Calendar of Events

Events are displayed by date on the calendar below and are color-coded by category:

  • ALCM-sponsored events (in red)
  • Hearts*Hands*Voices events (in green)
  • ALCM member-sponsored events (in blue)
  • Other events (in yellow)

ALCM members who wish to add a local event to the calendar should log in and follow the link on the main members area page. Non-members who would like to have an event added to the calendar should send event details to office@alcm.org for consideration. Use the “Category” button (left) to refine your search and the display button (right – defaults to “Month” view) to change the view. See also the page for ALCM-sponsored 2019 events.

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Worcester, MA
Worcester, MA @ Trinity Lutheran Church
Sep 7 all-day
Register online Register by mail Exploring New and Renewed Assembly Song for LutheransMark Mummert, facilitatingSchedule9:00   Registration9:30   Session One: Hymn texts written after 200610:45 Break11:00 Session Two: Hymn tunes composed after 200612:15 Lunch1:15   Session Three: Hymn[...]
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Wickre Organ Concert 5:00 pm
Wickre Organ Concert @ Saint Luke Lutheran Church
Sep 22 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Wickre Organ Concert @ Saint Luke Lutheran Church
Chelsea Chen, represented by Karen MacFarlane Artists, will be playing a mixture of classical repertoire, her own work ‘A Taiwanese Suite’, and transcriptions of beloved works such as the Peer Gynt Suite of Edvard Grieg[...]
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Akron, OH – Workshop with David Hurd
Akron, OH – Workshop with David Hurd @ Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Sep 28 all-day
Workshop: Stories behind the Music (10:00 am) Musical compositions, in the end, speak for themselves. Yet the circumstances which cause them to be composed, and many other influences, inform the shape they take. David Hurd[...]
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Akron, OH 4:00 pm
Akron, OH @ Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Sep 29 @ 4:00 pm
Organist David Hurd presents works by J. S. Bach, Alexandre Guilmant and his own original compositions. A reception follows.
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