Annual Music Night
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society holds its popular Annual Music Night on Saturday, February 8, at 7 pm at Neffsville Mennonite Church. The fundraising event features SHALOM, Kyle Lehman, and the EMS Band. The evening includes an interlude of congregational singing.
Tickets for Annual Music Night are $30, with complimentary admission for children under 12. Purchase tickets online at bit.ly/LMHSMusicNight.
Unable to make the event? It will be recorded and available online via a private link early next week. Cost is $10. Register at bit.ly/AMN2020.
A sought-after a cappella quartet, SHALOM performs regularly in a range of venues. The group specializes in tight harmony and four-part singing and is made up of trained ensemble vocalists.
Kyle Lehman, a formally trained baritone vocalist, has been the featured soloist for numerous ensembles including Laudate Mennonite Ensemble, Heart and Voice Men’s Choir, and Faith Builders Chorale. Accompanied by pianist Drew Barnard, he will perform classical and sacred
The EMS Band is an accomplished group of formally trained instrumentalists and vocalists who formed as a result of their connections with Ephrata Mennonite School. They perform a wide array of musical genres including classical, Latin American, modern folk, and bluegrass.