Annual Music Night
Saturday, January 26, 2019, 7 PM
The popular Annual Music Night, organized by the Historical Society each year, is slated for Saturday, January 26, 2019, 7 pm, at Neffsville Mennonite Church. This year’s Music Night continues the tradition of involving a variety of excellent Mennonite groups and individuals.
Tickets cost $25, children under 12 receive complimentry tickets.
Aspire Chamber Choir, composed of Anabaptist singers from the Lancaster and Lebanon area, seeks to glorify God through the art of choral singing. They perform classic and contemporary choral works. Having received a rich musical heritage, they desire to share the beauty of God’s creation of music. They are organized by the well-known Kravets family, and directed by Lee Weaver.
Sopa Sol, the combined group of Daryl Snider, a singer-songwriter, guitarist, and saxophonist, and Frances Crowhill Miller. Their music is organic and soulful, with attention given to worldwide influences. Both view their music as more than entertainment and draw on their experiences in other countries and cultures to explore transformative music.
Joshua Good and Rosemary Eberly Lebold will perform a collection of classical, theatrical, and Gospel selections. Good studied vocal performance at Liberty University and has performed semi-professionally in both opera and musical theater. He has performed as a soloist for choirs including the Mennonite Choral Singers, the Altar of Praise Chorale, and the Lancaster Meistersingers. Lebold, soprano, graduated from West Chester University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music in Vocal Performance (2013) and holds a Diploma in Education from Faith Builders Educational Programs (2006).
Tickets for the Annual Music Night can be purchased by calling (717) 393-9745 or at the door as supply lasts. Tickets are $22; $15 for each member of a household of three or more.
Merle Good will lead lively congregational singing.
Tickets for Annual Music Night can be purchased online by going to www.lmhs.org. They can also be ordered by calling (717) 393-9745. Tickets are $25, free for children under 12.
This event is a fundraiser for Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society to support the many services it offers through public programs, library and archives, publications, online services, and ministries of energizing the past as an insight into the present and future.