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Christmas at Concordia

Our students’ safety is our first priority, always, and especially during this pandemic. During the week of Nov. 2, we were to record the ensemble performances for Christmas at Concordia, but with many student-musicians in quarantine, we are unable to do so.

To keep them and their fellow students, as well as our faculty and campus community as safe as possible, we made the difficult decision to cancel the recordings and, consequently, this year's concert.

Christmas at Concordia Concert Package

Update Nov. 2

As COVID-19 cases have increased in Seward County and on our campus over the last couple of weeks, we have experienced high numbers of students in quarantine because they were identified as a close contact of someone who tested positive for the virus. This includes many of our talented music student-musicians who were set to perform in the recording of the Christmas at Concordia concert this week to be released in December. 

Our students’ safety is our first priority, always, and especially during this pandemic. This week we were to record the ensemble performances for Christmas at Concordia, but with so many of the student-musicians in quarantine, we are unable to do so. To keep them and their fellow students, as well as our faculty and campus community as safe as possible, we made the difficult decision to cancel the recordings and, consequently, this year’s concert. 

For those who purchased a concert package, you will receive an email with options for how your purchase will be handled.    

While the effects of COVID-19 bring disappointing changes to our plans, Jesus the Christ of Christmas does not change and is with us to bring hope and peace. Jesus is at the right hand of God, who indeed is interceding for us. Romans 8:34.  


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