Laudamus Choir at Concordia Seminary

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 throughout the country, one in the fall and another in the spring.


Laudamus Spring 2020 Tour Itinerary

Date Location Details
Saturday, March 14 First Lutheran Church
Boston, MA
7 p.m. Concert
Sunday, March 15 First Lutheran Church
Boston, MA
8 a.m. Service
Sunday, March 15 Cadet Chapel
West Point, NY
2:30 p.m. Concert
Monday, March 16 St. Patrick’s Cathedral
New York, NY
1:45 p.m. Concert
Tuesday, March 17 Lutheran Church of the Resurrection
Garden City, NY
7 p.m. Concert
Wednesday, March 18 Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church
The Bronx, NY
7:30 p.m. Service
Sunday, March 22 Hope Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Louis, MO
4 p.m. Concert

Media Kit

The media kit provides downloadable resources for advertising a Laudamus choir performance at your congregation or other local location. Kit materials include:

  • Poster PDF
  • Bulletin Blurbs PDF
  • Social Media Graphics
  • Group Photos
  • News Release Template
  • Email Template Text
  • Promotional Video

If you have questions or need more information, contact communications@csl.edu.

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