Concert Series

Concert Series

Our concert series is finished for this season.  Please check back here for our 17-18 Concert Series Schedule.

The purpose of the Concert Series at First Presbyterian Church of Lake Wales is to present fine music from many different styles, genres, and time periods; including choral, vocal and instrumental music to the glory of God. Concerts are open to the public and there is no charge to attend, however an offering is received at each program to assist with expenses of the series. All concerts will be in the Main Sanctuary except the Christmas Pageant. We hope you will join us for our upcoming concerts.

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john_morgan_roeJohn Morgan Roe, violin; Chad Sell, cello
Sunday November 13, 2016
4:00 p.m.

The first concert of our 2016/2017 Concert Series features Young Artists John Morgan Roe, violin; and Chad Sell, cello. They are both students at Southeastern University majoring in Music. Mr. Roe has served as Concertmaster of the Southeastern University Orchestra and was a finalist in the 2015 Imperial Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition. Chad Sell is primarily a cellist, but also performs on saxophone and has won awards for his compositions. They will perform works by Bach, Beethoven, and Fauré. An offering will be received.

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ChristmasChristmas Pageant and Lessons & Carols
Sunday December 11, 2016
4:00 p.m.

The second concert will be our Christmas Pageant and Lessons and Carols. This concert will feature all of the musical ensembles of FPC as well as the Christmas Story told from Scripture and re-enacted by our youth and adults. We will sing favorite Christmas Carols, hymns and enjoy candlelight during the singing of “Silent Night.”

An offering will be received.

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Joshua and Hannah Mazur
Sunday February 12, 2017
4:00 p.m.

The third concert will feature soloists Joshua and Hannah Mazur, baritone and soprano. They will perform favorite art songs by Barber and Vaughan Williams and selections from operas by Mozart and Broadway selections.

An offering will be received.

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