers in what promises to be an unforgettable holiday experience, blending ancient and new, and familiar favorites with fresh twists.
For tickets, please call 513-381-3300 or order online at www.vaecinci.org.
January 6, 2017 (7:30 pm) • Westminster Concert Choir
We are proud to host the prestigious Westminster Choir as they tour to Florida. Setting the standard for choral excellence for 94 years, the Westminster Choir is composed of students at Westminster Choir College, a division of Rider University’s Westminster College of the Arts. It has been the chorus-in-residence for the prestigious Spoleto Festival USA since 1977, performing both in concert and as the opera chorus. There will be a freewill offering taken to defer their tour expenses.
A donation will be taken at the door and we will be housing these students overnight.
January 21, 2017 (10 & 11:30 am) • A World of Music
Explore the world through music! The flute, cello, and harp will guide us on this noteworthy journey!
April 1, 2017 (10 & 11:30 am) • Madcap Music-Making: Little Red Riding Hood
The violin, French horn, and piano join our warm and fuzzy friends from Madcap Puppets help tell the story of Little Red Riding Hood through the music of Brahms!