Fine Arts at First Concerts since 1993

Fine Arts at First Concerts since 1993


Shippensburg University Madrigal Singers

Brass & Organ Recital:  D. Roeder, trumpet; D. Schroeder, horn; S. Strawley, trumpet; Teresa Bowers, organ

The Messiah (Easter portion)  G.F.Handel,  First’s Chancel Choir & Chamber Orchestra

Good Friday Liturgy:  Passion According to St. John   Heinrich Schutz, First’s Chancel Choir & Chamber Orchestra

Eaken Piano Trio

Berks Classical Children’s Chorus

Die Posaunen Trombone Quartet

Susquehanna University Choir

Harrisburg Youth Symphony

Bloomsburg University Choir

Jubilate! Choral Ensemble

St. Paul’s Brass Quintet

Karl E. Moyer, organ

Dickinson College Orchestra, Choir, & Collegium

Carlisle Town Band

Joseph Golden, Organ

Carlisle England Cathedral Choir

Jack Sutte, 2nd trumpet, Cleveland Orchestra

The American Boychoir

Hymn Festival with Wayne Wold

The Bach Choir & The Bach Players of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, NYC

Bel Voce

Lynn Helding/Jennifer Blyth Duo, voice and piano

Keystone Brass Quartet

Ella Forsyth, clarinet with Eaken String Quartet & Gloria Whitney, piano

Harrisburg American Guild of Organists Hymn Festival

Resounding Praise featuring Philip Smith, principal trumpet, NY Philharmonic

Gladly Playe Wyth Stryngs Celtic Ensemble

Harriette Line Thompson, concert pianist

Carlisle England Cathedral Youth Choir

Mendelssohn Piano Trio

USAF Chamber Winds

Jason Vieaux, classical guitar & Gary Schocker, flute

Young People’s Concert

Mainstreet Brass

Messiah College Jazz Ensemble & Singers

Atma Trio

Elisabeth von Trapp

Adam Brakel, organ

Credo Quartet


From The Well Celtic Ensemble

Trelumina Trio

Hershey Handbell Ensemble

Four Winds Saxophone Quartet

Don Roeder, trumpet & Don Golden, organ

Keystone State Boychoir

Central Pennsylvania Symphony with guests, Cantate Carlisle

Cormorant’s Fancy

Melange String Quartet

Hymn Festival with David Erickson

Maryland State Boychoir

Dearest Home

Sunderman Woodwind Quintet

Simple Gifts

Music, Gettysburg! On Tour

250th Anniversity Celebration of First Lutheran Church – First’s Chancel Choir & Chamber Orchestra

Aaron Sunstein, organ