Christmas shopping ideas for the musician in your life!


Let Every Heart Awake and Sing - 2015 Concordia Christmas Concert The 2015 Christmas Concert, Let Every Heart Awake and Sing, is performed by the 425 student musicians in the The Concordia Orchestra, The Concordia Choir, Concordia Chapel Choir, Bel Canto, Cantabile and Männerchor. René Clausen, Michael Culloton, Foster Beyers and Julie Hagen conduct.

Reflections is a NEW recording by The Concordia Band featuring a new piece by upcoming composer Paul Cravens and other pieces by David Maslanka and J. S. Bach.

2016 Christmas Concert mug! Available at the concerts and from the Cobber Bookstore! Buy this beautiful limited-edition Paul Johnson mug today.

The Worlds Above is a recording by The Concordia Choir featuring various sacred choral texts. Of special interest is the Civil War Set performed during the 2013 national tour.

Cafe Chorale mug This original Concordia design makes the perfect gift for the singer in your life! Humorous descriptions of the voice parts mimic coffee blends. Read the product description...

Buy the water thermos

Buy the water thermos


Featured recordings:

Discover this eclectic recording of The Concordia Choir - Beauty in the World; Folk Songs, Spirituals and Hymns III

Reflections - The Concordia Band has released their third recording which takes listeners on a symphonic journey.

Rene Clausen's Requiem Requiem is a 65-minute work with nine sections of the traditional Latin text of Catholic Missa pro defunctis, or Mass for the Dead. It is scored for traditional concert orchestra, mixed chorus, soprano, tenor and baritone soli.

in the New Moon Read the Review "Artistic Quality: 10; Sound Quality: 10" by Classics Today. Penderecki, Sandstrom, Reger, Distler, Gorecki, Martin, Tavener and more...

Featured faculty recordings see all

Transfigured Shadows
Dr. Jay Hershberger, Concordia piano faculty and recognized authority on the music of Franz Liszt, has released his debut solo recording.

Nat Dickey, Collaborations
This recording celebrates trombone collaborations with my friends and colleagues in a variety of styles and textures.