The Luther College Cathedral Choir will perform in concert April 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Luther College Center for Faith and Life, Main Hall.
No tickets are needed. The concert is free and open to the public.

This concert is the culmination of the choir’s annual Spring Midwest Tour. This year’s tour took the choir to several cities in Minnesota including Rosemount, Sartell, Minneapolis, Roseville and Shoreview.

Cathedral Choir, directed by Jennaya Robison, performs a varied program of sacred music. Composed of nearly 90 select singers drawn mostly from the college's sophomore class, its membership reflects a wide range of academic disciplines.

The concert program will include choral masterpieces by J.S. Bach, Hassler and Ralph Vaughan Williams. At the heart of the program is Estonian composer’s Eriks Ešenvalds’ “Stars” for choir, water-tuned glasses and Tibetan singing bowls. Favorite works by Olaf Christiansen, F. Melius Christiansen, Moses Hogan, Z. Randall Stroope and others are included in an eclectic program suitable for listeners of all ages.

The Cathedral Choir is active in campus worship, performs in the annual Christmas at Luther celebration, and sings at several special events and concerts throughout the academic year.