Mark Your Calendar for the Remaining Arts & Culture Events for this Season!

by LBC Marketing

January 30, 2024

Posted: January 30, 2024

Mark Your Calendar for the Remaining Arts & Culture Events for this Season!

by LBC Marketing

Lancaster Bible College and The Trust Performing Arts Center is announcing an exciting lineup of arts and culture events for the 2023-24 season to help celebrate the college’s 90th anniversary.

Tickets for the remaining events in the 2024 season can be reserved at or; ticket packages ( are also available. The Trust Performing Arts Center is located at 37 N. Market St., Lancaster, and Good Shepherd Chapel at Lancaster Bible College is at 901 Eden Road. Tickets are also required for free performances, which are noted.

Samantha Hankey | Soprano

7:30 p.m. March 12

The Trust | Great Hall

Praised for her “distinctive … vividly dramatic” performances by Opera News, Samantha Hankey has established herself as one of the leading young mezzo sopranos of her generation. She will perform a variety of repertoire including Strauss, Bizet and Debussy. In partnership with The Lancaster Art Song Society.

Tanya Gabrielian | Pianist

7:30 p.m. March 16

The Trust | Great Hall

Hailed by the London Times as a “pianist of powerful physical and imaginative muscle,” Tanya Gabrielian has captivated audiences worldwide with her gripping performances. Concert repertoire will include Rachmaninoff, Bartok and Siloti transcriptions. In partnership with Lancaster International Piano Festival.

Daddy Long Legs: An LBC Student-Produced Two-Actor Musical

daddy long legs show script with fountain pen

7 p.m. March 21 & 22; 2 & 7 p.m. March 23

Set in turn-of-the-century New England, Daddy Long Legs tells the story of Jerusha Abbott, the ‘oldest orphan in the John Grier Home,’ until one day a mysterious benefactor decides to send her to college to be educated as a writer. LBC students serve as producers, directors, music directors, costumers, prop masters, lighting designers, sound technicians and more. All tickets will be $5.


7:30 p.m. April 5

The Trust | Great Hall

Praised for its powerful singing and distinctive sound, the award-winning British vocal ensemble Apollo5 proves how dynamic just five voices can be. With such small force, the musicians are able to showcase each individual voice while still achieving their critically acclaimed blend.

90 Years of Musical Excellence: A Weekend Celebration

7 p.m. April 12: Contemporary Concert in the Chapel
3 p.m. April 13: LBC Chorale & Ensembles at The Trust
7 p.m. April 13: Concert Band & Ensembles in the Chapel
4 p.m. April 14: Alumni Choir & Orchestra in the Chapel

Join Lancaster Bible College for a special weekend of concerts in commemoration of 90 years of musical excellence, as we honor the different seasons of music at LBC. Free

LBC Dance Company Spring Performance

6 p.m. April 21

Good Shepherd Chapel

This spring dance performance highlights a year of hard work and creativity by our students. Free


Elaris Duo with Xun Pan

7:30 p.m. May 4

The Trust | Great Hall

Praised by Fanfare Magazine as being “exceptional artists and interpreters,” the Elaris Duo joins Steinway Artist Xun Pan to perform Mendelssohn’s “Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor” and Brahms’ “Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major.” In partnership with Lancaster International Piano Festival.

Hymn Sing

4 p.m. May 19

Good Shepherd Chapel

An LBC tradition of worship, the 2024 Hymn Sing will bring the community together to join voices in great hymns of the faith. Free


Additionally, the Square Halo Gallery at The Trust Performing Arts Center features new exhibits every other month as well as special events. Open 6-9 p.m. First Fridays and by appointment. Visit

Throughout the season, the Row House Forums will feature a lecture series centered on “Engaging Current Culture with Ancient Faith.” Visit

During the 2023-24 academic year, Lancaster Bible College marks 90 years of “educating Christian students to think and live and biblical worldview and to proclaim Christ by serving Him in the Church and society.” We celebrate our history, our heritage and God’s good work through alumni, faculty, staff and friends of LBC over many years. We rely on God’s wisdom and guidance as we equip students to make a lasting impact on our world: in Lancaster, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., online and through partnerships in Uganda, Brazil and beyond. Read stories, view videos, stay up to date on events, and learn more about the past, present and future of LBC at

The Trust Performing Arts Center is an architecturally stunning venue for music, theatre, dance, lectures and community events in the heart of Lancaster’s downtown arts district. In 1912, the Lancaster Trust Company completed construction on its new headquarters—a Beaux-Arts masterpiece from the imagination of Lancaster’s leading architect, C. Emlen Urban. A century later, Mr. Urban’s architectural treasure has been re-imagined by Lancaster Bible College as The Trust Performing Arts Center. The Trust has a mission to honor God by encouraging excellence in the work of student and professional artists and by enriching the community through inspiring, challenging and redemptive experiences.

Don’t miss out on these great events!


Don’t miss out on these great events!