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The sounds of Lakeland College's music department will be on display during Lakeland's annual Homecoming Concert on Sunday, April 6.
The concert is set for 3 p.m. in the Bradley Fine Arts Building. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for non-Lakeland students.
The program will feature both sacred and secular music. It opens with "Personent Hodie," a processional the college traditionally uses for its Christmas concert.
Other music includes sacred music in a number of different languages from the 16th century to the present, freshman flutist Sara Neuman playing a movement from the Hindemith flute sonata, the men of the choir singing "Unchained Melody" and two songs from the musical "Pippen," which the college staged this spring. The performance ends with the Lakeland Alma Mater.
This concert is the culmination of the annual Lakeland Choir Concert Tour, which annually takes Lakeland students to various churches around the Midwest before arriving back home for this performance.
This year, Lakeland musicians performed at Plymouth United Church of Christ and First Congregational UCC in Eau Claire, First UCC in Green Bay, Union-Congregational UCC in Waupun and St. John's UCC in New Holstein.
The Homecoming Concert will feature the Lakeland College Frauenchor, the Concert Choir, the Lakeland Singers and the Lakeland Schilcutt Handbell Ensemble. Janet Herrick-Stuczynski serves as conductor and the groups are accompanied by Arthur Johnson.