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Our program

Our aim is to develop general musicianship, performance, musical collaboration, and critical listening, along with an understanding of various contexts of music. Ensembles — comprised of orchestras, jazz, choirs, worship, commercial music, handbell, and chamber — are open to students studying to be music professionals, as well as students who are non-music majors but desire to perform for the joy of music.

Concordia Choir Performance

Concordia Choir - Cornerstone - music by Shawn Kirchner, featuring soloists Joshua Burns and Kaitlyn Bills

Cornerstone

Concordia Choir - Goodnight Moon - based on the children's book by Margaret Wise Brown, music by Eric Whitacre

Goodnight Moon

Concordia Choir - Laudate Dominum - based on Psalm 148:1-3, music by Levente Gyöngyösi

Laudate Dominum

Concordia Choir - Evening Prayer - bmusic by Ola Gjeilo, featuring saxophonist Avery Smith

Evening Prayer

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Learning facilities

Borland-Manske Center

Borland-Manske Center

Dedicated October 5, 2019, one wing houses a library, classrooms, and faculty offices for Christ College, Concordia's school of theology and church vocations, while the music wing features rehearsal halls, an orchestra room, and a professional recording studio.

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The Concordia University Center

The Concordia University Center

The CU Center is the performance home for Concordia's music ensembles. Its 500-seat semi-circular auditorium, sweeping vista, and spacious acoustics provide an exciting atmosphere for music concerts and worship. The center is home to a magnificent Casavant organ — one of the finest instruments in Orange County — as well as a grand piano by Steinway.


The Good Shepherd Chapel

The Good Shepherd Chapel

The Good Shepherd Chapel is used regularly for solo recitals and chamber music. It is an intimate hilltop venue with seating for 100 featuring city views and warm acoustics. It also houses a two-manual Schlicker pipe organ.

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If you're interested in learning more about Concordia's undergraduate degrees and academic programs in the Arts, please submit the following information, and an admissions counselor will contact you.
If you are interested in music scholarships, please fill out the Music Scholarship Interest Form

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