2018 Festival of Music:
November 30 & December 2

Heroes and Legends
On Friday, November 30, at 7:30, Redeemer presents Heroes and Legends, featuring music by Purcell, Handel, and Telemann, performed by Musica Redemptor Orchestra, our 23-piece original-instrument ensemble. Mark Dupere of Lawrence University will lead the orchestra in this authentic presentation of baroque works. Start off the holiday season with an evening of exceptional music! Tickets $30; seniors $25, students $10. Nursery provided. Click here for tickets.

Bach’s Christmas Oratorio
On Sunday, December 2, at 5 and 7 p.m., the Redeemer Choir, soloists, and Musica Redemptor Orchestra will present Bach’s Christmas Oratorio (first three cantatas) No tickets required; this concert is open to the public. Nursery provided. Donations accepted at the events will go to the RedeemerArtes fund for the expenses of the festival.

Check out the flyer (link below) for our full schedule of music from Conspirare, Austin Baroque Orchestra, La Follia, and more!
2018-2019 Redeemer Artes events

Historic Holbrook Organ
Built by Edwin L. Holbrook (1824-1904) of East Medway, Mass., in 1862, this instrument was first employed by the Universalist Church, Southbridge, Mass. It was later removed by organ aficionado Barbara Owen and rebuilt and enlarged by Charles Fisk and John Brombaugh of C. B. Fisk, Gloucester, Mass., in 1966. At that time it was placed in the rear gallery of Harvard Memorial Church to serve as a temporary instrument between the time of the removal of the Aeolian-Skinner organ and the installation of the new C. B. Fisk Opus 46, the very organ that will eventually serve in Redeemer’s future sanctuary. The Holbrook organ remained in the Harvard location for 45 years. In the summer of 2011 it was moved to Redeemer Presbyterian Church and set up for use in Covenant Hall.