Laudamus Choir at Concordia Seminary

Laudamus

Laudamus

Laudamus is a select choir of seminarians preparing for full-time service as pastors in The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS). Under the direction of Dr. James Marriott, the Seminary’s director of musical arts, the choir delights in proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ through music.

Each year, the choir schedules tours to LCMS schools, universities and churches throughout the country, singing an eclectic program representing the church’s song from many different genres. During the 2018-19 academic year, Laudamus will go on two tours, one in the fall and another in the spring.

A member of the Seminary’s admissions team will be available at each performance to talk with prospective students and anyone interested in church work opportunities and answer questions about the Seminary.


Laudamus Spring 2019 Tour Itinerary

Date Location Details
Friday, Mar. 15 Cornerstone Lutheran Church
Fishers, IN
7 p.m. Concert
Saturday, Mar. 16 Lutheran Life Villages
Fort Wayne, IN
10:30 a.m. Mini-concert
Saturday, Mar. 16 Trinity Lutheran Church
Utica, MI
5:30 p.m. Service
Sunday, Mar. 17 Immanuel Lutheran Church
Macomb, MI
8 a.m. Service
Sunday, Mar. 17 St. John Lutheran Church
Rochester, MI
11 a.m. Service
Sunday, Mar. 17 Historic Trinity Lutheran Church
Detroit, MI
3 p.m. Concert
Monday, Mar. 18 Peace Lutheran Church
Saginaw, MI
7 p.m. Concert
Wednesday, Mar. 20 Concordia Theological Seminary
Fort Wayne, IN
10 a.m. Chapel

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