Even though the COVID-19 pandemic places limits on live in-person events, the show(s) must go on for the students and faculty of LBC | Capital’s Music, Worship & Performing Arts Department. They will be working this semester to present the following programs for the college family and community to enjoy from the comfort of their homes.
- ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’—This delightful Broadway musical was originally slated for performances this past spring. Now, students are back on the boards to bring the Peanuts gang to life in a videoed performance that will stream the weekend of Oct. 9.
- ‘It’s Time to Play the Music’—Set your clocks to spend time with LBC | Capital’s orchestra as it marks time playing Haydn’s Symphony No. 101, “The Clock.” The orchestra will then split into groups of strings, woodwinds and brass to feature timeless classics. Don’t miss this event streaming the weekend of Oct. 30.
- ‘Gospel Mass’ and More—Hear the LBC | Capital Chorale, Chamber Singers and Women’s Chorus in a 2020-inspired concert titled, “Unprecedented: A Concert of Firsts.” The performance streaming the weekend of Nov. 6 will feature a wide variety of first-of-their-kind works, including Robert Ray’s “Gospel Mass” and a world premiere by an LBC alumnus!
- Christmas Concert—Featuring the college choirs, instrumental ensembles, student actors and worship bands, “Light of the World” is certain to lift spirits this Advent season. An annual Lancaster County tradition, this year’s LBC | Capital Christmas celebration will stream the weekend of Dec. 13.