For over 250 years, members of the faith congregation known as Emmanuel have faithfully served the Hanover community.

Our concert series serves as an outreach to Hanover and surrounding communities to introduce them to the beauty of Emmanuel United Church of Christ and to offer them the unique gifts of music presented here. 

All concerts are free and open to the public--made possible by generous donors.  Free-will offerings are graciously received. A dessert reception follows each concert to give attendees the opportunity to meet and greet the performing artists.





    Sunday, September 23, 3 pm
Tom Colgan in Concert
Pianist Tom Colgan is joined by virtuoso guitarist Mark Ryan and bassist Dominic Iacavone in presenting selections from "The Great American Songbook" -- including songs by: Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, Hoagy Carmichael, and Richard Rodgers.
*Concert Sponsor: Sandy Rebert


Sunday, October 21, 3 pm
Walt Michael & Company
A virtuoso of tremendous influence in the revival of the hammered dulcimer, Walt's wide repertoire ranges from old-time Southern Appalachian to Celtic. As a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist he is a recording artist as well as the founder, artistic and executive director of Common Ground on the Hill, and the Artist in Residence at McDaniel College.


Sunday, November 18, 3 pm
Going for Baroque II

Rodrigo Tarraza, internationally renowned flautist
Don Horneff, harpsichord
Nick Currie, Canadian-born violinist
Tim Anderson, cellist
*Concert Sponsor: Ann M. Wilkinson



Sunday, December 16, 7 pm
108th Annual Carol Sing
A Hanover Tradition:
Christmas carols sung and their stories (re)told
by Steve McKonly and Landy Grimm
Accompanied by a community orchestra
Directed by Jamie H. Brown

Saturday, February 23, 7 pm
Michael Britt, organ with classic film 
Michale is a performer of theatre organ music and is demand throughout the country as a silent film accompanist. He was invited to perform at Baltimore's Senator Theatre where he accompanied five silent films for the National Film Registry Tour which was sponsored in part by the Library of Congress.

*Concert Sponsor: Judith K. Morris


Sunday, March 17, 3 pm
Lancaster Brass Quintet

The Lancaster Brass Quintet made its debut in 1982 and has been active in the musical community of Central Pennsylvania since that time. These professional musicians epitomize the art of music making and perform a wide variety of literature including jazz, show tunes, sacred music, marches, and original works for brass.






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