Organ Vespers 2021 Trailer
After last year's Virtual Concert, we are back live this year! And just in time, for we're celebrating 25 years of providing a free Christmas concert to the community of Lawrence, exploring the versatility of the pipe organ, raising funds for local charities and organizations, and celebrating the wonderful music of Christmastime. This year's concert will feature John Rutter's Gloria and Handel's Halleluiah Chorus with singers from two states. Also featured will be the premiere of a new piece written by Tandy for the occasion, entitled, The Whole World Is Better When We Sing. Making music together does make the whole world better! Don't miss it!
Because of the continuing pandemic, we are recommending that all attendees consider the safety of all involved and be fully vaccinated and mask up. Singers will not be masked but will be socially distanced from the audience. For those not able to come, the concert will be live-streamed. Watch here for more information soon!
Watch last year's Organ Vespers concert whenever you want, as often as you want! The hour-long video features favorite pieces and performers from the past 23 years, and includes behind-the-scenes interviews with fans and musicians, as well as rehearsal footage, and an adorable segment of kids reacting to a past performance!
- Sun, Nov 26First United Methodist Church - LawrenceFirst United Methodist Church 946 Vermont, Lawrence, KS Benefitting Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center and Family Promise of Lawrence
- Sat, Apr 11Trinity Episcopal ChurchOrganists: Steve Burk, Ronald Krebs, Tandy Reussner, and Sharon Hegginger Trinity Episcopal Church, Lawrence, Kansas
- Fri, May 30First Christian ChurchCharlie Chaplin's "The Count" Assisted by Lee Reussner, Max Mayse, and John Conard First Christian Church, Lawrence, Kansas