4 pm Sunday, March 17
This enchanting concert of musical rarities includes the engaging Flute Quintet in D Major by Italian composer Luigi Boccherini, the rarely heard String Trio by English composer E. J. Moeran, String Quartet by a 16-year-old W.A. Mozart, a soulful Interludium by Russian composer A. Glazunov, and the lively Irish Reel composed by Swiss violinist Alfred Pochon. Arts Alive is delighted to welcome back musicians Lyla Bowser, flute; Marcus Smolensky and Mabel Tang, violins; Christopher Para, viola; and Rachel Kaufman, cello.
Joseph Kingma, piano
4 pm Sunday, May 19
One of America’s most exciting emerging artists -- and a Hershey native -- Joseph Kingma was winner of the First Prize in the 2017 American Liszt Society International Piano Competition. “Mr. Kingma’s playing exemplified everything that a recital performance should be: thrilling virtuosity and eloquent lyricism. He was able to communicate all the passion and dramatic power of the music, but never at the expense of clarity and beauty of tone.”
Arts Alive! was created to provide a series of cultural programs which enlighten, inspire and entertain through music, educational speakers, theological forums and other cultural arts programs.
No tickets or reservations needed for most events. A free-will offering supports Arts Alive programming.
Programs subject to change: check this page or call the church office at 717-533-9667 prior to attending