Programs are open to the public and free of charge.
Free-will donations graciously accepted.
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The fourth summer of Bach’s music in Allentown continues in July, with the second of three BACH AT NOON performances by The Bach Choir of Bethlehem at St. John’s Lutheran Church in downtown Allentown. In collaboration with the Arts at St. John’s series, the Bach at Noon program is presented on the second Tuesday of the month in June, July and August, always free and open to the public.
Doors open at 11:30 am and concerts begin at 12:10 pm. Each performance will feature soloists, along with members of The Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra, with an informative and lively introduction to each piece from conductor and artistic director, Greg Funfgeld. Good will offerings gratefully received!
Come and enjoy this gift of spiritual and musical refreshment from the Bach Choir of Bethlehem!
We are pleased to sponsor award-winning singer/songwriter Bobby Jo Valentine‘s performance at Allentown’s Pride in the Park festival. After his 1:00 performance, you can meet Bobby Jo at the festival meet and greet at 2:15 or at St. John’s booth after 3:00.
The Arts at St. John’s has planned a season of Great Music in a Great Space with a variety of programs for audiences with different interests.
Watch for the announcement of our upcoming 2018-2019 concert season!
The mission of the Arts at St. John’s, now in its 28th year, is to view the arts as an expression of God’s creation and to enrich the spiritual and artistic experiences of the Lehigh Valley community.
The arts have always been a vehicle for humankind to explore the deep questions of life and its meaning. One of the traditional roles of the church throughout history has been to nurture the arts.
St. John’s has a rich heritage of quality music. It possesses an outstanding organ of 4 manuals and 87 ranks. The church is located in Allentown’s cultural district. It is therefore appropriate that St. John’s be a center to present the gifts of the arts community and develop programs and dialogues for mutual benefit and growth.