Celebrate Christmas at Covenant

Come experience the joy of Christmas at Covenant College’s annual Christmas celebration, featuring a concert and dessert reception, on Thursday, December 10, 2015, or Friday, December 11, 2015. Free tickets are available for the concerts in the chapel and tickets may be purchased for the Madrigal Dessert Reception which follows each evening concert and carries on Covenant’s long madrigal tradition.

 

Celebrate Christmas at Covenant is the result of collaboration throughout the entire music department and represents the work of students and faculty alike. Professor David Tahere serves as the lead vocal and language coach, and professors Scott Finch ’96, Lok Kim, Joel Land, David Long, Christa Tahere and Cindy Solfest-Wallis will direct the performance.

 

The concert will center on the theme: “Thy Kingdom Come,” which calls attention to the surprising way that God’s providence unfolds in the midst of brokenness. This grace provides hope and rest for His people in all times and all places. You will hear the message of the Gospel resounding within our chapel walls declaring the blessings of being a child of the King of kings and Lord of lords.

 

The concert will feature a wide range of musical talent including the Covenant Singers, Chamber Singers, Flute Choir, Brass Ensemble, Covenant Chorale, and Chamber Orchestra, with Evangeline Wykoff ’03 as our featured alumna organist.

 

Free tickets for the Christmas concert are required. Friday’s concert is now full. Free tickets for Thursday’s concert will be available at the door while supplies last.

 

Doors for the concerts will open at 6:30 p.m and the concerts begin at 7:00 p.m.
Priority seating for Madrigal Dessert Reception ticket holders will begin at 6:15 p.m.

 

If you are unable to attend the concert, you can watch a live stream at covenant.edu/stream. 

 

Madrigal Dessert Reception Tickets

 

Online ticket reservation is now closed. 

 

While supplies last, tickets for Thursday's reception will be available for purchase in the chapel lobby prior to the concert and in Carter Hall lobby following the concert. Tickets for Friday's reception are sold out. 

 

General Admission: $15
Covenant Faculty & Staff “Early Bird Special,” if purchased by Dec 1: Online for $7.50 (limit two per person)
Covenant Students: Online for $7.50 (limit one per student)

Covenant music alumni are addressing needs of the human soul through music and the local church.

Professor Tahere shares the exciting news about Covenant's new performing arts series.
Dr. Finch discusses his desire to bless Covenant's surrounding communities through music.