There is something for everyone. Concordia College and our Continuing Studies team seek to develop a sense of partnership with our community. We seek out ways to foster community relationships that benefit everyone. Enjoy events, activities, courses and other opportunities to share with family and friends. You will meet new people, be inspired by cultural experiences and engage in meaningful, purposeful learning.
7:30 pm | Tuesday, March 10Christiansen Recital HallConcordia Campus
The award-winning Lafayette String Quartet, one of Canada’s leading ensembles, has received critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic. In 1986, when they founded the quartet, Ann Elliott-Goldschmid, Sharon Stanis, Joanna Hood and Pamela Highbaugh Aloni had already been winning prizes. Audiences applaud the group’s musical vitality, technical mastery and insightful interpretation of the classical to contemporary works.
7:30 pm | Saturday, March 28Christiansen Recital HallConcordia Campus
Sumunar Gamelan and Dance Ensemble was established in 2002 to promote understanding of an appreciation for Indonesian music, dance, and culture through education and performance. As part of the Indonesian Performing Arts Association of Minnesota (IPAAM), a nonprofit dedicated to teaching, performing and sharing the arts and culture of Indonesia, the performing ensembles are known as Sumunar which means a glowing, brilliant light – one that is radiant and beautiful, and one that illuminates and warms the soul.
7:30 pm | Thursday, March 12Knutson Campus CenterConcordia Campus
The 15th National Book Awards at Concordia, March 12-13, 2020, will feature Sarah M. Broom, nonfiction winner for “The Yellow House,” and David Treuer, a nonfiction finalist for “The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee.” The Reading and Conversation with the Authors event, which is free and open to the public, will take place at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12, in the Centrum, Knutson Campus Center.
Through these events, you'll have the chance to engage in discussion on worldly topics, enjoy amazing dance and music performances, and become a part of the Concordia community.Cultural events are supported in part by the late Stanley and Dorothy Kresge, and grants from Lake Region Arts Council, the Minnesota State Arts Board, the North Dakota Council on the Arts, and Arts Partnership.The Cultural Events Office also helps promote additional Arts and Humanities events on campus including art exhibits, lectures, the Concordia Christmas Concert, National Book Awards and more.
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Luncheon 11:30 am - 1 pmPrice: $25.00Barry Auditorium | Grant CenterOffutt School of BusinessConcordia College
Hosted by the Concordia College Offutt School of Business, this monthly luncheon series convenes conversations at the nexus of faith and work. Join us to network with local and national leaders from business, public, nonprofit and education sectors as they share how they involve faith values in their practice.
Each year, the alumni office offers opportunities for alumni and the Concordia family to take part in travel experiences led by our in-house experts.
Outlander Trip to Scotland | May 15 - 24, 2021Explore Fort William, Inverness and many locations in Edinburgh on this 10 day tour of beautiful Scotland!
Alumni Relations has partnered with Concordia College to create a virtual book club for Concordia College alumni, faculty and staff. Topics will include lifelong learning, personal growth, novels and other books that participants are interested in. The book club will connect through a private forum where all participants can discuss the current book and network with each other. Joining is completely free, you just have to get a copy of the book to enjoy! The book club will read one book every two months so that you'll have plenty of time to finish each book.January - March 2020 Selection | Ask Again, YesA novel by Mary Beth Keane
The gallery showcases works by Concordia students and faculty, and features local and regional artists, and begins in the skyway that connects the Olin Art and Communications Center with the second floor of the Frances Frazier Comstock Theatre building.
Each Concordia Theatre season presents a full and varied experience for students and audience alike. There are four mainstage productions – including a musical – drawing from genres such as classical and contemporary dramas, new works, issue-orientated plays and comedies. Additionally, our Lab Theatre is home to senior thesis projects and course showcases.
The music department hosts numerous events during the year that bring community members to campus. All are welcome to attend these performances free of charge.
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