Lincoln Choral Artists

A nonprofit organization

52 donors

Throughout its three-decade history, Lincoln Choral Artists has grown in artistic quality and service to the community, evolving into a respected performing arts organization dedicated to serving the community with music and outreach.
LCA regularly joins the Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir and Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra in concerts at the Lied Center and other venues. Performances of this type have include Rachmaninoff's “Vespers,” Orff's “Carmina Burana,” and Mozart's “Grand Mass in C Minor.” Lincoln Choral Artists presented the area premiere of Ron Nelson's “Te Deum Laudamus” with the Military Band of the Heartland along with one of the first performances of Omaha composer Randall Stroope's “Hodie” with the Plymouth Brass. LCA has also appeared in Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City, along with the Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir, the choirs of the four Lincoln public high schools, and New York's Westside Orchestra. The choir has also performed with the Military Band of the Heartland in a concert featuring the music of Howard Hansen. In March 2006, the choir made its first guest appearance with the Omaha Symphony Orchestra. In May 2014, LCA presented Stephen Paulus' magnificent and powerful Holocaust oratorio, To Be Certain of the Dawn.

The 2014-2015 Season was LCA's first under new artistic director, Jason M. Horner, and LCA continues to work to further its mission of engaging and inspiring the community through music and outreach.


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Lincoln Choral Artists

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PO BOX 57122